HPM

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AcronymDefinition
HPMHealth Policy and Management (coursework; various universities)
HPMHigh Power Microwave
HPMHealthcare Performance Management
HPMHardware Performance Monitor
HPMHigh Performance Map
HPMHandoff Prediction Monitor
HPMHigh Performance Memory
HPMHits per Minute
HPMHealth Policy Monitor
HPMHealth Promotion Model
HPMHyman, Phelps & McNamara (Washington, DC)
HPMHealth and Productivity Management
HPMHealth Promotion Management (various schools)
HPMHemiplegic Migraine
HPMHigh Proper Motion (astronomy)
HPMHardware Platform Management
HPMHigh Powered Money (government money)
HPMHand Painted Medium (art)
HPMHitachi Powdered Metals (Japan)
HPMHuman Performance Modeling
HPMHigh Purity Metal
HPMHigh Pressure Mercury
HPMHyper Page Mode
HPMHuman Potential Movement
HPMHazardous Production Material (1997 Uniform Fire Code)
HPMHigher-Priced Mortgage (real estate)
HPMHome Purchase Mortgage (financing)
HPMHenry Property Management (Cary, NC)
HPMHosting Party Module
HPMHigh Performance Mainframe
HPMHarvest Prayer Ministries (Terre Haute, IN)
HPMHumps per Minute
HPMHigh Power Maintenance (US Air Force)
HPMHazardous Protection Monitoring
HPMHigh-Performance Material (engineering)
HPMHealth Program Manager (various organizations)
HPMHigh Performance Magnetics (formerly Cable in Conduit Engineering Fabrication & Test; Tallahassee, FL)
HPMHybrid Permanent Motor (Ingersoll Rand)
HPMHigh Performance Motor
HPMHorizon Performance Manager (software system)
HPMHigh Performance Magazine
HPMHead Plasma Member (lipid)
HPMHigh Polymer Molecular (film; Pioneer speaker technology)
HPMHigh Precision Maintenance (equipment maintenance)
HPMHepatosplenomegaly
HPMHazardous Process Material
HPMHealth Plan Michigan
HPMHazard Process Management
HPMHole-Potential Model
HPMHybrid Power Module
HPMhydrochloric/peroxide mix
HPMhydrochloric/peroxide mix (semiconductor wafer manufacturing)
HPMHydraulic Prime Mover
HPMHistorical Photographs of Mining
HPMHurricane Protection Magazine (North Palm Beach, FL)
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It is known that the gene encodes a calcium channel that is predominantly expressed in the cerebellum and this fact may contribute to explain why familial hemiplegic migraine patients with CACNA1A mutations may frequently report central vestibular signs and symptoms.
We presented a female adolescent case of Danon disease with severe concentric hypertrophy, WPW syndrome, polymorphic VT, and recurrent and progressive neurological deficit beginning with hemiplegic migraine that progressed to TIA and eventually ischemic stroke.
Familial hemiplegic migraine is characterized by recurring episodes of hemiparesis during the aura phase of the migraine attack, and the deficit can last up to 1 h in most of the patients.
(2009) Ca(V)2.1 P/Q-type calcium channel alternative splicing affects the functional impact of familial hemiplegic migraine mutations: implications for calcium channelopathies.
A spokesman for The Migraine Trust charity said: "A person with hemiplegic migraine will experience a temporary weakness on one side of their body as part of their migraine attack.
The discovery came after neurologist Michel Ferrari of Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands happened to see two patients on the same day with familial hemiplegic migraine. (They turned out to be both from the same region of the country and were obliquely related.)
Hemiplegic migraine symptoms include temporary paralysis down one side of the body, vertigo or difficulty walking, double vision or blindness, hearing impairment and numbness around the mouth, leading to trouble speaking or swallowing.
Mailed questionnaires completed by 75 patients with familial hemiplegic migraine (FHM) indicated that 63% experience between 1 and 12 triggers, whereas the remaining 37% said no environmental triggers precede their attacks, Dr.
Hemiplegic migraine with prolonged symptoms: case report.
Key Words: hemiplegic migraine, general anaesthesia, magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic resonance angiography, diffusion-weighted imaging
Dr Terry Stuart, a GP and stress expert from Cowbridge in the Vale of Glamorgan, said it was not unusual for a hemiplegic migraine - in which blood supply to one side of the brain is reduced and which can lead to temporary paralysis to half the body - to be caused by stress.
They may experience fewer severe manifestations such as basilar migraine, hemiplegic migraine, and migrainous infarction.