CALM

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CALMDepartment of Conservation and Land Management (Western Australia)
CALMConservation and Land Management (Australia)
CALMCalifornia Living Museum
CALMCommercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act
CALMCircumpolar Active Layer Monitoring
CALMCareer and Life Management (Canada)
CALMCatenary Anchor Leg Mooring
CALMCannabis as Living Medicine (Canada; est. 1996)
CALMCanadian Association of Labour Media (Toronto, ON, Canada)
CALMCognitive and Affective Learning Model
CALMCenter for Alternative Living Medicine
CALMCafe-Au-Lait Macules
CALMCollaborative Application Lifecycle Management (also seen as C/ALM)
CALMCanadian Association of Logistics Management
CALMCatholic Action League of Massachusetts
CALMCustody Action for Lesbian Mothers
CALMContinuous Air interface for Long and Medium range (telecommunications)
CALMCentralized Acquisition and License Management
CALMCircumarctic Active Layer Monitoring
CALMCommon Assembly Language for Microprocessors
CALMClient Account Lifecycle Management
CALMComputer Aided Asset Liability Management
CALMComputer Assisted Learning Module
CALMComputer-Assisted Livestock Marketing
CALMCommunity Action in Learning Music (Greece)
CALMCitizens Against Legalized Murder
CALMChildren Affected with Lymphatic Malformations
CALMComputer Automated Load Manifesting
CALMCatapult Arresting-Gear and Landing-Aids Maintenance
CALMCriticality Alarm Logic Module
CALMCharlottesville's Abundant Life Ministries
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Dermatological examination revealed multiple ragged-edge cafe-au-lait macules in the lumbosacral area and bilaterally on her legs.
More importantly, she lacked the most common features of familial consanguinity or cafe-au-lait macules which would trigger further investigation into genetic disease.
Cafe-au-lait macules (CALMs) are sharply defined, light-brown patches that vary in size from 0.5 to 50 cm.
Axillary freckling, cafe-au-lait macules, plexiform neurofibromas or any other skeletal deformities were not present.
Conclusion: Mongolian blue spot are the commonest pigmented birthmarks observed followed by cafe-au-lait macules and congenital melanocytic nevi.
McCune Albright syndrome (MAS) was diagnosed if patients with mono/ polystotic FD had either cafe-au-lait macules and/or endocrinopathy.
Our patient has had polystotic fibrous dysplasia (skull, maxilla, long bones), cafe-au-lait macules, and hypersecretory endocrinopathy (acromegaly).
MPNST was followed in order by plexiform neurofibroma, optic glioma, skin tumors, learning disabilities, and cafe-au-lait macules (Table 1).
Association of juvenile xanthogranuloma with cafe-au-lait macules. Int J Dermatol 2001; 40:283-5.
-- Cafe-au-lait macules can be the tip-off to a diagnosis of neurofibromatosis in a young child but only if the patient has more than five macules that are greater than 5 mm in diameter, Dr.