GGO

AcronymDefinition
GGOGun Gale Online
GGOGlobal Growth and Operations (various locations)
GGOGenetisch Gemodificeerde Organismen (Dutch: Genetically Modified Organisms)
GGOGimnazjum Gminy Olesnica (Poland)
GGOGreater Greensboro Open
GGOGeneralized Goel-Okumoto (reliability growth model)
GGOGreentree Gas & Oil Ltd. (Canada)
GGOGround-Glass Opacification (respiratory system)
GGOGroot Genker Orkest (Dutch; Belgian orchestra)
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* Named new leaders, including Kevin Cox as chief human resources officer, Rachel Duan as CEO of GGO, Scott Strazik as CEO of Gas Power, Karyn Ovelmen as transformation leader of Gas Power, John Rice as chairman of Gas Power, and Steve Winoker as VP of Investor Relations.
OP--B/L patchy arc like/subpleural/peribronchovascular areas of consolidation and/or GGO.
(47) Global Gumii Oromia (GGO) Ayyaantuu News, December 20, 2017.
The patients having an AE had significantly higher serum HO-1 and LDH levels, Pa[O.sub.2]/Fi[O.sub.2] ratios, and GGO scores calculated from HRCT than those not having an AE.
In this situation, we implemented a new diagnostic strategy, applying the Mayo risk prediction model analysis on the right GGO that eventually led to the final diagnosis.
In the CT scans, 13.2% of the patients had no abnormalities, whereas 44.7 and 42.1% had a predominance of reticular and GGO patterns, respectively; however, these CT abnormalities were discrete in the vast majority of cases.
The favourable prognosis of tumours containing larger areas of GGO appears to be independent of the tumour subtype and thus is potentially treatable via limited surgical resection [4-6].
CT chest was negative for pulmonary embolism (PE) and showed ground glass opacities (GGO) predominantly in the left lung (Figure 1).
Caption: Figure 9: The examples of annotated CISLs in LISS database: (a) GGO, (b) lobulation, (c) calcification, (d) cavity and vacuoles, (e) spiculation, (f) pleural indentation, (g) bronchial mucus plugs, (h) air bronchogram, (i) obstructive pneumonia.