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Congenitally corrected transposition of the great vessels (CCTGV) characterized by atrioventricular (AV) and ventriculoarterial discordance is a rare congenital anomaly which accounts for about 1% of all congenital heart disease cases (1).
Ovarian transposition was described in 1958 by McCall et al.
1) Surgical options range from in situ decompression to medial epicondylectomy to various anterior transposition techniques.
A transotic craniotomy with anterior facial nerve transposition was required.
Procedures utilized in esophageal reconstruction include gastric transposition, free jejunal graft, gastric transposition combined with free jejunal graft, pedicle jejunal interposition, and colon interposition, among others.
Although the works he cites do not show any direct transposition d'art, one can certainly cite the influence of Durer's melancholy on the romantic aesthetic.
Automation elevates test quality by removing manual steps where operator errors often occur, and the electronic data transfer eliminates transposition and calculation errors.
Surveying the professional roles of readers as lawyers, clergy, diplomats, academics, aristocrats, and an upwardly mobile middle-class commercial populace, Amtower devotes careful attention to a gradual transposition from scholastic modes of textual exegesis to humanist modes of literary commentary.
These contain elements of transformation, transposition and sensory connections resulting from sometimes surrealist substitutions stimulating new perceptual expectations.
Hundreds of millions of years ago, in a creature perhaps resembling today's sharks, a piece of DNA apparently jumped from its chromosomal home, a movement known as transposition.
This note concerns variants of transposition and the implications these have for theories of two Lear texts.