Noninvasive means not invasive. It means you don't get anything invading you or whatever is being looked at. For instance, a sonogram (the so-called ultrasound) is a noninvasi…ve medical imaging procedure. (MORE)
Trees all have root systems that are invasive to a degree: some are worse than others. notoriously bad are cherry and willow - both have roots taht are quite close to surface …and that increase in girth causing heave..
Choose small varieties that have smaller systems, avoid cherry, willow, poplar, alder and other high-water take-up trees, choose drought-tolerant varieties..
Another option is to lay your paving to accommodate tree roots - use a root barrier, or use a base layer of Amsterdam soil or other granualar material that will be less affected by roots. If the paving is impervious, roots will not favour growing below them anyway, unless is it a narrow area that roots can grow underneath to reach a favourable rooting area the other side. (MORE)
Home inspections are always noninvasive. The reason is that the home inspection is typically done for the benefit of the buyer, and they don't own the home... Yet. Obviously o…ne could perform a far more comprehensive home inspection if allowed to remove all of the floor coverings and get a good look at the floor system - checking for signs of movement, pest and water damage, etc., but that's just not possible and the owner, or seller would certainly not appreciate having their house torn up during the home inspection! (MORE)
electrodes are placed directly on heart tissue. This placement allows the electrophysiologist to determine the specific location of an arrhythmia and, often, to correct it dur…ing the same procedure (MORE)
With reference to the human body, noninvasive intervention means to remedy an illness or ailment without physically touching the body. Therefore an example would be that medic…ine may be tried before surgery. (MORE)