LCV


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LCV

Abbreviation for:
large cell variant
lateral cerebral ventricle
leukocytoclastic vasculitis
limited clinical value (procedures of limited clinical value) 
lymphocytc choriomeningitis virus
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The literatures have reported very few cases of LCV hypersensitivity reactions.
The initial impression was minor erythema multiforme-drug induced versus LCV with superadded infection.
The win was attributed to the Renault LCV range's impressive economy credentials, innovative Twin Turbo engine technology and cleaner Euro 6 engines.
Nissan has one of the widest ranges of LCVs in Europe, which includes the popular Navara pick-up and all-new NP300, the NV200 and NV400 vans and NT400 Cabstar and NT500 trucks.
USPRwire, Thu Feb 18 2016] In Europe, LCVs refer to commercial carrier vehicles of gross vehicle weights up to 3.
Although the study was limited by its retrospective nature and relatively homogeneous white population, it is the first known population-based study of histopathologically-defined LCV and the data support the evaluation of all patients with LCV "for extracutaneous disease and systemic etiologies for their disease," Dr.
Reed Smith LLP is serving as LCV Capital's legal counsel and Robinson + Cole LLP is serving as Peerless' legal counsel.
He also added that the new LCV vehicles will be part of the company's "de-risking business".
The LCV concept was initially created as a compact truck and is usually optimized to be ruggedly built, have low operating costs and powerful yet fuel efficient engine, and to be utilized for intra-city operations.
The CEAT Nashik plant produces truck, LCV and agricultural tyres.
Meanwhile, the group's LCV Action Fund is a related political action fund that can channel funding to the candidates it supports.
CITROEN'S Berlingo van (above) has landed the Institute of Transport Management's 'Best LCV 2012' award.