Second, this analysis could not separate infants with isolated defects
from those with more than one major defect
or those with a recognized syndrome.
In other words, the presence of a defect
may not necessarily affect the strength of the part.
In general, the choice of options for lip reconstruction is based on the size, depth, and location of the defect
During the past year, birth defects
have received increased attention, as researchers at CDC and worldwide have been studying the relationship between Zika virus disease and congenital Zika syndrome (7).
Most operations count each component lead as a defect
opportunity and the component itself as one defect
of only a few millimeters can mean the difference between a satisfied and unsatisfied patient.
In order to arrive at this conclusion, the company used two main analytical techniques to examine the defect
region, including optical microscopy and scanning electron microscopy, coupled with energy dispersive spectroscopy.
The unsatisfactory nature of the existing theories led to a new theory that better explains the characteristics of the formation of the defect
and offers additional routes for the prevention of the problem.
The disorder has been linked to a defect
of the NIS.
In the opposite limit of strong, large defects
, the magnetization was expected to behave differently in different parts of the film, but it has not been clear what size defect
was necessary for this local behavior to take place.
They may also require defect
maps to guide downstream cartridge production.
0 was developed with an integrated defect
management scheme that allows for a defect
free user data space.
While the correction of a defect
is required in each program, the sanction or required fee may differ greatly, depending on which program is chosen.
Suppliers agree that the choice boils down to the type of defect
to be found at a given line speed and product width.