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ALLAlley
ALLAllee (German: alley)
ALLAlbanian Lek (currency code)
ALLAllstate Insurance Company (stock symbol)
ALLAcute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
ALLAcute Lymphocytic Leukemia
ALLAcute Lymphatic Leukemia
ALLAdult Learning and Literacy (various organizations)
ALLAmérica Latina Logística (Brazilian logistic company)
ALLAssociation for Language Learning (UK)
ALLAllstate Corporation (stock symbol)
ALLAllegheny Airlines
ALLAdult Literacy League (Orlando, FL)
ALLAnterior Longitudinal Ligament
ALLAmerican Life League
ALLArmy Lessons Learned (US Army)
ALLAcademy for Lifelong Learning (various locations)
ALLAnterolateral Ligament (knee)
ALLArts League of Lowell (Lowell, MA)
ALLAmerican League of Lobbyists
ALLAlternative Language Learning
ALLAirborne Laser Laboratory
ALLAdaptable Log Layout
ALLAmerican Liberty League
ALLArtificial Language Laboratory
ALLAmerican Long Lines (various locations)
ALLAutonomous Learning Laboratory
ALLAquatic Lands Lease
ALLAircraft Landing Lamp
ALLAdams-Millis Corporation (former NYSE symbol; now delisted)
ALLAll Living Legends (Oslo, Norway gaming group)
ALLAverage Loudness Level
ALLAustronesian Languages and Linguistics (Conference)
ALLApplication Load List
ALLArizona LANbashers League (LAN gaming community)
ALLAddress Locator Logic
ALLAmerican Liberation League
ALLAverage Local Lengths (method)
ALLAugustana Luther League
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Caption: FIGURE 7 Dissection of the anterior longitudinal ligament
The medial right crus was attached to the anterolateral surface of the bodies and intervertebral discs of the upper three lumbar vertebrae and blended with the anterior longitudinal ligament. The lateral right was crus attached only to the intervertebral disc between the third and fourth lumbar vertebrae (Figure 1 & 2).
Further, the anterior disc is reinforced by the anterior longitudinal ligament, which is very strong.
Legend: LF= ligamentum flavum, ALL= anterior longitudinal ligament,
(8) They are not due to calcification of the anterior longitudinal ligament but rather ossification of the anterior portion of the annulus fibrosis of the intervertebral disc.
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