Bo

(redirected from BOH)
Also found in: Dictionary, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Bo

A conventional MRI symbol for the constant magnetic field produced by a large magnet in an MR scanner.

BO

Abbreviation for:
back order
Bachelor of Osteopathy
base out Ophthalmology
basioccipital
benzoyloxime
biological origin 
body odour, see there
bowel
bowel obstruction
bucco-occlusal
budget obligations

BO

1. Basioccipital.
2. Body odor, see there.
3. Bowel obstruction.
4. Bucco-occlusal.

Bo

()
The main magnetic field measured in teslas.
References in periodicals archive ?
BOH's action becomes even more troubling when one considers the potential far-ranging repercussions for Americans of Iranian descent.
Crew commander Phil Ball said: "Boh had become trapped in the sett with the rabbit wedged in its mouth.
Comparative studies on the outcome of BOH cases and TORCH
Turkiye Nufus ve Saglik Arastirmasi (TNSA) sonuclarina gore, Turkiye'de BOH, 2003-2008 yillari arasindaki bes yillik donem icin binde 17,6; 1998-2003 yillari arasindaki bes yillik donemde ise binde 28,7 olarak tahmin edilmistir.
Based on the literature, we expected to find a large population size, BOH presence, and experience in organizing coalitions to be associated with better PHEP outcomes.
The BOH Cargo 6 is a retractable, one-door container that has adjustable shelves inside.
The 19-year-old Stratford rider has been short listed for the British teams at boh the Young Rider European three-day event Championship in Sweden and the Rural Riders CIC European Event Championships in Germany.
James Williams, president of BOH, will enter into a two-year non-compete agreement to refrain from banking in Poinsett County as part of the deal.
Evidence supports the importance of a host antitumor immune response for controlling the progression of this disease, said Erin Boh, M.D., at a dermatology update sponsored by Tulane University.
Success, however, has been proven and quantified at the Bank of Hawaii (BOH), the state's largest commercial bank and a leading source of information regarding the economy of Hawaii and the Pacific Region.
The programme includes Mozart's bassoon concerto, Dvorak's Slavonic Dances and highlights of Puccini's La Boh?me, directed by Robin Tebbutt and sung in English.