CEE


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CEE

Abbreviation for:
central European encephalitis
Certificate of Equivalent Experience, see there (Medspeak-UK)
contrast-enhanced echocardiography
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Our study demonstrated that the effect of standard-dose CEE supplementation was better than that of half-dose CEE on the parameters of MetS components among generally healthy postmenopausal women in China.
Although the ORs for VTE and MI were elevated among CEE users, the risk for ischemic stroke was similar for estradiol and CEE users.
For 2011-12, several CEE countries have managed to recover from the earlier downturn and profitability differentials have widened again, with Czech, Polish and to some extent Slovak subsidiaries leading the peer group.
Cee Lo adamantly denied the accusations and said he hasn't been to the restaurant where the alleged sexual assault occurred in three months.
Along with Al-Mottawer Engineering and Jeddah Lanes Cee Bee advanced to the championship round matches as the highest three teams after the three-game repechage among the seven teams that missed the cut for the three waiting finalists.
I've always been recognisable for one reason or another," says Cee Lo, real name Thomas DeCarlo Callaway.
Captain Cee Bee's trainer Eddie Harty said: "That was what the doctor ordered.
Full membership of the analyzed CEE countries in the EU means that they needed to adopt the EU law.
CEE says that Georgia sent samples of its wines to the International Organization of Vine and Wine to be authenticated.
Thomson noted that the number of drug trials conducted throughout CEE has grown by an average of 15%+ over the past five years and that "companies already operating there and those interested in entering the market have a high demand for targeted clinical research news information.
With the addition of progestin--almost exclusively medroxyprogesterone acetate--the VT risk for CEE users was doubled (OR 2.
Even when the analysis excluded women who did not use hormones, thus minimizing a potential indication bias, CEE users were still at increased risk (odds ratio 1.