sinusoidal obstruction syndrome

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sinusoidal obstruction syndrome

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SOS.

A disruption in the normal flow of venous blood from the sinusoids of the liver and the hepatic venules. It occurs primarily after hematopoietic ("stem") cell transplantation and is characterized by enlargement of the liver, right upper quadrant pain, jaundice, and massive fluid retention in the peritoneum (ascites) within the first three weeks after transplantation. It was formerly known as veno-occlusive disease of the liver.
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This, he said would mark a sharp decline of the amounts necessary to cover the running costs of SOS.
He said they would take initiatives for the jobs and marriages of educated kids of SOS. The DC announced that he would observe the Eidul Fitr with the SOS village kids.
The local election officials wound up feeling belittled, abused and abandoned by the SOS.
Another campaign for the Children's Day will include free rides to and from SOS Children's Villages for riders who wish to join Uber's team for celebrating the day with the children of SOS. Furthermore, Uber will be launching a series of UberGive campaigns in order to donate to SOS Children's Villages through its app.
IHS services include medical staffing and medical supply services, as well as clinics medical care that complement those of International SOS.
We hope that other clubs follow in the footsteps of SOS."
Estimation of SOS. There are several methods to extract SOS from the NDVI dataset.
It shows how the United States and Pakistan can work together to improve the lives of Pakistan's children" he said while joining with staff of the SOS Children's Village here in the federal capital to inaugurate a new English language laboratory at SOS.
BBC chiefs threatened to sue a handyman because his one-man firm sounded too much like its show DIY SOS.
Another young resident and hopeful future doctor, Christine, 14, says that her parents "had a problem" and so she came to SOS. She has been living at Kfarhay for seven years.
He also thanked to ALU for providing assistance to SOS.