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MSS

Abbreviation for:
Master of Social Service
maternal serum screening
maternity support services
Medical Social Services
Medical Students Section
Medical Superintendents’ Society
Medicare Statistical System
Medium Secure Service  
meningococcal septic shock
mental status schedule
microsatellite stability
middle suprasylvian sulcus
minor surgery suite
morphine sulfate solution
motion-sickness susceptibility
Motor Status Scale
mucus-stimulating substance
multiple sclerosis susceptibility
multi-sensory stimulation
municipal sewage sludge
muscular subaortic stenosis
musculoskeletal symptoms
musculoskeletal system
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The MSS option is giving these manufacturing SMBs peace of mind, since they are freed of the responsibility of having to monitor their equipment.
Because time plays a crucial role in the process, MSS Standby offers the ads to the newspapers in advance so when a space becomes available, the newspaper has the ad "in hand.
The past decade has brought important changes in medical management of MS.
However, a preliminary report on a short-term study of 11 people with MS treated with 19-nor, another form of vitamin D, did not produce significant benefits based on clinical tests or MRI.
is how Patricia Kennedy, RN, a nurse-practitioner at the Rocky Mountain MS Center in Denver, put it.
2006 BP MS 150 riders will begin to arrive Sunday mid-morning and continue to pedal in throughout the afternoon.
Getting to the root of serious vision problems may involve MRI scans, a spinal tap, and other tests to definitely diagnose MS and rule out other, rarer possibilities.
The majority of people diagnosed with MS do not have severe MS.
13,000 bike riders will take off tomorrow morning and head to the State Capitol for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Lone Star Chapter's 22nd annual BP MS 150 Bike Tour.
Cheers as you and your teammates cross the finish line--and that unforgettable moment when a person with MS places a medal over your head and thanks you for helping in the fight against MS.