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DOEDepartment Of Energy (US)
DOEDepartment of Education (US)
DOEDepending On Experience (jobs & classified ads)
DOEDepartment Of Ecology
DOEDiário Oficial do Estado (Portugese: Official State Gazette; Brazil)
DOEDesign Of Experiment
DOEDepartment of the Environment
DOEDividends on Equity
DOEDirector of Environment (various locations)
DOEDyspnea On Exertion
DOEDepartment of Expenditure (India)
DOEDiario Oficial de Extremadura (Extremadura, Spain)
DOEDirector of Education
DOEDouble Open End (filters)
DOEDirector of Engineering
DOEDossier des Ouvrages Exécutés (French: Record of Works Executed; building construction)
DOEDepends On Experience
DOEDank of England
DOEDistributed Object Environment
DOEDetermination of Eligibility
DOEDate of Entry
DOEDesign of Experiments
DOEDatabase Object Editor
DOEDynamic Operating Environment
DOEDesignated Operational Entity
DOEDepartment of Electronics
DOEDate of Execution
DOEDanube-Oder-Elbe (water corridor)
DOEDiffractive Optical Elements
DOEDictionary of Old English
DOEDate of Enrollment
DOEDependant on Experience (UK)
DOEDate Of Enlistment (USAF)
DOEDate of Effect
DOEDenominación Oficial Española (Spanish: Spanish Official Designation; pharmacology)
DOEDirect Order Entry
DOEDepartment of Extension
DOEDepartment of Enforcement (securities)
DOEDate Of Entitlement
DOEDepth of Exploration
DOEDragons of Eisengard (gaming guild)
DOEDirect Operating Expense (financial management)
DOEDiabetes Outpatient Education (Rhode Island)
DOEDepartmental Operating Expense
DOEDuke of Edinburgh
DOEDiocese of El Obeid
DOEDesign of Experiences
DOEDue-Out Exists
DOEDifficulty On Exertion
DOEData Origin Level – Toll Equipment Input
DOEDedicated Outbound Extension (Sprint)
DOEDisributed Object Everywhere
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Symptoms may include shortness of breath, persistent cough, dyspnea on exertion, orthopnea, paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea, chest pain, palpitations, dizziness, and abdominal discomfort (eg, hepatic congestion).
Her primary complaints included dyspnea on exertion and generalized fatigue for several years.
Multiple myeloma and Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia (discussed here), as well as leukemia, and other hematologic malignancies, can cause dyspnea or dyspnea on exertion through anemia, increasing blood viscosity, or direct lung involvement.
(4) People with COPD experience dyspnea on exertion which is primarily the result of airflow obstruction and is the principle cause of decreased functional ability.