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Its high-resolution images and the ability to distinguish different tissue types could make TTC's sonic CT system ideally suited to complement X-ray systems.
Rash called the ability to distinguish Alzheimer's disease from other forms of dementia "one of the most critical issues in medicine today.
Pass presented data derived from the application of biomarker subsets to a blinded test set, demonstrating 100 percent specificity and 80 percent sensitivity for their ability to distinguish asbestos-exposed controls from mesothelioma cases.
The ability to distinguish Colombian emeralds from Afghani ones is interesting, says Jeffrey E.
Luttwak projects great confidence in his ability to distinguish real from phantom threats in the territorial competition of the 1870-1914 period, but, in an astonishing intellectual abdication for a strategist, he develops no principles at all for making these distinctions in the "geo-economic" arena.
We congratulate Brandon for his ability to distinguish himself, within a group of very talented writers, as our next great sportswriter," said Brian Grey, SVP and GM of FOXSports.
The patients were shown 3D images of the hand, shot from different angles, and their ability to distinguish the right hand from the left was assessed.
The infected cells responded to smells that had a meaty or waxy smell, but not to those that smelled more like grass or fruits, thus demonstrating the receptor's ability to distinguish small differences among odorants, Firestein and his colleagues report in the Jan.
Subsequent development results in the ability to distinguish the specific variations and complexities of auditory stimuli.
21 (ANI): Salman Rushdie has slammed Amnesty International's association with former Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg, by saying that the charity is suffering from "moral bankruptcy" as it "has lost the ability to distinguish right from wrong.
English vocabulary recognition and category generation -- measured by the ability to name examples of clothing and body parts -- showed substantial gains over the next 30 years for each of the geographical groups; performance on tests of oral comprehension and the ability to distinguish real from made-up words increased slightly in that same time period.
7%), even as it improved the ability to distinguish benign tumors (specificity = 97.