DILIN

AcronymDefinition
DILINDrug-Induced Liver Injury Network
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Dilin pedagojik onemine iliskin baska bir isaret, onun toplumsal siniflar icinde yapilanmasi, kimliklerin ve iktidarlarin kendi sinirlari icerisinde dile bagli olarak yansimalaridir.
On bes dakikanin on iki dakikasi yanaklarin, dudaklarin, dis etinin ve dilin guclendirmesine yonelik uyaranlardan olusan girisimlerin uygulanmasini icerirken; son uc dakikasi besleme amacli olmayan emme girisiminin uygulanmasini kapsamaktadir (28).
The DILIN network reported that the incidence in women of drug-induced liver injury was 65%, significantly greater than a rate of 35% in men (Chalasani et al.
Fontana et al., "Features and outcomes of 899 patients with drug-induced liver injury: the DILIN prospective study," Gastroenterology, vol.
The grading scale developed by the Drug Induced Liver Injury Network (DILIN) was used to grade the severity of liver injury due to poisoning (29).
Yuz kaslarinda asiri tonus artisi, dudak ve dilin kontrolunde bozukluk, tukuruk saliniminda azalma, sivi ve sekerli yiyecek ve ilac tuketimin fazla olmasi, cigneme, yutma bozukluklari sebebiyle yiyeceklerin agiza alinmasi ve yutulmasi arasinda gecen surenin uzun olmasi ve malokluzyonlar dis problemlerine sebep olmaktadir (22-25).
(3.) Chalasani N, Fontana RJ, Bonkovsky HL, et al; Drug Induced Liver Injury Network (DILIN).
(16) Within the United States, the Drug-Induced Liver Injury Network (DILIN), funded by the National Institutes of Health (Bethesda, Maryland), began enrolling patients in prospective analyses in 2004; as of now, the network has collected more than 600 cases at 12 participating US sites.
Dilin Liu is Professor of Applied Linguistics/TESOL at The University of Alabama.
(92) Eileen Ambrosio, Dilin Baker, Cathy Crowe, and Kathy Hardill, The Street Health Report: A Study of the Health Status and Barriers to Health Care of Homeless Women and Men in the City of Toronto (Toronto: Street Health, 1992); Community to Stop Targeted Policing (CSTP), Who's the Target?
The researchers reviewed 839 cases included in the Drug-Induced Liver Injury Network (DILIN) from 2004 to 2013.
Fontana is part of the National Institutes of Health-funded Drug-Induced Liver Injury Network (DILIN), a multicenter, prospective registry looking at the etiologies, risk factors, and outcomes of DILI in the United States (Drug Saf.