amyotrophic lateral sclerosis meaning in Etymology Dictionary
by 1881, from French, first word from Greek a-, privative prefix, + mys, myos "muscle" (see muscle mass (n.)) + trophikos "feeding," from trophe "nourishment" (see -trophy). Often understood in U.S. as Lou Gehrig's disease, following the ny Yankees baseball player (1903-1941) who had been identified as having it in 1939.
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis meaning in General Dictionary
thickening of muscle when you look at the engine tracts associated with the horizontal articles and anterior horns regarding the back; leads to modern muscle tissue atrophy that starts in the limbs