AEC

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AECAustralian Electoral Commission
AECArchitecture, Engineering and Construction
AECAtomic Energy Commission (superseded by ERDA)
AECAtmos Energy Corporation (Kentucky)
AECARS Electronica Center
AECAlliance Entertainment Corporation (various locations)
AECAutomotive Electronics Council (vehicle standards)
AECAudiovox Electronics Corporation (VOXX International Corporation)
AECArancel Externo Común (Spanish: Common External Tariff; various locations)
AECASEAN Economic Community
AECAgile Expert Certified (course)
AECAssociation des États des Caraïbes (French: Association of Caribbean States)
AECAdvanced Energy Conversion (Schenectady, NY)
AECAmbulatory Emergency Care
AECAnimal Emergency Clinic (various locations)
AECAmerica East Conference (sports league)
AECAutomatic Exposure Control
AECAbsolute Eosinophil Count (blood)
AECAnnual Education Conference (various organizations)
AECArchitecture Engineering and Construction
AECAuthorized Education Center
AECArchitecture Electronic Creation
AECArbitrary Execution Control
AECAdvanced Engine Components
AECAcoustic Echo Cancellation
AECAcknowledgment Expiration Counter
AECAutomotive Engineering Company
AECAdvanced Event Correlation
AECAddress Enable Code
AECAdaptive Error Compensation
AECArmy Environmental Center
AECAfrican Economic Community
AECAmerican Eventing Championships
AECAtomic Energy Council (Taiwan)
AECAttestation of College Studies (degree; Canada)
AECAlabama Environmental Council (Birmingham, AL)
AECArchitectural Energy Corporation (Boulder, CO)
AECAmerican English Center (various locations)
AECArmy Environmental Command (US Army; formerly Army Environmental Center)
AECArt Ensemble of Chicago
AECArchitect, Engineer and Construction (industry sector)
AECAluminum Extruders Council
AECAccount Expiration Control (Joomla)
AECApplied Ergonomics Conference (annual conference)
AECArchitectural Engineering Consulting
AECAssociation Executives Council
AECAcademic Enrichment Center (University of Delaware; Newark, DE)
AECAboriginal Education Centre (various locations)
AECAssociation des Economistes Catholiques (French: Catholic Economists Association)
AECAutomatic Error Correction
AECAssessment and Evaluation Commission (Sudan)
AECAdult Education Committee (various organizations)
AECAquitaine Europe Communication (France)
AECAlaskan Engineering Commission (1914-1923)
AECAlberta Energy Company Ltd
AECArmy Evaluation Center (US Army; formerly EAC, Evaluation Analysis Center)
AECAssociation Européenne de Coaching (French: European Coaching Association; EU)
AECAcoustic Echo Control
AECAdvanced Electronics Company
AECArchives of the Episcopal Church
AECAtomic Energy Committee (Kazakhstan)
AECAll England Club
AECArea of Environmental Concern
AECAnkyloblepharon-Ectodermal Defects
AECAddress Element Correction (USPS)
AECAsian Economic Community
AECAssociation Executives Committee (various organizations)
AECAcoustic Echo Canceler
AECAuxiliary Emergency Comunications
AECAccounting Education Center (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants)
AECAlumni Executive Committee (various schools)
AECArmy Education Center
AECAssemblée Européenne des Citoyens (French: Assembly of European Citizens)
AECAlliant Energy Center (Madison, WI)
AECAsahi Kasei Engineering Corporation (Japan)
AECAssociation Européenne de Cyclosport (French: European Cyclosport Association)
AECArab Economic Council
AECAlabama Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Andalusia, AL)
AECAtelier d'Etudes Climatiques (French: Climate Studies Workshop)
AECAssociation of Exhibition Contractors
AECAsthma Education Centre (Canada)
AECAnnual Environmental Conference (various organizations)
AECAustralian Exhibitions and Conferences
AECAvionics Engineering Center
AECAdaptive Echo Cancellation
AECAmino Ethyl-Carbazole
AECAccount Expiration Component (software)
AECAdvanced Error Correction (CDS)
AECAssociation Européenne des Cheminots (French)
AECAnglican Episcopal Church
AECAssociate Enforcement Counsels
AECAutomated Electronic Classroom
AECArmy Electronics Command
AECAutomatic Engine Control
AECAssociation of Electric Cooperatives
AECAssociated Equipment Company, Ltd
AECAlternative Energy Coalition
AECArea Emergency Coordinator
AECAcoustic Echo Controller
AECAgency Emergency Coordinator
AECAeromedical Evacuation Crew (Air Force Instruction)
AECAgency of Environmental Conservation
AECAustralian Environmental Council
AECAutomatic Exhaust Control
AECChief Aviation Electrician's Mate (Naval Rating)
AECAcceptable Effluent Concentration
AECAcoustic Echo Control Equipment
AECAdult Earnings Change
AECAgriculture Executive Council
AECAssessment of Equipment Condition
AECAnalog Electronic Controls
AECArithmetic Element Controller
AECAegis Education Center
AECAft Equipment Compartment
AECAquatics Emergency Care (Award, Lifesaving Society of Canada)
AECAnger Engineering Co. (Milwaukee, WI)
AECAerial Experimental Component
AECAutomatic Edge Control
AECAFSCN Executive Council
AECAllied Environmental Consultants Ltd (Hong Kong)
AECAirborne Electronic Combat
AECArea Equipment Compound
AECAnno Emmanuelis Christi (Latin; epigraphy)
AECAsociación Experimental Cafetalera (Experimental Coffee Association, Guatemala)
AECAviation Electronics Combat
AECAlternate Equipment Custodian
AECAnime Enthusiast Club
AECAide aux Enfants Cambodgiens (French: Help for Children in Cambodia)
AECAgent-Environment Coordination
AECAutomatic Exciter Control
AECAnglican Essentials Canada, Inc (Milton, ON, Canada)
AECAtlas Educational Center
AECAble Enrichment Centre (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
AECAsian European Council (est. 1994)
AECARM (Atmospheric Radiation Measurement) Experiment Center (US Department of Energy)
AECAdvanced Environmental Corporation
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The primary result measure of this randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study is the change in blood absolute eosinophil count from Baseline to Week 12.
The primary outcome measure of this randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study is the change in blood absolute eosinophil count from Baseline to Week 12.
Demographic, clinical characteristics, and laboratory findings of the study groups EoE (+), EoE (-), n=15 n=14 P Age (median, min-max) 33.0 (18-44) 33.0(18-46) 0.7 Male gender (n, %) 14 (93.3) 13(92.9) 1.0 Atopic disease Asthma (n, %) 4 (26.7) - Allergic rhinitis (n, %) 3 (20.0) Other AD (n, %) 1 (6.7) Symptoms Dysphagia (n, %) 9 (60.0) Heartburn (n, %) 6 (40.0) Food impaction 2 (13.3) Laboratory/histopathological finding Peripheral blood eosinophilia 4 (26.7) (n, %) EC/hpf (esophageal biopsy) 40(15-100) (median, min-max) AEC (median, min-max) 285 (205-450) EREFS (median, min-max) 3.0(1.0-6.0) EoE: eosinophilic esophagitis; AD: allergic disease; EC: eosinophil count; hpf: high-power field; AEC: absolute eosinophil count; EREFS: Eosinophilic Esophagitis Endoscopic Reference Score Table 3.
In Table 18, Eosinophilia was seen in 6% (n=15) of the patients and 2.8% (n=7) of the patients had Eosinopenia and majority 91.2% (n=228) of the patients had normal Absolute Eosinophil Count.
The peripheral blood smear showed the prominence of eosinophilia (absolute eosinophil count: 12%).
However, multivariate analysis confirmed no difference of nasal NO levels in untreated versus ART-treated HIV-infected persons adjusting for clinical factors such as age, sex, time of NO measurement, BMI, and absolute eosinophil count. The multivariate analysis could not include healthy controls owing to missing information in several variables such as body mass index and absolute eosinophil count.
At annual visits, the severity of disease, total immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibody values, skin prick tests, specific IgE antibodies to food allergens and aeroallergens, and absolute eosinophil count were assessed.
Laboratory evaluations performed at that time showed a leukocyte count of 8.5 x 103 cells/[micro]L (reference range 3.4-10.8 x [10.sup.3] cells/[micro]L), hemoglobin level of 13.9 (reference range 11.1-15.9 g/dL), platelet count of 219 (reference range 150-3 79 x [10.sup.3] cells /[micro]L), and absolute eosinophil count of 2,300/[micro]L (reference range 40-400/pL).
Laboratory examination revealed an unremarkable absolute eosinophil count and blood percentage (Table 1).
In The Year 2011 Working Conference on Eosinophil Disorders and Syndromes, hypereosinophilia (HE) is defined as an absolute eosinophil count greater than 1.5 x [10.sup.9]/L on two examinations (interval > 1 month) and/or pathologic confirmation of tissue HE [7].
Absolute eosinophil count was 4x[10.sup.9] cells/l.