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1. What does Amentia mean? Mental retardation

2. Cellulose acetate film with regulated retardation and thickness

3. Preparation of nuclei and gel retardation assays.

4. Results In Ankang experimental station, these mental retardation population caused by non-specific mental retardation and endemic sub-clinical cretinism, have heritability of

5. 3 Severe iron deficiency can cause developmental delay and growth retardation.

6. Synonyms: Backwardness; mental retardation; retardation; slowness; subnormality Hypernyms ("Backwardness" is a kind of): stupidity (a poor ability to understand or to profit from experience)

7. [Problems in the Assortedness of marriages in mental retardation]

8. Trisomy 21 is a congenital defect causing mental retardation.

9. Affected birds showed growth retardation and hypogenesis of feather.

10. She has a problem with retardation, but she's full of love.

11. The disorder has also been associated with mild mental retardation.

12. Many factors can lead to growth retardation in unborn babies.

13. Amentia definition, lack of intellectual development; imbecility; severe mental retardation

14. Autistic intelligence varies widely, from severe retardation to savant syndrome.

15. Severe iron deficiency can cause developmental delay and growth retardation.

16. Compulsions in adults with mental retardation: Prevalence, phenomenology, and comorbidity with stereotypy and self-injury: American Journal on Mental Retardation Vol 100(2) Sep 1995, 183-192

17. Amentia: [ a-men´shah ] former term for profound mental retardation.

18. The partial trisomy 10q of the proband had induced mental retardation, severe retardation of growth, ocular anomalies, agenesis of the palate, low implantation of the ears, micrognathia bone anomalies and cardiac malformation.

19. In some cases, there is also mental retardation and soft-tissue calcifications.

20. Ammonia disappears rapidly and the urea concentration rises with a slight retardation.

21. Retardation film, manufacturing method thereof, and liquid crystal display device including same

22. Various tests suggested gross retardation by the end of the first year.

23. Children who are infected with rubella before birth are at risk for growth retardation ; mental retardation ; malformations of the heart and eyes ; deafness ; and liver , spleen , and bone marrow problems .

24. This approach, although still somewhat restrictive has led to reasonable predictions of relaxation and retardation spectra.

25. Yet even people with severe mental retardation show a high level of curiosity in certain circumstances.

26. Such lipid accumulation frequently leads to mental retardation or progressive loss of central nervous system functions.

27. Transmission line power flow controller with unequal advancement and retardation of transmission angle

28. Thus, they have remained at the same level of retardation throughout their childhood.

29. Parental Interactions with Children with and without Mental Retardation: Behavior Management, Coerciveness, and Positive Exchange

30. 29 This approach, although still somewhat restrictive has led to reasonable predictions of relaxation and retardation spectra.

31. Ohio uses local boards to manage its outpatient mental health and mental retardation services.

32. There are four manifestations of deviant development (Death, Malformation, Growth Retardation and Functional Defect).

33. Psychology The state or condition of being an imbecile; moderate or severe mental retardation.

34. Those born with it can develop mental retardation, epilepsy and blindness - sometimes years later.

35. Blood bag centrifuge Precision RPM meter plus stopwatch to control speed, acceleration and retardation.

36. Excessive drinking during pregnancy can cause mental retardation and physical problems with the child.

37. Iodine deficiency disorders will lead to goiter hypothyroidism , mental retardation, cretinism, and so on.

38. These may include growth retardation, delayed mental development or other congenital disorders without any structural malformations.

39. Maternal diet is only one of the many factors that can lead to fetal growth retardation.

40. The patient, 1 year old, shows a distinct motor retardation with generalized muscular hypotonia and paucity of movements.

41. The key difference between dwarfism and Cretinism is that dwarfism refers to a condition of growth retardation that causes an abnormally short adult stature while Cretinism is a condition arising from the deficiency of thyroid hormone, which causes dwarfism and mental retardation.

42. We observed an overall correlation between the frequency of malocclusions and severity of mental retardation.

43. Addition of cephalic-region adenohypophyseal, chorioallantoic grafts to operated embryos lessened the degree of retardation.

44. The WAGR syndrome is a combination of Wilms’ tumor, aniridia, genitourinary anomalies, and mental retardation.

45. It is the most common cause of preventable mental retardation, including low IQ (intelligence quotient).

46. At speeds low compared with light, the temporal retardation is proportional to the square of your speed.

47. Aversion therapy has been used to modify behavior in people with mental retardation, but this is not common nowadays

48. The cardinal symptoms seen in classic homocystinuria are mental retardation, osteoporosis, myopia, and lens luxation. Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase deficiency may present with psychomotor retardation, epilepsy, brain atrophy. Errors of Cbl metabolism account for metabolic crisis with methylmalonic acidemia.

49. This is the first Horse Riding program in China. To help the autism and Mental retardation.

50. XRD and SEM studies confirm the results described above, relating to the retardation of alite hydration.

51. The phenotype includes dysmorphic features, mental retardation, speech delay, signs of peripheral neuropathy, and neurobehavioral problems.

52. The atomic absorption detection of the thermally evolved products provides valuable information on flame retardation process.

53. Cretinism is a condition arising from the deficiency of thyroid hormone, which causes dwarfism and mental retardation

54. The retardation, the Appoggiatura, the passing tone, the neighbourg tone, the anticipation and the echappée

55. These comparisons form the basis for the determination of prevalence estimates for anemia, growth retardation, or overweight.

56. In this sense the world would be a better place without mental retardation, madness, and senile dementia.

57. All these children came to our clinic with a diagnosis of autism, attention deficit disorder, mental retardation, language problems.

58. Patients with Williams-Beuren-Syndrome characterized by the combination of typical morphology, supravalvular aortic stenosis and mental retardation.

59. Amentia Subnormal development of the mind, with particular reference to intellectual capacities; a type of severe mental retardation

60. Method and device for operating an internal combustion engine with retardation of the ignition angle and operational irregularities

61. Cretinism is a condition arising from the deficiency of a thyroid hormone, which causes dwarfism and mental retardation

62. However, absorption appears to be remarkably decelerated, while a retardation of drug liberation is also to be taken into account.

63. If an accumulation of galactose occurs, severe liver damage, kidney deformity, mental retardation, hypoglycemia, and even cataracts can result.

64. Mental retardation (MR) – a generalized disorder appearing before adulthood, characterized by significantly impaired cognitive functioning and deficits in two or more adaptive behaviors.

65. Objective To investigate the effect of placental isoferritin (PLF) activation on pathogenesis of pre-eclampsia and intrauterine growth retardation and its earlier predictive value.

66. Congenital muscular dystrophy with Adducted thumbs, ptosis, external ophthalmoplegia, mental retardation and cerebellar hypoplasia: a novel form of CMD Neuromuscul Disord

67. 22 Accurate dating of pregnancy is important for other reasons, such as prenatal diagnosis and early identification of intrauterine growth retardation.

68. Cretinism: Congenital hypothyroidism (underactivity of the thyroid gland at birth), which results in growth retardation, developmental delay, and other abnormal features

69. Moreover, a prominent feature in the gel retardation experiments is the presence of a smear between the two well-defined bands.

70. According to the invention, the moment at which the coil current is changed is also changed in the acceleration, retardation and/or loading phase.

71. The known clinical manifestations are imbecility, obesity, growth retardation, hypogonadism and hypogenitalism, acromicria, dolichocephalus, an adult-type of diabetes mellitus and a history of myatonia.

72. The slowing down of development during the winter months is called hibernation and the similar retardation during the host summer is called aestivation .

73. And voltage comparator with retardation has been chosen as the shaping circuit to minish undesired signal and to improve the sensitivity of circuit.

74. Results Most of pyromania with mental disorder were male youth. The common type of mental disorders are schizophrenia, mental retardation and personality disorder successively.

75. Hyponyms (each of the following is a kind of "Backwardness"): abnormality; mental defectiveness (retardation sufficient to fall outside the normal range of intelligence)

76. And indeed the Court this time held that executions of persons with mental retardation did violate the Eighth Amendment's proscriptions against cruel and unusual punishment.

77. X-linked dominant chondrodysplasia punctata or Happle syndrome is a rare hereditary disorder. The clinical features include retardation of growth, cataract, and temporary, ichthyosiform erythroderma.

78. Provided is a method of manufacturing a phase difference plate wherein retardation distribution is significantly improved, and transmissivity and wavefront aberration for visible light are improved.

79. Cretinism A condition caused by thyroid underaction from severe iodine deficiency early in life. It features dwarfism, mental retardation, dry skin, a large tongue and a puffy face

80. As is evident from this graph, the polarization colors seen in the microscope can be correlated with the actual retardation, thickness, and Birefringence of the sample.