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MAHA

abbreviation for microangiopathic hemolytic anemia. It is characterized by schistocytes in the peripheral blood film.

MAHA

Abbreviation for microangiopathic hemolytic anemia.
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Maha missed the cut last year but stressed she has gained good experience to put up a better show in the Dubai tournament this season.
The addition of the Al Maha Desert Resort and Spa is symbolic of our continued focus to grow our portfolio of luxury hotels and resorts in the Middle East," he added.
And I think staff members at Al Maha feel acknowledged and valued, and you can see that in the way they deal with guests.
Located just 65 km away from the busy metropolitan of Dubai, Al Maha Resort sits deep within a golden desert landscape in the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve and plays a vital role in its conservation.
Users at HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Medical Center are joined by a number of hospitals who have rapidly adopted the mobile health CDS resource to ensure easy access to current.
The harrowing picture of injured Maha in her hospital bed that led to calls for her to be brought | |to Alder Hey to complete her recovery; and, inset, rescuers search through the rubble in Palestine
So we decided to spend Dh5 on every packet, which would come up to Dh150 a month," said Maha.
Maha looks almost unrecognizable in old photos her mother still keeps on her phone, head nearly bald, face pale, lips bearing a shadow of the same smile.
Maha Abdulla Al Muneef has worked tirelessly to spread awareness about domestic violence and victims of child abuse.
Maha Shivratri (Great Night of Lord Shiva), the Hindu festival dedicated to Lord Shiva, was celebrated with religious fervour by devotees.
Apart from Hollywood agent Maha Dakhil, who obviously didn't get the memo.
Summary: Maha al Balushi, Nasser al Khanjari and Rumaitha al Busaidi will set off on a threeA[degrees]week expedition to Antarctica in March 2014