3 Starting with android obesity, metabolic syndrome seems to be at the intersection of risk factors and an essential actor for cardiovascular events.
What does SYND stand for?
SYND stands for Syndrome
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We have 1 other meaning of SYND in our Acronym Attic
- Sync Channel
- Chambre Syndicale des Sociétés de Commerce International Ayant des Bureaux À l'Etranger (French trading companies union)
- Synchronized Markup Language
- Synchronous Communications (Sattelite)
- Syndicat National des Concepteurs En Systèmes de Restauration (French: National Union of Catering System Designers)
- Sync Command Receive
- Sync Command Transmit
- Synthesis of Database Applications and Multimedia Applications
- Syndicat de l'Architecture (French: Architecture Union)
- Service de Laison entre les Mouvements et Groupements de Jeunesse (French: World Fellowship of Orthodox Youth)
- Synthetic Detergent
- Syndicated Exclusivity (overlapping cable TV coverage areas)
- Syndicat des Employeurs Associatifs Action Sociale et Santé (French employers union)
- Syndicat National de l'Equipement des Grandes Cuisines (French: National Union of Large Kitchen Equipment)
- Syndicat National d'Etudes et de Recherches pour les Coopératives Agricoles et Leur Unions (France)
- Syndicat National des Etablissements et Résidences Privées pour Personnes Agées (French: National Union of Institutions and Private Residences for the Elderly)
- Syndicat National des Enseignents du Second Degre de Cote d'Ivore
Samples in periodicals archive:
Metabolic syndrome is not pre-diabetes, insulin resistance or glucose intolerance.
Intriguingly, one of these intelligent, genetically alike boys displays a much more severe version of Asperger syndrome than the other does.
Description * Types of WS * Cause * Research studies * Additional online resources Description Waardenburg syndrome (WS) is an inherited disorder often characterized by varying degrees of hearing loss and changes in skin and hair pigmentation.
In December, people battling the syndrome gained a powerful weapon against the ailment - growth hormones.
The Marfan syndrome is a relatively uncommon hereditary disorder which affects approximately 20,000 people in the United States, or one person in 10,000.
The onset and progression of the syndrome is particularly tragic -- a seemingly healthy female baby unexpectedly enters a period of developmental regression, between 6 and 18 months of age, during which her head growth decelerates, she begin to lose acquired speech and motor skills and develops stereotyped, repetitive movements.
And promising data on an experimental medicine indicate that the first specific drug for chronic fatigue syndrome may be nearing the market.