PCOD


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AcronymDefinition
PCODProbable Cause of Death (mortality)
PCODPolycystic Ovarian Disease
PCODPer Capita Oil Demand
PCODProject Commercial Operation Date
PCODParlimentary Committe on Defense (Sweden)
PCOD7-Propoxycoumarin O-Depropylase (biochemistry)
PCODParticulate Chemical Oxygen Demand (waste water treatment)
PCODPlant Commercial Operation Date
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Based on the underlying pathology various therapeutic procedures were done in these patients, which included ovarian drilling in 9 patients with PCOD, cystectomy in two patients, adhesiolysis in patients with endometriosis and hysteroscopic myomectomy and septal resection was done in patients with respective uterine pathology [Table 3].
New Delhi [India], Mar 15 ( ANI ): Cell therapy, a known panacea for several medical conditions-- liver cirrhosis, diabetes, PCOD and autoimmune diseases -- has added early menopause to the list of things it can possibly set right.
Altchek showed 25% patients with persistent PCOD. [13] Rao et al.
Hence, it is evident that both of these (PCOD and thyroid dysfunction) conditions have multiple common presentations and both have profound effect on fertility and reproductive biology.
Among several etiologic factors, polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD) is the most important underlying factor for oligomenorrhea [4,5].
Ovarian factors are polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD) anovulation luteal dysfunction poor ovarian reserve and gonadal dysgenesis.
While poor sperm count (41 percent) paled a major role in male infertility, female infertility was caused mainly by polycystic ovarian disorder or PCOD (40 percent), said Dr Hrishikesh Pai, from Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction (ISAR).
Moreover, the concentration of particulate pollutants which included total suspended solid (TSS), particulate chemical oxygen demand (PCOD), particulate total nitrogen (PTN), and particulate total phosphorus (PTP) could be determined by total ones minus dissolved ones [20].
POLYCYSTIC ovarian syndrome (PCOS) or Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD) is the most common hormonal disorder affecting women of reproductive age group.
In addition, the Health Ministry's National Contingency Plan for Heat Waves (PCOD), which was established after the dramatic impact of the 2003 heat wave on mortality in Portugal, also made use of these results and other (inter)national research projects to identify current and potential future threats and most appropriate measures for adaptation to the impacts of climate and weather on human health.
Spee-Dee Packaging Machinery, Inc., a global manufacturer of equipment to measure and fill dry products in consumer size containers has recently launched the Positive Cut Off Device (PCOD).