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LACLibrary and Archives Canada
LACLos Angeles Clippers
LACLos Angeles County
LACLatin America and the Caribbean
LACLearning Assistance Center
LACLicensed Acupuncturist
LACLaw-Abiding Citizen (band)
LACLatin American Countries
LACLaceration
LACLiberal Arts College
LACLoud and Clear (Cranberries song)
LACLocal Authority Circular
LACLegislative Action Center
LACLos Alamos County (New Mexico)
LACL2TP Access Concentrator
LACLupus Anticoagulant
LACLouisiana Administrative Code
LACLegal Assistance Centre (Namibia)
LACLocal Area Coverage
LACLeading Aircraftman
LACLimits of Acceptable Change
LACLegislative Action Committee
LACLocation Area Code (GSM cellular technology)
LACLocal Advisory Committee
LACLooked After Child(ren)
LACLink Access Control
LACLabor Advisory Committee
LACLive and Active Cultures (yogurt)
LACLanguages across the Curriculum (various schools)
LACL-Acetylcarnitine
LACLicensed Associate Counselor
LACLicensed Addictions Counselor
LACLockheed Aircraft Corporation
LACLaboratory of Atmospheric Chemistry
LACLarge Animal Clinic
LACLight Attack Craft (David Weber's Honor Harrington series)
LACLegislation Advisory Committee (Ministry of Justice; New Zealand)
LACLong Arm Cast (cast immobilizing wrist and elbow)
LACLiberian Agricultural Company
LACLeading Air Cadet (Royal Air Cadets)
LACLeisa Atmospheric Corrector
LACLocal Agency Check
LACLoop Assignment Center
LACLatest Acquisition Cost
LACLondon Aquatic Club
LACLeft Antecubital (IV site)
LACLotus Authorized Consultants
LACLaboratory Advisory Committee
LACLocal Assigned Code
LACLettres, Arts et Cinéma (French: Letters, Arts and Film)
LACLoad Accumulator
LACLocal Area Controller
LACLow Authority Control
LACLaunch Area Coordinator (TLAM)
LACLow Ambient Control (air temperature)
LACLivestock Advisory Committee
LACLocal Area Communication
LACLights Advisory Committee (sea navigation)
LACLicensed Asbestos Consultant
LACLoomis Armored Car
LACLicense Agreement Code
LACLiving Architecture Centre
LACLimited Access Control (Interstate and major highway operation system)
LACLocal Access Communications (Washington state)
LACLinear Amplifier Circuit
LACLight Armor Company
LACLanao Agricultural College
LACLow Altitude Cruise
LACLarge Anechoic Chamber
LACLaboratory Academic Committee (China)
LACLemon Administration Committee
LACLocal Access Carrier
LACLiga Antituberculosos Colombiana (Colombian anti-Tuberculosis League)
LACLayer 2 Aggregation Concentrator (Hekimian)
LACLaunch Azimuth Corridor
LACLifetime Authorization Cards
LACLittle American Car
LACLivi Away Crew (UK)
LACLiceo Aplicado en Computación (Spanish; Guatemalan school)
LACLeadership Advisory Committee (various organizations)
LACLanguage and Cognition (various organizations)
LACLabor Advisory Council (various locations)
LACLakeshore Athletic Club (Chicago, IL)
LACLiving Arts Centre (Canada)
LACLibrary Advisory Commission (California)
LACLocal Arrangements Committee (various organizations)
LACLinux Audio Conference (computing)
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The decision to follow up at 3 months, instead of 6, 9, 12 months or 2 year came from the fact that the 3-month cosmetic outcome is generally the standard for evaluating success of laceration.
Apposition of laceration is performed in two layers and suture knots are buried to prevent corneal irritation (Gelatt, 1981).
12 In a prospective cohort observational study of NCAA division I players, Laprade and colleagues found a significant decrease in facial lacerations with use of full facial protection, compared to a historical cohort without a face mask.
6%) who reported falling to be the cause of the trauma, and fighting was the cause of laceration in 13 (13.
Nineteen percent of women who had vaginal delivery and anal sphincter laceration met the criteria for AI according to the EPIQ.
We have not found any similar reports of subcutaneous emphysema confined to the neck, which in this patient appears to have been due to the cuff of the tracheal tube approximating the length of the laceration and thus containing any further escape of inflated gas.
A study compared infection rates for 442 lacerations (IMJ Ill.
On Tuesday, his son appeared on Spanish-language television, showing a small laceration on his stomach.
After the doctor finishes suturing your child's laceration, he will most likely tell you to keep the wound clean, dry, and covered for at least two days.
Pathologist Dr Keith McCarthy told the inquest: "The only significant trauma was a 20 millimetre deep laceration on the left side of the neck which was exposing the muscle.