inhomogeneity

English translation: lack of uniformity

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English term or phrase:inhomogeneity
English translation:lack of uniformity
Entered by: Fuad Yahya

07:42 Aug 10, 2001
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Medical - Medical (general)
English term or phrase: inhomogeneity
there is inhomogeneity of activity within the liver suggestive of an element of fatty infiltration
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inhomogeneity = lack of uniformity
Explanation:
The American Heritage Dictionary defines "inhomogeneity " as "lack of homogeneity." If that does not sound like a menaingful explanation, I would then propose "lack of uniformity."

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nainhomogeneity = lack of uniformity
Fuad Yahya
nainhomogenity
Katarina Aleksic
naInomogeneità,
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2 hrs
Inomogeneità,


Explanation:
difetto di omogeneità, disuniformità.

Hope this helps


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2 hrs
inhomogenity


Explanation:
First, there is a typo, it's 'inhomogenity'.
Then, it means something like uniform, smooth, even. So, the activity in the liver isn't regular, not the same in all areas.
I hope that helps :-)


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3 hrs
inhomogeneity = lack of uniformity


Explanation:
The American Heritage Dictionary defines "inhomogeneity " as "lack of homogeneity." If that does not sound like a menaingful explanation, I would then propose "lack of uniformity."

Fuad


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