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location and primary
The location and treatment of the primary lesion also crucial, as is the removal of any foreign material ( bone, dirt, bullets, and so forth ).
Contained within the primary volume descriptor is the root directory record describing the location of the contiguous root directory.
Two primary factors influence Japan's climate: a location near the Asian continent and the existence of major oceanic currents.
The primary filming location was an early 1900s farmhouse located on Quick Hill Road near Round Rock, Texas, where the La Frontera development is now located.
Suddenly, less emphasis was put on Kansas City, the decision was made to have the city completely annihilated in the script, and Lawrence was made the primary location in the film.
A URL is a URI that, " in addition to identifying a resource, provides a means of locating the resource by describing its primary access mechanism ( e. g., its network location )".< ref name =" RFC 3986 "> Tim Berners-Lee, Roy T. Fielding, Larry Masinter.
Secondary clay deposits have been moved by erosion and water from their primary location.
In computing, a file server is a computer attached to a network that has the primary purpose of providing a location for shared disk access, i. e. shared storage of computer files ( such as documents, sound files, photographs, movies, images, databases, etc.
There is no strict boundary between them so much as a loose distinction between tillage that is deeper and more thorough ( primary ) and tillage that is shallower and sometimes more selective of location ( secondary ).
Restaurants and hotels are the primary location for seafood consumption.
The strategic location of the Tredegar Iron Works was one of the primary factors in the decision to make Richmond the Capital of the Confederacy.
The primary location is in a suburb of Hamburg.
An image of a Gorgon holds the primary location at the pediment of the temple at Corfu, which is the oldest stone pediment in Greece, and is dated to c. 600 BC.
The extramitochondrial localization of cytochrome c was shown to be specific as it was completed abolished upon adsorption of the primary antibody with the purified cytochrome c. The presence of cytochrome-c outside of mitochondria at specific location under normal physiological conditions raises important questions concerning its cellular function and translocation mechanism.
Ealing is also the primary setting for The Sarah Jane Adventures, being the location of Sarah Jane Smith's home.
In the movie 28 Weeks Later, the Isle of Dogs is the primary location of the film, being the only secure and quarantined area in all of Britain suitable for recivilization after a massive epidemic of the " Rage Virus " kills the entire population of Britain.
Wayne County ’ s first official county seat was Waynesville, then considered to be a central location in the long and narrow county for settlers to travel for court and other primary government functions.
* Rabun was the primary shooting location for the 1972 film Deliverance and used many locals as extras, including Billy Redden.
The primary areas of settlement were Augusta ; Wrightsboro ( a Quaker settlement named for James Wright, the royal governor ); and Brownsborough, which was near the present-day location of North Columbia Elementary School.
Jay and Silent Bob return to their primary business location in front of Quick Stop.
A major logistical centre in the Ruhr and location of chemical, steel and iron industries, Duisburg was a primary target of Allied bombers.
Old Ben Scout Reservation ( OBSR ), located in Pike County, Indiana opened in 1985 on the site of an abandoned strip mine operated by the Old Ben Coal Company and was the council's current primary summer camp location, until a lack of funding forced the council to cease having summer camps there.
The town was the primary filming location for Disney's Tom and Huck ( 1995 ).

location and lesion
Presence and nature of deficit depend on location of lesion and the draining veins.
* Symptomatic localization-related epilepsies are divided by the location in the brain of the epileptic lesion, since the symptoms of the seizures are more closely tied to the brain location rather than the cause of the lesion.
What counts, however, is the location of the lesion and the functional systems ( e. g. motor, sensory, visual, etc.
In the classical sense, Expressive aphasia is the result of injury to Broca's area ; it is often the case that lesions in specific brain areas cause specific, dissociable symptoms, although case studies show there is not always a one-to-one mapping between lesion location and aphasic symptoms.
The correlation between damage to certain specific brain areas ( usually in the left hemisphere ) and the development of specific types of aphasia makes it possible to deduce ( albeit very roughly ) the location of a suspected brain lesion based only on the presence ( and severity ) of a certain type of aphasia, though this is complicated by the possibility that a patient may have damage to a number of brain areas and may exhibit symptoms of more than one type of aphasia.
Also, following an upper motor neuron lesion, there may be multiple muscles affected, to varying degrees, depending on the location and severity of the upper motor neuron damage.
The effectiveness of medications vary between individuals, and vary based on location of the upper motor neuron lesion ( in the brain or the spinal cord ).
The prognosis for individuals with porencephaly varies according to the location and extent of the lesion.
However, anomic aphasia is the most difficult to associate with a specific lesion location in the brain.
If a lesion is discernible via angiogram in the same location as in the MRI, then an arteriovenous malformation ( AVM ) becomes the primary concern.
Also, due to the location and complex integration of the claustrum with other parts of the brain, it is difficult to do lesion studies without affecting other regions.
Clinically, the diagnosis of any particular skin condition is made by gathering pertinent information regarding the presenting skin lesion ( s ), including the location ( such as arms, head, legs ), symptoms ( pruritus, pain ), duration ( acute or chronic ), arrangement ( solitary, generalized, annular, linear ), morphology ( macules, papules, vesicles ), and color ( red, blue, brown, black, white, yellow ).
Significant clinical judgment must be used with this technique and considerations must include lesion type, pathology if available, size, location and age and general health of the patient.
The selection of the proper kind of radiation and device depends on many factors including lesion type, size and location in relation to critical structures.
Clinical information such as the appearance of the lesion, site, geographic location, travel history, animal contacts and race is also important, especially in identifying rare non-sporulating species like Trichophyton concentricum, Microsporum audouinii and Trichophyton schoenleinii.
Strokes can cause a variety of movement disorders, depending on the location and severity of the lesion.
The location of the brain lesion and type of the aphasia can then be inferred from the observed symptoms.
Clinical symptoms of acquired amusia are much more variable than those of congenital amusia and are determined by the location and nature of the lesion.
Amusic subjects were identified one week following their stroke, and over the course of the study, amusics and non-amusics were compared in both brain lesion location and their performances on neuropsychological tests.

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