RGP


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RGP

abbreviation for rigid gas permeable. See rigid gas permeable contact lens.
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Partnering with business leaders, RGP drives internal change across all parts of an enterprise accounting.
RGP was founded in 1996 within a Big Four accounting firm.
If Lgl1 function is absent in all RGPs, but not if absent in just individual RGP cells, dynamic community effects lead to malformation of the cortex resembling "Double Cortex Syndrome," a severe human brain disorder.
Nine (45%) of the subjects had stopped wearing the lenses due to non-compliance and intolerance to RGP continuous wear lenses.
Although conventional LDI portfolios are an improvement over the traditional RGPs, the allocation between RGP and LHP is either static or changed on an ad hoc basis, which is often sub-optimal in hedging the overall plan risk.
The accuracy of RGP heights has been declared to be higher than 1 cm (Rudja 2002).
This stage of curability can be recognized in several different ways, including the use of Clark criteria for level I or level II, the criteria for nontumorigenic RGP, Breslow thickness criteria, and combinations of these features.
Depending on the variation, RGPs were three-to-five times more oxygen permeable than soft lenses.
The Swedish Seating System is an ergonomically designed operatory stool from RGP, Inc.
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Densification by RGP causes increase in deformation moduli and decreases in the coefficients of permeability and volume change.
A: Boston SIMPLUS is unique in that its introduction marks a number of firsts for the category: It is the only one-bottle RGP lens care system with cleaning comparable to the leading two-bottle care system.