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GBM

1. Glioblastoma multiforme, see there.
2. Glomerular basement membrane.
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58) Similarly, we have encountered a number of such cases, often as consults with the differential diagnosis including an unusual GBM versus a supratentorial PNET with extensive glial differentiation (Figure 10, A).
TSC was granted an FDA Orphan Drug designation for its use in GBM in 2011, and an Orphan Drug designation for its use in brain metastases is pending.
Since GBM AGILE will be performed on a global basis, we will finally be able to benefit from the convergence of the basic and clinical research that is driving our progress in neuro-oncology in Australia and across the globe.
GBM also has established a presence in Pakistan, where the company now operates three offices, one each in Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore as an IBM Premier Business Partner.
GBM has significant market reach in the region and provides Sanovi an excellent opportunity to offer its intelligent DRM automation solutions and provide measurable ROI to customers," he added.
The launch of our training centre in Oman marks a milestone for GBM and shows GBM's commitment to invest in developing the IT talent in Oman.
The GBM was measured in all cases using the method of harmonic mean of orthogonal intercepts.
There are no standard criteria for defining the lower limit for normal GBM thickness below which the GBMcan be considered thin, and there is considerable variability between the values established as this lower limit at different centers.
GBM partner Ron Jones said the title is being launched because "the green building market is growing exponentially, yet professional home builders have no reliable, authoritative source to go to for information that can be applied to traditional American homes.
Phil Bell, wagering consultant to GBM, said: "We've been in a holding pattern for a while now, clearly you'll see GBM grow and develop.
Analysis of the results from these ongoing studies indicates that patients with recurrent inoperable GBM have shown a median overall survival time of 45 weeks, nearly twice the well-established 25-week median survival time common for patients whose disease has recurred.
Within the above stated context, this paper will address language as both a basic means of communication and as a tool for artistic expression; the foundational aesthetics of African American music, which I refer to as GBM (Great Black Music); and the state and significance of the four major genres of GBM in the contemporary setting - Gospel, or religious music; Blues; Jazz; and Black Pop or R&B, which includes everything from Jump Blues, Doo-Wop, Soul, and Funk to New Jack Swing and, arguably, Rap (as an extension of R&B).