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CRF

chronic renal failure (CRF)

gradual loss of kidney function, with progressively more severe renal insufficiency until the stage called chronic irreversible kidney failure or end-stage renal disease. Symptoms may include polyuria, anorexia or nausea, dehydration, and neurological symptoms. See also renal failure.

CRF

Chronic renal failure

CRF

Abbreviation for corticotropin-releasing factor.

CRF

Abbreviation for corticotropin-releasing factor.
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To convert this clip-specific data into a CRF value for each chunk, YouTube deployed a neural network where Google ran a brute force computation that encoded 10,000 video clips at every CRF setting to find the ideal CRF value for that clip.
Men with the lowest levels of CRF tended to develop an abnormal lipid profile by as early as their mid-20s until their late 30s.
Haemoglobin (gm%) was found to be higher in patients belonging to mild CRF category followed by moderate and severe categories respectively [GRAPH-4].
19] Additionally, intraperitoneal administration of CRF induces colonic mast cells degranulation via both [CRF.
DFS's investigation uncovered that OSC's internal IT audits of the CRF do not happen frequently enough.
First, we collect all the different named entities recognized by the CRF model and identify the most frequent label assigned to each of them.
Then in 1990, the United States Repeating Arms Company brought back the CRF Model 70 Winchester, when modern manufacturing methods made producing a new version of the old action economically possible.
However, for items where the using base must defer repair decisions to a CRF, the demand recording process can result in SBSS reporting a different number of demands to RBL than are reported to D200A.
A number of screening tools are available; because CRF is multidimensional, tools that encompass multidimensional measures will provide a more thorough assessment.
CRF refers to the function of the heart and lungs and their ability to get oxygen to the large muscle groups.
Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) is distinguishable from normal fatigue in that CRF symptoms are severe, distressing, and unrelieved by sleep and rest (Mock et al 2000, Cella et al 2001, Stone and Minto 2008).
Research Development Foundation (Carson City, NV) has patented a human urocortin-related peptide with significant sequence homology to the CRF neuropeptide family.