OAC


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OAC

Abbreviation for oculoauriculovertebral dysplasia (syndrome).
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Third-placed Shane Rogers (OAC) was one fish adrift on peg 30 after netting 173-6-0 of carp to over 12lb.
The protocol and technique for Ophthalmic Artery Chemosurgery (OAC) has been described in detail previously.7 Intravitreal Melphalan was administered according to established guidelines.
When the securities comprising the units begin separate trading, the class A ordinary shares and warrants are expected to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbols 'OAC' and 'OAC WS,' respectively.
Warfarin, the only OAC previously available, is a vitamin-K antagonist that requires regular therapeutic drug monitoring and dose adjustment at specialized VHA anticoagulation clinics.
Al Siraj win Al Siraj Holdings scored a crushing 8-wicket win over Sam Royals in an H Division match at OAC 3 ground.
The director of the Hometown Career & Technology Center (HCTC) announced the dates for the fall LAC and OAC meetings.
Jeffree et al (7) reported that the most important side effect of OAC use is bleeding and vital problems can be experienced according to the severity of the bleeding.
Generally, OAC is recommended for anyone with a score of 2 or higher and may be considered for a score of 1.
PPG and OAC created the scholarship to support students striving to join the community of opticians in Canada.
The president said the OAC would be an exclusive governmental institute responsible for the country's marine affairs that were formerly managed by 22 different organizations.
The study included 80,948 AF patients with no baseline diagnosis of dementia who were prescribed an OAC and an equal number of propensity-matched, dementia-free AF patients not on OAC therapy.
More males (n=12) than females (n=6) were affected by oroantral communication (OAC) (p value=0.031).