abdominojugular test

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abdominojugular test

A clinical manoeuvre for measuring jugular venous pressure based on distension of the internal jugular vein in response to pressure placed on the abdomen or liver. A positive abdominojugular test correlates with pulmonary capillary wedge pressure, right ventricular pressure and left ventricular ejection fraction.
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AJR Transportation brings freight management expertise and best practices that can be leveraged across the GlobalTranz network, helping to improve operational excellence.
The AJR study serves as a follow-up to the Mayo Clinic's prospective, blinded study that was published in the AJR last year that showed MBI yields superior imaging to a mammogram and low-radiation exposure comparable to that of a mammogram, and that MBI also:
The AJR study compares the absolute increase of MBI sensitivity to similarly designed studies for ultrasound, tomosynthesis and MRI.
However neither those resolutions, nor AJR 32 have any legal or political significance.
AJR Am J Roentgenol 2007;189:W331-7http://dx.doi.org/10.2214/AJR.07.2267.
In Sutton, town counsel wrote to the Planning Board that the gas station portion of the project was not an allowed use in the office/light industrial zone where it was proposed, and AJR sought approval under a more general categorization.
The piece was written by a freelancer, and AJR management was stunned to discover that its libel insurance did not cover freelance writers.
Both AJR and CJR have benefited in recent years from a fundraising project led by former Philadelphia Inquirer executive editor Eugene Roberts, who has headed a group of news veterans in raising some $2.5 million for both publications since 2004.
n THE ECHO was put in touch with Eric Strach by the Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR), which can be contacted via www.
More recently, Acemoglu, Johnson, and Robinson (2001), hereafter AJR, argue that geography and demography matter because they affect the quality of institutions: During colonialism, low-quality institutions were established in regions with high-population densities and low life expectancies.
The losses stem from the acquisition of AJR Guideline in January 2001.