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Pa

Symbol for pascal; protactinium.

PA

physician assistant; posteroanterior; pulmonary artery.

Pa

pascal; protactinium.

PA

abbr.
1. or Pa. Pennsylvania
2. or p.a. per annum
3. physician assistant
4. or P/A power of attorney
5. press agent
6. production assistant
7. prosecuting attorney
8. public-address system

pA

abbreviation for picoampere.

Pa

1 symbol for pascal.
2 symbol for the element protactinium.

PA

1 abbreviation for physician assistant.
2 abbreviation for pulmonary artery.

PA

Abbreviation for:
Palaeopathology Association
palladium
panic attack
paranoia
Parapsychological Association 
pathology
patient
patients’ association
percussion & auscultation
performance analysis
periarteritis
periodic acid
pernicious anaemia
photoallergic
phosphoric acid
physical activity
physician advisor
physician’s assistant (USA)
plasminogen activator
platelet adhesiveness
Police Authority (Medspeak-UK)
polyarteritis
positive attitude
posterior anterior
postmortem examination (autopsy; PM is more common)
power of attorney
prealbumin
pregnancy associated
procainamide
profile analysis
program announcement, see there
programmed activity (Medspeak-UK)
prophylactic antibiotic
Prostitutes Anonymous
protrusio acetabuli
pseudoaneurysm
psychoanalyst
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Psoriasis Association
psychological age
pulmonary angiography
pulmonary artery
pulpoaxial 
pulmonary atresia

PA

1. Panic attack.
2. Pathology.
3. Percussion & Auscultation.
4. Pernicious anemia.
5. Photoallergic.
6. Physical activity.
7. Physician's assistant.
8. Plasminogen activator.
9. Platelet adhesiveness.
10. Polyarteritis.
11. Posterior anterior.
12. Posterior aorta.
13. Pregnancy-associated.
14. Profile analysis.
15. Pseudoaneurysm.
16. Psychological age.
17. Pulmonary angiography.
18. Pulmonary artery.
19. Pulpoaxial.

PA

Abbreviation for posteroanterior.

Pa

1. Abbreviation for pascal.
2. Symbol for protactinium

Pa

pascal

pascal

; Pa SI unit of stress; 1Pa equates to a 1 newton force distributed uniformly over 1 square metre (1 m2); i.e. 1Pa = 1N/m2

PA

Abbreviation for physician assistant; posteroanterior.

Pa

chemical symbol, protactinium; symbol, pascal.
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