MVD

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AcronymDefinition
MVDMotor Vehicle Division
MVDMicrovascular Decompression (surgery)
MVDMotor Vehicle Dealer (various locations)
MVDMitral Valve Disease (cardiology)
MVDModel View Definition
MVDMississippi Valley Division (US Army Corps of Engineers)
MVDMinisterstvo Vnutrennikh del (Russian: Ministry of Internal Affairs)
MVDMotion Vector Difference
MVDMultimedia Video Disc
MVDMicro Dvd
MVDMamie Van Doren (actress)
MVDMolegro Virtual Docker (software)
MVDMedian Volume Diameter (aircraft icing)
MVDMedium Voltage Drive (electronics)
MVDMultivalued Dependency (database design)
MVDMacro Vascular Disease
MVDMicrowave Vehicle Detection (communications)
MVDMontevideo, Uruguay - Carrasco (Airport Code)
MVDMusic Video Distributor
MVDMotion Vector Data
MVDMobile Video Device
MVDMicro Vertex Detector
MVDMaximum Valid Dilution
MVDMutual Value Discovery
MVDMotion Vector Difference (digital television)
MVDMountaineer Visitation Days (West Virginia University)
MVDManagement Video Display
MVDMachine Vision Direct
MVDArmy Motor Vehicle Driver Selection Battery
MVDMaat Vom Dienst (German)
MVDMultipurpose Video Display
MVDMechanical Vendor Drawing
MVDMoving Violently Down
MVDSoviet/Russian Ministry of Internal Security
MVDMultiple-Valued Dimension
MVDMotorized Volume Damper
References in periodicals archive ?
Endoscopically assisted minimally invasive microvascular decompression of hemifacial spasm.
Conclusions: Delayed healing is a common phenomenon after microvascular decompression for facial muscle spasm, with an elusive reason.
Giannotta, "Operative strategies for minimizing hearing loss and other major complications associated with microvascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia," World Neurosurgery, vol.
Min, "Comparison of the antiemetic effect of ramosetron with ondansetron in patients undergoing microvascular decompression with retromastoid craniotomy: a preliminary report," Korean Journal of Anesthesiology, vol.
Anatomical observations during microvascular decompression for idiopathic trigeminal neuralgia (with correlations between topography of pain and site of the neurovascular conflict).
Microvascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia caused by vertebrobasilar compression.
Current neurosurgical management of glossopharyngeal neuralgia and technical nuances for microvascular decompression surgery.
Microvascular decompression done either by open technique or endoscopically depending upon patient conditions and disease status3-5.
Endoscopic Microvascular Decompression. Next, the endoscope is inserted through the dural opening with minimal retraction on the cerebellum.
Microvascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia in Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease.