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LLD

abbr.
Latin Legum Doctor (Doctor of Laws)
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LLD

abbreviation for
(Education) Doctor of Laws
[Latin: Legum Doctor]
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LL.D.

Doctor of Laws.
[< New Latin Lēgum Doctor]
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Noun1.LLD - an honorary law degree
honorary degree, honoris causa - a degree conferred to honor the recipient
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Translations

LLD

N ABBR (Univ) =Legum Doctor (= Doctor of Laws) → Dr(a). en Dcho
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LLD

abbr of Doctor of LawsDr. jur.
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LLD

[ˌɛlɛlˈdiː] n abbr =Doctor of Lawsdottorato in Giurisprudenza
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References in periodicals archive ?
Kim, "Differences in leg length discrepancy and weight distribution between the healthy and unhealthy sides of hemiplegic stroke patients," Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences, vol.
Because of the leg length discrepancy, she was protected from weight bearing for six weeks when she was reviewed in our outpatient clinic.
Logistical regression of factors from the univariate analysis Risk factor Odds 95% Confidence p- ratio interval value Handlebar height 0.90 0.78-1.03 0.11 Saddle height 0.55 0.21-1.48 0.24 Lumbar curvature 1.01 1.00-1.09 0.03 * in brake lever position Gmed 3.43 0.98-11.94 0.05 * LLD <20 mm 0.21 0.02-2.61 0.22 Gmed, Gluteus Medius; LLD, leg length discrepancy * Indicates all factors with a statistically significant relationship (<0.05)
Leg length discrepancy (LLD) affects up to 90% of the general population with a mean discrepancy of 5.2 mm (21,22) that involves abnormal patterns of weight bearing in the joints of the lower extremities and the spine.
Other than the equally broken Shentons' line, findings shown in the post-op pelvic radiograph mentioned previously, the following radiographic indices are analyzed to discuss the mechanism of compensating for the leg length discrepancy after the second operation.
Among specifics are history and examination of the pediatric patient, the hip, the foot and ankle, the spine, the shoulder, congenital hand deformities, neuromuscular diseases, musculoskeletal infections, pysis and leg length discrepancy, multiple-choice questions, and viva and clinical practice.
She also has a leg length discrepancy brought about by her pelvis being twisted so she has to have orthopaedic shoes to lift her one leg.
[sup][6] When dissociation of bipolar prostheses occurs, physical examination may show leg length discrepancy, severe hip pain with limited range of motion, and the inability to bear weight on the affected extremity.
I also see a role for orthotics in clear structural issues such as an anatomic leg length discrepancy.
They've had no problems with any breaks and there is no leg length discrepancy.
The most reliable clinical signs in DDH are restricted abduction and leg length discrepancy. Asymmetry of the buttock and thigh creases is also suggestive of DDH but it must be remembered that this is only the case if it is associated with leg length discrepancy.