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[L.] quantum satis, as much as is enough; [L.] quantum sufficiat, as much as may suffice; quantity sufficient r racemic; roentgen R gas constant (8.315 joules); (organic) radical; Réamur (scale) ; [L.] recipe, take; resistance determinant (plasmid); resistance (electrical); resistance (unit) (in the cardiovascular system); resolution; respiration; respiratory (exchange ratio); roentgen Ra radium RA rheumatoid arthritis rad radian RAD reactive airways disease RAS reticular activating system RAST radioallergosorbent test RAV Rous-associated virus RAW resistance, airway Rb rubidium rbc red blood cell; red blood (cell) count RBC red blood cell; red blood (cell) count RBF renal blood flow RCM right costal margin RD reaction of degeneration; reaction of denervation; Registered Dietitian RDA recommended daily allowance RDH Registered Dental Hygienist r DNA ribosomal DNA RDS respiratory distress syndrome RDW red (blood cell) diameter (or distribution) width Re rhenium RE right ear; right eye rem roentgen equivalent, man REM rapid eye movement (sleep); reticular erythematous mucinosis rep roentgen equivalent, physical RF release factor; rheumatoid factor RFA right frontoanterior (fetal position) RFLP restriction fragment length polymorphism RFP right frontoposterior (fetal position) RFT right frontotransverse (fetal position) Rh Rhesus (Rh blood group); rhodium RH releasing hormone RIA radioimmunoassay Rib ribose RLL right lower lobe RLQ right lower quadrant RMA right mentoanterior (fetal position) RML right middle lobe RMP right mentoposterior (fetal position) RMT right mentotransverse (fetal position) Rn radon RN Registered Nurse RNA Registered Nurse Anesthetist; ribonucleic acid RNase ribonuclease RNC Registered Nurse, Certified RNP Registered Nurse Practitioner RNP ribonucleoprotein R/O rule out ROA right occipitoanterior (fetal position) ROM range of motion ROP right occipitoposterior (fetal position) ROS review of systems ROT right occipitotransverse (fetal position) RP retinitis pigmentosa RP Registered Pharmacist RPF renal plasma flow RPh Registered Pharmacist rpm revolutions per minute RPR rapid plasma reagin (test) RQ respiratory quotient r RNA ribosomal RNA RR relative risk RRR relative risk reduction Rs resolution RS respiratory syncytial (virus) RSA right sacroanterior (fetal position) RSD reflex sympathetic dystrophy RSP right sacroposterior (fetal position) RST right sacrotransverse (fetal position) RSV Rous sarcoma virus; respiratory syncytial virus RT Radiologic Technologist; Registered Technologist; Respiratory Therapist RTE renal tubular epithelium r TMP ribothymidylic acid Ru ruthenium RUL right upper lobe RUQ right upper quadrant RV residual volume; right ventricle RVEF right ventricular ejection fraction RVH right ventricular hypertrophy s sigma; reflection coefficient; standard deviation; 1 millisecond (0.001 sec) s [L.] semis, half; steady state (SUBSCRIPT); [L.] sinister, left s sine, without s/s signs and symptoms S [L.] sinister, left; saturation of hemoglobin (percentage of) (followed by subscript o2 or co2); siemens; spheric; spheric (lens); sulfur; Svedberg (unit) S1 first selfing generation SA sinuatrial S-A sinuatrial SAD seasonal affective disorder Sa O2 oxygen saturation (of) arterial (oxyhemoglobin) SARS severe acute respiratory syndrome Sb [L.] stibium, antimony SBE subacute bacterial endocarditis sc subcutaneous(ly) Sc scandium SC sternoclavicular; subcutaneous(ly) Sc D Doctor of Science SCID severe combined immunodeficiency SD standard deviation; streptodornase SDA specific dynamic action Se selenium Ser serine SERM selective estrogen receptor modulator Sf Svedberg flotation (constant, unit) SGA small for gestational age SGOT serum glutamicoxaloacetic transaminase (aspartate aminotransferase) SGPT serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase (alanine aminotransferase) SH serum hepatitis SI [French] Système International d’Unités; International System of Units Si silicon SID source-to-image (-receptor) distance SIDS sudden infant death syndrome sig. subspecies SSRI selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor ST scapulothoracic stat; STAT [L.] statim, immediately, at once STD sexually transmitted disease STEL short term exposure limit STH somatotropic hormone STI sexually transmitted infection STM short-term memory STPD standard temperature (0º C) and pressure (760 mm Hg absolute), dry STS serologic test for syphilis Sv sievert (unit) SV sievert (unit) SVT supraventricular tachycardia Sz seizure t metric ton t temperature (Celsius); tritium T temperature, absolute (Kelvin); tension (intraocular); tera ; tesla; tetanus (toxoid); tidal (volume) (SUBSCRIPT); tocopherol; transverse (tubule); tritium; tumor (antigen) T absolute temperature (Kelvin) T! three times a week TKO to keep (venous infusion line) open Tl thallium TLC thin layer chromatography; total lung capacity; tender, loving care TLV threshold-limit value tm temperature midpoint (Celsius) Tm temperature midpoint (Kelvin) Tm thulium; tubular maximal (excretory capacity of kidneys) TM transport maximum TMJ temporomandibular joint TMP ribothymidine 5´ monophosphate TMT tarsometatarsal TMV tobacco mosaic virus Tn (ocular) tension; (intraocular) tension normal TNF tumor necrosis factor TNM tumor, node, metastasis (tumor staging) TORCH toxoplasmosis, other, rubella, cytomegalovirus, and herpes simplex (maternal infections) t-PA, TPA tissue plasminogen activator TPHA Treponema pallidum hemagglutination (test) TPI Treponema pallidum immobilization (test) TPN total parenteral nutrition TPR temperature, pulse, and respirations tr.

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omega; ohm o- ortho O [L.] oculus, eye; opening (in formulas for electrical reactions); oxygen O & P ova and parasites OAV oculoauriculovertebral (dysplasia, syndrome) OB obstetrics OB/GYN obstetrics (and) gynecology OBS organic brain syndrome OC oral contraceptive OCD obsessive compulsive disorder OD Doctor of Optometry; Officer of the Day; overdose m OD [L.] oculus dexter, right eye ODD oculodentodigital (dysplasia, syndrome) Oe oersted (centimeter gram second unit of magnetic field strength) OFD orofaciodigital (dysostosis, syndrome) OKT Ortho-Kung T (cell) OML orbitomeatal line OMM ophthalmomandibulomelic (dysplasia, syndrome) OMS organic mental syndrome OP osmotic pressure; outpatient OPV oral poliovirus vaccine OR operating room ORD optical rotatory dispersion ORIF open reduction and internal fixation Orn ornithine (or its radical) Oro orotate; orotic acid Os osmium m OS [L.] oculus sinister, left eye OSA obstructive sleep apnea OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration OT occupational therapy; Koch old tuberculin OTC over the counter (nonprescription) drug m OU [L.] oculus uterque, each eye (both eyes) OXT oxytocin oz ounce p pico; pupil p- para P partial (pressure); peta ; phosphorus, phosphoric (residue); plasma (concentration); pressure; para (obstetric history) 32P phosphorus-32 P1 first parental generation PA Physician Assistant; posteroanterior Pa pascal; protactinium PA Physician’s Assistant; posteroanterior; pulmonary artery PABA para-aminobenzoic acid PAF platelet-aggregating (or platelet-activating) factor PAH paraaminohippuric (acid) PAo2 partial pressure of arterial oxygen PAS para aminosalicylic (acid), periodic acid Schiff (reagent) PASA para aminosalicylic acid PAT paroxysmal atrial tachycardia Pb [L.] plumbum, lead PBG porphobilinogen p.c. species (plural) SQ subcutaneous Sr strontium SRF somatotropin releasing factor SRF-A slow reacting factor of anaphylaxis SRIF somatotropin-releaseinhibiting factor s RNA soluble RNA SRS slow-reacting substance (of anaphylaxis) SRS-A slow-reacting substance of anaphylaxis ss DNA single stranded DNA ssp.

[L.] ante cibum, before a meal A: G R albumin globulin ratio Ab antibody AB abortion ABG arterial blood gas ABI ankle-brachial index abl Abelson murine leukemia virus ABLB alternate binaural loudness balance (test) ABO blood group system ABR abortus Bang ring (test); auditory brainstem response (audiometry) g-Abu-g aminobutyric acid ABVD Adriamycin (doxorubicin), bleomycin, vinblastine, and dacarbazine ac acetyl a.c.

[L.] ante cibum, before a meal a C arabinosylcytosine Ac acetyl; actinium AC acetate; acromioclavicular; air conduction; alternating current; atriocarotid AC: A accommodation convergence accommodation (ratio) ACE angiotension converting enzyme ACEI angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor Ac G accelerator globulin ac-g accelerator globulin ACh, Ach acetylcholine a CL anticardiolipin (antibody) ACP acyl carrier protein ACTH adrenocorticotropic hormone (corticotropin) AD Alzheimer disease m AD [L.] auris dextra, right ear ADD attention deficit disorder ad lib.

[L.] bis in die, twice a day BIDS brittle hair, impaired intelligence, decreased fertility, and short stature (syndrome) BIPAP bilevel positive airway pressure Bk berkelium BM bowel movement BMD bone mineral density BMI body mass index BNEd Bachelor of Nursing Education BNP brain natriuretic peptide BNSc Bachelor of Nursing Science bp base pair BP blood pressure; boiling point; British Pharmacopoeia BPF bronchopleural fistula BPH Bachelor of Public Health BPH benign prostatic hyperplasia Bq becquerel (SI unit of radionuclide activity) Br bromine BRAT (diet) banana, rice cereal, applesauce, toast BS, BSc Bachelor of Science (Baccalaureus Scientiae) BSA body surface area BSE breast self-examination BSER brainstem evoked response (audiometry) BSN Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSO bilateral salpingooophorectomy BT bleeding time BTPS body temperature, ambient pressure, saturated (with water vapor) BTU British thermal unit BTX botulinum toxin BUN blood urea nitrogen BUS Bartholin glands, urethra, Skene glands BVMS Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery Bx biopsy c calorie (small); capillary (blood); centi C calorie (large); carbon; Celsius; centigrade; clearance (rate, renal) C; compliance; concentration; cylindric(lens); cytidine c [L.] cum, with C&S culture and sensitivity C. cubic centimeter CCK cholecystokinin CCNU chloroethylcyclohexylnitrosourea (lomustine) CCU coronary care unit; critical care unit cd candela Cd cadmium CD compact disc CDA Certified Dental Assistant CDC (U.

S) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention c DNA complementary DNA CDP cytidine 5´ diphosphate Ce cerium CEA carcinoembryonic antigen; carotid endarterectomy CELO chicken embryo lethal orphan (virus) CEP congenital erythropoietic porphyria CEU continuing education unit Cf californium CF complement fixation; cystic fibrosis; coupling factor CG chorionic gonadotropin CGA catabolite gene activator c GMP cyclic guanosine monophosphate cgs, CGS centimeter-gramsecond (system, unit) Ch1 Christchurch (chromosome) Ch B Bachelor of Surgery (Chirurgiae Baccalaureus) Ch D, Chir Doct Doctor of Surgery (Chirurgiae Doctor) CHF congestive heart failure Ch M Master of Surgery (Chirurgiae Magister) CHO carbohydrate Ci curie CI color index; Colour Index; confidence interval CIE counterimmunoelectrophoresis CIN cervical intraepithelial neoplasia CIQ cognitive laterality quotient CIU chronic idiopathic urticaria CJD Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease CK creatine kinase CK-MB creatine kinase MB isoenzyme Cl chlorine CL cardiolipin CLA(ASCP) Clinical Laboratory Assistant (American Society of Clinical Pathologists) CLIA Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments CLL chronic lymphocytic leukemia cm centimeter c M centimorgan Cm curium CMA Certified Medical Assistant CMC carpometacarpal CME continuing medical education CMI cell mediated immunity CML chronic myelogenous leukemia CMO Chief Medical Officer CMP cytidine 5´ phosphate (or any cytidine monophosphate) CMT Certified Medical Transcriptionist CMV controlled mechanical ventilation; cytomegalovirus CNM Certified Nurse Midwife CNP Community Nurse Practitioner CNS central nervous system Co cobalt Co A coenzyme A COG center of gravity con A concanavalin A COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COS Chief of Staff CP cerebral palsy; costophrenic CPAP continuous (or constant) positive airway pressure CPD cephalopelvic disproportion CPK creatine phosphokinase CPM continuous passive motility CPPB continuous (or constant) positive pressure breathing CPPV continuous positive pressure ventilation CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation cps cycles per second CPT Current Procedural Terminology Cr chromium; creatinine CR Chief Resident; conditioned reflex; crown rump (length) CRD chronic respiratory disease CRH corticotropin releasing hormone CRL crown rump length CRNA Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist CRNP Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner CRP cross reacting protein CRST calcinosis cutis, Raynaud phenomenon, sclerodactyly, and telangiectasia (syndrome) CRT Certified Respiratory Therapist Cs cesium CS cesarean section; Chief of Staff CSD catscratch disease CSF cerebrospinal fluid; colony-stimulating factor CT computed tomography CTP cytidine 5´ triphosphate CTR cardiothoracic ratio Cu [L.] cuprum, copper CV cardiovascular CVA cerebral vascular (cerebrovascular) accident, costovertebral angle CVP central venous pressure CVS cardiovascular system; chorionic villus sampling CXR chest x-ray Cyd cytidine cyl cylinder; cylindric (lens) CYP cytochrome P-450 (enzyme) Cys cysteine Cyt cytosine ?

-glutamyl transferase GH glenohumeral; growth hormone GHB ?

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