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Hus

Jan . the Czech name of (John) Huss
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HUS estimates that the total value of the deal during the contract period is approximately EUR1.
It's Hus on the streets of today's Stratford, a dark-skinned target.
The HUS Terveyskyla project is an entire virtual hospital, with portals offering anonymous users information about services and also information about specific subjects in the form of current news, stories, articles, self-care instructions, self-assessment queries and gamified quizzes.
In this article, especially STEC-HUS and complement-related HUS will be mentioned.
Atypical HUS (aHUS) defines non Shigatoxin-HUS and even if some authors include secondary aHUS due to Streptococcus pneumoniae or other causes, aHUS designates a primary disease due to a disorder in complement alternative pathway regulation.
D- HUS or atypical HUS (aHUS) accounts for < 10% of all HUS cases encountered.
Over the past two decades Thomas Fudge has established himself as one of the leading authorities on the early fifteenth-century Bohemian heretic-martyr, Jan Hus and the eponymous central European, pre-Reformation, religious reform movement, Hussitism.
Up to 15% of patients with STEC 0157 diarrhea develop HUS, which comprises microangiopathic hemolytic anemia, acute azotemia, and thrombocytopenia, said Dr.
HUS presents most commonly in young schoolaged children.
It is thought that the incidence of HUS in children and adolescents is higher than in adults, and HUS is recognized as the leading cause of acute renal failure in childhood.
Although previous surveillance of childhood HUS in Scotland identified E.
As of 10 June at 15:00 CET, Germany had reported 773 HUS cases (including 22 fatalities): 14 more cases and 1 additional death since the previous day.