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PP

Abbreviation for pyrophosphate.

PP

abbreviation for (Latin) punctum proximum, "near the point of accommodation."

PP

Abbreviation for:
palpable purpura
pancreatic polypeptide
pancreatic pseudocyst
paradoxical pulse
peak pressure
perfusion pressure
patient pathway, see there 
pentose phosphate
perfusion pressure
periodic paralysis
Peyer’s patch
phenylpyruvate
pinprick
placenta praevia
Planned Parenthood
plasmapheresis
plaster of Paris
polypeptide
portal pressure
positive pressure
posterior parietal
posterior pituitary
postpartum
postpartum period
post prandial
precocious puberty
prepubertal
primary provider
private patient
private physician
private practice
promoter protein
Prospective Payment
protein phosphatase
protoporphyrin
proximal phalanx
pseudomyxoma peritonei
pterygoid process
pulmonary pressure
pulse pressure
Purkinje potential
pustular psoriasis
pyrophosphate

PP

1. Pancreatic polypeptide.
2. Paradoxical pulse.
3. Partial pressure.
4. Periportal.
5. Permanent partial–dentistry.
6. Plasma protein.
7. Plasmapheresis.
8. Polypeptide.
9. Postpartum.
10. Posterior parietal–cortex, brain.
11. Posterior pituitary.
12. Postprandial.
13. Preferred provider.
14. Protein phosphatase.
15. Proximal phalanx.
16. Psychological profile.
17. Pulse pressure.

PP

Abbreviation for pyrophosphate.

PP

Abbreviation for pyrophosphate.
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