target organ

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n target organ (radiology) organ intended to receive the therapeutic dose of a radioactive substance
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Usage

In literature:

This target is used by practically all the shooting clubs and organizations in the United States.
"Pistol and Revolver Shooting" by A. L. A. Himmelwright
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In news:

Boston University and Intel are among the research organizations targeting the high end of that range with R&D work that aims to provide wireless connections at speeds north of 1 Gbps.
Occupy Organizers Say NYPD Targeted and Arrested Key Leaders Before Anniversary Protest.
Designating MS-13 gang a transnational criminal organization helps US officials target it more aggressively.
Through September, Target Art in the Park will host its first major group show in a three-year series sponsored by Target and organized by the Public Art Fund.
The event was organized by Taylor to support students who were targeted with bleach -filled balloons at the University of Texas-Austin.
Organized money has a new target: judicial elections.
All too often, organizations set measures based on financial targets.
Nonprofit announcements on WGTE TV and FM 91 enable your 501c3 organization to promote an upcoming event to a very targeted and involved audience.
Organized crime 's new target: Medicare.
Called "teleological nutritional targeting" by scientists, proponents contend that every whole food has a pattern that resembles the body organ or physiological function that it benefits.
Retail remains an attractive target for union organizers.
Organizers say the playground, just blocks from Target Field, was built in response to the growing number of young families in the North Loop neighborhood.
Organizers say the playground , just blocks from Target Field, was built in response to the growing number of young families in the North Loop neighborhood.
While President Barack Obama was organizing a targeted operation to kill terrorist leader Osama bin Laden, it appears that former President George Bush was taking care of his own business in Texas - well, sort of.
WASHINGTON — Former Republican US Rep Joe Schwarz , who railed against an anti-tax group's role in his unsuccessful 2006 primary, endorsed Democrat Mark Schauer on Tuesday because the organization targeted the congressional challenger.
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In science:

In modern organizations many complex IT applications are used, many of which incorporate expert knowledge (e.g. rule base in an expert system) about the target problems and their solutions.
On challenges and opportunities of designing integrated IT platforms for supporting knowledge works in organizations
To this end, we evaluate the extent to which protein interaction networks of 20 different organisms ranging from bacteria and plants to homo sapiens (Table I) can be disrupted by either random or targeted attacks.
Protein Interaction Networks are Fragile against Random Attacks and Robust against Malicious Attacks
We next consider in more detail the impact of shape misspecification of the random effects distribution, organized by the inferential targets.
Misspecifying the Shape of a Random Effects Distribution: Why Getting It Wrong May Not Matter
In the sequel we denote X and y the matrix of inputs or covariates (row-wise organized) and y the matrix of targets on the training set, respectively, whereas U and v are the validation inputs and targets, respectively.
Learning Random Kernel Approximations for Object Recognition
These are notoriously difficult to organize since many traditional observatories require advanced notification and approval and do not readily respond to Targets of Opportunity.
Status of VHE Astronomy c.2000
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