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Definition of the noun cva
What does cva mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain
- lexical domain: States - nouns denoting stable states of affairs
- synonyms of CVA: apoplexy / cerebrovascular accident / stroke
- more generic word: attack = a sudden occurrence of an uncontrollable condition
- more specific terms:
- part: cerebral hemorrhage = bleeding from a ruptured blood vessel in the brain
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CVA is the third most common cause of death in the United States today and the most common cause of neurologic disability.
Sensory Evaluation of Food (2010)
Principles and Practices by Harry T. Lawless, Hildegarde Heymann
Similarly, the CVA is the multi-dimensional mean separation technique for MANOVA (Ståhle and Wold, 1990).
by Walter J. Pagano, Thomas A. Buckhoff
CPA, CIRA, CVA is a shareholder in the ...
An Applied Guide including the Basel III Correlation Framework - With Interactive Models in Excel / VBA by Gunter Meissner
We also address a key topic in today's financial markets, credit value adjustment ( CVA). CVA is an adjustment to mitigate credit counterparty risk and includes two types of correlations: (1) general wrongway risk and (2) specific wrongway risk.
by L.H. Chiang, Richard D. Braatz, E.L. Russell
CVA Theorem CVA is a linear dimensionality reduction technique, optimal in terms of maximizing a correlation measure between two sets of variables. The CVA Theorem states that given a vector of variables x e 7£m and another vector of ...
Ichthyology Handbook (2004)
by B.G. Kapoor, Bhavna Khanna
CVA is the correlate of PCA when groups are known or assumed. Its main use is in revealing underlying relationships among groups and variables. While in PCA the latent factors are generally orthologous, or uncorrelated with one another, ...
by Stanley F. Malamed
CVA is the leading cause of serious, long-term disability in the United States, and survivors may be correctly termed “the walking wounded.
An Encyclopedia of Language (2002)
by N.E. Collinge
Oneof the most common causes ofbrain damage is cerebral vascular accident( CVA) or'stroke', asitisusually known.There are several typesof CVA(see Garman1989), but all involve interruptions tothe blood supplyto an areaof the brain,and ...
by Jean Mooney
Combined lesion Spastic/athetoid effects cerebrovascular accident; CVA; stroke rapidly ...
by Diana M. Goodwin
CEREBRAL VASCULAR ACCIDENT (CVA): a blockage or rupture of the vascular system of the brain; usually produces a characteristic paralysis on one side of the body; other symptoms depend on the hemisphere of the brain affected; see ...
With a list of the most important medical and scientific journals and their traditional abbreviations by Rolf Heister
volume CV cresyl violet CV curriculum vitae CVA cerebrovascular accident CVA chorioallantois vaccinia virus Ankara CVA costovertebral angle CVBF coronary venous blood flow CVD cardiovascular disease CVD cerebrovascular disease ...
or canonical variate analysis (CVA) between the past (eqn ) and the future ( eqn ) of the process, new latent variables that provide a reliable approximation ...
by Poly Mary
A CVA is characterized by a relatively abrupt onset of persisting neurological symptoms due to the destruction of brain tissue (infarction) resulting from disorders in the blood vessels that supply the brain. CVAs may be classified into two ...
The Lupus Encyclopedia (2014)
A Comprehensive Guide for Patients and Families by Donald E. Thomas, Jr.
The term for this is a “cerebrovascular accident” (CVA), or more commonly a “stroke.” You can think ...
Cost–value analysis (CVA) is a type of formal economic evaluation that can be used to inform decision makers in a public health service about the value to the public of different health technologies and what ought to be the public health ...
A Dictionary of Dentistry (2010)
by Robert Ireland
cerebrovascular accident (CVA) A sudden and sometimes severe reduction in blood supply to the brain (ischaemia) which leads to a *stroke. There are two broad ...
by Christine Ammer
cerebral vascular accident Also cerebrovascular accident, CVA, stroke. A sudden disturbance of the brain's blood supply, usually caused by an EMBOLISM, a blood clot (see THROMBUS) or a ...
by Joseph Segen
Forensic medicine The reason or event that precipitates death types Proximate COD, immediate COD Statistics'Top ten' US–ASHD/HTN, cancer, CVA/stroke, COPD, accidents– falls, fires, drowning, etc, pneumonia & influenza, diabetes, HIV, ...
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- CVA van
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- English CVA vollies
(vollie = volunteer) these are lana, henry, james, and joe.
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Scrabble value of C3V4A1
The value of this 3-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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