Definitions for "Mumps"
A specific infectious febrile disorder characterized by a nonsuppurative inflammation of the parotid glands, and sometimes causing inflammation of the testes or ovaries; also called epidemic parotitis or infectious parotitis. It is caused by infection with a paramyxovirus.
An contagious disease occurring mainly in childhood marked by swelling in front of the ears. Can be prevented through childhood immunization.
Mild, contagious, viral disease that causes painful swelling of the salivary glands. Other symptoms may include fever, headache and sore throat. Rarely, other organs may become involved, including testicles, ovaries, pancreas, breasts or brain.
The Multi-user MEMS Process developed by MCNC and funded by Darpa; a process used for three-layer polysilicon surface micromachining prototyping.
Multi-User MEMS Process. Foundry process & standard developed by Cronos. The process allow several device / system designs to be fabricated simultaneously on one wafer.
Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multiprogramming System
Abbreviated as M. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) computer language used by VA FileMan and throughout VistA. The acronym MUMPS stands for assachusetts General Hospital tility ulti rogramming ystem.
MUMPS (Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multi-Programming System), or alternatively M, is a programming language created in the late 1960s, originally for use in the healthcare industry. It was designed to make writing database-driven applications easy while simultaneously making efficient use of computing resources. Although it never gained widespread popularity, it was adopted as the language-of-choice for many healthcare and financial information systems/databases (especially ones developed in the 1970s and early 1980s) and continues to be used by many of the same clients today.
Sullenness; silent displeasure; the sulks.
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