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MIF

MIF

(1) (Maker Interchange Format) An alternate file format for a FrameMaker document. A MIF file is ASCII text, which can be created in another program and imported into FrameMaker.

(2) (Management Information File) A DMI file format that describes a hardware or software component used in a PC. It can contain data, code or both. See DMI.

(3) (Machine Interface Format) A proprietary language for configuring Ascend networking devices. Instead of setting up via menus one option at a time, a MIF file can be created with all the changes and uploaded to the unit.

(4) (Multiple Image Facility) The management of ESCON and FICON mainframe channels so that multiple LPARs (Logical PARtitions) may share it concurrently. See ESCON, FICON and LPAR.
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In the following section, we describe clinical conditions in which detectable versus undetectable AMH measurements are important for diagnosis.
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Results from the 1463 AMH measurements collected from 1,318 women firstly showed, as expected, that serum AMH levels after the age of 25 were inversely and significantly related to the women's age.
The homes are now fully occupied, Dr George added, except for a couple of one-bedroomed apartments set aside for visitors to AMH. Staff members are allotted to the complex based on their single status with the one-bedroomed apartments offered to senior employees.
Patients were divided into four subgroups according to the circulating AMH level: below the 25th percentile (AMH 0.25-1.1 ng/ml, subgroup A), between the 25th and 50th percentiles (AMH 1.2-1.6 ng/ml, subgroup B), between the 50th and 75th percentiles (AMH 1.7-2.6 ng/ml, subgroup C), and above the 75th percentile (AMH 2.7-8.5 ng/ml, subgroup D).
Venous blood samples of the patient and control groups were collected for AMH, thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH), free thyroxine (fT4) and anti-TPO and anti-Tg antibody levels.
For 690 women aged 42-62 years, "the PicoAMH Elisa test performed reasonably well at determining levels of AMH in the blood," the FDA said in the press release.
(16) In order to determine the difference between the AMH values between 2 groups by using the mean effect size d = 0.05 suggested by Cohen (1988), with type 1 error = 0.05, and statistical power = 0.80, the sample size was determined at 64 patients.
The primary outcome was change in the median concentration of serum AMH from baseline to 2 weeks following UAE.
Washington-based AMH Workspace had to carried out the refurbishment through a phased programme of works, allowing the law firm to remain fully operational throughout.
We report a case of a 28-year-old woman with clinical signs of PCOS and AMH serum level below analytical sensitivity (<1.0 pmol/L) who developed ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) after COS.
Recently, anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) has arisen as the best single marker of OR quantification.7 Numerous researches have highlighted the clinical implications of AMH analysis, including potential role in polycystic ovarian syndrome diagnosis, estimation of age at menopause and prediction of ovarian response in assisted reproduction.8 In females, this peptide hormone is exclusively secreted by the granulosa cells of early growing ovarian follicles.