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SLP

1 abbreviation for single-locus probe.
2 abbreviation for speech-language pathologist.

speech and language pathologist

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SLP

A health care professional trained to evaluate and treat people who have voice, speech, language, swallowing, or hearing disorders, esp. those that affect their ability to communicate or consume food.
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