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AKA

An abbreviation for "also known as." It is used in business when a person or, less commonly, a company, has two names or a nickname that is often used.
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The client underwent several procedures and surgeries in an attempt to save his left leg, but none were successful and he ultimately required an above-the-knee amputation.
Following the above-the-knee amputation, which took place about three weeks after her admission, Mrs Smith was allowed back home to Walton where she lives with her daughter and two grandsons.
The worst scenario is failed attempted bypass in the lower extremity, then a transmetatarsal amputation that doesn't heal, below-the-knee amputation, then above-the-knee amputation.
Compared with an above-the-knee amputation, this should allow for greatly improved (movement) and decreased cost of care in the future.
Mike Schultz was a national pro-snocross and amateur motocross rider until 2008, when a racing accident led to the above-the-knee amputation of his left leg.