FMD

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AcronymDefinition
FMDFoot and Mouth Disease
FMDFalsified Medicines Directive (EU)
FMDFort Madison (Amtrak station code; Fort Madison, IA)
FMDFree Music Download
FMDFlow-Mediated Dilatation
FMDFondazione Mondo Digitale (Italian: Digital World Foundation)
FMDFaculty Multimedia Center
FMDFluorescent Multilayer Optical Disc
FMDFibromuscular Dysplasia (arterial disease)
FMDFaculty of Medicine and Dentistry (various schools)
FMDFinancial Management Division
FMDFacilities Management Division
FMDFinancial Markets Department (various locations)
FMDFournitures et Matériels de Déménagements (French: Moving Supplies and Materials)
FMDFarm Management Deposits (Australia)
FMDFleet Management Division (various locations)
FMDFull Material Disclosure (products; varioius companies)
FMDFacioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy
FMDFlood Maintenance Division (Los Angeles, CA)
FMDFunction Management Data
FMDFire Marshal Division (various locations)
FMDFerme Marine de Douhet (French fish hatchery)
FMDFrontometaphyseal Dysplasia (progressive bone disease)
FMDFlooded Member Detection (offshore engineering)
FMDFluid Mechanics Department (various organizations)
FMDForward Multiplicity Detector
FMDFluorescent Multi-layer Disk
FMDFonds Migration et Développement (French: Migration and Development Fund)
FMDField Monitoring Device (electronic home arrest equipment)
FMDForce Management Division
FMDFailure Mode Data
FMDFacilities Management Design, Ltd. (UK)
FMDForce Modernization Division
FMDForce Mix Data
FMDFinancial Management and Development (various organizations)
FMDFleet Maintenance Data
FMDFerry Movement Directive
FMDFault Manager Diagnostic
FMDFlorida Mainstream Democrats
FMDFull Modulation Diversity
FMDFuels Manager Defense
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The EU Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) Directive 2003/85/EC requires Member States to exercise their contingency plans twice within a five year period or during the five years period after the outbreak of a major epizootic disease has been effectively controlled and eradicated.
Mainly affecting children, hand, foot and mouth disease doesn't present any really serious threat to a child's health but can be unpleasant.
Combining livestock trade patterns with phylogenetics to help understand the spread of foot and mouth disease in sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
The report reviews key players involved in the therapeutics development for Hand, Foot And Mouth Disease and enlists all their major and minor projects
The diagnosis of hand, foot and mouth disease is made based on clinical observations and the location of the skin and oral lesions.
On the foot and mouth disease front, participants acknowledged the usefulness of new serological diagnostic tests capable of differentiating, at the herd or flock level, antibodies from vaccinated animals from those of animals that have been in contact with live virus.
Animal Health Minister Elliot Morley said the new measures would ensure foot and mouth disease could be dealt with effectively.
DuPont and Antec have previously joined efforts in fighting outbreaks of foot and mouth disease internationally, including last year's outbreaks in Japan, Taiwan, Korea and South Africa and the 1997 outbreak in Taiwan.
It is an animal disease which is not related to the human condition, Hand, Foot and Mouth disease (Coxsackie virus).
Australia's beef exports to Asia are set to slide downwards as outbreaks of foot and mouth disease are reported in South Korea and Japan.