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Pa

Symbol for pascal; protactinium.
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abbr.
1. or Pa. Pennsylvania
2. or p.a. per annum
3. physician assistant
4. or P/A power of attorney
5. press agent
6. production assistant
7. prosecuting attorney
8. public-address system
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Abbreviation for:
Palaeopathology Association
palladium
panic attack
paranoia
Parapsychological Association 
pathology
patient
patients’ association
percussion & auscultation
performance analysis
periarteritis
periodic acid
pernicious anaemia
photoallergic
phosphoric acid
physical activity
physician advisor
physician’s assistant (USA)
plasminogen activator
platelet adhesiveness
Police Authority (Medspeak-UK)
polyarteritis
positive attitude
posterior anterior
postmortem examination (autopsy; PM is more common)
power of attorney
prealbumin
pregnancy associated
procainamide
profile analysis
program announcement, see there
programmed activity (Medspeak-UK)
prophylactic antibiotic
Prostitutes Anonymous
protrusio acetabuli
pseudoaneurysm
psychoanalyst
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Psoriasis Association
psychological age
pulmonary angiography
pulmonary artery
pulpoaxial 
pulmonary atresia
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1. Panic attack.
2. Pathology.
3. Percussion & Auscultation.
4. Pernicious anemia.
5. Photoallergic.
6. Physical activity.
7. Physician's assistant.
8. Plasminogen activator.
9. Platelet adhesiveness.
10. Polyarteritis.
11. Posterior anterior.
12. Posterior aorta.
13. Pregnancy-associated.
14. Profile analysis.
15. Pseudoaneurysm.
16. Psychological age.
17. Pulmonary angiography.
18. Pulmonary artery.
19. Pulpoaxial.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

PA

Abbreviation for posteroanterior.

Pa

1. Abbreviation for pascal.
2. Symbol for protactinium
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

PA

Abbreviation for physician assistant; posteroanterior.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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