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ODOutside Diameter
ODOlive Drab
ODDoctor of Optometry
ODOver Dose
ODOculus Dexter (Latin: Right Eye)
ODOn Demand
ODOne Direction (band)
ODOpus Dei (Latin: Work of God)
ODOptical Density
ODOrdnance
ODOffice of the Director (NIH)
ODOffice Depot
ODOverdue
ODOfficer of the Day
ODOrganizational Development
ODOnce Daily (medical)
ODOff-Duty
ODOrally Disintegrating (medicine)
ODOrganization Development
ODOf Distinction
ODOh Dear
ODOsteochondritis Dissecans
ODOccupational Disease
ODOrder Date
ODOverdraft (banking)
ODOpen Doors
ODOxygen Depleted
ODOpioid Dependent
ODOrbit Determination
ODOffice of the Dean
ODOverdosed (gaming clan)
ODOutput Data
ODOptical Disk
ODOrigin - Destination
ODOrganizational Design
ODOffice of Disability (Social Security)
ODOperations Director
ODOpen Drain (electronics)
ODOut of Desperation
ODOperations Division
ODOrganizational Diagnosis
ODOccupation Double (French TV show)
ODOffense Defense (sports)
ODOpportunistic Disease
ODOvercurrent Detection
ODoutside dimension
ODOpen Diary (website)
ODOfficer Down
ODOpen Detonation (outdoor munitions disposal regulation)
ODOrthogonal Design
ODOrthodromic
ODOfficial Declaration
ODOverseas Department
ODOil Distribution
ODObservable Difference
ODOver Drive
ODOperating Division
ODOperations Directive
ODOperational Day (scientific experimentation and data recording)
ODOperand Decomposition (algorithm)
ODOrganic Data
ODOxígeno Disuelto (Spanish: Dissolved Oxygen)
ODOven Dried Solid
ODOrdnance Data
ODOriginal Dissent (conservative website)
ODOutside Discussions
ODOrdinary Seaman (Canadian Navy)
ODObject Domain
ODover damage (gaming)
ODOrde Dienst (Dutch: Order of Service)
ODOpen Dealer (various companies)
ODOperational Downlink
ODOffsite Dose
ODOutside Dose (radiation exposure)
ODOrderly Duty
ODOscuro Destiny (website)
ODOmni Dei (once a day)
ODOvershoot Detector
ODOrdnance Documentation
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Statistic Analysis: The association of opportunistic diseases with T CD4 lymphocyte counts was analyzed by chi-square test with Statistica 6.0.
The univariate hazard ratios for the difference in risk for an incremental increase of 100 cells/mcL in the CD4 count was 0.49 for opportunistic disease and 0.78 for nonopportunistic disease, and remained powerful (0.57 and 0.84, respectively) even after adjustment for age, sex, race, prior AIDS, hepatitis B and C, baseline CD4 and RNA viral load, and latest RNA viral load, Dr.
Likewise, tuberculosis has been reported in coinfection with other opportunistic diseases, mainly in the pulmonary tract, such as pneumocystosis, histoplasmosis, M.
Frequency of cancer diagnosis wasn't different between groups (p = 0.18), however, it was observed a greater percentage of opportunistic diseases among patients with TB diagnosis (p = 0.03) (Table 2).
Epidemiology of opportunistic diseases in AIDS patients from Pereira municipality, Colombia, 2010-2011.
Since 1981, about 78 million people have been infected by HIV, which destroys immune cells and leaves the body exposed to tuberculosis, pneumonia and other opportunistic diseases.
"TASHACK is more effective in reducing the high viral load, fighting opportunistic diseases but increases body immunity and leaves the body stronger.
* Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV)--a virus causing an infection that eventually weakens a cat's immune system and subjects the animal to numerous opportunistic diseases. The clinical signs of this type of infection, which is approximately as common as FeLV, include loss of appetite and severe weight loss, persistently high fever, oral cavity sores and inflammation and chronic diarrhea.
From the physical pain of hunger to the eventual mental toll, the authors track the progression of severe malnutrition that leaves its victims vulnerable to opportunistic diseases.
Two retrospective studies, published before the SAPIT study started, showed reductions in mortality and new opportunistic diseases in patients starting ART during TB therapy compared with those who deferred ART.
The aim of this study was to analyze the cases, and reveal the most frequently occurring opportunistic diseases and their clinical and morphological characteristics in patients who died following HIV infection in the Smolensk region.
After 7 years in ESPRIT, researchers counted 158 new opportunistic diseases or deaths in the IL-2 group and 165 in the non-IL-2 group.