LLARLaparoscopic Low Anterior Resection
LLARLower Level of Autoregulation
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La Nova Innocencia I, Llampecs Blancs, Barcelona: Llar del llibre, 1991, Italian translation La Nuova Innocenza I.
(44) Juan Vicente GARCIA MARSILLA, Imatges a la llar. Cultura material i cultura visual a la Valencia dels segles XIV i XV, en Recerques, 43 (2001), pp.
Les persones en situacion de sense llar de Barcelona: perfils, estat de salut i atencion sanitaria.
A seventh station will also take on the controversial Low Level Activity Risk (LLAR) shift pattern.
This small village is known for its wonderful, oddly shaped, pink and white mottled small, wild strawberries and ancient Paleolithic cave paintings.We parked on a gravel spot on an overgrown lot and walked across the street to a small house, which turned out to be the second restaurant in town, El Llar de Viri.
Effects of quercetin inhalation on immediate (IAR), late-phase (LAR) and late late-phase (LLAR) asthmatic responses by exposure to aerosolized-ovalbumin (AOA) (2w/v% in saline, inhalation for 3 min) were studied in conscious guinea-pigs sensitized with AOA.
Firefighters fear up to four stations will be made to adopt the so-called Low Level Activity Risk (LLAR) system.