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AcronymDefinition
ACHAutomated Clearing House
AcHAlcohol
ACHArkansas Children's Hospital (Little Rock, AR)
ACHAir Changes per Hour (ventilation)
ACHAcetylcholine
ACHAssociation for Computers and the Humanities
ACHAdult Care Home
ACHAchondroplasia
ACHAll Children's Hospital (St. Petersburg, FL)
ACHAdvanced Combat Helmet
ACHAcute Care Hospital (various locations)
ACHAccess Channel
ACHArmy Community Hospital
ACHAircraft Hangar (USAF bare base deployable aircraft shelter)
ACHAngeles Crest Highway (California SR2)
ACHArmada de Chile (Spanish: Chilean Navy)
ACHAdrenal Cortical Hormone
ACHAmerican College of Heraldry
ACHAutomated Charge
ACHAttempts per Circuit per Hour
ACHAssociation Coopération Humanitaire (French: Humanitarian Cooperation Association; est. 1992)
ACHAgent Charge (freight forwarding)
ACHAmerican Clearinghouse
ACHAbove Counter Height (construction blueprints)
ACHAssault Craft Helmet (Gentex)
ACHAntenna Selection Reference Signal Channel
ACHAdler-Coppersmith-Hasner (algorithm)
ACHACCS Common Hardware
ACHAverage Call Handle (time; call center metric)
ACHAlpha-Cellulose Hydrolysis
ACHAuckland City Hospital (New Zealand)
ACHAnything Can Happen (various meanings)
ACHAcademic Credit Hours
ACHAssociation of Children's Hospices (UK)
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Achondroplasia presents a number of important challenges to the anaesthetist because of characteristic physical and anatomical abnormalities.
Along with peculiar features in the structure of the tibial muscles in the patients with achondroplasia revealed by US examination, there were considerable anatomical differences that were well visualized with contrast radiography, as it was possible to determine the length of the muscle belly, its thickness, and some structural features.
However, we mischaracterized her position on genetic testing for achondroplasia.
He had shown the stigmata of achondroplasia from the neonatal period, and his motor milestones were slightly delayed, which is usual in subjects with achondroplasia.
Patients with spinal stenosis caused by spinal trauma or achondroplasia may need surgery at a young age.
They also showed that in almost all cases of achondroplasia, the mutation consists of an alteration of exactly the same nucleotide, one of DNA's basic building blocks.
ism called achondroplasia which means her limbs are out of proportion with the rest of her body, was overjoyed to meet gymnastic idol Louis Smith at the recent And the 11-year-old, of Haverfordwest, who was born with a form of dwarf-west, dwarf ism called achondroplasia which means her limbs are out of proportion with the rest of her body, was overjoyed to meet gymnastic idol Louis Smith at the recent live Tumble final.
False achondroplasia is an autosomal recessive skeletal dysplasia that results in micromelic short stature, severe brachydactyly with markedly lax small joints and malalignment of lower limbs due to laxity of large joints.
Shelbie was born with Trisomy 9-P, a life-limiting condition, while Hamish has achondroplasia, otherwise known as dwarfism.
Mum June Townshend was born with achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism.
During Coldplay's final song, 'Every Teardrop is a Waterfall', water from fountains symbolised the dousing of the Paralympic flame, which was extinguished by 17-year-old Ellie Simmonds, who was born with achondroplasia, and Jonnie Peacock, 19, who lost the lower half of his right leg at five-years-old to a meningitis-related infection.
Simmonds, who was born with achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism, said: "I'd love to go to Rio.