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Mma

A fast Mathematica-like system, in Allegro CL by R. Fateman, 1991.

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MMA

(Microcomputer Managers Association, Inc.) A membership organization with chapters throughout the U.S. that was devoted to educating personnel responsible for personal computers. It disbanded in 1996.
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Late-onset monomelic amyotrophy in a Caucasian woman.
PTS, also called brachial neuritis or neuralgic amyotrophy, occurred in 4 of the 15 patients
MRI findings of bening monomelic amyotrophy of lower limb.
Motor neural damage results in distal limb weakness, termed diabetic amyotrophy.
Furthermore, other potential causes of a winged scapula such as long thoracic nerve neuropathy, accessory nerve lesion, neuralgic amyotrophy, C7 radiculopathy, and progressive muscular dystrophy were excluded by ENMG.
Neuralgic amyotrophy (NA) is a more common neurological syndrome than is generally assumed, clinically presenting with the acute onset of severe pain around the shoulder and arm followed by sensory deficits, muscle weakness, and severe atrophy (6).
A new mitochondrial DNA deletion associated with diabetic amyotrophy, diabetic myoatrophy and diabetic fatty liver.
EMG was consistent with neuralgic amyotrophy of the posterior and anterior interosseous nerve.
They typed in the symptoms of such diseases as Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD), gastrointestinal bleed, amyotrophy - a neurological disorder - and encephalitis, inflammation of the brain, to see whether they got the correct diagnosis.
The disease, due to the amyotrophy of the foot muscle, has been tentatively called abalone amyotrophia.
Epidural venous system (meningorachidian venous plexus) in juvenile amyotrophy od distal upper extremety: Assessment with GD-DTPA enhanced volumetric MR study.
Proximal neuropathy, sometimes called lumbosacral plexus neuropathy, femoral neuropathy, or diabetic amyotrophy, starts with pain in either the thighs, hips, buttocks, or legs, usually on one side of the body.

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