AEM

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AcronymDefinition
AEMAssociation of Equipment Manufacturers
AEMAdvanced Engine Management
AEMAdobe Experience Manager (software)
AEMApplied and Environmental Microbiology (journal)
AEMAgnico-Eagle Mines (Canada)
AEMAgnico-Eagle Mines Limited
AEMActive Energy Manager (software)
AEMApplied Economics and Management (education)
AEMAdvanced Engineering Mathematics
AEMAcademic Emergency Medicine (journal)
AEMAgricultural Environmental Management (New York)
AEMAgricultural Economics and Management (various locations)
AEMAzienda Energetica Municipale (Milano, Italy)
AEMAkademie für Ethik in der Medizin (German)
AEMAirborne Electromagnetic
AEMAgence pour l'Emploi des Militaires (French: Military Employment Agency)
AEMAerospace Engineering and Mechanics
AEMAnalytical Electron Microscopy
AEMAssociation Européenne des Elus de Montagne (French: European Association of Elected Representatives from Mountain Regions; est. 1991)
AEMAnnals of Emergency Medicine
AEMAmis des Enfants du Monde (French: Friends of the Children of the World; est. 1975)
AEMAlkali-Earth Metal
AEMAzienda Energetica Metropolitana (Torino, Italy)
AEMAnion-Exchange Membrane (fuel cell technology)
AEMAsia Europe Meeting
AEMAutomated Electrified Monorail
AEMAviation Electrician's Mate (military classification)
AEMAnimal Enclosure Module
AEMAcoustic Emission Monitoring
AEMAntigen Enterprise Manager (Microsoft)
AEMAutomatic Emulation Management
AEMAsociación de Estudiantes de Medicina (Association of Medical Students, Guatemala)
AEMAnother Electronic Musician (band)
AEMAbnormal Eye Movement
AEMAdvanced Effect Maker (software)
AEMActive Electrode Monitor
AEMArt Educators of Minnesota (Prior Lake, MN)
AEMActive Employment Measures
AEMAuger Electron Microscopy
AEMAssociate Emergency Manager
AEMAutomatic Exchange Mechanism
AEMAisin Europe Manufacturing (various locations)
AEMArsenal Exchange Model
AEMApplied Electromagnetics, Inc (Hampton, VA)
AEMArchivo Eclesiastico Metropolitano
AEMAccident & Emergency Medicine (UK)
AEMAnti-Epileptic Medicine (neurology)
AEMAmbulatory Electrocardiographic Monitoring
AEMAssembly Evaluation Method
AEMApplications Explorer Missions (satellite)
AEMArea Emergency Manager
AEMAgroforestry Estate Model
AEMAdvertising Expenditure Measurement
AEMAerospace Engineering and Maintenance
AEMArchitect-Engineer-Management (type of contract)
AEMApplication Evaluation Matrix
AEMAlternative Examination Method
AEMAdaptive Energy Management
AEMAntenna Element Manager
AEMAircraft Engine Mechanic
AEMAncillary Equipment Module
AEMAnalog Electronics Module
AEMAutomatic Experimental Monitoring
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Therefore, whether or not individuals with depressive disorder have abnormal eye movement functions requires further exploration, and the relatonship between these eye movement indices and symptoms also deserves further research.
In patients with injury in temporal region, lid edema, ecchymosis was present in 3 patients, orbital fracture in 1 patient, pupil abnormality in 3 patients, third nerve involvement in 1 patient, abnormal eye movement in 2 patients & papilloedema in 4 patients.
Familial agenesis of the cerebellar vermis, A syndrome of episodic hyperapnea, abnormal eye movements, ataxia and retardation.
He had mental-motor retardation, intellectual disability, hypotonia, abnormal eye movements, developmental delay as a newborn, moderate hearing loss, autism, and a "molar tooth sign" on performing brain imaging.
The basic symptoms that emerge in the first months of life are in the form of hypotonia, developmental delay, abnormal eye movements, and an altered respiratory pattern [40].
* Eye disorders (sudden blindness, retinal detachment, eye hemorrhage, abnormal eye movements)
Joubert Syndrome can be identified on axial magnetic resonance imaging as the molar tooth sign (MTS); other criteria include intellectual disability, hypotonia, and often, abnormal respiratory pattern and/or abnormal eye movements. The clinical course can be variable, but most children with this condition survive infancy to reach adulthood.
The clinical examination revealed nystagmus with abnormal eye movements, small optic discs, frontal bossing, upturned nasal tip, recurrent episodes of hyperpnoea and developmental delay.
Symptoms include: | Persistent/recurrent headache | Persistent/recurrent vomiting | Balance/co-ordination/ walking problems | Abnormal eye movements | Blurred or double vision | Behaviour change | Fits or seizures | Abnormal head position such as wry neck, head tilt or stiff neck | For more information: contact www.headsmart.org.uk
The most typical symptoms of brain tumour in children and young people include persistent or recurring vomiting, persistent or recurring headaches, deteriorating, blurred or double vision, poor balance and co-ordination, abnormal eye movements, fits or seizures and behavioural changes, especially tiredness.
Minamata victims suffer from tremors, abnormal eye movements and other severe neurological impairment.
Washington, July 03 (ANI): Abnormal eye movements and other sensorimotor and neurobehavioral impairments appear common in unaffected family members of individuals with autism, finds a new study.
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