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WHIM

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warts, hypogammaglobulinemia, infections, myelokathexis (WHIM syndrome)
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These overheard voices are often larger and richer than Jacobs, and he takes a risk in attempting to join them to his oddly cramped House of Whim.
Because the total stroke risk was identical in the hormone and the placebo groups in WHIMS participants, it appeared that strokes were not the reason for the increased risk of dementia and brain decay observed in the WHIMS participants.
After the estrogen plus progestin arm of the WHI was halted in 2002, WHIMS data published a year later showed an increased risk of dementia and no protection against MCI associated with estrogen plus progestin (JAMA 289[20]:2651-62, 2003).
After the estrogen plus progestin arm of the WHI was halted in 2002, WHIMS data published a year later showed an increased risk of dementia and no protection against mild cognitive impairment associated with estrogen plus progestin (JAMA 289120]:2651-62, 2003).
For example, results from the Women's Health Initiative Memory Study, or WHIMS, indicated that some 2,000 women past age 65 who received a combination of estrogen and progestin doubled, rather than reduced, their risk of dementia (SN: 5/31/03, p.
The family moved often, following the schooling and whims of Torregrosa's volatile father, Amaury, a doctor.
The industry standard in the step-up in death benefits is to lock in the benefit once or twice a year, usually on a contract anniversary date or another specified date, leaving the policyholder at the whims of the markets on those days.
It's not something you can do on the current whims of the market on a day-to-day or month-to-month basic.
Be slave to no emotion, and certainly not to the verbal whims of other people.
Before 1990, the quantity and quality of programs for young people were subject to the political climate and the whims of broadcasters.
In the atmosphere of the late '60s, the search for communal utopia produced among "the Fassbinder people," as in many other contexts, a dystopia ruled by the whims and eccentricities of its prime mover.
Sony Computer Entertainment America and third-party game suppliers intend to turn out eight to 10 new titles each month for the PlayStation, said Jim Whims, who has just been named the unit's executive vice president.