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Eu,

symbol for the element europiumeuropium
[from Europe], metallic chemical element; symbol Eu; at. no. 63; at. wt. 151.964; m.p. about 820°C;; b.p. about 1,600°C;; sp. gr. 5.25 at 25°C;; valence +2 or +3. Europium is a ductile silvery-white metal; it is both rare and expensive.
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EU:

see European UnionEuropean Union
(EU), name given since the ratification (Nov., 1993) of the Treaty of European Union, or Maastricht Treaty, to the European Community (EC), an economic and political confederation of European nations, and other organizations (with the same member nations)
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An EUS linear array machine was used (Pentax EG-3830UT and EG-3870UTK Echo-endoscope, HOYA Corporation, PENTAX Life care Division, Showanomori Technology Center, Tokyo, Japan) connected to a Hitachi EUB-7000 and Avius machines ultrasound unit (Hitachi Medical System, Tokyo, Japan).
More extensive analysis in the future of CE-EUS images may demonstrate that this modality can be an alternative to EUS FNA for the diagnosis of pancreatic tumors.
Maps 2008 ve Kasim 2009 tarihleri arasinda hastanemiz, Gastroenteroloji Kilnigine mediastinal kitle nedeniyle EUS yapilmak uzere sevk edilen ve Lineer EUS esliginde IIAB yapilan toplam on hastanin EUS ve NAB bulgulari retrospektif olarak incelendi.
9 measurement, CT, EUS and ERCP to analyse p16, K-RAS and p53 oncogenes, in pancreatic juice.
Each patient underwent EUS with radial and linear echoendoscopes as well as pancreatic juice collection for IL-8 concentration.
EUS can also be used to define the depth of the invasion of the cancer cells through more layers of tissue than other diagnostic tests.
For example, only 49% of patients with an EUS stage II lesion had a T2 lesion present on a traditional pathology report.
He and his colleagues conducted a blinded, randomized study to compare EUS and MRCP for diagnosing CBDS.