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Synonyms for zone

Synonyms for zone

Synonyms for zone

a locally circumscribed place characterized by some distinctive features

any of the regions of the surface of the Earth loosely divided according to latitude or longitude

an area or region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic

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separate or apportion into sections

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18,19) Suspicion of cancer on mp-MRI in the transitional zone is mostly limited to morphological features on T2WI, such as an 'erased charcoal' appearance, indistinct margins of the nodule, extension of low signal into peripheral zone, lenticular shape, and extension to fibromuscular stroma.
On T2-weighted (T2W) MR images, prostate carcinoma usually appears as an area of low signal intensity within a brighter normal peripheral zone (composed of ductal and acinar elements) (Figure 2).
A comparison of the morphological features of cancer arising in the transition zone and in the peripheral zone of the prostate.
It is a frequent lesion even considering that our study was restricted to the posterior lobe, which corresponds for the most part to the peripheral zone and the posterior half of the central zone, according to McNeal's classification.
In this cohort, each patient underwent 6 lateral peripheral zone (PZ) TRUS-guided prostate biopsies with the standard 18G needle and six adjacent lateral PZ biopsies with the experimental 16G needle.
This decrease is attributable to a lack of continuity in the peripheral zone and at lower depths.
One such higher grade area was discovered in the surface sampling of this peripheral zone and showed grades of 0.
After five years since the earthquake, the peripheral zones of Port-au-Prince have been developed through the management of community projects accompanied by the organization TECHO.
This is a shame, because these spaces are just as formally rich as the peripheral zones and invite colonisation.
2, the overall dimensions of workpiece and relative great elements dimensions in the peripheral zones have a neglecting influence on temperature distribution since the most part of the geometric model has the ambient pressure, i.
Participants, each time more numerous, denounced the defects of the Washington Consensus, the efforts of the World Trade Organization (WTO) to legislate neoliberalism, the pressures of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on peripheral zones to privatize everything and open frontiers to the free flow of capital, and the aggressive posture of the United States in Iraq and elsewhere.
Instead of the outdated and simplistic traditional view of the Central Plain (Yellow River Valley in north China) civilizing and assimilating the "barbarian" peripheral zones at and beyond the borders, we now observe that China from antiquity was already a diverse and pluralistic entity.
The model under discussion is a rectangular space consisting (in the simplest case) of three layers: the central zone and two peripheral zones symmetrical (or nonsymmetrical) in respect to the central axis.
The main goal of this study project is to provide novel, scienti1/4uc information on the foraging strategies, ecological requirements, and demographics of Martial Eagle breeding in the core and peripheral zones of protected areas.
If this hierarchy is not established the city ceases to exist, as can be seen in so many suburbs and peripheral zones of European cities which have turned away from their urban values.