OAC


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OAC

Abbreviation for oculoauriculovertebral dysplasia (syndrome).
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But the Swedish registries also enabled investigators to zero in on the impact of OAC in patients who were actually medication adherent over time.
She also pointed to tweets and retweets by Pete Hodge, a Cardiffbased OAC preacher who opposes same sex marriage, transgender rights and abortion.
She also pointed to tweets and retweets by Pete Hodge, a Cardiff-based OAC preacher who opposes same-sex marriage, transgender rights and abortion.
If your neighbor is a 58-year-old male with no other stroke risk factors his score would be zero placing him in a very low risk group for stroke and reasonable not to use OAC.
He is also a sculptor, designer, and artist who volunteers to supervise classes and manage the annual exhibit of client artwork for the OAC.
One of the most frequently studied antecedents of OAC is leader-member exchange (LMX; Meyer et al.
Risk of stroke is based on when long-term OAC treatment is planned.
The first decision dismissed four of the NOVs, including the one that charged the owner with improperly acting as an OAC.
We report a case of very late ST in a patient presenting with hematemesis, while taking the combination of aspirin and OAC therapy.
OAC "ruffians" spit in the faces of UO students and "used clubs that were five or six inches in thickness.
Organizational representatives on the OAC board of directors are: B.