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AcronymDefinition
AVNAvenue
AVNAviation
AVNAdult Video News
AVNAllgemeine Vermessungs Nachrichten (German: General Surveying News)
AVNAvascular Necrosis
AVNAudio Visual Navigation (automobiles)
AVNAudio Visual Navigation
AVNAlternative Video Network
AVNAmeritech Virtual Network
AVNAir Vanuatu (ICAO code)
AVNAdvanced Veterinary Nursing (UK)
AVNAviation Model (weather forecast model, now Global Forecast System)
AVNAtrioventricular Node
AVNAustralian Vaccination Network
AVNAssociation Vinçotte Nucléaire (French: Vinçotte Nuclear Association; Belgium)
AVNAssociation des Vins Naturels (French: Association of Natural Wines)
AVNAviation Technician (Canadian Air Force trade; airframes, aeroengines, armament & systems MOC 514)
AVNAvignon, France - Caumont (Airport Code)
AVNAviation System Standards office (FAA)
AVNAssociation des Villes Numériques (French: Association of Digital Cities; est. 1997)
AVNAutomated Voice Network
AVNAeromedical Voice Network
AVNAccess Verification Management
AVNAutomatismes du Val Noir (French: Val Black Automation)
AVNAsian Video Network (online community)
AVNAnza Valley Networks (Anza, California)
AVNAccuracy Vanishing Now
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10) Cystic tumor of the atrioventricular node is an important differential diagnosis in young patients with syncopal attacks and varying degrees of heart blockage.
Patients with right ventricular infarction due to RCA occlusion have a poor prognosis and a high risk of disturbances in conduction at the atrioventricular node.
Compared to all of the species investigated by the authors, the atrioventricular node of a pig shows greatest innervation.
The antero-superior fibers of the CS terminate in the interatrial septum, close to the atrioventricular node.
A cryoablation catheter that is used to ablate conducting tissues of the heart with cold energy has been approved as a treatment for atrioventricular node reentry tachycardia.
The literature contains a case report of aortic valve PFE coincident with a cystic tumor of the atrioventricular node.
Five pigs were treated with a modified adenovirus containing the gene that codes for the inhibitory G protein, a protein that is active in the heart's atrioventricular node and helps control heartbeat.
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