Results The corresponding diagnosis rate of ultrasound diagnosis was 90.0%,among them extrauterine pregnancy , rupture of luteini ,acute pelvic inflammatory disease, abortion, corsion of ovary cyscs, dysmenorrhea ,respectively were 91.3%, 83.3%,92.5%,85.7%,100%,87.5%.
23 cases were misdiagnosed(7. 1%) . The correct diagnostic rate of ectopic pregnancy, ovariorrhexis and hemorrhagic salpingitis was about 98.9%(277/280) ,69.2%(18/26) and 9.1%(1/11). In addition, rupture of endometriosis was 75.0% (3/4).
The stability of various cluster structures and the probability of the rupture of intramolecular HCl bond in these clusters were analyzed.
The rupture of a liquid layer by solutocapillary flow
Intensive rupture of a vitreous solid subjected to radiation
By a water flush there is generally understood an unsteady-state flow of water, arising in millraces, with the breaching (rupture) of a dam.
Using the models constructed, an intense steady-state eruption and the problem of the evolution of the eruption to the steady-state regime after the rupture of a plug near the top of the conduit are considered.
It is established that hydrogen bonds between the NH2 groups of aminopropyl radical and isolated OH groups of silica gel are ruptured after the saturation of sorbent with water vapors at a relative pressure of about 0.5.
The conditions under which the viscous liquid layer is ruptured and the place beneath which the spreading droplet becomes partly uncovered are studied.
The O-H and C-Cl bonds in the test compounds are ruptured via a predissociation mechanism in triplet states localized at the breaking bonds.
On heating, the H bonds between the anion and water molecules of its first coordination sphere are largely ruptured.
Critical current, trapped magnetic fields, and ruptured vortices in HTSC ceramic samples