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EC

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for ECUADOR.

EC

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

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Ecuador. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Ecuador. Each province has its own code with the prefix "EC." For example, the code for the Province of Cotopaxi is ISO 3166-2:EC-X.

EC

see EUROPEAN UNION.

EC

(EUROPEAN COMMUNITY) see EUROPEAN UNION.
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However, there was no apparent association between mortality and intracranial or extracranial CAD.
Extracranial rhabdoid tumours: What we have learned so far and future directions.
However, extracranial and extraspinal meningiomas, termed as ectopic menigiomas, are extremely rare.
Extracranial extension of meningiomas is very rare and only a few cases have been reported.
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McWhorter et al[2] reported a case of an extracranial meningioma that presented as a lytic parietal lesion.
The devices are equipped with surface probe for the examination of blood vessels and the extracranial probe to investigate intracranial vascular saved.
1-3) In children, however, rhabdomyosarcoma is the most common soft-tissue sarcoma and the third most common extracranial solid tumor.
They cover the healthcare professional's responsibility, pain constructs, anatomical and physiologic considerations, comorbid conditions, and the neurophysiology, biopsychosocial model, and epidemiology of orofacial pain, then general assessment, diagnostic classification, vascular and nonvascular intracranial causes, primary headache disorders, episodic and continuous neuropathic pain, intraoral pain disorders, the diagnosis and management of TMD, cervicogenic mechanisms and extracranial causes of orofacial pain and headaches, the impact on sleep (a new chapter), and biobehavioral considerations.
Mastoid septae destruction with coalescent mastoiditis may develop with complicating intracranial and/or extracranial subperiosteal abscesses.
Extracranial Non-vestibular Head and Neck Schwannomas: A Ten-year Experience.
Extracranial cerebrovascular disease has reasonably well-defined indications for intervention but the various clinical presentations are often not well understood and the current focus is on carotid stenting.

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