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et al

Latin for "et alii," which means "and others." For example, the phrase "IBM, Microsoft, HP, et al" means "IBM, Microsoft, HP and others."
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Iwaki et al reviewed the medical records of 137 children (220 ears) who had otitis media with effusion (OME).
2; #21, 14 & 8, respectively) revealed the presence of several new volcano-sedimentary belts that have good gold and base-metal potential (Labbe et al.
In these sports, the impact of body image is emphasized, the athletes are judged to some degree by physical appearance, and to be competitive they often demand extremely low percentages of body fat (Murphy & Gutekunst, 1997; Oliosi, Dalle Grave, & Burlini, 1999; Patel, Greydanus, et al.
The prevalence rates of CB in communities exposed to indoor biomass smoke have been reported to be high (Albalak et al.
Riley S, Fraser C, Donnelly CA, Ghani AC, Abu-Raddad LJ, Hedley AJ, et al.
2) Lautermann et al demonstrated a possible relationship between ototoxicity and dietary factors.
While research has focused to a greater extent on families with a son or daughter with mental retardation in the early stages of development through adolescence (Rowitz, 1991; Seltzer & Ryff, 1994; Turnbull et al.
Nemmar A, Hoet PH, Vanquickenborne B, Dinsdale D, Thomeer M, Hoylaerts MF, et al.
In their series of 21 patients, Finkelstein et al noted that only 11 had the full spectrum of facial anomalies; the most common signs were narrow palpebral fissures and a high nasal bridge.
In further investigations of clusters with this "broader net," among 66% of case-patients, Ijaz et al.
The majority of studies have determined patient delay as the time between first noticing symptoms and first face-to-face consultation with a medical professional (Burgess et al.