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ATS

 
American Thoracic Society.

ATS

Amblyopia Treatment Study. A trial comparing eyepatch to atropine drops in causing reversible vision impairment in the good eye in children with amblyopia, so the bad eye can catch up.
Conclusion Atropine was slightly less expensive than eye patching and had greater compliance.
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The 2019 Cadillac ATS Premium Performance is powered by an award-winning 3.6L V-6 engine SAE-rated at 335 hp.
Additional race-inspired componentry and systems, including segment exclusive Magnetic Ride Control adaptive suspension, limited-slip rear differential, performance cooling and performance tires, distinguish the Cadillac ATS Premium Performance as the ATS of choice for those aspiring incredible performance without a V-Series badge.
The Second Circuit's decision in Filartiga marked the beginning of the first generation of modern ATS application and redefining the statute as an effective weapon for international human rights standards.
Libyan Arab Republic (35) was the first major case to grapple with Filartiga's precedent, and its three divergent concurring opinions highlighted the complexity of the conflicting analysis of the ATS as of 1984.
Defending the Maharashtra ATS, Singh said that it had worked out the case on the basis of evidence which will be put through legal procedure.
"We will seek some additional reports from Mumbai ATS and Delhi police to know what exactly happened.
The ATS Valley School will focus on holistic learning that takes place as a result of challenges to the mind, body and spirit.
While overall development levels in many countries are climbing, and the lives of millions are improving, the spread of ATS use is a sad - and unnecessary - situation and one which must be tackled with immediate urgency."
Last year, ATS Medical's revenue from heart valve therapies grew 17.7 percent to $56 million.
What little we do know about the ATS's origins suggests that its principal motivation was to provide redress for offenses committed by U.S.
A team consisting of senior officers of the Military Intelligence including the Director General of Military Intelligence and senior officials of the ATS and Maharashtra police are said to interrogate the five army officers.
Torture Victim Protection Act of 1991 (TVPA),4 is related to the ATS and