IDC

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AcronymDefinition
IDCInternational Data Corporation
IDCI Don't Care
IDCInternet Database Connector
IDCInstructor Development Course (SCUBA PADI course designed to train instructors)
IDCInternet Data Center
IDCIndustrial Development Corporation (Trinidad and Tobago)
IDCInvasive Ductal Carcinoma
IDCIndustrial Design & Construction (various locations)
IDCInformation Development Consultants, Inc.
IDCIn Due Course
IDCInfrastructure Development Company (various locations)
IDCInterdisciplinary Center (Herzliya, Israel)
IDCIndirect Costs (commonly referred to as facilities and administrative costs)
IDCIndependent Democratic Conference (2011-2018)
IDCInternet Data Collection (surveys)
IDCInstituto de Defesa do Consumidor (Portuguese: Office of Consumer Protection; Brazil)
IDCInternational Development Conference
IDCInternational Datacasting Corporation
IDCInterior Design Center (various locations)
IDCInsulation Displacement Contact
IDCImaging Dynamics Company (Canada)
IDCInternational Design Competition
IDCInterdigital Communications
IDCInterdepartmental Committee (various locations)
IDCIntegrated Database Connector
IDCIdentifier for Cursor
IDCInternational Digital Center
IDCInternational Data Communications
IDCInsulation Displacement Connector
IDCId for a Control
IDCInternet Data Connector
IDCInter Device Communication
IDCIntelligent Distribution Controls
IDCInteractive Dynamics and Control
IDCInformation Distribution Companies
IDCIntegrated Desktop Connector
IDCIndwelling Catheter (urinary)
IDCInteraction Design and Children (International Conference)
IDCInformation Dominance Corps (US Navy)
IDCInterest During Construction
IDCIntegrated Development Corporation (various locations)
IDCInstitute for Distributed Creativity
IDCIndependent Duty Corpsman (US Navy hospital corpsman with advanced training)
IDCIntelligent Distributed Computing (International Symposium)
IDCIdentification Code
IDCSutd-Mit International Design Centre (various locations)
IDCInterchange Distribution Calculator (North American Electric Reliability Corporation)
IDCIntelligent Design Creationism
IDCIntangible Drilling Costs
IDCInter-Departmental Committee
IDCInterior Designers of Canada
IDCInfectious Disease Consultants (various locations)
IDCIndigent Defense Commission (various locations)
IDCImmature Dendritic Cells
IDCInternational Diabetes Center
IDCIdaho Department of Commerce
IDCIndia Delivery Center (various organizations)
IDCIndefinite Delivery Contract (ongoing project)
IDCIntegrated Digital Camera
IDCInstructional Development Center (various locations)
IDCInitial Development Cost
IDCInternational Development Corporation
IDCInformation Decision and Control
IDCIllinois District Council (Pentecostal Assemblies)
IDCInitiating Device Circuits
IDCInformation Dominance Center
IDCIllinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel
IDCInfectious Diseases in Children (journal)
IDCIndependent Distribution Consultant
IDCInternational Documentary Challenge (filmmaking competition)
IDCInnovative Developing Countries
IDCIntegrated Delivery Channels (HSBC)
IDCInformation and Documentation Center (Royal Institute of Technology Library, Stockholm, Sweden)
IDCInternational Drycleaners Congress
IDCInternet Data Communications
IDCInternet Development Consulting (various companies)
IDCInterdepartmental Communication (Memo)
IDCIndex of Dispersion for Counts
IDCInstantaneous Deviation Control
IDCItem Description Code
IDCIris Deactivation Code (Stargate)
IDCImage Dissector Camera
IDCInter-Digital Capacitor
IDCInstructional Delivery Continuum
IDCIndicator Dilution Curve
IDCInternal Drive Cable
IDCInitial Design Concept (Sprint)
IDCInternational Dollar Card (American Express)
IDCInitial Defensive Capability
IDCInter Discipline Check
IDCInsulation Displacement Connector/Connection
IDCInterdepartmental Correspondence
IDCIn Dwelling Catheter
IDCInnovation Dynamics Consulting, Inc. (Matthews, NC)
IDCInformation Distribution Company
IDCInstitut Diplomatique et Consulaire (French: Diplomatic and Consular Institute)
IDCInternational Digital Centre, Inc. (New York City, NY, USA)
IDCInformation Design Change
IDCImplementation Strategies for Knowledge Management in Banking
IDCIntegrated Door Controller
IDCInter-Dial Clock (ICAS)
IDCIdentity of Key Distribution Center (FIPS)
IDCIngenieros de Construcción (Guatemala)
IDCInstallation Design Criteria
IDCImperial Defense College
IDCInvoluntary Detrusor Contractions (bladder disorder)
IDCInternational Development Course
IDCIntercostal Data Corporation
IDCInternational Driver's Challenge (auto racing)
IDCIntegrated Demonstration Coordinator
IDCIncome Damages Calculator
IDCIn-Transit Data Card
IDCIntelligent Digital Crossconnect
IDCInternet Design Consulting
IDCIntelligent Distribution Centre (industrial order picking)
IDCInternational Digital Communications, Incorporated
IDCIndividual Defense Counsel
IDCInteractive Datacom Configurator
IDCIntelligent Data Cleanup
IDCInterconnected Duct System
IDCInteractive Display and Control
IDCInspection Data Code
IDCInterrupted Direct Current (physical therapy)
IDCIsleton Development Company, LLC (Isleton, California)
IDCInitial Distribution Cancellation
IDCInput Data Correction
IDCInternational Delivery Center
IDCIsolation Dynamics Corporation
References in periodicals archive ?
Involuntary detrusor contractions occur during the filling phase and is diagnosed as OAB (Lue & Tanagho, 2013; Wooldridge, 2017).
Detrusor over-activity (DO) is a urodynamic symptom characterized by involuntary detrusor contractions during the filling phase, which may be spontaneous or provoked (1).
Does the method of cystometry affect the incidence of involuntary detrusor contractions? A prospective, randomized, urodynamic study.
Overactive bladder is a symptomatic condition, with the main symptom being a sense of urgency Today, the terms OB and overactive detrusor (OD) are used interchangeably in the wrong way OD is defined as the occurrence of involuntary detrusor contractions during the filling of the bladder by ICS (2,4).
Other important changes observed with age include an increased prevalence of involuntary detrusor contractions and increased Post Void Residual (PVR) urine volume.
Overactive bladder and urge incontinence are often associated with detrusor over-activity (involuntary detrusor contractions during bladder filling).1 Overactive bladder may have a negative effect on quality of life productivity and mental health urinary urgency being particularly troublesome for the patient.
Detrusor overactivity (DO) is an urodynamic observation defined by involuntary detrusor contractions during the filling phase, which may be spontaneous or maybe provoked.
The presence of urine, edema, and debris in the proximal urethra activates afferent circuits from the prostate to the bladder, inducing involuntary detrusor contractions [22].
Involuntary detrusor contractions that are of clinical importance and demonstrable during urodynamic fill cystometry can be simulated in an in vitro model of bladder muscle strips.
Normal detrusor function (or 'stable' bladder) shows no change in detrusor pressure during filling while overactivity shows involuntary detrusor contractions, which may be spontaneous or provoked by certain actions such as coughing.
(1) When this condition is associated with detrusor overactivity (DO), defined by the International Continence Society as the urodynamic observation of involuntary detrusor contractions during the cystometry phase which may be spontaneous or provoked, the condition is known as detrusor overactivity incontinence (DOI).
In a prospective study of 42 patients with irritative lower urinary tract symptoms, the detection rate of involuntary detrusor contractions on cystometry increased from 48% when they tried to inhibit micturition to 64% when they tried neither to void nor inhibit micturition (Neurourol.