APL

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AcronymDefinition
APLApplied Physics Laboratory
APLApple Public License (Darwin/Mac OS X Open-Source Project)
APLA Programming Language
APLApproved Products List
APLApplied Physics Letters
APLApplied Physics Lab (Johns Hopkins University)
APLAntiphospholipid
APLAide Personnalisée Au Logement (French: personalized housing subsidy)
APLAnimal Protective League
APLAustralian Pork Limited
APLAccredited Prior Learning
aPLAnti-Phospholipid (proteins)
APLAverage Picture Level
APLAnimal Planet (cable network channel)
APLApproved Product List
APLAnti-Personnel Landmines
APLAutomatic Premium Loan (Insurance Term)
APLAssistant Patrol Leader (Boy Scouts of America)
APLAccreditation for Prior Learning
APLAverage Path Length
APLAssociation des Professeurs de Lettres (French: Association of Professors of Letters)
APLAdjustable Pressure Limiting (valve on anesthesia machines)
APLBarracks Craft (Non Self-Propelled)
APLApplication Programming Language
APLApproved Parts List
APLAtrichia with Papular Lesions
APLAlles Parallel Loesbar
APLAtomic Power Laboratory
APLArmpit Length (length of hair)
APLAqueous Phase Liquid
APLArphic Public License
APLAirport Pseudolite (communications navigation surveillance)
APLAshland Public Library (Ashland, OH)
APLArmy Promotion List
APLAnterior Pituitary-Like
APLAssociated Pathologists Laboratories
APLAutomatic Programming Language
APLAssociation de Promotion du Logement (French: Association for the Promotion of Housing; Belgium)
APLAverage Power Laser
APLAutomatic Parts Loader
APLAdaptive Parametric Linearization
APLAssembly Parts List
APLAssociation des Pompiers de Laval
APLApplication Parts List
APLAcquisition Policy Letter
APLAltoona Parochial League (Pennsylvania))
APLAlternative Pollutant Limit(s)
APLApplied Psychological Laboratory (India, Defence Institute of Psychological Research)
APLArmy Personnel Letter
APLAuthorized Price List
APLAnnular Pressure Level (oil industry)
APLAnnular Pressure Losses (oil drilling)
APLAll Plastic Laminate (packaging industry)
APLAssociation of Police Lawyers (UK)
APLAdvanced Prototypes Lab for Satellite Payloads (University of California, Santa Cruz program)
APLAnimal Production Level (ruminant nutrition)
APLAmerican Paintball League
APLAmateur Public Link (golf)
APLAmbulance Platoon Leader
APLAdvance Payday Loan (consumer finance)
APLAdvanced Programming Languages (computer science)
APLAmateur Poker League
APLAlliance of Progressive Labour (Philippines)
APLAdditional Paternity Leave
APLAcute Promyelocytic Leukemia
APLArlington Public Library (various locations)
APLAssociation of Professional Librarians (various locations)
APLAustralian Plague Locust (insect)
APLAbductor Pollicis Longus
APLAccountants Professional Liability (insurance)
APLAnalog Private Line
APLAbove Poverty Line (India)
APLAirport Lights
APLAllowance Parts List (IIS)
APLAnti-Predatory Lending (policy)
APLAcceptable Performance Levels
APLAirplane
APLAllowance Parts List
APLAmerican Poetry and Literacy project
APLAmerican President Lines
References in periodicals archive ?
The presence of elevated D-dimer levels and multiple thromboses in the absence of known risk factors, including immobilization, drugs, or trauma, in addition to the correctable prolonged APTT and positive antiphospholipid antibody results, led to the diagnosis of APS.
The pathogenetic role and the clinical importance of the presence of antiphospholipid antibodies (APAs) in patients with immune ITP are not clear.
SLE-associated antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) was detected in 57 patients (25.
Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome or Hughes syndrome, is a systemic autoimmune disorder that involves immune mediated reactions leading to the formation of antibodies against the phospholipid membrane of the blood cells triggering the coagulation cascade and thrombosis.
Cutaneous manifestations of antiphospholipid syndrome: A review of the clinical features, diagnosis and management.
ARI can also be attributed to less common causes such as trauma, (5) idiopathic dissection of the renal artery, (6) paradoxical embolism, (7) or underlying hypercoagulable states such as antiphospholipid antibody syndrome.
We found out that she had antiphospholipid syndrome and that these strokes could happen anytime.
Encouragingly, the CV risk may be reduced by regular exercise, statin therapy and possibly low-dose aspirin for any patient with [greater than or equal to]1 traditional risk factors for atherosclerotic disease, or with antiphospholipid antibodies.
KEY WORDS: Systemic lupus erythematosus, Antiphospholipid antibodies, White matter hyperintensities, Magnetic resonance imaging, Lupus anticoagulant, venous sinus thrombosis.
The Clinical Spectrum of Antiphospholipid Syndrome Hemat and Onc Clin N Am 2008; 22: 33-52.
Whether a woman with antiphospholipid antibodies meets diagnostic criteria for antiphospholipid syndrome makes a huge difference in her risk of pregnancy failure.