Answer: a bilateral mistake of fact is when both parties that entered an agreement are in error. In such case the mistake goes to 1. a basic assumption, 2. if it has a material affect on the exchange and 3. if the affected party does not bear the risk of the mistake, which means if the risk is allocated by the contract, if the party was aware that the did not know everything, but believed they knew enough and if the risk is allocated by the court because it is reasonable.
Answer: "Bilateral" means both the knees are concerned. "replacement" probably means a prothesis will be put instead of the bone and flesh knee. To elaborate on above answer bilateral knee replacement is a surgical procedure where in knee replacement surgeon replaces both arthritic knees of patients in a same hospitalization period.
Answer: A bilateral contract is an exchange of promises the law willenforce. A contract requires an offer, acceptance, andconsideration. An advertisement is generally considered aninvitation for an offer. In consumer transactions, a buyer istypically the offeror. The advertisement serves as the sellersinvitation to the buyer to make an offer, thus the offer could berejected by the seller. However, an advertisement could beconstrued as a valid offer if it contains clear and definitiveterms. For example: Playstation 4 for 50% off to first 10customers. The terms are clear and there is nothing left tonegotiate. This would actually be a unilateral contract whichbecomes binding upon performance by the buyers.
Answer: Antituberculosis medication of multidrug regime for 9 months. Four medicines for two months followed by two medicines for seven months. The duration and medicines differ from time to time from country to country depending on its National Tuberculosis Treatment Programme. The medicines used are Isoniazide, Rifampicin, Ethambutol, Pyrazinamide. Pyridoxine is always added along with Isoniazide.
Answer: Facet joints are where certain bones fit together such as in the vertebral column. An effusion is escape of fluid into a part or tissue, and bilateral of course means on both sides. Bilateral facet joint effusion indicates fluid being released on both sides of the vertebrae.
What is bilateral adnexal hypodensities?
Bilateral adnexal hypodensities are shown as masses on the adnexalpart of the uterus. These masses could be malignant or benign.
Answer: Bilateral Oligopoly is a market structure in which a few sellers and a few buyers exist and both demand and supply sides have market power. There is no absolute equilibrium defined for such structure. the example is the intermediate goods market that is a few suppliers compete each other to sell and a few buyers compete to buy. collusion may happen on both sides.
Answer: Pyelectasis is when the renal pelvis is dilated. Bilateral meansthat it occurs on both sides of the pelvis. This is a disease thatis commonly discovered during ultrasound appointments when apatient is pregnant.
Answer: A bilateral contract is a contract which requires agreement and performance from both parties to the contract. Most of what we think of as contracts are bilateral in nature. One party promises to do X and the other party promises to do Y. Bilateral contracts may not require negotiation but often this is a component.
In contrast a unilateral contract occurs where one party makes an offer and the other party may accept by performance rather than by offering something in return. If you offer $5 to the first person who will bring you a hotdog, a unilateral contract is formed when someone performs the condition and provides you with a hotdog. If on the other hand Person A responds to you unilateral offer that he will agree to bring you a hotdog for $5 a bilateral contract is formed if you agree to accept his offer/counteroffer.
Answer: A bilateral system is where both parts of a system are equallyimportant for the proper function of the system. The two partiesare directly affected by the system functions which makes themdependent to each other.
Answer: To: Whom it may concern Help!! I have medical problem in my left & right leg and with extremity swelling above and below of the knees. I have been diagnosis with peripheral vascular disease, left & right lower extremities. I also had MRI-Angiography of both lower extremities pathologies with similar symptoms. Conclusion: Grade II chondromalacia of the left & right knees, with hyper signal and fibrillation in the surface of the cartilage. I was in the U.S. Air Force for 28 years and I was an Aircraft Mechanic and work on the flight line and hangers repairing B-17’s, P-51D, F-80’s, T-33’s , F-86’s, F-102’s and F-106’s , F-4E’s, F-16’s aircraft etc. During the Korean War, Vietnam War, Global Cold War and simulated war exercises for training.
Now, what I like to know is; how does one develop or acquire this problem that I have?
Was it because; I was working, standing, walking and runing on concrete cement ramp (flight line) were the Aircraft are parked or undergoing repair or inspection, during my 28 years in the Air Force?
Sincerely, Vincent J. Bianco, SMSGT, Retired U.S. Air Force