MNS

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MNSMinutes
MNSMinister of National Security (various locations)
MNSMaharashtra Navnirman Sena
MNSMalaysian Nature Society
MNSMathematical and Natural Sciences (various schools)
MNSMinneapolis Northfield & Southern (railway)
MNSMoney Never Sleeps (film)
MNSMental, Neurological, and Substance Use (disorder)
MNSMilitary Nursing Service (India)
MNSMenu Source
MNSMajority Node Set
MNSMinimal Node Size
MNSManaged Network Security
MNSMission Needs Statement (US DoD)
MNSMirror Neuron System
MNSMass Notification System
MNSMine Neutralization System (US Navy; US DoD)
MNSManaged Network Solutions (various locations)
MNSMonday Night School (various schools)
MNSMaître Nageur Sauveteur
MNSMelnick-Needles Syndrome
MNSMobileNet Services, Inc. (Irvine, CA)
MNSMetis Nation of Saskatchewan
MNSManaged Network Service (Sprint)
MNSMaster Navigator Software
MNSMicro and Nano System
MNSMetro News Service (Texas)
MNSMobile Net Switch (software)
MNSMusic Never Stops
MNSMonths-No-Sale
MNSMunsch Network Solutions LLC (South Carolina)
MNSMedill News Service
MNSMinneapolis, Northfield, and Southern Railway
MNSMasters of Natural Science
MNSMadras Naturalists' Society (India)
MNSMilwaukee Numismatic Society
MNSMalton Neighbourhood Services (Canada)
MNSModular Number System
MNSMarine Navigation Services
MNSMaster Nuclear Schedule
MNSMajor New System
MNSMasculus Nutrix Societas
MNSMultilateral Netting System/Service
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The including criteria referred to the surgical procedure in patients with Melnick-Needles syndrome (Table 1).
The aim of this article was to present a characteristic clinical image of Melnick-Needles syndrome using an example of an 11.5-year-old female patient and present actual literature review of surgical intervention among patients with Melnick-Needles syndrome.
Melnick-Needles syndrome should be differentiated from Frank-Ter Haar syndrome--which exhibits characteristics similar to MNS.