PLT


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PLT

 
psittacosis--lymphogranuloma venereum--trachoma; see under group.

PLT

psittacosis-lymphogranuloma venereum-trachoma (group); see Chlamydia.

PLT

Abbreviation for:
partial liver transplantation
platelet
primed lymphocyte test
protected learning time, see there  
protein loading test

PLT

psittacosis-lymphogranuloma venereum-trachoma (group).
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In the September 2016 quarter, there were 11,200 PLT arrivals with approved work visas.
If earlier, when submitting an application, an applicant was also required to submit a number of documents and pass a number of procedures, the PLT makes it possible to define among countries a single standard that simplifies these procedures," Rahimov noted.
The EMB reported that the PLT Cove area had even already been planted with frog grass.
The ingredient has a very low molecular weight, according to PLT, allowing it to be fully digested and enhancing bioefficacy.
001) and PLT was significantly higher in the young-old (65-74 years) group of females ( P < 0.
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A reduction in PLT count is an independent risk factor for critically ill patients in intensive care unit (ICU).
6 MPV is a simple platelet (PLT) index and the combined use of MPV and PLT distribution width (PDW) is a more specific marker of PLT activation, which could more efficiently predict PLT activation.
In SA, an NFC programme for PLT is feasible because end-stage chronic liver disease, mostly caused by biliary atresia, is a relatively rare condition in children.
Statistically significant differences were observed for mean values of PLT and PCT for groups II, III and IV in contrast to the control group at the level of p [less than or equal to] 0.
They present evidence from the ex post data that the Fed follows a hybrid rule that is closer to strict PLT rather than the standard Taylor rule, which they associate with inflation targeting (IT).
PLT estimates are routinely performed using a 100X oil objective in an area of the smear where the red blood cells (RBCs) barely touch.