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GH

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for GHANA.

GH

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Ghana. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Ghanaian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Ghana. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Ghana. Each region of Ghana has its own code with the prefix "GH." For example, the code for Volta is ISO 3166-2:GH-TV.
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Patients with septal thickening without GGH were grouped according to the zonal predominance.
b) Data on unit size and pro-union vote rates come from GGH's Table 2-2, in which GGH appear to group together units 12, 13, and 14.
Unfortunately, a significant amount of farmland and green space in the GGH is unprotected and vulnerable to development projects like highways and hydro corridors, which might fragment existing natural and agricultural systems.
Comparison of our healthy subjects with Indian study from north India reveals that there was significant difference in the occurrence of GGH 401T, RFC1 80A and MDR1 1236T variant alleles.
Table 1: Incidence of solitary nodule of thyroid at GGH, Guntur Year Total surgical Total SNT cases Percentage admissions Nov 2011-oct2013 8129 126 1.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: THE present study was conducted with a random collection of urine samples in patients admitted in GGH, KURNOOL in different wards like General Surgery, Urology AMCU & Obs & Gyn, among post-operative patients with indwelling urinary catheters during 2013-2014.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: A total of 42 feeding gastrostomies were performed in GGH, Kakinada, in two years period.
Table 15 Extent of Tumor Kallio GGH Madras Removal et al -KAKINADA Medical College, Chennai Complete resection 762 (69%) 69 (82%) 76 Incomplete resection 168 (15%) 15 (18%) 24
MATERIAL AND METHODOLOGY: This is a prospective study, conducted in 100 patients admitted in GGH, Guntur a 1250 bedded multispecialty tertiary care Centre.