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Synonyms for et al

and others ('et al.' is used as an abbreviation of 'et alii' (masculine plural) or 'et aliae' (feminine plural) or 'et alia' (neuter plural) when referring to a number of people)

and elsewhere (used when referring to other occurrences in a text)

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Just this year, Ludwick et al reported the results of their in vitro investigation to determine if polylactic acid has bacteriostatic properties that might make it a good material with which to manufacture tympanostomy tubes.
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Knowledge regarding the heightened risk factors for this population proves important, especially since early identification of eating disorders improves treatment outcomes (Reijonen et al.
Biomass combustion releases smoke that contains particulate matter (PM), CO, nitrogen oxides, formaldehyde, and polyaromatic hydrocarbons (Boman et al.
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For example, Attias et al conducted a double-blind, placebo-controlled study and found that a group of patients who had been given oral magnesium supplements displayed a significantly lower incidence of noise-induced permanent threshold shifts than did the controls.
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Atypical child characteristics, such as a son or daughter with mental retardation, affect the normative sequence of family developmental tasks as a family transitions from one stage to the next (Olson et al.
In conclusion, although the article by Geiser et al.
3) Goldberg et al hypothesized that many children with velocardiofacial syndrome are unrecognized because its immediate life-threatening signs and symptoms often draw the initial "focus of attention and diagnostic expertise" while identification of the full syndrome is not carried out.
To examine the potential to predict laboratory cross-contamination or mislabeling, Jasmer et al.
When diagnosed before invasion beyond the testicular tissues, there is a five-year survival rate of more than 95% (Wardle et al.
Jain AK, Fertility reduction and the quality of family planning services, Studies in Family Planning, 1989, 20(1): 119-129; and Ross J et al.
Blaming others for the disease occurrence or lack of medical control is more commonly linked to poorer adaptation (Taylor et al.