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  • n. The presence of multiple modes or maxima in a statistical distribution


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  • This type of treatment, called multimodality care, brings the entire medical team to each patient in one location.


  • One advantage of this route is that the Federal Transit Administration favors projects that offer "multimodality," or connections between different types of transit like intercity buses and trains with municipal buses and streetcars.

    New Orleans Saints Central

  • All fellows are encouraged to attend the multidisciplinary and multimodality fetal conference held weekly, in conjunction with Fetal Surgery, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Genetics, Pediatric Neurology, Neuroradiology and Obstetrical Sonography.

    Pediatric Radiology Fellowship

  • “Digital curation” may soon require a vocabulary of images and multimodality.

    The Editor and the Curator (Or the Context Analyst and the Media Synesthete) | Tomorrow Museum

  • Despite some technical difficulties in the classroom, Uma gave us a very well thought 0ut presentation, but I believe that I am only going to take multimodality so far in my own classes.

    2009 KSU Writing Program’s Pre-Semester Workshop

  • Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas is a Brazilian multimodality sportive association from Rio de Janeiro.

    Botafogo 2007/08 Brazilian League

  • They showed us ways to build a schema of the internet for children, with writing activities that promote an understanding of linking, multimodality, and design.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • I mean, in the patients who have early stage esophageal cancer, you can combine multimodality treatment with surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy.

    CNN Transcript Mar 9, 2006

  • IntelliSpace Portal: a new multimodality, multivendor workstation that, for the first time, uses advanced networking capabilities to facilitate collaboration between radiologists and referring clinicians anytime, anywhere no matter the modality or vendor, ultimately helping to speed clinical diagnosis.

  • Examples include multifunctional nanoparticles that are designed for multimodality imaging and simultaneous diagnostic and therapy theranostic applications.


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