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milliroentgen

 (mR) [mil´ĭ-rent″gen]
one thousandth (10−3) of a roentgen.

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MR

MR

Abbreviation for:
macrophage-rich
magnetic resonance (Medspeak-UK)
maintenance ratio
mandelate racemase
mannose resistant
manual removal
maximum response
measles, rubella
medial rectus
median ramus (see there)
medical record
medical representative
mens rea
mental retardation (Medspeak-UK)
metabolic rate (see there)
methacholine response
milrinone
mineralocorticoid receptor
minor repair
mistura (pharmacology)
mitochondria-rich
mitral reflux/regurgitation (mitral insufficiency is commonly used)
molecular replacement
mortality rate
mortality ratio
motivation research
motor reduction
muscle receptor
muscle relaxant

MR

1. Magnetic resonance, see there.
2. Manual removal.
3. Maximum response.
4. Medical record.
5. Mental retardation, see there.
6. Metabolic rate, see there.
7. Mortality rate.
8. Mortality ratio.
9. Muscle relaxant.

Mr

Mr

abbrev. RELATIVE MOLECULAR MASS.
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