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alm

[älm]
(ecology)
A meadow in alpine or subalpine mountain regions.

ALM

On drawings, abbr. for “alarm.”

ALM

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Acral lentiginous melanoma is easy to diagnose clinically in advanced stages; the flat, darkly pigmented lesion on the sole of a foot that is several centimeters in diameter can hardly be anything but a melanoma.
Acral lentiginous melanoma (including in situ melanoma) arising in association with naevocellular naevi.
Differential expression of melanoma associated antigens in acral lentiginous melanoma and in nodular melanoma lesions.
Acral lentiginous melanomas compose a minority of the melanomas in fair-skinned people but are a majority of the melanoma cases in blacks.