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GEL

ISO 4217 code for the Georgian lari. It was introduced in 1995, replacing the kupon lari, which had replaced the Soviet ruble and was suffering from hyperinflation. The lari is a floating currency.
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1-4 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is the gold-standard diagnostic test for third ventricular colloid cysts, and whenever the cysts are symptomatic, or larger than 10mm, some form of treatment is warranted.
Wednesday, September 3: Our son was examined by the new neurosurgeon at the new hospital, who stated: There is no evidence of hydrocephalus being related to the colloid cyst before the accident.
Case 2: Cytological smears showed clusters of follicular cells arranged in clumps with scanty colloid favoring the diagnosis of a follicular neoplasm of thyroid.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers produced nanoparticles in forms of colloids which have very good optical properties and conserve their stability for a long time.
MRI confirmed a colloid cyst of the third ventricle of 1 cm in diameter with obstruction of CSF flow (Figure ib).
Karinen et al (8) in 1995, in his study, compared the effect of 1L of crystalloid preloading with that of 500ml of colloid preloading on maternal hemodynamics during spinal anesthesia for caesarean section.
A colloid cyst located in the foramen of Monro requires prompt management to prevent permanent damage from increased intracranial pressure.
Conclusions: Although various approaches had been described to reach the third ventricular colloid cyst; we preferred the transcallosal approach in all of our pediatric patients since the approach does not cause any cortical breach and provides secure tumour resection.
of Florence, Italy) describe recent developments in physical and colloid chemistry that they argue pose a fundamental challenge to the standard understandings of molecular forces and the self assembly of amphiphilic molecules.
The XRD pattern of synthetic Sodium Aluminosilicate colloid shows broad peak at 24.
In contrast, in a survey of 364 clinicians in the Canadian province of Ontario in 1998 to 1999, respondents used predominantly crystalloids for volume expansion; albumin was the most commonly used colloid (3).
The colloid particles are 1,000 times bigger than a molecule of a glass and can be observed with a microscope.