PVD


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PVD

Peripheral vascular disease, see there.

PVD

Abbreviation for peripheral vascular disease.

PVD

Abbreviation for peripheral vascular disease.
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Rapidly developing healthcare industry is expected to drive the Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) market in this region
All patients had prior treatment with Revlimid with the majority being Revlimid refractory (71% in the PVd arm vs 69% in the Vd arm) and 70% vs 66%, respectively, were refractory to their last treatment.
Although PVD usually causes no vision loss and often requires no treatment, it can result in some sight-stealing consequences.
According to these studies, intravitreal SF6 and C3F8 injections seem to be almost equally efficacious in causing PVD, even though they have different specific qualities.
Khodaei and Faez [11] in 2012 proposed a steganography method using both PVD and LSB substitution.
Table 6 represents the comparison of the proposed technique with the adaptive PVD technique in [26] and hybrid techniques in [27, 28].
For the first piece (Test piece A), finishing was done using a bulk sanding roller mounted onto a spindle of a Roland Modela CNC milling machine, followed by metallization that was achieved by physical vapor deposition (PVD) treatment.
4 it can be seen that the smallest material volume removed was recorded in the samples with ground surfaces prior to the deposition of the thin film PVD on the treated sample surface.
It's encircled with a polished stainless steel with black PVD engraved bezel and a polished stainless steel with black PVD case.
The open case offers a breathtaking view of the dial and its exceptional finishes: A 12-hour GMT counter at 6 o'clock, a wide date display at 12 o'clock, and rose PVD indexes applied to a brown and copper satin-finish surface.
This separation culminates in total posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) unless it is complicated by one of the vitreomacular interface (VMI) pathologies such as epiretinal membrane (ERM), vitreomacular adhesion (VMA), vitreomacular traction (VMT), full-thickness macular hole (FTMH), lamellar macular hole (LMH), or pseudohole.