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DDHDouble Dry Hopped (beer process)
DDHDecision Diffie Hellman
DDHDepartment of Dental Hygiene (various universities)
DDHDiamond Drill Hole (mining, exploration stage)
DDHDaventry & District Housing (UK)
DDHDistrict Director of Health (various organizations)
DDHDecision Diffie-Hellman
DDHDewsbury and District Hospital (UK)
DDHDepartamento de Desarrollo Humano (Spanish: Department of Human Development; Mexico)
DDHDevelopmental Dysplasia of Hip
DDHDirect-to-Digital Holography
DDHDentsu Digital Holdings (Japan)
DDHDown da Hill
DDHDisciples of the Darkhand (gaming forum)
DDHDorothy Day House
DDHDocument Drafting Handbook
DDHDéveloppement Durable Hospitalier (French: Sustainable Hospital)
DDHDublin Dental Hospital
DDHDestroyer-Carrying Helicopter
DDHDissociated Double Hypertropia
DDHDeath Domain Homologous Region
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Last Wednesday, July 3, the DDH also hosted a concert at SMX Convention Center with the DIVAS KZ Tandingan, Kyla, Angeline Quinto, and Yeng Constantino.
The study was designed to provide precise estimates of the prevalence of DDH according to gender, age group, BMI level, urban, or rural residence as well as region.
If as a result of the tender offer, MPHHI acquires less than 136,747 DDH shares, the purchase price shall be P2,300 per share, P2,600 per share if MPHHI acquires at least 136,747 DDH shares but less than 286,881 DDH shares, and P2,750 per share if MPHHI acquires at least 286,881 DDH shares.
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.
DDH is defined as "the result of the disruption in the normal relationship between the acetabulum and the femoral head." (2) When this disruption occurs, the femoral head can move partially or completely out of the acetabulum, resulting in subluxation or dislocation.
Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH)--many people have never heard of it, but it is surprisingly common.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) currently recommends that all newborns be screened by physical examination for developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH).
Desplanques, Donoghue, and Holstein (DDH) estimated the nucleon-nucleon-meson weak couplings using quark model and symmetries arguments and determined a reasonable range of values including their "best guess" values for each of the seven coupling amplitudes [1].