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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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Few researchers believe that a single theory can account for the complexity seen in patients diagnosed with CFS; a multi-factorial etiology is most likely (Farrar et al.
Rabbits exposed to acute wood smoke had impaired macrophage phagocytic function, surface adherence (Fick et al.
Its use has been linked to higher levels of depression (Keyes et al.
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The use of the staging system enables the evaluation of treatment and may help clinicians in deciding about prognoses and appropriate management (Rees et al.
The currently reported prevalence rates represent 1% to 3% of the population in industrialized countries; however, actual rates may be considerably higher as the accuracy of these statistics remains suspect due to underreporting (American Psychiatric Association, 2000; Keel et al.
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The developmental movement of a family from one stage to another is termed a family transition (McCubbin et al.