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L

 
left; liter; lung; light chain (see immunoglobulin); lumbar vertebra, L1–L5 (see vertebra).

l

 
former symbol for liter.

L

It is recommended that capital L be used as the abbreviation of liter because the lowercase l can easily be misread as the numeral 1.
1. Abbreviation for left (for example, left eye); lumbar vertebrae (L1 to L5).
2. Symbol for inductance; liter; leucine; leucyl.
3. Abbreviation for limes; used with a lower case letter, plus sign, subscript letter, or subscript plus sign as a symbol for various doses of toxin.

L

Symbol for linking number.

l

It is recommended that capital L be used as the abbreviation of liter because the lowercase l can easily be misread as the numeral 1.
Symbol for liter; liquid; length (in italics).

L

left; leucine; liter; lung; lumbar vertebrae (L1–L5).

l

former symbol for liter.

l

/l / length.

L

1 symbol for kinetic potential.
2 abbreviation for Lactobacillus.
3 abbreviation for lambert.
4 abbreviation for Latin.
5 abbreviation for liter.
6 abbreviation for lung.

L/S ratio

L

Symbol for:
1. Labor, see there.
2. Laboratory.
3. Lateral.
4. Left.
5. Lens.
6. Leucine.
7. Levorotary.
8. Library.
9. License.
10. Licensed–eg, to practice medicine.
11. Ligament.
12. Light chain immunoglobulin, see there.
13. Lingual–dentistry.
14. Liter–abbreviation used in US.
15. Lumbar.
16. Lung.

l

 Symbol for:
1. Length.
2. Ligament.
3. Liter–abbreviation as used in the SI, International System.

L

Abbreviation for Lewisite; liter.

L

Abbreviation for linking number.

L

abbrev. LEUCINE.

L,

adj See lumbar.

L

Abbreviation for inductance; limes; liter.

L

Latin; left; length; [L.] libra (pound, balance); licentiate; light sense; [L.] limen (boundary); liter; lumbar; coefficient of induction.

l

liter.

Patient discussion about L

Q. l have a pain in the head,l can feel sometime inside.

A. sounds like you have a brain,lol, go see a doctor

Q. how do you know if you have early onset of alzheimers? i'm 47. i do have extreme tremors at times and memory l i was told this could be what i have by a psychiatrist. What else can cause me to have these symptoms at my age and how do i know?

A. any time ;)

Q. SOME TIMES MY MOM SAY AT LOUD MY SIZE L OR XL AND I FEEL THAT IM OVER WEIGHT WHAT CAN I DO TO LOSS SOME WEIGHT

A. Well losing weight is not an easy job and if it is your first time trying to go on a diet you should best consult a nutritionist or a doctor, to help you realize how much you need to lose, what to cut back on, etc. Generally you should eat between 1200-1600 calories a day, and combine it with proper physical activity.

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