endocardial fibroelastosis

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endocardial fibroelastosis

[¦en·dō¦kärd·ē·əl ¦fī·brō·ə‚las′tō·səs]
(medicine)
Fibrous or fibroelastic thickening of the endocardium, of unknown cause.
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29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The News Media Guild- Communications Workers of America reached final agreement this week with the EFE News Service, marking the first U.
I haven't seen much of Scotland but Efe tells me the national team is improving.
I have spoken to Efe about the future and told him that if he doesn't break back into the team and play like we know he can, he won't be offered a new contract for next season," said manager Peter Jackson, who is expected to play Tony Carss for suspended skipper Jon Worthington at Saltergate.
EFE is honored to have made the Philadelphia 100 list again this year," says Kip Anthony, President and CEO of EFE Laboratories.
Selon ce haut fonctionnaire international [beaucoup moins que]la crise touche l'enfant a plusieurs niveaux, dont le developpement cognitif dans ses multiples facettes qui a une incidence sur sa croissance[beaucoup plus grand que], note enfin Efe.
On assessment of the balance sheets of the major banks in the European Union, Santander leads the results, followed by BBVA, EFE said citing Spanish government sources.
Former officials of Cuba's communist government say a "democratic and participative" socialism represents the only hope for saving the revolution and restoring the faith of the island's "frustrated, alienated and despairing" people, Spanish news agency EFE reported Aug.
GILLINGHAM'S former Town defender Efe Sodje faces at least four weeks out of action and may need surgery on a fractured eye socket.
Police made the arrests before dawn in Madrid, the Barcelona area and the Basque town of Tolosa, the national news agency Efe said.
Eta called a Basque newspaper and warned four bombs would go off at the power plant, the news agency Efe said.
The funding by EFE enabled the directors to complete the secondary buyout from AMJPE and take control of the business again.
Spanish oil company Repsol's drilling in Cuba has aroused high expectations on the island, whose weak economy is heavily dependent on the tourism industry and remittances from relatives abroad, reports EFE News Service (July 28, 2004).