Cutaneous LV may be associated with myeloproliferative and lymphoproliferative diseases along with myelodysplastic syndrome.
What does LPD stand for?
LPD stands for Lymphoproliferative Disease
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We have 170 other meanings of LPD in our Acronym Attic
- Low Power Device
- Low Probability of Detection
- Low-Performance Drone
- Low-Power Design (Workshop/Conference)
- Low-Pressure Dryer
- Low-Pressure steam Drain
- Low-Protein Diet
- Loyalty, Pride, Dedication (high school football team slogan; Griffith, IN)
- Lubbock Police Department (Texas)
- Luteal Phase Deficiency
- Lynchburg Police Department (Lynchburg, VA, USA)
- Lynden Police Department (Washington)
- Lynnwood Police Department (Lynnwood, WA, USA)
- Landing Platform Dock (Replacement) (UK Royal Navy)
- Land Planning & Design Associates, Inc. (est. 1970; Virginia)
- Left Posterior Descending Artery (cardiology)
- Licensed Private Detectives Association
- Limpopo Province Department of Agriculture (South Africa)
- Line Problem Determination Aid
- Link Problem Determination Aids
Samples in periodicals archive:
After suffering kidney failure and undergoing a heart operation, Jamie was diagnosed with X-linked lymphoproliferative disease at the age of three - believed to be one of only 300 people in the world with the condition.
9781405170147 The diagnosis of lymphoproliferative diseases, 2d ed.
It was thought to be a non-neoplastic polyclonal lymphoproliferative disease or 'pre-lymphoma'.
host and post-transplant lymphoproliferative disease, complications of the gastrointestinal and other systems, including respiratory, first-year follow-up, immune system recovery, prevention of infection after discharge, long term aspects and upcoming advancements.
EBV infection either rapidly leads to death from overwhelming viral replication and hemophagocytosis (accounting for approximately half of all deaths from IM) or a chronic B-cell lymphoproliferative disease with tumors typically occurring in the CNS or gastro-intestinal, or GI, tract.
We also anticipate publication of additional preclinical studies showing the promise of this approach for other lymphoproliferative diseases.
In contrast, the penultimate chapter includes a brief summary of some successes with adoptive immunotherapy for posttransplant lymphoproliferative disease, which is generally refractory to conventional treatment.