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sinusoidal obstruction syndrome

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A disruption in the normal flow of venous blood from the sinusoids of the liver and the hepatic venules. It occurs primarily after hematopoietic ("stem") cell transplantation and is characterized by enlargement of the liver, right upper quadrant pain, jaundice, and massive fluid retention in the peritoneum (ascites) within the first three weeks after transplantation. It was formerly known as veno-occlusive disease of the liver.
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Another campaign for the Children's Day will include free rides to and from SOS Children's Villages for riders who wish to join Uber's team for celebrating the day with the children of SOS.
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Margaret Young of SOS said: "Thank you to everyone that has taken a dog from SOS.
The winning jacket will be featured in the Chefwear catalog and a portion of the proceeds from sales will go to SOS.
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Bringing SMI into the International SOS group of companies allows us to develop a global medical kit and pharmaceuticals distribution capability and further enhances our ability to provide clients with fully integrated medical supply chain, staffing and medical and security assistance services worldwide," says Arnaud Vaissie, Chairman and CEO, International SOS.