ACL


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ACL

abbr.
anterior cruciate ligament

ACL

abbreviation for
(Anatomy) anterior cruciate ligament
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On February 27, a three-day ACL 105 basic-level programme workshop will be organised, which will be followed by a two-day ACL 201 data analysis workshop," said Jose Chacko, CEO of Al Osool Al Arabia LLC.
care of ACL injury and an efficient ways for the surgical treatment of a torn ACL.
SS), China's largest bank by assets, has said that it has received all necessary approvals from authorities in China and Thailand to take over ACL Bank Pcl (ACL.
Although sporadically confirmed by culture and PCR, ZCL and ACL are usually differentiated by specific clinical aspects, especially of skin lesions: dry lesions characterize urban ACL; wet lesions, often super-infected and disseminating, characterize rural ZCL.
Centralize processing on the server to more easily share ACL Projects and extend data reach to increase productivity and coverage; and
His patellar tendon was used to replace his ACL, and he returned in time for August training camp and won a starting job.
An ACL repair can be performed successfully at any time up to one year, so there is no rush.
Under the agreement terms, which went into effect in December 2005, Sysmex America will standardize hematology testing conducted at 65 ACL Laboratories' institutions in the US.
You may be interested in the general strategies and specific plans we use at Michigan State for the reduction of non-contact ACL injuries.
Noncontact ACL injuries occur due to environmental factors such as equipment and shoe surface interaction; anatomic factors, including knee and hip angle; hormonal factors; and biomechanical factors such as muscular strength, skill level, and body movement.
Either knee could buckle at any moment, as the left one did in 1986, when the ACL was busted during a performance of Ailey's Bad Blood in Vancouver.