MILD


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AcronymDefinition
MILDMnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams
MILDMinimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression (medical procedure)
MILDMichigan Institute of Laundering and Drycleaning (Lansing, MI)
MILDMultiple Increase, Linear Decrease Algorithm
MILDMiscellaneous Interstitial Lung Disease (non-characterized lung disease)
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Banks's Mild - one of the most iconic names in the British beer world - is set to make a return to pubs, bars and off-licences after brewers said the surge in popularity of real ale had made mild cool again.
Hobsons Mild overwhelmed more than 50 other brews at the Great British Beer Festival, praised by judges for its hop character and "complex layers of taste".
But for some people--those who suffer from mild cognitive impairment--it is a potentially serious problem.
To screen OEF/OIF veterans for mild TBI, VA implemented in its medical facilities in April 2007 a computer-based screening tool to identify OEF/OIF veterans who may have a mild TBI.
Mild Seven hit the market in 1977 as a sister brand of the company's Seven Star, which was the most popular brand at the time.
The histopathology of the shoulder papule showed mild superficial perivascular inflammation without eosinophils.
25 million households eat only mild Cheddar, which Dairy Crest says is a significant opportunity.
Several studies have shown that patients with mild cognitive impairment progress to Alzheimer's disease at a higher rate than normal elderly patients.
The cough gradually progressed over the years and was now chronic, productive of yellow sputum, and associated with mild dyspnea.
Hose off every few weeks and clean periodically with mild detergent and water.
Mild depression or, as it's clinically known, dysthymia affects up to 35 million people in the United States, but only a fraction of them seeks treatment.