LGV


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AcronymDefinition
LGVLigne A Grande Vitesse
LGVLymphogranuloma Venereum
LGVLarge Goods Vehicle (UK)
LGVLocal Government Victoria (Australia)
LGVLeichtathletik Gemeinschaft Viersen (German sports club)
LGVLakeside Golf Vammala (Finland)
LGVLong/Light/Large Goods Vehicle (transportation)
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By 2021, 528,155 non-compliant cars, 360,985 non-compliant LGVs and 36,960 noncompliant HGVs are predicted to enter the CAZ, totalling 927,100.
We observed a high prevalence (47%) of chlamydial infection within the studied group (16/34); the most frequent biovar was LGV (68.8% of the Chlamydia-infected patients).
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The occurrence of pubertal growth spurt in boys was evaluated by LGV calculated with the help of the following relationship:
LGV should be considered in the differential diagnosis of lymphadenopathy or proctocolitis with no other etiology, especially among HIV-infected MSM.
The presence of stellate micro-abscesses is a more specific finding, with a differential diagnosis of cat-scratch disease, LGV, and less likely tularaemia and atypical mycobacterial infection.
Since 2003, when an LGV outbreak among MSM was first reported in the Netherlands, (3) LGV has spread across other western European countries (4, 5).
The centre is also an approved test centre where individuals will be able to undertake training and take their LGV driving test as an integrated package.
As part of this year's programme, a total of 41 LGV licence holders across ACS&T's Scarborough, Wolverhampton, Tewkesbury and Grimsby sites have undertaken advanced training on emergency response testing for spillages.
Among these was a line of spring-piston target rifles that culminated with the legendary breakbarrel Walther LGV.