MILD


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AcronymDefinition
MILDMnemonic Induction of Lucid Dreams
MILDMinimally Invasive Lumbar Decompression (medical procedure)
MILDMichigan Institute of Laundering and Drycleaning (Lansing, MI)
MILDMultiple Increase, Linear Decrease Algorithm
MILDMiscellaneous Interstitial Lung Disease (non-characterized lung disease)
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"Our study was an observational study, so we can only say that there is an association between mental activities and the risk of mild cognitive impairment," she explained.
The Novel START trial demonstrates the effectiveness of Symbicort as an anti-inflammatory reliever to reduce the risk of asthma attacks in patients with mild disease, compared with the most commonly used asthma reliever.
Over the weekend the weather in Huddersfield will be unseasonably mild with temperatures as high as 12degC (54degF) today, according to the Met Office.
Mild has history with English football, briefly representing Wimbledon in 2001/02 as well as scoring three times against the Three Lions on international duty.
Barring golden boot frontrunner Harry Kane, England are less reliant on star power and more on team cohesion than in previous tournaments, but Mild thinks Sweden have the edge in that regard.
Hyundai Motor Company (KSE: 005380), a South Korea-based automaker, is equipping its new Tucson with a 48V mild hybrid powertrain.
Mild northern-west wind will be observed insouthern beaches (Turkan, Hovsan, Sahil, Shikh).
However, the prevalence rate for persons with mild disability was almost equal for both male and female with 10.8% and 11% respectively.
Fifteen of these were taken from healthy population with the age range of 20-30 years (Mean = 25.7 SD = 4.6) and 40 participants were medically documented patients of frontal lobe injury of mild (20) to moderate (20) severity.
S1: Ranking of the mild (a) and severe clinical signs (b) by the three different subgroups
Out of total population 70 (60.9%) were found anemic, 79 (68.7%) had mild thrombocytopenia and 4 (3.5%) with moderate thrombocytopenia and sever leucopenia were found 2 (1.7%), mild leucopenia 24 (20.9%), mild leucocytosis 1 (0.9%).