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PDD

(Professional Disk for Data) A 5.25" rewritable optical disc technology from Sony Electronics Inc. (www.sonyburners.com) that also supports write-once (WORM) media. Using blue laser optics and phase change recording, 23GB drives and cartridges were introduced in 2004. See UDO.
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The differences in effects between DLB and PDD patients also could be accounted for by the range in symptoms and in concomitant drug use between these two groups, they added.
PD and PDD subjects were both evaluated in the on-medication phase.
Dementia: People with DLB may have problems with recent memory, abstract thinking, planning, judgment, or problem-solving, although these problems may not be as extreme as those associated with PDD and AD.
Parents generally insist on knowing the likely outcome of PDD in their children.
The original bill also required insurance companies to pay for treatment to help people with PDD maintain, as well as improve, their level of functioning.
Tim Court, PDD operations director, said: "We were delighted Modular Automation was appointed.
So far," says PDD founder Richard Fairclo, "too many boaters won't stop dumping sewage.
Even though hyperactivity is a common problem in children and adolescents with PDD, "the evidence to support the use of methylphenidate in this population is frightfully little," Dr.
El porcentaje de dosis en profundidad o PDD es una de las informaciones mas importante que se obtiene en la caracterizacion del equipo.
Psychologists have long recognised the phenomenon they call PDD or Post-Defeat Depression.
GAO examined four specific agencies--the Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS), Energy, and Commerce, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)--and found that the agencies have made progress in implementing several PDD 63 requirements, such as appointing chief information assurance officers and preparing initial CIP plans.