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AcronymDefinition
GUSGemeinschaft Unabhängiger Staaten (German: CIS)
GUSGravis Ultrasound
GUSGet Unit Status
GUSGravis Ultra Sound
GUSGrand Unified System
GUSGlobal University System (est. 1999)
GUSGreat Universal Stores
GUSGrown Up Soda
GUSGiornalisti Uffici Stampa (Italian)
GUSGuide to the Use of Standards
GUSGlen Urquhart School (Beverly, Massachusetts)
GUSGenitourinary System
GUSGlówny Urzad Statystyczny (Polish: Central Statistical Office)
GUSGruppo Umana Solidarieta (Italian: Human Solidarity Group)
GUSGlobal User Station (Honeywell International Inc.)
GUSGeography and Urban Studies (college course)
GUSGround Uplink Station
GUSGeographic Underwriting System
GUSGenomics Unified Schema
GUSGeeklog Usage Stats
GUSGreater Universal Stores
GUSGhana Union Stuttgart eV (Stuttgart, Germany)
GUSGeographically Unsuitable
GUSGoddard Upper Stage
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Finally, transferrin saturation > 20% after 6 weeks after FCM dose was attained by 63% of all patients, 69% of patients in both IDA and iron deficiency without anemia groups, 63% in the diseases of the digestive system group, 68% in the diseases of the genitourinary system group, 67% in the neoplasms group, and 47% in the diseases of the circulatory system group.
However, to our knowledge, neither of the above entities has been reported in the genitourinary system. It should be noted that anastomosing hemangioma taxonomy has not yet been uniformly accepted although we consider this lesion to be a unique clinicopathologic entity found in the genitourinary system.
We performed both external and internal comparisons to assess physicians' risks of hospitalization for all causes as well as seven major disease categories including neoplasms (ICD-9-CM: 140-239); endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic disease and immunity disorders (ICD-9-CM: 240-279); mental disorders (ICD-9-CM: 290-319); diseases of the circulatory system (ICD-9CM: 390-459); diseases of the respiratory system (ICD-9-CM: 460-519); diseases of the genitourinary system (ICD-9-CM: 580-629); and diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue (ICD-9-CM: 710-739).
Tuberculosis commonly attacks the lungs but can also affect the central nervous system, the lymphatic system, the circulatory system, the genitourinary system, bones, joints and even the skin.
The most common cancers were lung (29%), gastrointestinal tract (26%), genitourinary system (16%), and breast (15%).
DATA WATCH Skin-Related Ailments Account for More Than 5% of Office Visits, 2001 Diseases of the respiratory system 11.1% Diseases of the nervous system and sense organs 9.3% Diseases of the musculoskeletal and connective tissue 9.1% Diseases of the circulatory system 8.1% Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue 5.4% Mental disorders 5.1% Diseases of the genitourinary system 4.7% Diseases of the digestive system 3.6% Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Note: Table made from bar graph.
As an example of another format, Chapter 10 addresses diseases of the genitourinary system. The chapter completes discussion of one disease before beginning another section.
In addition to this assessment, a phys cal examination, a detailed assessment the genitourinary system, functional assessment, and evaluation of environmental barriers (such as changes in living conditions, clothing, location of toile and/or nighttime access to toilet) need be performed.
As I undertook the initial development work, my first, rather naive thought was: "How am I going to find enough topics to create a semester-long course?" Like many in both nursing and medicine, I assumed there were no issues specifically pertaining to men, other than the obvious dysfunctions of the male genitourinary system and, to a lesser extent, HIV/AIDS--at least in the so-called "first world".
The vulva belongs to two systems: the genitourinary system and the skin.
Textbook of Diagnostic Ultrasonography, fifth edition, includes new chapters addressing the vascular system, liver, genitourinary system, retroperitoneal cavity, scrotum and breast, making this edition even more comprehensive than previous ones.
To better understand why high-pressure build-up is dangerous, think of the genitourinary system as a low-pressure system.