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or M.I.S.,

management information system.


a prefix applied to various parts of speech, meaning “ill,” “mistaken,” “wrong,” “wrongly,” “incorrectly,” or simply negating: mistrial; misprint; mistrust.
[Middle English; Old English mis(se)-; c. Old Frisian, Old Saxon, Old Norse mis-, Old High German missa-, missi-, Gothic missa- (see miss1)]


var. of miso- before some vowels: misanthrope.
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Age is one of an important factor for ovarian reserve quality and quantity determination.1 Follicular stimulating hormone (FSH) is the test widely used for ovarian reserve.2 Serum Antimullerian hormone (AMH) is also a reliable marker that reflects the acyclical ovarian activity.
"The influence of age and smoking on AMH serum levels is now largely accepted but a clear effect of environmental factors has not been demonstrated so far," says Antonio La Marca, the study's first investigator.
HM the King blessed the development project and praised the AMH officials' efforts to offer the best medical and therapeutic services for citizens and residents, pointing out the good reputation of the AMH as a medical and healthcare center that has offered great services to the people of Bahrain and the region since its inception.
An AMH spokesman said the "ambassador is being taken care of".Meanwhile, a source told the GDN that a man travelling with Mr Martin in the vehicle suffered injuries and was referred to Salmaniya Medical Complex.
Dr George Cheriyan, AMH's corporate CEO and chief medical officer, said: "The apartments provide a great space for staff to unwind, call a home and feel secure.
OSI has good correlation with AMH and AFC, which are considered best markers of ovarian responsiveness.
Anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) is produced by the granulosa cells of the primary follicles, from fetal life to menopause.
Having a reliable test for circulating AMH for clinical use allows measurement of a hormone that, unlike follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone, does not fluctuate throughout the menstrual cycle for premenopausal women.
"Women desiring pregnancy who are skipping periods can be more reassured if their AMH is normal, as studies suggest, that AMH is highly predictive of timing of menopause."
The data showed that the PicoAMH Elisa test performed reasonably well at determining levels of AMH in the blood and identifying women who had their last menstrual period and women who were more than five years away from their last menstrual period.