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OP

Abbreviation for:
occiput posterior
occipitoparietal
occlusal plane
oesophagopharyngeal
off pump
olfactory pit
oncotic pressure
opening pressure
operative procedure
opium, see there
opponens pollicis
opposite
organising pneumonia
organophosphate
oropharyngeal
osmotic pressure
osteopontin
osteopaenia
osteoporosis
oxidative phosphorylation
outpatient, see there
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OP

Drug slang A street term for opium. See Opium Managed care Outpatient, see there.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

OP

Abbreviation for occipitoposterior position.
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OP

see OSMOTIC PRESSURE.
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References in periodicals archive ?
(203) See Michael Pelly, 'Opes Prime's Forgotten Victims', The Australian (Sydney), 16 April 2008, 6.
(204) Colin Kruger, 'Class Action Claims Opes Was Deceptive', The Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney), 31 May 2008, 40.
(213) Slater & Gordon and Maurice Blackburn are not just competing for Opes Prime work.
Keefe, Bruyette and Woods served as financial advisor to Opes and Sheppard, Mullin, Richter and Hampton LLP served as its legal counsel.
Recently, various studies regarding the analysis of OPEs have been carried out, and OPEs were found in the atmosphere, water, soil, and Larus argentatus eggs [1-18].
In this study, the DLLME-SFO technique was applied for the first time to the detection of OPEs, and UPLC-MS/MS was combined to develop a reliable method for the determination of OPEs in aqueous samples.
Individual stock solutions of eight OPEs and an internal standard (TBP-d27) were prepared using methanol after being dissolved in acetone.
Hosted by Toy Jackli, who is celebratig his 40th aiversary of wiig the Ope, this year's evet promises to be a bigger celebratio tha ever.
of HHS OPE 2000, 82810, [section] 164.506[c], my emphasis; see also 82822, [section]164.522).
of HHS OPE 2000, 82812, [section] 164.510, my emphasis).
The associate director who heads the department believes OPE provides a consistency in evaluation services and reporting usage that results in useful information.
OPE shepherded a community survey conducted by George D'Elia for Goldhaber and Associates which indicated that FCPL is doing things right.