CHMS


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CHMS

Abbreviation for:
central health and miscellaneous services (Medspeak-UK)
Council for Heads of Medical Schools (Medspeak-UK)
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CHMs, including the early forms, which lack a maternal genetic contribution, have absent (or very limited) p57 expression in villous cytotrophoblast and villous stromal cells (Figure 5, A).
Long-Term Application of Toxic Drug in China and Current Status of Toxic CHM Research
Among all occupational groups combined, 3.5% of workers met all seven CHMs (score = 7).
CHMs are generally diploid and androgenetic in origin, all 46 chromosomes being derived from the father.
Their cross-linking densities increased and flexibilities decreased with increasing the SR-FVI content in the CHMs. Additionally, the hybrid membrane shows certain obvious brittleness when the SR-FVI content in the CHMs is up to 50 wt%, but it has still fairly good strength which is needed to determine the permeability.
Conclusion: These findings showed that sonography is an effective diagnostic tool in the diagnosis of molar pregnancies; however it is more sensitive in the diagnosis of CHM than PHM.
CHMS & ALP's core business of custom sterile liquid manufacturing clients in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries is served by the company's main facility in Woodstock, Illinois.
RxSheets.com is a developer of on-line pharmaceutical sampling services; CHMS provides contract sales and marketing programs to the health care arena.
Altogether, 18,025 (10,007 CHMs and 8,018 NCHMs) first-parity singleton live births with complete information were included in the analysis.
Moreover, the demonstration on relations between clusters of CHMs is helpful in recognizing which CHMs were prescribed to extend the coverage of TCM syndromes as an adjuvant therapy.
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Gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD) is a spectrum of disorders extending from premalignant conditions of hydatidiform mole, which can be further classified into partial (PHM) and complete (CHM) hydatidiform mole, to malignant conditions including invasive mole, choriocarcinoma, and placental site trophoblastic tumor (PSTT).