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LOPSLoss of Protective Sensation
LOPSLondon Permit Scheme (London, UK)
LOPSLength Of Patient Stay
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measures to ensure the implementation of approved LOP through the Management Committees of the Cooperative
The ministry of personnel on Friday sought the opinion of the law ministry and the Lok Sabha secretariat as to who was the LoP in the new House.
Hoppy family: Kerry Gwillym, of Cwmbran, with some of her English lops - Winston, Shogun, Daisy and Prius - and, inset, her Himalayans PICTURES: PETER BOLTER (c)
The British naval attache was taken on a tour of some of the LOPs in December 1939.
BIG EARS: The lop rabbit when fully grown, will have ears which will reach 28-30 inches' LITTLE WONDER: Steve Hart with an 11-week-old English lop rabbit which has ears measuring 22 inches
LOPS should be diagnosed through sensory testing with the 5.07 monofilament using guidelines such as those developed by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, which state that:
"You can hire excluded people," Lops told the nearly 30 corporate counsels and outside lawyers representing drug chains, supermarkets and discounters at the conference, "but they cannot do any federal government work."
She was born on May 4, 1917, in Leominster; daughter of Michele and Agnes (Billani) Lops. She worked as a saleswoman for the former R.H.
At the moment I am raising English Lops, Dutch, Netherland Dwarfs and lots of Mini Lops!
The policy applies to diabetic patients who have peripheral neuropathy with loss of protective sensation (LOPS) but who do not currently have foot ulcers.
"The diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy with LOPS [loss of protective sensation] due to diabetes mellitus should be established and documented prior to coverage of foot care," according to a memo issued by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
These developed into the Dwarf Lops, a chunky rabbit with drooping ears.