MUMPS


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AcronymDefinition
MUMPSMassachusetts General Hospital Utility Multi-Programming System
MUMPSMulti-User MEMS Processing System
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Well, these kind of mumps is a kind of a harrow, as you may say -- and it ain't no slouch of a harrow, nuther, you come to get it hitched on good.
Why, he'll say, 'It's a great pity, but my church matters has got to get along the best way they can; for my niece has been exposed to the dreadful pluribus-unum mumps, and so it's my bounden duty to set down here and wait the three months it takes to show on her if she's got it.
But I'm so used to talking to Mumps, an' he doesn't mind a bit o' cheating, when it's them skinflint women, as haggle an' haggle, an'
It also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Mumps and special features on late-stage and discontinued projects.
Doctors say mumps often spreads at universities and other places where young people mix socially.
Mumps is a viral infection that primarily affects the salivary glands.
Idaho has 21 confirmed cases of mumps as of Friday, six in the Boise area.
We've received children with mumps from Chilanzar, Yunus-Abad, Mirobadsky and Yakkasarsky districts.
Vaccination for mumps has been in use in industrialized countries for decades (2).
Reported cases of mumps during the five-week period was much higher with eight in Wrexham, seven in Flintshire, two in Denbighshire and one in Conwy.
Research suggests more than 3,000 10 to 16-year-olds in Wolverhampton either have not been immunised or completed their course of vaccinations - putting them at increased risk of catching measles, mumps or rubella.
The Directorate of Public Health announced that it had supplied people in 'li with two doses of mumps vaccine in a precautionary measure to protect the community from diseases.