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Production

In the context of project financing, a defined portion of the proceeds of production up to a dollar amount.
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Production

1. The process of turning raw material into a product that is sold. For example, a company's production may involve turning silver, zinc, and mercury into a dental filling.

2. Less commonly, the revenue one derives from production.
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production

the act of combining FACTORS OF PRODUCTION (labour, capital, etc.) by FIRMS to produce OUTPUTS of goods and services. The relationship between inputs and outputs in physical terms is shown by the PRODUCTION FUNCTION and in cost terms by the COST FUNCTION. See BATCH PRODUCTION, MASS PRODUCTION, FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM.
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Incidence of hydrocephalus in our study was 1.47:1000 live births which is relatively higher than data from other Indian study.
The most common accompanying abnormalities have been reported to be, in descending order of frequency, hydrocephalus and Chiari type 2 malformations (2, 6).
However, treatment of asymptomatic patients is dependent upon a number of factors like the lesion size, the presence of hydrocephalus, the age of the patient, and medical conditions [3].
Dr Muthinja says they handle close to 60 cases of hydrocephalus conditions every Tuesday, when they hold clinics at the facility.
Patients with CPC exhibited a shorter disease course (CPP: 4 [2.0, 8.0] months; aCPP: 2 [2.0, 3.0] months; CPC: 1 [1.0, 1.5] months; P < 0.001), a higher incidence of acute hydrocephalus (CPP: 27.1%, aCPP: 52.9%, CPC: 77.8%; ?
I was determined to show educators that my son may have hydrocephalus, but hydrocephalus will never have my son.
However, when the whole of the research was evaluated, the 3 prevailing topics were hydrocephalus, brain tumors, and epilepsy.
In intracranial metastatic disease, especially in the presence of multiple lesions or leptomeningeal spread, the prognosis is usually considered poor on the scale of few weeks to months.1 In certain situations however, if there is a single lesion or a posterior fossa periventricular lesions resulting in obstructive hydrocephalus, primary surgical resection can be of benefit in relieving this obstruction and provide survival benefit.1
Repeat cranial CT showed a progression of the left cerebellar infarct with swelling and acute hydrocephalus (prominently in the temporal horns) due to the fourth ventricle obstruction (Figure 2B).