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a printed and bound work

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an issue of printed material offered for sale or distribution

great extent, amount, or dimension

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the property of something that is great in magnitude

a publication that is one of a set of several similar publications

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a relative amount

the magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction)

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Variables such as foetal age, maternal age and obesity, parity and amniotic fluid volume measured by gray-scale and Doppler sonography were recorded for each mother (maternal obesity was divided into thin, normal, and obese which the criteria were based on the resolution of sonographic images affected by the patients' subcutaneous fat).
Seen from the establishment process of dynamic model, the model in this paper has made progress in two aspects compared with other study results [10-12, 14]: the first is that the dynamic change process of pressure is considered in the coring process, which is more suitable with the actual situation of saturation change; the second is that the pore volume change and fluid volume change are considered simultaneously, which is more suitable with phase change law of core in the coring process.
In our case report, the rapid and spontaneous normalization of amniotic fluid volume in the recipient twin without improvement in the oligohydramnios of the donor, may have represented an ominous sign of cardiovascular failure rather than a "return to normal".
It reaches to a maximum of 1 liter at 3637 weeks.4 Amitotic fluid volume is assessed by ultrasound.
Dehydration means lower fluid volume in blood, which contributes to the prothrombotic state and puts shear stress on vessels, Dr.
Diuretics may be prescribed to reduce fluid retention in the body, which may help regulate fluid volume and pressure in the inner ear.
They found that, on average, the low-sodium diet decreased blood pressure by 10/4 mm Hg, reduced fluid volume and significantly lowered the amount of protein excreted in the urine.
The body replaces the donor's blood fluid volume within 24 hours, according to the centre.
In this research study, we focused on better understanding the influence of one of these variables, type of activity, on residual limb fluid volume change.
The lower the amniotic fluid volume, the greater the incidence of perinatal morbidity and mortality.
Statistical comparisons between control and experiment groups were performed using student's t test for the endometrial area, diameter of horn, intrauterine fluid volume and uterine tension score.
When considering expectant management for post-term pregnancy, it is usual to assess amniotic fluid volume (AFV) by ultrasound scan as part of screening for fetal well-being.
The seismicity is clearly tracking the changes in fluid volume in the ground," he added.