VVG

AcronymDefinition
VVGVietos Veiklos Grupe (Lithuanian institution)
VVGVersicherungsvertragsgesetz (German: Insurance Contracts Act)
VVGVeleucilište Velika Gorica (Croatian: Velika Gorica College; Croatia)
VVGVincent Van Gogh (painter)
VVGVisualising Victoria's Groundwater (Australia)
VVGVision, Video, and Graphics
VVGVietnam Venture Group
VVGVerhoeff-Van Gieson Stain (microscopy)
VVGVectis Vehicle Graphics (UK)
VVGVictoria Blue Van Gieson (staining technique; microscopy)
VVGVirtual Vacation Guide (website)
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Linguistic term SVNN Extremely good (EG) (1,0,0) Very very good (VVG) (0.9, 0.1, 0.1) Very good (VG) (0.8,0.15,0.20) Good (G) (0.70,0.25,0.30) Moderately good (MDG) (0.60,0.35,0.40) Average (A) (0.50,0.50,0.50) Moderately bad (MDB) (0.40,0.65,0.60) Bad (B) (0.30,0.75,0.70) Very bad (VB) (0.20,0.85,0.80) Very very bad (VVB) (0.10,0.90,0.90) Extremely bad (EB) (0,1,1) Table 2.
This makes the VVG Chapter a great place to unwind and relax.
The aortic sections stained with VVG showed normal histological features of elastic fibres in the Sham, OVX+MCLD, and OVX+MCHD (Figures 1(f), 1(i), and 1(j)) where the internal elastic laminae (IEL) appeared continuous, thick, and wavy.
The digital images of VVG stained sections were acquired at 20x magnification using ProgRes CapturePro 2.1 Jenoptik microscopic camera with the resolution of 694 x 516 VGA.
This creates two areas under these two Graphs (VG and VVG) as shown in figure 3.
OCCSEE is just one event that VVG organises to promote and teach optometry.
In fact, he took the pen out of my hand and scribbled 'VVG' in my wee notebook.
Stains included hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) to assess cellularity and general ultrastructure, immuno histochemical stain CD34, an endothelial cell marker, to assess vascularity, and Verhoeff-Van Gieson (VVG) to assess elastic fibers.
H&E and Verhoeff Van-Gieson (VVG) staining were performed according to previous routine method.