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DSC

abbr.
Distinguished Service Cross
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DSc

abbreviation for
(Education) Doctor of Science

DSC

abbreviation for
(Military) Distinguished Service Cross
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DSC

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D.Sc.

Doctor of Science.

D.S.C.

Distinguished Service Cross.
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Translations

DSC

(Brit) N ABBR =Distinguished Service Crosscruz f al mérito militar
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DSc

abbr of Doctor of ScienceDr. rer. nat.
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XP was established by skin hypersensitivity to sunlight, and the development of freckling and pigmentary changes.4 In a case study reported in Pakistan, 4 out of 7 members of a family had similar features characteristic of XP, ocular manifestations being more prominent, and were also diagnosed using clinical findings only since diagnostic tests were not available in our setting.9 The patient was reevaluated for de Sanctis-Cacchione syndrome (dSCS), which had been in the differential diagnosis.
This abnormality in DNA repair can lead to XP, De Sanctis-Cacchione syndrome (DSC), Cockayne syndrome (CS), XP/CS complex, and Trichothiodystrophy or overlapping manifestations [3].
Albert Neisser.6 In 1932, DeSanctis and Cacchione7 helped to coin the term "De Sanctis-Cacchione syndrome" to apply to cases of XP with severe neurological deficiency.