AILD


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AcronymDefinition
AILDAs I Lay Dying (novel/band)
AILDAngioimmunoblastic Lymphadenopathy with Dysproteinaemia
AILDAlcohol-Induced Liver Disease
AILDAngioimmunoblastic Lymphadenopathy with Dysgammaglobulinemia
AILDAmiodarone-Induced Lung Disease
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Cases were prospectively recruited between October 2013 and June 2017 using an electronic database of AILD, which was established in October 2013.
Patients with APS-1 always developed SS, anemia, diabetes, alopecia, vitiligo, gastritis, and AIH, the last one affecting up to 20% of APS-1 patients [54], which provides a possible connection between AILD and some endocrine-associated autoimmune diseases.
Given the material lag that separated rural Mississippians from many differently situated Southerners, it is no wonder that the Bundrens--the embodiment of a South within a South--seem determined to get to "town" (AILD 13; 28; 92).
about the mules' knees, yellow"; earlier the river appears to Tull as "just a tangle of yellow" (AILD, 93, 80).
And as AILD's music makes clear, there are plenty of situations in the world begging for forgiveness.
AILD's five-star new album is titled An Ocean Between Us ...
David Shichor provides a much needed critical analysis aild evaluation of the privatization movement in corrections today.
Stuart James Grant, who left the property to nine charities aild schools when she died in August 1990.
As for future growth, Marsh Supermarkets plans to stay within a 300-mile radius of its distribution facilities in Ohio (Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus aild Dayton) and in Fort Wayne and other northern Indiana areas.
Autoimmune liver diseases (AILDs) include a broad range of autoimmune disorders affecting the liver and biliary system, with primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC), primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), and autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) being the classic types of AILD.
Addie Bundren, too, denounced the power of words, as she knew that a word can be a trap, "just a shape to fill a lack" (AILD 172): she passionately refused to be made their instrument.