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V

1. Abbreviation for vision or visual acuity; volt; with subscript 1, 2, 3, etc., the abbreviation for unipolar electrocardiogram leads.
2. Symbol for vanadium; valine; valyl; volume, frequently with subscripts denoting location, chemical species, and/or conditions.

V

Abbreviation for volume.

v

1. Abbreviation for volt; initial rate velocity; velocity; vel [L. or].
2. As a subscript, refers to venous blood.

As a subscript, refers to mixed venous (pulmonary arterial) blood.

V

valine; vanadium; vision; volt; volume.

v

1 abbreviation for vein.
2 abbreviation for venous blood.
3 in physics, a symbol for the speed of a wave.

V

1 symbol for the element vanadium.
2 symbol for ventilation capacity of the lung.
3 abbreviation for volt.

symbol for rate of gas flow.

V/Q

abbreviation for ventilation/perfusion. See ventilation/perfusion ratio.

v/v

1 symbol for volume of dissolved substance per volume of solvent.
2 symbol for volume per volume.

v/w

symbol for volume of substance per unit of weight of another component.

V

Symbol for:
1. Electric potential.
2.  Specific volume 3 Vaccinated 4. Valine  5. Valve 6. Vanadium 7. Variable region–immunology 8. Vein 9. Velocity  10. Venous 11. Version 12. Vertex 1.

v

Symbol for:
1.Specific volume.
2. Velocity.
3. Vitamin.

V

Symbol for vanadium; valine; volt.

v

Abbreviation for velocity; volt; a subscript, refers to mixed venous (pulmonary arterial) blood.

V

abbrev. VALINE.

V

Abbreviation for valine; volt.

V

chemical symbol, vanadium; symbol, volt; vision; visual acuity.
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