UGT

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AcronymDefinition
UGTUnion General de Trabajadores (Socialist General Union of Workers)
UGTUrgent
UGTUDP-Glucuronosyltransferase
UGTUpper Gastrointestinal Tract
UGTUpgrade Training
UGTUnderground Tank
UGTUnion Générale des Travailleurs (French: General Union of Workers; Brazil; est. 2007)
UGTUnderground Test
UGTUnião Geral de Trabalhadores (Portugal)
UGTUnstabilized Gunnery Trainer (Raydon)
UGTUrogenital Tract
UGTUridine'5 Diphospho-Glucuronosyl Transferase (phase 2 metabolising enzyme)
UGTUridine Diphosphate Glycosyltransferase
UGTUtopia General Talk (gaming website)
UGTUnited Glass Technologies, Inc.
UGTUniversal Global Translator
UGTUNDERGROUND TELEPHONE
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Again, and most importantly, the specific probiotic strain(s) indicated to support women's urogenital tract health must be provided in sufficient quantity as validated by clinical research; otherwise, it does not constitute a true probiotic for this condition.
Contributing to these difficulties is the small number of researchers devoted to human clinical mycoplasmology around the world and the low appeal of urogenital tract Mollicutes infections to funding agencies.
The primary habitats of human are the mucous surfaces of the respiratory and urogenital tracts (5,7).
In examining the urogenital tract of birds, transcutaneous ultrasonography has proven to be a simple and fast diagnostic tool in detecting neoplasms that cannot be diagnosed using common noninvasive methods (eg, radiography).
Actinomycoses israelii, the strain that most commonly causes human disease, are slow growing, filamentous gram-positive anaerobic bacteria that are commensal inhabitants of the human oropharynx, gastrointestinal (GI) tract and urogenital tract. The bacteria, which more commonly cause disease in men, mount an infection following mucosal interruption, generating a progressive, chronic suppurative inflammatory process.
The disease process commonly originates from a nidus of infection in the anorectum (30- 50%), the urogenital tract (20-40%), or the skin of the genitalia (20%).
Urogenital myiasis results when flies lay their eggs near the exit of the urethra and the larvae proceed upward along the urogenital tract. In this case report, a 10 year-old female patient diagnosed with urogenital myiasis was reported.
This book covers specific, ultrasound-guided diagnostic and therapeutic interventions in the abdomen, thorax, urogenital tract, musculoskeletal system, thyroid and other sites, including indications, selection of materials and biopsy devices, preparation and detailed, hands-on techniques as well as management of complications.
Bacterial communities on the skin, in the airways and in the urogenital tract contain fewer clusters.
In addition, frequency and severity of the above-noted forms of clinical symptoms were compared with the results of the general microbiological examination of the urogenital tract in 325 women with PVI, which resulted in 158 cases of the presence of normal microflora, opportunistic microflora in 144 cases, pathogenic microflora in 158, chlamydia in 35 cases and trichomonas in 44 cases.
The FUT2 gene encodes for enzyme glycosyletransferase (a-2-L- Fucosyl transferase) which become active in goblet cells and mucus glands of gastrointestinal tract (saliva bile gastric juice mucus) urogenital tract (seminal fluid vaginal secretions and urine) and respiratory tract as well as in the sweat tears milk and amniotic fluid.6ABH secretors secrete ABH substances accord- ing to their blood groups.
According to Bukharin et al, 2000 opportunistic microorganisms cause classical infections of the urogenital tract and sub clinical reproductive tract infections.I18I Our result shows that 32% of the males had sperm density below 20 million/ml.