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PLT

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

Abbreviation for:
partial liver transplantation
platelet
primed lymphocyte test
protected learning time, see there  
protein loading test
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Often mistaken as suppliers' responsibility, PLT is a four-step process that includes post-award administration, manufacturing, testing and inspection, and delivery acceptance that involves multiple players ranging from acquisition specialists and suppliers to inspectors, military engineering support activities and the Defense Contract Management Agency.
Preoperative patient data included age, gender, etiology of cirrhosis, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, Child-Pugh classification, the longitudinal spleen diameter, the main portal vein diameter, spleneolus, hemoglobin levels, the PLT count, prothrombin time, and levels of total bilirubin, plasma albumin, alanine aminotransferase, blood urea nitrogen, creatinine, laminin, precollagen III, collagen IV, and hyaluronidase.
Certain studies on the inflammatory process during ectopic pregnancy have revealed an increase in the levels of markers, such as platelet count (PLT), platelet distribution width (PDW), and neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR); in the recent years, these have been particularly recommended for the follow-up of treatment and for determining surgical requirement during ectopic pregnancy.10-13 In this study, our objective was to study the usage of recommended hematologic parameters for evaluating the success of single-dose methotrexate administration treating ectopic pregnancy.
According to Paul Flowerman, chairman of PLT Health Solutions, the appointment of Seth Flowerman as president is an acknowledgement of his role in the company's growth.
In general, rock specimens of PLT can be applied to cores (the diametral and axial tests), spheres, blocks, and irregular lumps.
Patients without complications exhibited significantly shortened activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT), decreased platelet (PLT) count, and increased D-dimer (D-D) level compared with controls (P <0.01).
Rahimov noted that the legal compliance of Azerbaijan's law "On Patents" with the legal norms of the PLT was studied jointly with the WIPO.
Our exposure of interest was pre-operative platelet (PLT, [10.sup.3]/microliter) to white blood cell (WBC, number of WBC/microliter) ratio (PLT/WBC), categorized as quintiles.
Table 1: Na, K, mean PLT volume (MPV), PLT count, and PH changes in PCs inoculated with S.
United States-based PLT Health Solutions Incorporated, is introducing a new liquid-stable extended release caffeine ingredient, it was reported yesterday.