OEIS

AcronymDefinition
OEISOn-line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
OEISOverseas Environmental Impact Statement
OEISOmphalocele-Exstrophy-Imperforate Anus-Spinal Defects (birth defect complex)
OEISOffshore Engineering Information Service (Heriot Watt University)
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The objective of this study is to verify, using Monte Carlo MCNPX v 2.6.0 code [11], that when installing a new automated product loading system at the Gamma Irradiation Facility, the OEIs absorbed doses do not exceed the limits established for the regulations.
Sloane, and Antti Karttunen for their valuable comments about A284019 in OEIS. They would also like to thank Robert Israel regarding his valuable help for Maple related requirements.
According to the OEIS this sequence is the bifurcation of a particular Lucas sequence.
trisomy 18, 13 and 21 in 12 (7.79%) patients, pentalogy of Cantrell in 7 (4.54%) and OEIS complex in 4 (2.59%) (Fig.
CHROMOSOMAL ASSOCIATION: Though most causes of OEIS are sporadic with no obvious etiology, it has been suggested that it is associated with some chromosomal aberrations.
The middle level words (OEIs) in the EGM hierarchical diagram represent the users' primary reasons for preferring certain types of app icons.
El complejo de OEIS representa un conjunto de malformaciones asociadas que incluyen 1) onfalocele, 2) extrofia cloacal, 3) ano imperforado y 4) defectos de columna (hemivertebras, ausencia de sacro o defectos de los segmentos del sacro).
Omphalocoele is frequently seen in the context of congenital syndromes, with multiple associated anomalies, such as Beckwith Wiedemann syndrome, cloacal exstrophy, OEIS complex (Omphalocoele, exstrophy, and imperforated anus, spinal), Cantrells pentalogy and trisomies.
OEIS complex with glomerulocystic kidney disease: a case report.
Brandon Morley-Doherty, five, suffers from OEIS - a complex condition that affects just one-in-300,000 children.
This new TS(n) function produces the following sequence (which is A109631 in the OEIS [2]).
El complejo cuerpo extremidad, el complejo OEIS (del ingles onphalocele, extrophy, imperforated ano, spinal defects) y la anomalia cordon corto, son 3 entidades que comparten alteraciones estructurales incompatibles con la vida y una prevalencia muy baja en la poblacion general En la literatura, la etiologia de estas malformaciones ha sido estudiada por separado.