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AMS

Abbreviation for:
abortus, melitensis, suis (species of Brucella)
acute maxillary sinusitis
acute mountain sickness
advanced medical systems
alphamethylstyrene
altered mental status
ammonium sulphonate
amylase
antimacrophage serum (obsolete)
Army Medical Services (Medspeak-UK)
Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases database (NIH)
aseptic meningitis syndrome
Association of Medical Secretaries (Medspeak-UK)
Association of Military Surgeons
atypical measles syndrome
auditory memory span (physiology)
automated multiphasic screening

AMS

1. Acute maxillary sinusitis. See Sinusitis.

AMS

Abbrev. for Army Medical Services.
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Four AMs are employing their husband or wife in the highest possible wage band from the public purse.
Before our investigation, AMs did not even have to say what pay band their loved ones fell within.
By providing a superior audio experience, the new ams technologies such as ALC and APS help increase the value that consumers attach to the earbuds that they buy either as discrete purchas-es or as accessories for a mobile phone.
Outside of AMS, Adam has a lifelong passion for history, science fiction, and baseball.
This study was carried out on three farms (A, B and C) where cows were milked by DeLaval brand AMS (VMS-Voluntary Milking System).
Age, height, weight distribution, and the baseline cardiovascular parameters of normal healthy individuals and subjects with AMS are shown in Table 1.
Thirty-seven of the participants had AMS at Everest Base Camp, giving a prevalence of 42% (95% confidence interval (CI) 31-53%).
Caption: The ANTA line from AMS Imports is a rug and broadloom line from Scotland that has contemporary tartan designs.
These announcements mark the company's planned return to its producer-centric roots, according to AMS' owners.
[alpha]-Methylslyrene (AMS) is an electron-donating vinyl monomer and readily available.
KABUL, December 02, 2011 (Frontier Star): Many more Afghan women are receiving skilled care during pregnancy and delivery than a decade ago as a result of greater access to health facilities and better care, according to the Afghanistan Mortality Survey (AMS) 2010.