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DDS

 
1. Doctor of Dental Surgery.

DDS

Abbreviation for Doctor of Dental Surgery.

DDS

dapsone; Doctor of Dental Surgery.

DDS

abbr.
1. Doctor of Dental Science
2. Doctor of Dental Surgery

dapsone (DDS)

[dap′sōn]
a bacteriostatic and bactericidal sulfone derivative.
indications It is prescribed in the treatment of leprosy and dermatitis herpetiformis and for prophylaxis against toxoplasmosis and Pneumocystis carinii in immunocompromised patients.
contraindications Known hypersensitivity to this drug prohibits its use. It is not recommended for use during pregnancy or lactation.
adverse effects Among the more serious adverse reactions are hemolysis (particularly in people who have glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency), leprosy reactional state, methemoglobinemia, neuropathy, nausea, anorexia, toxic hepatic aplastic anemia, and skin rash. Dapsone was carcinogenic in animal models.

Mohr-Tranebjaerg syndrome

An autosomal recessive neurodegenerative syndrome (OMIM:304700) characterised by postlingual progressive sensorineural deafness as the first presenting symptom in early childhood, followed by progressive dystonia, spasticity, dysphagia, mental deterioration and cortical blindness.

Molecular pathology
Defects of TIMM8A, which encodes a translocase, cause Mohr-Tranebjaerg syndrome.

DDS

Abbreviation for Denver Developmental Screening Test.

DDS

Abbrev. for Doctor of Dental Surgery.
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Other items that could be a factor include the need for a clear migration path and backward compatibility (critical in the success of DDS) as well as the form factor of the cartridge (users like the small size of DDS tape).
NetAcquire DDS is the latest addition to the NetAcquire family of aerospace network data acquisition and control products.
The elimination half-life of DDS averages between 24 and 30 hours, with significant variability ranging between 14 and 83 hours (4).
So when engineers look for spurs in an output signal, they must look beyond the spurs caused by the DDS circuitry itself.
At the same time, DDS ensures a consistent image portfolio-wide, with adherence to fair housing regulations.
In February 2005, DDS announced an Exclusive License Agreement between DDS Technologies USA Inc.
The epoxy or epoxy/PVPh mixtures were cross-linked (cured) with DDS, supplied by Ciba-Geigy as HT-976.
However, DDS technology is the most popular tape drive technology ever--with an installed base of nearly 7 million drives--and still dominates the low end of the tape drive market with a 58% market share in 2002, according to Freeman Reports.
It follows on from DDS-4, which shipped in 1998 as the last iteration of the DDS technology that was originally developed by HP and Sony in 1989.
The DDS, shown in Figure 1, offers advantages over alternative synthesis methods, such as very fast switching (typically submicrosecond), fine frequency steps, low phase noise, transient-free frequency changes and small size.
The demonstration successfully showed seamless data exchange under nine different scenarios across applications running on five independently developed DDS implementations: EDDS from ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute); OpenDDS from OCI, OpenSplice DDS from PrismTech, RTI Connext[TM] DDS from Real-Time Innovations, and CoreDX DDS from Twin Oaks Computing.
Two days before Gordon's impassioned privilege speech, retired SPO3 Arturo Lascanas surfaced to recant his testimony saying that he and a group of Davao City policemen were DDS hit men under the pay and control of then city Mayor and now President Duterte.