NCVS

AcronymDefinition
NCVSNational Crime Victimization Survey
NCVSNational Center for Voice and Speech (Denver, CO)
NCVSNational Conference on Volunteering and Service
NCVSNational Crime Victimization Study
NCVSNational Crime Victims Survey
NCVSNorthwest Credentials Verification Service (Bremerton, WA)
NCVSNerve Conduction Velocity Study (electrodiagnostic test)
NCVSNon-Cyclic Vector Subspace
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The NCVS, a very valuable source of data on crime in general,
The reduction of NCVs to 13.6 m/s and the markedly prolonged DMLs support the demyelinating motor neuropathy.
Consider [mathematical expression not reproducible] be two NCVs in U, then the operational rules are presented as follows:
The nerve conduction velocities (NCVs) of peroneal motor, mixed and sensory nerve were diminished (Table 1).
Do total de artigos analisados, nove estudaram a dose vocal em professores (60%), dois em cantores (13%), dois em mulheres disfonicas com profissoes variadas (13%), um em funcionarios do Centro Nacional de Voz e Fala (National Center for Voice and Speech - NCVS) (6,7%) e um nao teve identificacao da profissao dos participantes (6,7%).
A recent metaanalysis of 15 randomized controlled trials evaluating the efficacy of LA administration on improvement of objective DSP measures found a positive effect on peripheral NCVs with the 300-600 mg i.v.
The classic example of such a survey is the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) conducted by the Bureau of Justice Statistics in the United States.
abnormalities of certain evaluations and confirmed by NCVs. Roy et Tertiary Cross-sectional Neuropathy al.
The second longest running aggregate crime record is the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), which has been conducted annually since 1973 by the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
Our patient had a typical CMT phenotype of severe early onset motor and sensory neuropathy with undetectable NCVs. Associated clinical features included vocal cord paresis, facial weakness, prominent chest deformities, claw hands, and a family history consistent with autosomal recessive inheritance.
STAT., DATA COLLECTION: NATIONAL CRIME VICTIMIZATION SURVEY (NCVS) (2014), http://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=dcdetail&iid=245 [https://perma.cc/U953-LYL3]; Jennifer L.
For a definite polyneuropathy diagnosis, abnormalities in more than one nerve were tested, and the existence of more than one pathological finding, such as a decrease in SAP or CMAP amplitudes, slowing of motor or sensory NCVs, or an increase in motor DL were mandated (18).