portfolio earns significantly positive average returns in each of the three quarters of the post-ranking period.
Both the occurrence and the progression of WML
are associated with cognitive decline, dementia, stroke, and mortality. A longitudinal cohort study conducted over 4 years by Uiterwijk et al . suggested that, in hyperintensive patients, the progression of periventricular WML
was related to cognitive impairment (especially executive function), whereas there was no association between baseline periventricular WML
and cognitive dysfunction.
To comply with the VCI harmonization standard , 3D/T1- and proton-density/T2 and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) sequences were obtained for WML
measurement, which was determined as ill-defined hyperintensities [greater than or equal to] 5 mm on FLAIR but isointense with normal brain parenchyma on T1-weighted images.
Yousif Al-Draiweesh appreciated role of World Muslim League and said that IIU and WML
have common objectives to promote education in Muslim countries especially in the fields of Islamic education, Hifz e Quran and Islamic research.
Furthermore, they document that the WML
factor may be linked to future economic growth, but with a lesser significance vis-a-vis the SMB and HML factors.
With one hand on the dog's lead and the other holding a service pistol, until the WML
there had been no practical way to hold a light during night operations.
Weapon-mounted lights (WMLs
)--which are white-light units designed to attach to a firearm--have become one of the most popular accessories in the industry.
are often found incidentally on image exams, predominantly in elderly people .
-39 dB sidelobes level is obtained for the width of the main lobe (WML
) equal to 3.
In light of the university's publicized commitment to sustainability, the Weinberg Memorial Library (WML
) of The University of Scranton formed a "green team" in 2010 to help fulfill this new aspect of the university's mission and to improve sustainability within the library.