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EPS

EPS

abbreviation for electrophysiological study.

EPS

Abbreviation for:
Electronic Prescription Service 
electrophysiological study
extrapyramidal syndrome

EPS

Extrapyramidal side effects
ε–epsilon Symbol for:
1. Hemoglobin ε, an 'early' Hb chain that disappears by the 3rd month of fetal development.
2. Immunoglobulin E heavy chain.
3. Molar absorptivity
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Extrapyramidal symptoms (EPS)

A group of side effects associated with antipsychotic medications. EPS include parkinsonism, akathisia, dystonia, and tardive dyskinesia.
Mentioned in: Schizophrenia
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