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UWDUnited We Dance
UWDUnited We Dream (aid organization)
UWDUniform Well-Face Drawdown (hydrogeology)
UWDUnworked Deposit (mining industry)
UWDUncommon Wisdom Daily (Weiss Research, Inc.)
UWDUltimate Wrestling Dynasty
UWDUnique Wood Design (Poland)
UWDUltra Wide Diff (computer component)
UWDUrsinus Wasser Doppeldecker (German military airplane)
UWDUnabhängige Wählergemeinschaft Dithmarschen (German: Independent Voters Community Dithmarschen; Dithmarschen, Germany)
UWDUrbach-Wiethe Disease
UWDUniversal Windows Direct (Oakwood, OH)
UWDUnited Western Development (Tacoma, WA)
UWDUnder-Water Diffusion
UWDUnited War Dogs (gaming clan)
UWDUnderworld Dreams (Magic: The Gathering)
UWDUndersea Warfare Division (National Defense Industrial Association)
UWDU Will Die (gaming clan)
UWDUniPHARM Wholesale Drugs Ltd. (Canada)
UWDUniversal Web Designers (Trinidad and Tobago)
UWDUnder Wraps Design
UWDUnited World at Duke (Duke University; Durham, NC)
UWDUnited Water Delaware, Inc.
UWDUmbrellas Web Design (Russia)
UWDUnited Web Development (UK)
UWDUser's Webster Dictionary
UWDUnderworld Wrestling Development (online wrestling)
UWDUppsala Web Design (est. 1995; Sweden)
UWDUltra-Marginal Well Depth (gas wells)
UWDUsable Web Designs (Canada)
UWDUnder Water Drain (chest drainage)
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Urbach-Wiethe disease (lipoglycoproteinosis, lipoid proteinosis, hyalinosis cutis et mucosae): a review.
The patient, a woman in her 40s known as SM, has an extremely rare condition called Urbach-Wiethe disease that has caused extensive damage to the amygdala, an almond-shaped area in the brain long known for its role in fear.
They studied two women with a rare genetic condition called Urbach-Wiethe disease, which damages the amygdala, the almond-shaped center in the brain that controls fear and certain other acute emotions.
Indeed, the condition is also sometimes referred to as Urbach-Wiethe disease. Since their report, over 300 cases of this disorder have been described.