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Acronym References

What is GTT ?
One of the forms of making and taking liquid drugs in pharmacy is drops (abbreviated Gtt) such as acetaminophen drops. Drops except Pediatric Drugs in eye medications - nose and earphones are also widely used. In medicine drops have a standard shape that equals one CC (ML) every twenty drops. Graded injection syringes can be used if you need to know the exact amount of medication or other fluid in milliliters (CC)....
What is FX ?
Bone fracture (abbreviated F UR or Fx ، fx or...
What is CMR ?
Cardiac Magnetic Resonance
Cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging (r RA، also known as RAR cardiac) is a non-invasive imaging technique of the function and structure of the cardiovascular system. The sequence OFR Andr has been adapted for heart imaging using (ECG) and high time resolution protocols. Development is an active field of research and we continue to see a rapid expansion of new and emerging techniques.

MRI of the cardiovascular supplement other methods of imaging, such as SUNO X-ray, etc., CT scan, cardiac, medical and nuclear. This method plays an important role in evidence-based diagnostic and therapeutic pathways in cardiovascular disease. Applications of CMR include the evaluation of disease coronary arteries, etc. diseases of the muscles, the heart, inflammation of the muscles, heart, overflow and a lot of iron in the blood, vascular disease and congenital disease of the heart. This is a reference standard for assessing the structure and function of the heart.and for diagnosis and surgery in complex congenital heart diseases. very valuable.< < > associated with vasodilator stress( vasodilation) it plays a role in the diagnosis and description of myocardial ischemia (coronary artery disease) due to disease in the epicardial and microcardial arteries. Reinforcement of late gadolinium( EGE) and mapping1 1 to myocardial infarction and fibrosis (fibrous spoilage) allow for diagnosis of cardiomyopathy and assessment of viability. magnetic resonance neingiography may be performed with or without contrast and is used to evaluate maternal or acquired abnormalities of coronary arteries and large vessels.< < > barriers to wider application including limited access to well-equipped scanners lack of technicians and physicians with the skills to run a service relatively high costs and competitive diagnostic procedures....
What is MOH ?
Milk of Magnesia
Magnesium hydroxide 2 (oh) 2 or milk magnesium (mom) therapeutic category: enti acid and laxative. < < > stomach ulcers reflux and constipation. Anti-acids are used to treat symptomatic del shvbh with a lot of acid (burning SO digestion caused by acid and sour).

magnesium hydroxide as an anti-acid, etc. through chemical, stomach acid available to neutralize the track, but directly on the acid production does not affect. This effect increases PH the contents of the stomach and thus relieves My stomach acidity (sour). Magnesium hydroxide and magnesium oxide anti-acids are fast-acting but luminium hydroxide is slow-acting.long-term use in addition to causing dependence and reducing the absorption of certain medications and vitamins can cause gastrointestinal infections and urinary stones. Sleeping pollution, hypotension, diarrhea, , reducing the number of breath and heartbeat, sweating....
What is PXE ?
PseudoXanthoma Elasticum
Pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE) is a genetic disease that causes mineralization of elastic fibers in some tissues. The most common problems arise in the skin and eyes, and later in blood vessels in the form of premature atherosclerosis. PXE is caused by autosomal recessive mutations in the ABCC6 gene on the short arm of chromosome 16 (16p13.1).

Usually, pseudoxanthoma elasticum affects the skin first, often in childhood or early adolescence. Small, yellowish papular lesions form and cutaneous laxity mainly affect the neck, axillae (armpits), groin, and flexural creases (the inside parts of the elbows and knees). Skin may become lax and redundant. Many individuals have \"oblique mental creases\" (horizontal grooves of the chin)...
What is BMP ?
Bone Morphogenetic Protein
Protein bone morphogenes a family of relative proteins with a range of complementary roles got its name from family members who are important in bone formation....
What is PTSD ?
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-psychiatric stress disorder or post-event stressful disorder (PTSD) is a syndrome or syndrome that occurs after observing a direct experience or hearing of a stressor and A severe stressor that can lead to real death or death threats or a serious accident....
What is TLE ?
Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
Temporal lobe epilepsy or temporal lobe epilepsy (lbe) is a chronic disorder of the nervous system characterized by recurrent and incurable focal seizures that originate from the temporal lobe of the brain and lasts about a minute or two. This type of epilepsy is the most common form of epilepsy with focal seizures. Focal seizures in the temporal lobe may also spread to other areas of the brain، if this contagion will become bilateral focal seizures.temporal lobe epilepsy is usually diagnosed in childhood or adolescence. This type of epilepsy is diagnosed by examining the medical background ، blood test and brain imaging, etc. It can have a variety of causes, such as head injuries strokes brain infections، structural lesions in the brain or brain tumors or it can have other unknown causes. ...