CAVAL


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CAVALCooperative Action by Victorian Academic Libraries (Australia)
CAVALCoopérative Agricole Vienne-Anjou-Loire (French: Agricultural Cooperative Vienne-Anjou-Loire)
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Asi, se seleccionaron los dos periodicos mas importantes de sus sistemas de prensa escrita, Clarin y La Nacion, por una parte, y El Mercurio de Santiago y La Tercera, por la otra, para evaluar el actuar denunciante y como contrapoder de estos periodicos en los escandalos politicos mas importantes de los ultimos anos de sus respectivos paises: los casos Jose Lopez y Caval.
employing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) indicate that the flow disturbances initiated by IVC filters can cause regions of stagnation, which can potentially contribute to thrombosis and caval occlusion [36, 37].
The last guidelines of the American Society of Echocardiography support the use of IVC diameter and caval index to evaluate the volume status [15].
Rupture of localized cystic lesion in the left lower lobe may have contributed to the tension pneumothorax and air under pressure may have travelled along the normal anatomical openings in the diaphragm, that is, aortic, inferior vena caval, and esophageal openings into the peritoneal cavity producing pneumoperitoneum.
We evaluated the correlation between CVP and IVC diameters as measured by Ultrasound in intubated patients, and found a strong correlation between CVP and IVC inspiration diameter and caval index.
[2] The vena caval anomalies tend to be tortuous and dilated requiring utmost vigilance on the part of the operating surgeon in preventing any untoward injury.
The IRS's request concerned alleged tax crimes "related to the filing of maliciously false tax declarations, incorporating false invoices into the accounting of the company (Exportadora y de Gestion Caval ltda.), and illegally reducing the tax base on income that needed to be paid."