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Our interpretation is that, because we are making a presumed decision to dilate prior to the appointment because we want better images, and it is the images that are outside the scope of GOS and it is the images the patient is choosing to have, then this dilating does not fall into a 'must' under GOS.
To dilate the body is to help awaken the body, that of the performer and the spectator alike, to affectivities, sensitivities, and intensities.
This lowers blood pressure by causing blood vessels to dilate (like Viagra does).
Failure of cervix to dilate completely is a common cause of dystocia in large ruminants.
Dilate kardiyomiyopati, sol veya her iki ventrikulun dilatasyonu ve azalmis kontraksiyonu ile karakterize olup idiyopatik, genetik, viral, immun, toksik nedenli olabilecegi gibi, mevcut miyokardiyal yuklenme veya iskemi bulgulari ile aciklanamayacak duzeyde miyokardiyal disfonksiyon gosteren diger kardiyovaskuler hastaliklarda da gorulebilir (2).
Using drops in the eyes that dilate a patient's pupils, eye care professionals can check for signs of glaucoma.
He and his associates used a cervical tonometer to objectively measure the force needed to dilate the cervix after priming with vaginal misoprostol, compared with placebo, in 101 women undergoing diagnostic hysteroscopy.
To regulate this microflow minute to minute according to tissues' needs, arterioles continually dilate and constrict.
Other addictive drugs cause the pupils to widen, or dilate.
The condition, known as endothelial dysfunction, means that arteries are not able to dilate as they should.
The trans also made a key artery less able to dilate, a marker of increased heart disease risk.