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AIT

Abbreviation for:
adoptive immunotherapy
after-image transfer
anterior inferotemporal
antibody-incompatible transplantation (Medspeak-UK)
auditory integrated training
autoimmune thrombocytopaenia
autoimmune thyroiditis

AIT

Abbreviation for auditory integration training.
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Moore noted that AIT is experiencing organic growth on top of the growth brought by its recent acquisitions.
(6,7,9,13) AIT has been studied as a therapeutic modality to prevent exposure-related symptoms associated with each of the following types of allergens.
Lastly, I want to particularly thank Chairman Moriarty, Director Moy, and the team at the AIT for your trust in Taiwan and the promise of our longstanding friendship.
Though land records have been digitalised, they have yet to make any noticeable impact on AIT collection.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Nukulchai said, 'AIT is a neutral platform for regional engagements and it values international collaboration'.
Ait Menna a eu l'honneur de prendre la parole devant feu Sa Majeste le Roi Hassan II, en marge d'une inauguration d'un projet immobilier.
The AMA Taiwan 2017 tour featured an array of local musical groups performing with JSF, and AIT and the Taiwan musicians cross-posted videos of the performances.
Although PBUSE's Automatic Identification Technology (AIT) has been around a while, HQDA discovered that some units aren't using it for the unit level supply module.
Kyrgyzstan will mark Eid al-Fitr (Orozo Ait) on July 29, the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Kyrgyzstan said on July 23.
While the prevalence of thyroid dysfunction is reported to be high among the amiodarone-treated patients [3-5], amiodarone-induced thyrotoxicosis (AIT) is a serious side effect as it can cause recurrence of arrhythmias and heart failure that often require hospitalization [6, 7].
Now, researchers from the KG Jebsen - Centre of Exercise in Medicine at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim have found that just three short high-intensity sessions (AIT) per week can make for substantial differences in the fitness of inactive men.
The telephone survey involved a questionnaire administered to nurses at 43 primary care offices (35 family medicine, 4 pediatric, and 4 internal medicine) that administer allergen immunotherapy (AIT).