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coronary

1. Anatomy designating blood vessels, nerves, ligaments, etc., that encircle a part or structure
2. short for coronary thrombosis
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As many of the subjects in the CHD group were minors (<18 years old), written informed consent was obtained from the parents or legal guardians of the children enrolled in this study as necessary.
In their current project, the scientists studied associations between incident CHD and the consumption of different types of dairy product.
* Discusses the medications prescribed to combat CHD, including their side effects
Student's t-test or one-way ANOVA was used to assess the association between CHD 9 expression and various clinic-pathological parameters and molecular markers.
The neurobehavioral "signature" of CHD includes cognitive defects (usually mild), short attention span, fine and gross motor delays, speech and language delays, visual motor integration, and executive function deficits.
CHD was divided into minor CHD and severe CHD if cardiac surgical repair was needed during the first year of life.
The correlation coefficient for the association of TMAO with conventional prognostic markers of CHD patients was measured by Pearson's correlation analysis.
Table 3 shows that only 1 patient [9.09%] of CHD developed cardiac complication (infective endocarditis) whereas 18 out of 29 patients of AHD (62.06%) developed several cardiac complications [Heart failure=7 pts., Atrial fibrillation=4 pts., Pulmonary arterial hypertension=4 pts., Arrhythmia=3 pts.,].
This cross-sectional study took place in the Langfang district's 11 maternal and child health certificate registries responsible for the diagnosis of CHD as commissioned by the Health Administrative Department of District.
In subsequent visits (visits 2-4), three doses of CHD (300, 600, or 1200 mg) were randomly administered to the subjects.
The design of the study was dual: one part was a retrospective study of the children's records and the other part was a cross-sectional long-term follow-up comparing bowel symptoms in children with HD with or without CHD, respectively.