ACLS

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AcronymDefinition
ACLSAdvanced Cardiac Life Support
ACLSAmerican Council of Learned Societies (New York, NY)
ACLSAnnals of Clinical and Laboratory Science (publication; Association of Clinical Scientists)
ACLSAdult and Community Learning Services
ACLSAcrocallosal Syndrome
ACLSAssociation of Canada Lands Surveyors
ACLSAir Cushion Landing System
ACLSAll-weather Carrier Landing System
ACLSAuto Carrier Landing System
ACLSAutomated Control & Landing System
ACLSAnticardiolipin Syndrome (blood clotting disorder)
ACLSAutoshift Common Low Side
ACLSAutomated/Automatic Carrier Landing System
ACLSAdvanced Computer Lab for Shipbuilding (University of New Orleans)
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References in periodicals archive ?
al-Turk, "Acute unilateral blindness from superior ophthalmic vein thrombosis: a rare presentation of nephrotic syndrome from class IV lupus nephritis in the absence of antiphospholipid or anticardiolipin syndrome," Case Reports in Hematology, vol.
Hughes, "The anticardiolipin syndrome," Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology, vol.
Acute adrenal insufficiency as a manifestation of the anticardiolipin syndrome. Ann Rheum Dis.
This led to the first description of the so-called anticardiolipin syndrome, also referred to as the antiphospholipid syndrome by the same investigators (1).
Although it is interesting that our patient also had the anticardiolipin syndrome, most patients do not have both conditions.