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AMA

 
American Medical Association.

AMA

Abbreviation for American Medical Association.

AMA

Aerospace Medical Association; American Medical Association; Australian Medical Association.

ama

(ah´mah) [Sanskrit] in ayurveda, physical and mental toxins that are produced by poor digestion and living habits and accumulate and clog the channels of the body.

AMA

abbr.
American Medical Association

AMA

1 abbreviation for American Medical Association.
2 abbreviation for antimitochondrial antibody.
3 abbreviation for active matrix array.
4 abbreviation for antimyocardial antibody. See antimyocardial antibody test.

ama

abbreviation for against medical advice.

ama

Ayurvedic medicine
A physiologic impurity in the ayurvedic construct.

Medspeak
Abbreviation for “against medical advice”. The self-discharge of a patient from a healthcare facility, contrary to what his or her physician(s) perceive to be in the patient’s best interests

AMA

Abbreviation for:
acute metabolic acidosis
acute metabolic alkalosis
advanced maternal age
against medical advise (usually abbreviated in lower case, ama) (Medspeak-UK)
American Medical Association
anterior mesenteric artery
antimitochondrial antibody
antimyosin antibodies
antithyroid microsomal antibody
Association of Metropolitan Authorities (Medspeak-UK)
Australian Medical Association

AMA

1. American Medical Association, see there.
2. Aerospace Medical Association.
3. Against medical advice, see ama.
4. Alternative Medical Association.
5. Antimitochondrial antibodies, see there.

ama

Against medical advice The self-discharge of a Pt from a health care facility, contrary to what his/her physician(s) perceive to be in the Pt's best interests. See Good Pt.

AMA

Abbreviation for American Medical Association.

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