IMHA


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AcronymDefinition
IMHAImmune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia (fka Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia)
IMHAInstitute of Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis (Canada)
IMHAInternational Maritime Health Association
IMHAIndiana Manufactured Housing Association
IMHAIllinois Manufactured Housing Association
IMHAIdaho Manufactured Housing Association
IMHAInternational Hologram Manufacturers Association
IMHAIowa Manufactured Housing Association
IMHAInterprofessional Mental Health and Addictions (Camosun College; Canada)
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A growing organization, the IMHA has tripled membership over the last 5 years, expanded member benefits and built relationships with Illinois legislators.
A particularly dangerous symptom of IMHA is the tendency to form blood clots that can travel to the dog's lungs or brain.
IMHA has been roughly divided into primary and secondary classifications.
The primary focus of this theme is to better understand the genetic and environmental causes, optimal treatment and elimination of pain and disability in all IMHA disease areas.
Thromboembolism remains one of the leading causes of death secondary to IMHA.
When the IMHA ended in July, the province replaced the agreement with the regulations that were in place before the interim agreement was finalized in 2004--harvesting regulations resulting from the 2003 Powley case, in which the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed the Metis right to hunt and fish under certain guidelines.
IMHA lost its group plan by falling below the group minimum with our insurance provider.
IMHA chief David Hall warned: "This project, involving the banks and Stepchange, under the supervision of the Central Bank, was tried before and failed spectacularly.
Poitras stated that the provincial government, in light of the dissolution of the IMHA and charging Metis people with a crime, were left with little choice but to sue.
In primary IMHA there is no underlying cause for the problem, but with secondary IMHA there is an underlying condition causing the destruction of the blood cells.