translucency


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Related to translucency: transparent, nuchal translucency
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Synonyms for translucency

the quality of allowing light to pass diffusely

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Findings suggesting a diagnosis of CdLS in the prenatal period are increased nuchal translucency in the first trimester, symmetrical intrauterine developmental restriction (SIDR), significant defects in the upper extremities, and a dysmorphic facial appearance.
Crown rump length and Nuchal translucency are measured during the scan and in combination with maternal biochemistry BHcG and PAPP-A, used for aneuploidy screening as per standard protocols.
According to Dr Ramanathan, “This new method of risk assessment has resulted in a shift to first trimester diagnostic testing by way of chorionic villus sampling (CVS) in the high risk group of women identified by screening with nuchal translucency and serum biochemistry, and also far less diagnostic testing, which itself carries a risk of miscarriage.
This new method of risk assessment has resulted in a shift to first trimester diagnostic testing by way of chorionic villus sampling (CVS) in the high-risk group of women identified by screening with nuchal translucency and serum biochemistry, and also far less diagnostic testing, which itself carries a risk of miscarriage.
John Shirley's work perhaps encapsulates the translucency reflected in the title of the show by sheer dint of the thinness and delicacy of his work.
Of the two pieces of jewellery shown here, the ring possesses the finer quality stone, with good colour and translucency.
Dental composite bonding can match the shade, translucency and texture of your own teeth.
Translucency affects the visual appearance of MPP and it was estimated by comparison against standard pineapple translucency charts designed by Haff et al.
These biochemical tests (free beta-human chorionic gonadotropin and pregnancy-associated plasma protein-A) were combined with first-trimester ultrasound measurements of nuchal translucency into a screening algorithm that took hold more than 5 years ago and has steadily gained acceptance.
The test is called the Combined Nuchal Translucency Screen for Down's Syndrome.
Among the advantage of the glasses, mention can be made of color diversity, translucency, energy and heat transfer, and change in reflection.
Two strong elements to consider when designing showrooms are color and translucency," said Rudic.
This illustrates the translucency, colours and surfaces that can be achieved.
In addition, the university wished to maintain the aesthetic appeal and translucency of the structure's previous air-supported roof, which was installed by Birdair in 1981 and outlasted its 20-year expected lifecycle by seven years.
The XUV fork ultrasonic label sensor uses thru-beam technology to detect labels of any material, size, color or translucency.