DDH


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AcronymDefinition
DDHDiamond Drill Hole (mining, exploration stage)
DDHDecision Diffie-Hellman
DDHDepartamento de Desarrollo Humano (Spanish: Department of Human Development; Mexico)
DDHDevelopmental Dysplasia of Hip
DDHDorothy Day House
DDHDocument Drafting Handbook
DDHDublin Dental Hospital
DDHDestroyer-Carrying Helicopter
DDHDissociated Double Hypertropia
DDHDeath Domain Homologous Region
DDHDepartment of Dental Hygiene (various universities)
DDHDaventry & District Housing (UK)
DDHDéveloppement Durable Hospitalier (French: Sustainable Hospital)
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DDH was diagnosed based on clinical examination and imaging studies.
Incorporated in 1966, DDH is one of the largest private hospitals in Davao City with 250 beds and considered the best medical facility in Mindanao.
Thirty per cent of hip replacements performed under the age of 60 are thought to be due to DDH (Engesaeter et al, 2008).
In order to provide clients with effective one-stop digital marketing solutions and services, Dentsu established the business management company DDH in January to integrate the Dentsu Group's digital-related businesses.
Consequently, first-born babies are at a higher risk for developing DDH.
Girls: DDH occurs in girls nine times more often than boys.
Under the alliance agreement the companies are to merge the activities of Schouw & Co's subsidiary Dansk Biogas and DDH's subsidiary DDH Contractors A/S.
DDH is a changeable, evolving condition, so that even if a child's initial work-up is normal, this can change over time.
Missing DDH is a leading reason for liability lawsuits, Dr.
Dentsu Digital Holdings (DDH) is a business management company in the digital communications market that proposes strategy, oversees DDH Group companies, makes investments, and manages the Dentsu Digital Fund.
About 40 staff manned the picket lines at DDH yesterday.
The standard treatment for DDH is splinting the baby's legs to reduce hip movement.