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ws

(networking)
The country code for Samoa.

WS

On drawings, abbr. for weather strip.
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Reading Abilities of 9-17-Year-Olds with Williams Syndrome: Impact of Reading Method.
Severe infantile hypercalcemia associated with Williams syndrome successfully treated with intravenously administered pamidronate.
As a result, three cases of Prader-Willi/Angelman syndrome, three cases of Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, one case of DiGeorge syndrome, and two cases of Williams syndrome, who were diagnosed outside of Bosnia and Herzegovina, were reported in this study (Table 2, Table 3).
Mervis, "Prevalence of psychiatric disorders in 4 to 16-year-olds with Williams syndrome," American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics, vol.
The brave youngster is suffering from multiple illnesses like Williams Syndrome and he recently underwent open heart surgery.
At first, microarray testing was targeted; rather than looking at the whole genome, testing was performed to look for known syndromes such as 22q deletions and Williams syndrome and Smith-Magenis syndrome, for example.
Additionally, some chromosomal disorders also are characterized by a prevalence of CD higher than in the general population, hence demanding screening even for asymptomatic patients (e.g., those with Down syndrome or Turner and Williams syndrome).
Researchers from Durham and Northumbria Universities studied kids with autism, and those with Williams syndrome, as well as healthy children at a similar level of development and intelligence.
Patients with autism, Williams syndrome, and Down syndrome are all socially vulnerable, but in "markedly different" ways.