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Early and accurate diagnosis, especially differentiating between synostotic (craniosynostosis) and deformational (nonsynostotic) plagiocephaly, is very important because the diagnosis directs the course of treatment (Dec & Warren, 2011; Looman & Flannery, 2012; Pogliani et al.
2007) also described later sigmoidal deformational features in garnet, which is compatible with the fact that garnet lattice orientation may not be random and can be controlled by foliation orientation during nucleation and/or deformation.
This calculation is based on a gravitationally self-consistent postglacial sea level theory that accounts for the deformational, gravitational, and rotational effects of the changing ice + water load (Kendall et al.
Only two of the infants presented with craniofacial abnormalities: a cleft palate in one and deformational plagiocephaly in another.
The Kantian awareness of idealization has been comprehended also by the historian of science John Losee (even though Losee does not provide us the different kinds of deformational procedures applied in scientific practice):
2007 New World Cranial Deformation: Historical Implications for Pathophysiology of Cognitive Impairment in Deformational Plagiocephaly.
Anisotropic strength and deformational behavior of Himalayan schists.
van Breugel, "Simulation of the effect of geometrical changes of the microstructure on the deformational behaviour of hardening concrete," Cement and Concrete Research, vol.
Wang, "Effect of pore pressure on entire deformational characteristics of rock specimen," Journal of Shen Yang Jian Zhu University (Nature Science), vol.
2011) Deformational behaviour of knee cartilage and changes in serum cartilage oligomeric matrix protein (COMP) after running and drop landing.
1971, Deformational behaviour of fractured rock under multiaxial compression.