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EVCÉvaluation de la Vulnérabilité et des Capacités (French: Assessment of Vulnerability and Capacity)
EVCErkenning Verworven Competenties (Dutch: Recognition of Prior Learning)
EVCExecutive Vice Chairman (various organizations)
EVCÉtat Végétatif Chronique (French: Chronic Vegetative State)
EVCÉcole de Voile de Cherbourg (French: Sailing School in Cherbourg; Cherbourg, France)
EVCEnterprise Value Creation (Glomark-Governan)
EVCEnhanced vMotion Compatibility (VMware)
EVCEchoview Color Scheme
EVCEnhanced Video Connector
EVCEmbedded Visual C++
EVCEthernet Virtual Connection
EVCEnterprise Video Communications
EVCEllis-Van Creveld Syndrome
EVCEvasion Chart (US DoD/National Geospatial Intelligence Agency product)
EVCEthernet Virtual Connection (network interface relationship)
EVCEmergency Voice Communication
EVCEvery Vote Counts (politics; various locations)
EVCEthernet Virtual Circuit
EVCEcological Vegetation Class (Australian system of classifying native vegetation)
EVCEducational Visits Co-ordinator (UK)
EVCEuropean Vinyls Corporation
EVCÉquipe Verres et Céramiques (French: Team Glass and Ceramics)
EVCEnhanced Video Connector (VESA)
EVCElk Valley Coal (now Teck Coal Limited; Canada)
EVCElectric Vehicle Club (various schools)
EVCEuropean Vital Computer (train control)
EVCe Verification Component (Verisity)
EVCElection Volunteer Coordinator
EVCEquilibrium Vapor Concentration
EVCÉditions Vingt et Cent (French: Hundred and Twenty Editions)
EVCElectronic Valve Control
EVCEmbedded Visual C/C++
EVCExisting Visual Condition
EVCElectronic Volume Corrector
EVCEnterprise View C
EVCExtravehicular Communication
EVCEnd/Ending of Vertical Curve
EVCElastomère Vulcanisable À Chaud (French: Heat Curable Elastomer)
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Prenatal ultrasonic diagnosis of a case of Ellis-van Creveld syndrome with a single atrium.
CONCLUSIONS: A case has been reported here with classic features of Ellis-van Creveld syndrome who presented late in life with little complication during infancy and adolescence.
Ellis-van Creveld Syndrome This syndrome shows hypodontia and alteration of crown morphology.
Ellis-van Creveld syndrome (EVC) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder with characteristic clinical manifestations, resulting from a genetic mutation in two genes, EVC1 and EVC2, mapping both in locus 16 on the short arm of chromosome 4 (4p16) in a head-to-head configuration [1, 2].