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APT

AntiPlatelet Trialists. A meta-analysis of 145 prospective controlled trials of antiplatelet therapy administered post myocardial infarction, stroke, or TIA, or given to patients with a positive cardiovascular history (vascular surgery, angioplasty, angina, etc).
Conclusion ±25% reduction in each category, and a trend toward decreased risk with aspirin doses of ≤325 mg/day.

apperceptive personality test

(a″pĕr-sep′tiv),

APT

A test used to assess attitudes, moods, and perceptions. The person tested examines a series of images and is asked to construct a story about each of them.
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Next, they rated the dimensions of text perception and, consequently, novelty and aptness of the metaphor.
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its manifesting epistemic virtue or competence; and its aptness, i.
The increase in the figures proves the resiliency of Turkish companies and the aptness of economic measures Turkey had taken," said Murat Yalcintas, ITO chairman.
George V's diary is a prosaic, dutiful work, but Carter's quotations from it are transmuted by her own lively aptness.
All doubts about her aptness for the role are dismissed.
The sugary plot could easily have proved too sickly but was helped by some sharp performances - and, weirdly, political aptness.
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Kroc, the multimillionaire founder and senior chairman of McDonald's Corporation as I had come to know him in the 12 months I spent helping him write his autobiography, she too might have found a delightful aptness in the derivation.