ChM


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ChM

 (L.)
Chirur´giae Magis´ter (Master of Surgery).

ChM

Abbreviation for Master of Surgery (Chirurgiae Magister).

ChM

Abbreviation for:
Chirurgiae Magister (Master of Surgery) (Medspeak-UK)

CHM

A gene on chromosome X21.2 that encodes component A of the RAB geranylgeranyl transferase holoenzyme, which binds unprenylated Rab GTPases and then presents them to the catalytic Rab GGTase subunit for the geranylgeranyl transfer reaction.

Molecular pathology
CHM mutations cause choroideremia (i.e., tapetochoroidal dystrophy).

ChM

Abbrev. for Master of Surgery.
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The majority of women diagnosed with CHM (89.3%, 25/28), showed snowstorm appearance (p = 0.005) [Table 2].
However, even without the maternal tissue control, the presence of homozygosity at all STR loci in villous tissue establishes a diagnosis of a homozygous androgenetic CHM. In this situation, androgenicity is inferred (because alleles cannot be confirmed as nonmaternal) and supported because this pattern is only obtained in purely androgenetic conceptions (when sufficient loci are tested, nonmolar conceptions never have purely homozygous loci).
As an exercise, each participant was assigned a Bioland test site to be able to experience the functionality of the tool, and design mock CHM web sites for their respective countries.
CHM's 1,500 service stations throughout Morocco were set for improvement under a separate project.
Stratified by age group, the incidence rates of chronic hepatitis in the 18-39-year group and 40-59-year group which used CHM were 13.12 and 15.17 per 1,000 person-years, respectively, which was lower than those in the comparison cohort (20.96 and 23.94 per 1,000 person-years).
The portions of patients prescribed CHM, pharmaceuticals, and combination of both were 28.4, 43.8, and 27.8%, respectively.
These cardiovascular health metrics (CHMs) are 1) not smoking, 2) being physically active, 3) having normal blood pressure, 4) having normal blood glucose, 5) being of normal weight, 6) having normal cholesterol levels, and 7) eating a healthy diet (2).
Es importante resaltar que, al analizar las muestras bajo microscopia electronica de barrido, se observo que el espesor de la capa de cemento presente en la obturacion en la CHM fue significativamente menor que el encontrado en la CL.
Therefore, the aim of this study was to show the value of VNTR amplification for genotyping of CHM and PHM.
CHm dynamically learns about the sensors in its cluster as the sensors report to the cluster head.
It is miscible in xylene with the PDMS containing vinyl group of 10 mol% and the HSO to prepare easily the CHM by silicon-hydrogen addition reaction at room temperature by means of casting solution method.
Such miRNAs have potential as molecular markers for complete hydatidiform mole (CHM), which is usually diploid and androgenetic in origin.