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SDH

SDH

(Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) The European counterpart to SONET. See SONET.
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The SDH-deficient RCC almost always occurs in patients with SDH germline mutations: most commonly SDHB, less commonly SDHC, and rarely SDHA or SDHD.
The securities under the MTN programme will be unconditionally and irrevocably guaranteed by Sichuan Development International Holding Company Limited (SDIH), a wholly owned subsidiary of SDH. The notes will be SDIH's senior unsecured obligations and rank pari passu with all its other obligations.
The SDH deficient cases show loss of expression and this correlates with mutation in genes encoding this protein.
Many organizations that directly deliver health care or have a role supporting individuals receiving health care do not currently possess the culture nor the capacity to effectively intervene in SDH. Each organization or institution type - health plans, providers, employers, wellness and health condition support vendors, communities, analytics/technology providers and others - has a role to play in solving for SDH.
Patients with SDH could be asymptomatic or could present with loss of consciousness due to acute bleeding, hemiparesis or coma.
Brain computed tomography revealed the left frontotemporoparietal acute SDH with uncal herniation [Figure 2].
"These figures are not surprising, given our aging population and the fact that SDH is significantly more common in older adults," says Guy Rordorf, MD, a vascular neurologist at MGH's Vascular Center.
But two months later, he developed difficulty speaking and using a computer, and a CT scan of his brain revealed a chronic SDH.
The incidence of spontaneous SDH that is defined as a situation without a traumatic history ranges from 2.0% to 6.7%.
SDH Department of Projects and Investments director Munzir al-Daood said the incubation centre's management and employees have already occupied its offices last month.