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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is a class of stock such as third preferred class of warrants, foreign preferred, sixth class of preferred stock, or preferred when issued stock.
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On a stock transaction table, a symbol indicating that a security's price is its lowest price in a rolling 52-week period. See also: New low.
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Used in stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that during the day's activity the stock traded at a new 52-week low: L53 1/2 .
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Note that in (1) for a shunt of the IIIK-300M2 type studied, the value of the short-term superheating [DELTA]Ts of the material of the measuring disk, occurring during the time of the current [i.sub.L](t) no more than 1000 ms in practically adiabatic mode, is limited by the type of solid insulation used to separate it from main brass electrode shunt.
VP shunt is a very commonly performed procedure in paediatric population to reduce the raised intracranial pressure because persistently raised intracranial pressure can result in long term untoward sequelae like neurological deficit, gait instability or incontinence.
On the other hand, the first attached V/P shunt catheter on the right side was ligated surgically to prevent from the excessive CSF drainage.
Imaging plays an important part in diagnosing these congenital extrahepatic portosystemic shunts, which have been divided by the Morgan Superina classification of portosystemic anomalies into Type I &Type II shunts.
Blunt popliteal artery injury with complete lower limb ischemia: Is routine use of temporary intraluminal arterial shunt justified?
Ventriculoperitoneal shunt for hydrocephalus caused by central nervous system metastasis.
The covered ePTFE VIATORR endograft is now standard for adult TIPS placement, due to improved shunt durability and patency rates (6).
In aging societies, the incidence of age-related diseases, such as iNPH, has been increasing and shunt interventions for iNPH have improved patient outcomes [5].
13 December 2017 - US-based power and precision resistor manufacturer Riedon has acquired US-based current shunts and fuse-block holders manufacturer Deltec Shunts, LLC, the company said.
A CARING dad has had a tattoo of a brain shunt on his head, to show solidarity with his young daughter who has a rare congenital condition.