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americium

 (Am) [am″er-ish´e-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 95, atomic weight 243. (See Appendix 6.)

Am

Symbol for americium.

am

Abbreviation for ammeter.

AM

[L.] Ar´tium Magis´ter (Master of Arts).

Am

americium.

Am

the symbol for the element americium.

AM

Abbreviation for:
academic medicine
acid maltase
acral melanoma
acrosomal matrix
actomycin
acute mastoiditis
acute myelofibrosis
adductor magnus
adhesion molecule
adolescent medicine
adrenal medulla
adult male
aerospace medicine
age-matched
alternative medicine
alveolar macrophage
ambulatory monitoring
ammeter
ampicillin
amikacin
amlodipine
amoxicillin
amplitude
amplitude modulation
amniotic membrane
amygdala
anovulatory menstruation
ante meridiem (before noon; morning)
anteromedial
antimalarial
apomorphine
apparent movement
aseptic meningitis
Assembly Member (Wales) (Medspeak-UK)
atypical mycobacteria
aviation medicine
avoidable mortality

Am

Symbol for americium

am

Abbreviation for ammeter.

am

Abbreviation for ammeter.

Am

chemical symbol, americium.
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