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electrophysiologic

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  • adj. electrophysiological

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Examples

  • Rea, first of all, let's begin this electrophysiologic test.

    CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2001

  • Repeat electrophysiologic study is sometimes considered.

    CNN Transcript Jun 30, 2001

  • A previous study with EVP-6124 in chronic schizophrenia patients on stable long term antipsychotic medications demonstrated that it was well tolerated and produced significant effects on a variety of electrophysiologic measures of brain function assessing sensory processing and working memory formation.

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  • In resistant electrophysiologic studies, recently in adjustments with sublingual systems, procardia has had no simvastatin to express atrioventricular conduction, select beta node life time, or chorionic parent rate.

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  • "Toshiba's Infinix VF-i with the 12" x 12 "flat panel detector provides better perspective during electrophysiologic procedures than most traditional flat panel detectors," said Piedmont Heart Institute physician Harry A. Kopelman, M.D.,

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  • It is well-suited for cardiac rhythm device implantation and other electrophysiologic procedures.

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  • Preoperative WADA testing, in addition to electrophysiologic motor and language mapping, would aid in surgical decision making [10].

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  • Thirteen of these were better with electrophysiologic proof of recovery.

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  • Dual imaging and electrophysiologic studies provide visual proof that during nitrergic neurotransmission NO is produced in the nerve terminals.

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  • As amiodarone, dronedarone is a benzofuran derivative with similar electrophysiologic properties.

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