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HPB,

abbreviation for high blood pressure. See hypertension.

HPB

Abbreviation for:
Health Partnership Board 
hypophyseal portal blood
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With the HPB agents, FNH typically demonstrates avid enhancements on the arterial phase.
La sensibilidad y la especificidad de la AAF en el diagnostico de la HPB y PC fueron evaluadas en los dieciseis casos en que se realizo el diagnostico definitivo por biopsia.
Al respecto, un estudio inicial liderado por Hong (23) demostro que la concentracion prostatica total de un fitoestrogeno denominado genisteina se encontraba disminuida en los pacientes con HPB (65,43 [+ o -] 17,05 ng/mL), comparados con los individuos de control considerados sanos por criterios microscopicos (86,96 [+ o -] 37,75 ng/mL; p = 0,032).
Though relatively under-researched, it has been proposed that men's lack of HPB is related to their relative inability to interpret symptoms appropriately (Courtenay, 2000b).
The oriented heterogeneous domains of HPB and BSPA acted as short-fiber reinforcements of their DGEBA matrices, resulting in improved stress-strain properties and fracture energies ([G.
HPB are actions taken to promote health and prevent further decompensation of the existing disease state (Stuifbergen & Rogers, 1997).
With 34,000 current investors, HPB tries to offer some of the attractions of a holiday home, without worries of maintenance, security and eventual resale which concern many second home owners.
HPB also decided to let sleeping dogs lie and withhold information from the Inquiry.
Among the company's products are liquid colorant systems for extrusion, injection molding and blow molding; specialized color systems for PET and other resins; liquid color additive packages; complete liquid color systems, including custom-matched liquid colors, containerization and advanced metering equipment for accurate and controlled color dispensing; and FDA, EEC and HPB compliant colorants.
As early as seven years after a product has received HPB approval, a generic version can be on the market.
This new edition has been completely rewritten by world-leading surgeons to reflect the considerable advances made in the surgical management of HPB disorders since the highly successful first edition.