AKA

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AcronymDefinition
AKAAlso Known As
AKAAlpha Kappa Alpha (sorority)
AKAAttack Cargo Ship (Auxiliary, Cargo, Attack)
AKAAuthentication and Key Agreement
AKAAbstrackt Keal Agram (band)
AKAAmerican Kitefliers Association
AKAAbove Knee Amputation
AKAAmerican Killifish Association
AKAActivation Key Agreement (computer licenses)
AKAAlcoholic Ketoacidosis
AKAAmerican Kennel Association
AKAAustrian Kendo Association
AKAApplied Knowledge Assessment (various organizations)
AKAApplications of Kleene Algebra
AKAAnkeny Kell Architects (St. Paul, MN)
AKAAsahi Kasei America (New York)
AKAAssociation of Korean Adoptees
AKAAll Kenyans Abroad (Kenyan record label)
AKAAnother Known Alias
AKAAlbert Kahn & Associates, Inc. (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
AKAAdvanced Knowledge Associates, Inc.
AKAAsociace Komunikaèních Agentur (European Association of Communications Agencies)
AKAAnarchistic Key Authorization (authentication protocol)
AKAA King Agency (insurance company; Arvada, CO)
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Seven episodes of severe alcoholic ketoacidosis following an alcohol binge in chronic alcohol abusers are described in literature in six nondiabetic female patients, including one pregnant lady who developed two episodes.
The typical biochemical findings in patients with alcoholic ketoacidosis (AKA) include increased anion gap metabolic acidosis, increased serum ketones, a low or normal plasma glucose concentration, an increased plasma lactate concentration, and normal or increased values for blood urea nitrogen and serum creatinine.