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ALS

abbr.
1. amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
2. autograph letters, signed

ALS

abbreviation for
autograph letter signed

ALS

amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
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Noun1.ALS - thickening of tissue in the motor tracts of the lateral columns and anterior horns of the spinal cordALS - thickening of tissue in the motor tracts of the lateral columns and anterior horns of the spinal cord; results in progressive muscle atrophy that starts in the limbs
nervous disorder, neurological disease, neurological disorder - a disorder of the nervous system
induration, sclerosis - any pathological hardening or thickening of tissue
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court, that it is unfortunate that the Alsen community is also situated
In the literature there are some studies suggesting that there is no significant relationship between the variables of age and self-efficacy (Uysal, Kosemen, 2013; Brink, Alsen, Herlitz, Kjellgren, Cliffordson, 2012).
We also thank Emilia Alsen and Francelina Morillo for their help with data collection.
Alsen - Matthew Alsen, 55, of Roseburg, died May 28.
As Eberhard Alsen states, "the collection contains stories that reveal both his earlier pessimistic outlook and his artistic debt to Ernest Hemingway, on the other hand it contains stories that demonstrate his later religious outlook and his emergence as a writer with a distinctly original voice" (102).
Modern medicine's approach to treating heart disease isn't to withhold therapies until after the heart fails, Alsen and colleagues pointed out January 18 in Neurology.
4) Seymour's suicide proves this conflict irresolvable, despite the fact that Seymour, as Eberhard Alsen points out, does take the important step of trying to bridge his intellectual world and Muriel's more superficial, material, yet, from a certain perspective, more human world by marrying the girl.
It was not related to physical effort or a lack of rest; it occurred unpredictably and could not be attributed to any definite cause," said nurse Pia Alsen, author of the thesis.
In the late 1980s, a black woman named Florence Robinson worked to translate esoteric risk assessments and epidemiology reports, so that residents of the predominantly black community of Alsen, Louisiana, could better understand their destitute health conditions.
It was in 1909 that Nolde left his fisherman's cottage on the idyllic Baltic island of Alsen to settle in Ruttebull by the far less hospitable North Sea coast.