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MPS

MPS

Abbreviation for:
Macular Photocoagulation Study
Market Penetration Survey
marriage prediction schedule (Psychology)
Master Patient Survey
Maternal Perinatal Scale
mean particle size
meconium plug syndrome
Medical Protection Society
medial pallidal segment
medial premotor system
Medical Provider Survey
Member, Pharmaceutical Society 
metalloproteinases
meters/second
methylprednisolone
Modernising Public Services 
mononuclear phagocytic system
Montreal platelet syndrome
movement-produced stimuli (Neurology)
mucopolysaccharide
mucopolysaccharidosis
mucosal prolapse syndrome
multidimensional pain scale
multiphasic screening
mycophenolate sodium
myeloma progression score
myeloproliferative syndrome
myocardial perfusion SPECT
myocardial perfusion scintigraphy
myofascial pain syndrome

MPS

1. Meters/sec.
2. Mononuclear phagocytic system, see there.
3. Mucopolysaccharidosis, see there.
4. Myeloma progression score.

MPS

Abbrev. for Member of the Pharmaceutical Society.
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