NCV


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NCV

Abbreviation for nerve conduction velocity.

NCV

Abbreviation for:
nasal cavity volume
National Centre for Volunteering (obsolete) 
nerve conduction velocity
non-cholera Vibrio
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The single sample with a karyotype classified as T13 in this test set was classified as a "no call," with an NCV of approximately 3.
NCV spokesman James Hewlett says some passengers jump ship for a few days to explore Norway by hire car.
NCV programs run in a fraction of the time needed to run a TTO.
There will be a Show Special incentive, plus NCV will be speaking to first time buyers about its own Shared Equity Scheme and its Rent-to-Buy Scheme, available at Ellergreen in Norris Green.
The design features spacious, flexible floorplans that NCV say can be tailored to suit a buyer's requirements if reserved early in the build schedule.
NCV measurements were made upon the test subjects that indicated that some subjects were positive for CTS and some were within the normal range of healthy subjects.
Subjects entering the SB-509-601 trial with a median ENFD of less than 18 fibers/mm, a value that separates moderate from mild DN, demonstrated parallel improvement between median sensory (sural) NCV (delta 1.
The NCV is proving, however, that while the 21 to 39 age group may not typically attend church on a regular basis -- they are reading their Bible and their translation of choice is rapidly becoming the NCV.
New common shares of NCU will then be distributed to holders of NCV and new common shares of NTX will be distributed to holders of NTE.
The NCVS is the largest data collection on criminal victimization independent of crimes reported by law enforcement agencies to the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting Program (UCR)-the nation's other key measure of the extent and nature of crime in the United States.
He covers a historical and methodological review of the two measures; an analytical framework and major hypotheses for conceiving, exploring, and explaining the convergence; data, measurement, and analytical strategy; whether the UCR and NCVS are converging; and modeling convergence: investigation of factors.
Because the UCR and NCVS programs are conducted for different purposes, use different methods, and focus on somewhat different aspects of crime, the information they produce together provides a more comprehensive panorama of the nation's crime than either could produce alone.