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AIS

Abbreviation for:
Abbreviated Injury Scale (see there) 
adenocarcinoma in situ
alcohol-insoluble solids (food industry)
anal carcinoma in situ
androgen-insensitivity syndrome (see there)
anterior interosseous nerve syndrome
anti-insulin serum (no longer used)
attitude indicating system

AIS

1. Abbreviated Injury Scale A classification of severity of MVA injury formulated in 1985 by the American Association of Automotive Medicine. See Injury Severity Score.
2. Adenocarcinoma in situ.
3. Anal carcinoma in situ.
4. Androgen-insensitivity syndrome, see there.

AIS

Abbreviation for acute ischemic stroke.

AIS,

n active isolated stretching; a sequence of stretching exercises that encourages flexibility by combining active stretching and reciprocal inhibition (RI) methods. The move-ments are performed repetitively until adequate progress has been made. Unlike muscle energy techniques, these exercises do not make use of the numerous benefits of postisometric relaxation (PIR). See also MET and PIR.

AIS

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The AIS Business Cloud UC service is highlighted at the recently launched AIS Innovation Centre in Bangkok and demonstrates a full suite UC solution for existing and prospective customers.
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Our high-performance operator interfaces offer increased quality and higher reliability at lower costs," said Nelson Tsay, AIS.
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