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µCi Microcuri
µg Microgram (1-millionth of a gram)
µl microliter (1 millionth of a liter)
µm Micrometer (one-millionth meter)
131I Radioactive isotope of iodine
5-FU 5-fluorouracil (chemotherapy drug)
a (overhead bar) Before
T & A Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy
A & P Auscultation and percussion
A & W Alive and well
A, B, AB, O Blood type
a.c. Before meals – ante cibum
a.m. or AM In the morning or before noon
A2 or A2 Aortic valve closure (heart sound)
AAA Abdominal aortic aneurysm
AAL Anterior axillary line
Ab Antibody
AB/ab Abortion
ABCD Asymmetry, border, color, diameter
Abd Abdomen; abduction
ABGs Arterial blood gases
AC join Acromioclavicular joint
ACE Angiotensin-converting enzyme
ACh Acetylcholine (neurotransmitter)
ACL Anterior cruciate ligament (of knee)
ACS Acute coronary syndromes
ACTH Adrenocorticotropic hormone
AD Right (auris dextra); Alzheimer disease
ad lib. As desired
ADD Attention deficit disorder
add Adduction
ADH Antidiuretic hormone
ADHD Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
ADL Activities of daily living
ADT Admission, discharge, transfer
AF Atrial fibrillation
AFB Acid-fast bacillus; TB organism
AFO Ankle foot orthosis (device for stabilization)
AFP Alpha-fetoprotein
Ag Silver
Agranulocyte A non-granular leukocyte
AHF Anti-hemophilic factor (coagulation factor XIII)
AIDS Acquired Immune Deficiency syndrome
AIHA Autoimmune hemolytic anemia
AKA Above knee amputation
alb Albumin
Albinism Condition of lack of melanin
alk phos Alkaline phosphate (elevated in liver disease)
ALL Acute lymphocytic leukemia
ALS Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig disease)
ALT Alanine aminotransferase (elevated in liver and heart disease); formerly SGPT
AMA Against medical advise; American Medical Association
Amb Ambulate, ambulatory (walk)
AMD Age-related macular degeneration
Amenorrhea Without menstruation
AMI Acute myocardial infarction
AML Acute myelocytic (myelogenous) leukemia
ANA Antinuclear antibody
ANC Absolute neutrophil count
AP or A/P Anteroposterior
APC Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin), phenacetin and caffeine
aq. Water (aqua); aqueous
ARDS Adult respiratory distress syndrome
AROM Active range of motion
AS Auris sinistra (left ear); aortic stenosis (narrowing or stricture)
ASA Acetylsalicylic acid (Aspirin)
ASD Atrial septal defect (congenital defect in septum not closing)
ASHD Arteriosclerotic heart disease
AST Aspartate aminotransferase (elevated in liver and heart disease); formerly SGPT
AU Each ear, both ears (auris uterque)
Au Gold
AV Arteriovenous; atrioventricular
AVM arteriovenous malformation
AVR Aortic valve replacement
B Cells Lymphocytes produced in the bone marrow
b.i.d. Twice a day
Ba Barium
BAL Bronchoalveolar lavage
Bands Banded neutrophils
Baso Basophils
BBB Bundle branch block
BC Bone conduction
BE Barium enema
BKA Below-knee amputation
BM Bowel movement
BMR Basal metabolic rate
BMT Bone marrow transplant
BP or B/P Blood pressure
BPH Benign prostate hyperplasia (hypertrophy)
BRBPR Bright red blood per rectum
BSE Breast self-examination
BSO Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
BSP Bromsulphalein; dye used in liver function test. It’s retention is indicative of liver damage or disease
BT Bleeding time
BUN Blood urea nitrogen
Bx, bx Biopsy
C Carbon; calorie
C&S Culture and sensitivity
c/o Complains of
c/w Compare with; consistent with
C1, C2 First, second of cervical vertebra
Ca Calciu
CA Cancer; carcinoma cardiac arrest; chronological age
CABG Coronary artery bypass graft (surgery)
CAD Coronary artery disease
cap Capsule
CAPD Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
CAT Computerized axial tomography
Cath Catheter; catheterization
CBC Complete blood cell count
CBT Cognitive behavior therapy
CC Chief complaint
CCU Coronary care unit; critical care unit
CDC Center for disease control
CDH Congenital dislocated hip
CEA Carcinoembryonic antigen
CF Cystic fibrosis; complement fixation
cf. Compare
CFH Congestive heart failure
cGy Centigray (one hundredth of a gray; a rad)
CHD Coronary heart disease; chronic heart disease
Chemo Chemotherapy
Chol Cholesterol
Chr Chronic
CIN Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
CIS Carcinoma in situ
CK creatine kinase
CKD Chronic kidney disease
Cl Chlorine
CLD Chronic liver disease
CLL Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
Cm Centimeter
CMA Certified medical assistant
CMG cystometrogram
CML Chronic myelogenous leukemia
CMV Cytomegalovirus
CNS Central nervous system
Co Cobalt
CO Carbon monoxide; cardiac output
CO2 Carbon dioxide
COD Chronic airway obstruction
COD Condition on discharge
COPD Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
CP Cerebral palsy; chest pain
CPA costophrenic angle
CPAP Continuous positive airway pressure
CPD cephalopelvic disproportion
CPR Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CR Complete response; cardiorespiratory
CRF Chronic renal failure
C-section Cesarean section
CSF Cerebrospinal fluid; colony-stimulating factor
C-spine Cervical spine films
CT Computed tomography
ct. Count
CTA Clear to auscultation
CTS Carpal tunnel syndrome
Cu Copper
CVA Cerebrovascular accident; costovertebral angle
CVP Central venous pressure
CVS Cardiovascular system; chorionic villus sampling
Cx Cervix
CX (CXR) Chest x-ray
Cysto cystoscopy
D&C Dilatation (dilation) and curettage
D. O. Doctor of osteopathy
D/C Discontinue; discharge
D/W Dextrose and water
DCIS ductal carcinoma in situ
DD Disharge diagnosis; differential diagnosis
Decub. decubitus; lying down
Derm. Dermatology
DES Diethylstilbestrol; diffuse esophageal spasm
DI Diabetes insipidus; diagnostic imaging
DIC Disseminated intravascular coagulation
DICOM Digital image communication in medicine
diff. Differential count
DIG Digoxin; digitalis
dL, dl Deciliter (1/10 liter)
DLco Diffusion capacity of the lung for carbon monoxide
DLE Discoid lupus erythematosus
DM Diabetes mellitus
DNA Deoxyribonucleic acid
DNR Do not resuscitate
DOA Dead on arrival
DOB Date of birth
DOE Dyspnea on exertion
DPI Dry powder inhaler
DPT Diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus (vaccine)
DRE Digital rectal exam
DRG Diagnosis-related group
DSA Digital subtraction angiography
DSM Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders
DT Delirium tremens (caused by alcohol withdrawal)
DTR Deep tendon reflexes
DUB Dysfunctional uterine bleeding
DVT Deep vein thrombosis
Dx Diagnosis
EBV Epstein-barr virus
ECC Endocervical curettage; extracorporeal circulation
ECF Extended-care facility
ECG Electrocardiogram
ECHO Echocardiography
ECMO Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation
ECT Electroconvulsive therapy
ED Emergency department
EDC Estimated date of confinement
EEG Electroencephalogram
EENT Eyes, ear, nose and throat
EGD Esophagogastroduodenoscopy
EKG Electrocardiogram
ELISA Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (AIDS test)
EM Electron microscope
EMB Endometrial biopsy
EMG Electromyogram
EMT Emergency medical technician
ENT Ear, nose and throat
EOM Extraocular movement; extraocular muscles
eos. Eosinophil
EPO Erythropoietin (poietin: stimulatory factor)
ER Emergency room; estrogen receptor
ERCP Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography
ERT Estrogen replacement therapy
ESR Erythrocyte sedimentation rate
ESRD End-state renal disease
ESWL Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy
ETOH Ethyl alcohol
ETT Exercise tolerance test
F or 0F Fahrenheit
F/u Follow up
FACP Fellow, American College of Physicians
FACS Fellow, American College of Surgeons
FB Fingerbreadth; foreign body
FBS Fasting blood sugar
FDA Food and Drug Administration
Fe Iron
FEF Forced expiratory flow
FEV 1 Forced expiratory volume in first second
FH Family history
FHR Fetal heart rate
FROM Full range of movement/motion
FSH Follicle-stimulating hormone
FUO Fever of undetermined origin
Fx Fracture
G Gravida (pregnant)
g, gm Gram
g/dL Gram per deciliter
G6PD Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (enzyme missing in inherited red blood cell disorder
Ga Gallium
GABA Gamma-aminobutyric acid (neurotransmitter)
GB Gallbladder
GBS Gallbladder series x-rays
GC Gonorrhea
G-CSF Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor
GERD Gastroesophageal reflux disease
GFR Glomerular filtration rate
GH Growth hormone
GI Gastrointestinal
GM-CSF Granulocyte macrophage colony stimulating factor
GP General practioner
Grav. 1, 2, 3 First, second, third pregnancy
GTT Glucose tolerance test
gtt Drop (gutta), drops (guttae)
GU Genitourinary
Gy Gray (unit of radiation = 100 rad)
GYN or gyn Gynecology
H Hydrogen
H&H Hematocrit and hemoglobin (rbc tests)
H&P History and physical
h., hr Hour
h.s. At bedtime
h/o History of
H2 blocker H2 (histamine) – receptor antagonist (inhibitor of gastric acid secretion)
H2O Water
HAART Highly active antiretroviral therapy (for AIDS)
Hb; hgb Hemoglobin
HbA1C glycosylated hemoglobin test (for diabetes)
HBV Hepatitis B virus
HCG (hCG) Human chorionic gonadotropin
HCL Hydrochloric acid
HCO3 Bicarbonate
Hct (HCT) hematocrit
HCV Hepatitis C virus
HCVD Hypertensive cardiovascular disease
HD hemodialysis (artificial kidney machine)
HDL High density liproprotein
He Helium
HEENT Head, eyes, ear, nose and throad
Hemianopsia Blindness of half of the vision in one or both eyes
Hemophilia Problem coagulating
Hemostasis The arrest of bleeding
Hg Mercury
HIPAA Health Insurance portability and accountability Act
HIV Human immunodeficiency virus
HLA Histocompatibility locus antigen (identifies cells as self)
HPF; hpf High-power field
HPI History of present illness
HPV Human papillomavirus
HRT Hormone replacement therapy
HSG Hysterosalpingography
HSV Herpes simplex virus
ht Height
HTN Hypertension
Hx History
Hypopituitary Growth hormone deficiency
I Iodine
I&D Incision and drainage
I&O Intake and output (measurement of patient’s fluids)
I.Q. Intelligence quotient
IBD Inflammatory bowel disease
ICD Implantable cardioverter/defibrillator
ICP Intracranial pressure
ICSH Interstitial cell-stimulating hormone
ICU Intensive care unit
ID Infectious disease
IgA, IgD, IgE, IgG, IgM Immunoglobulins
IHD Ischemic heart disease
IHSS Idiopathic hypertrophic subaortic stenosis
IL1-15 Interleukins
IM Intramuscular; infectious mononucleosis
inf. Infusion; inferior
INH isoniazid (drug used to treat tuberculosis)
inj. Injection
IOL Intraocular lens (implant)
IOP Intraocular Pressure
IPPB Intermittent positive pressure breathing
ITP Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
IUD Intrauterine device
IUP Intrauterine pregnancy
IV or I.V. Intravenous (injection)
IVP Intravenous pyelogram
K Potassium
Kg Kilogram
KJ Knee jerk
KS Kaposi Sarcoma
KUB Kidneys, ureters, bladder (x-ray exam)
L&W Living and well
L, l Liter, left, lower
L.E. Lupus erythematosus
L1, L2 First, second lumbar vertebra
LA Left atrium
LAD Left anterior descending (coronary artery)
lat Lateral
LB Large bowel
LBBB Left bundle branch block (heart block)
LD Lethal dose
LDH Lactate dehydrogenase
LDL Low-density lipoprotein
L-dopa levodopa (for Parkinson’s disease)
LEEP Loop electrocautery excision procedure
LES Lower esophageal sphincter
LFT Liver function test
LH Luteinizing hormone
LLL Left lower lobe
LLQ Left lower quadrant
LMP Last menstrual period
LMWH Low-molecular-weight heparin
LOC (loco) Loss of consciousness
LOS Length of stay
LP Lumbar puncture
lpf Low power field
LPN Licenses practical nurse
LS Lumbosacral spine
LSD Lysergic acid diethylamide
LSK Liver, spleen and kidneys
LTB laryngotracheal bronchitis (croup)
LTC Long-term care
LTH luteotropic hormone (prolactin, luteotropin)
LUL Left upper lobe (lung)
LUQ Left upper quadrant
LV Left ventricle
LVAD Left ventricular assist device
Lymphs Lymphocytes
Lytes Electrolytes
M.D. Doctor of medicine
m/µ Millimicron (1/1000 micron; a micron is 10-3 mm)
MA Mental age
MAC Monitored anesthesia care
MAI Mycobacterium avium intracellulare (late stage AIDS myco bacterial infection)
MAOI Monoamine oxidase inhibitor (antidepressant drug)
MBD Minimal brain dysfunction (mnemonics: may brain dead)
mcg Microgram
MCH Mean corpuscular hgb (average amount in each red blood cell)
MCHC Mean corpuscular hgb concentration (average concentration in a single red cell)
mCi millicuri
MCP Metacarpophalangeal joint
MCV Mean corpuscular volume (average size of a red blood cell)
MDI Metered-dose inhaler
MDR Minimum daily requirement
MED Minimum effective dose
mEq milliequivalent
mEq/L Milliequivalent per liter (measurement of the concentration of a solution)
mets Metastases
MG Myasthenia gravis
Mg Magnesium
mg Milligram
mg/cc Milligram per cubic centimeter
mg/dl Milligram per deciliter
MH Marital history; mental health
MI Myocardial infarction ; mitral insufficiency
mL, ml Milliliter (1/1000 liter)
MMPI Minnesota Multiphasic personality inventory
MMR Measles-mumps-rubella (vaccine)
MMT Manual muscle testing
MOAB Monoclonal antibody
monos monocytes (white blood cell)
MR Mitral regurgitation; magnetic resonance
MRA Magnetic resonance angiogram
MRI Magnetic resonance imaging
mRNA Messenger RNA
MS Multiple sclerosis
MSL midsternal line
MTX methotrexate
MUGA Multiple-gated acquisition scan (of heart)
Multip multipara; multiparous
MVP mitral valve prolapse
N Nitrogen
n.p.o Non per os
NA Not applicable
Na Sodium
NB New born
NBS Normal bowel or breath sounds
ND Normal delivery; normal development
NED No evidence of disease
neg. Negative
NG tube nasogastric tube
NHL Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
NICU Neonatal intensive care
NK cells Natural killer cells
NKA No known allergies
NKDA No known drug allergies
NSAID Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug
NSR Normal sinus rhythm (of heart)
NTP Normal temperature and pressure
O, or O2 Oxygen
O.D. Doctor of optometry
O.T. Occupational therapy
OA Osteoarthritis
OB/GYN Obstetrics/gynecology
oC Celsius
OCPs Oral contraceptive pills
OD Oculus dexter (right eye); over dose
OR Operating room
ORIF Open reduction internal fixation
ORTH; Ortho. Orthopedics
OS Auris sinister (left eye)
os Opening; bone
OU Each eye (oculus uterque)
Oz. Ounce
P Phosphorus; posterior; pressure; pulse; pupil
p- Before
P&A Percussion and auscultation
p.c. After meal (post cibum)
p.o. Per os
p.r.n. pro re nata (as required)
p/o Postoperative
P2 or P2 Pulmonary valve closure (heart sound)
PA Pulmonary artery; posteroanterior
P-A Posteroanterior
PAC Premature atrial contraction
PaCO2, pCO2 Partial pressure of carbon dioxide in blood
PACS Picture archival communications system
Palp. Palpable; palpation
PALS Pediatric advanced life support
PaO2, pO2 Partial pressure of oxygen in blood
Pap smear Papanicolaou smear (cells from cervix and vagina)
Para 1, 2, 3 unipara, bipara, tripara (number of viable births)
PCA Patient controlled anesthesia
PCI percutaneous coronary interventions
PCP Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia; phencyclidine (hallucinogen)
PCR Polymerase chain reaction (process allows making copies of genes)
PD Peritoneal dialysis
PDA patent (open, unobstructed; evident apparent) ductus arteriosus
PDR Physicians’ desk reference
PE Physician examination; pulmonary embolism
PE tube Ventilating tube for eardrum
PEEP Positive end-expiratory pressure
PEG Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (a feeding tube)
PEJ Percutaneous endoscopic jejunostomy (a feeding tube)
per os By mouth
PERRLA Pupils equal, round, react to light and accommodation
PET Positron emission tomography
PFT Pulmonary function test
PG Prostaglandin
PH Past history
pH Hydrogen ion concentration (alkalinity and acidity measurement)
PI Present illness
PID Pelvic inflammatory disease
PIP Proximal interphalangeal joint
PKU Phenylketonuria
PM or p.m. Afternoon (post meridian)
PMH Past medical history
PMN Polymorphonuclear leukocyte
PMS Premenstrual syndrome
PND Paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea
Poly Polymorphonuclear leukocyte
postop Postoperative (after surgery)
PPBS Postprandial blood sugar
PPD Purified protein derivative (test for tuberculosis)
PR Partial response
preop Preoperative
prep Prepare for
Primip Primipara
PRL prolactin
pro. time Prothrombin time
procto Proctoscopy
prot. Protocol
PSA Prostate-specific antigen
PT Prothrombin time; physical therapy
pt. Patient
PTA Prior to admission
PTC Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography
PTCA Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty
PTH Parathyroid hormone
PTHC Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography
PTSD Post-traumatic stress disorder
PTT Partial thromboplastin time (test of blood clotting)
PU Pregnancy urine
PUVA therapy Psoralen ultraviolet A (treatment for psoriasis)
PVC Premature ventricular contraction
PVD Peripheral vascular disease
PWB Partial weight bearing
Px Prognosis
q Every (quaque)
q.2h. Every 2 hours
q.d. Every day (quaque die)
q.h. Every hour (quaque hora)
q.i.d. Four times a day (quater in die)
q.s. As much as suffices (quantum sufficit)
qAM Every morning
qns Quantity not sufficient
qPM Every evening
QRS Wave complex in an electrocardiographic study
qt Quart
R Respiration; right
R.D.D.A Recommended daily dietary allowance
R/O Rule out
RA Rheumatoid arthritis; right atrium
Ra Radium
rad Radio absorbed dose
RBBB Right bundle branch block
RBC, rbc Red blood count 9cell)
RDS Respiratory distress syndrome
REM Rapid eye movement
RF Rheumatoid factor
Rh (factor) Rhesus (monkey) factor in blood
RhoGAM Drug to prevent Rh factor reaction in Rh-negative women
RIA Radioimmunoassay (minute quantities are measured)
RLL Right lower lobe (lung)
RLQ Right lower quadrant
RML Right middle lobe (lung)
RNA Ribonucleic acid
ROM Range of motion
ROS Review of systems
RRR Regular rate and rhythm (of the heart)
RT Right; radiation therapy
RUL Right upper lobe (lung)
RUQ Right upper quadrant
RV Right ventricle
Rx Treatment; therapy; prescription
s (sine) Without)
s.o.s. If necessary (si opus sit)
S/P Status post (previous disease condition)
S/S Signs and symptoms
S1, S2 First, second sacral vertebra
S-A node Sinoatrial node (pacemaker of heart)
SAD Seasonal affective disorder
SARS Severe acute respiratory syndrome
SBE subacute bacterial endocarditis
SBFT Small bowel follow-through (x-rays of small intestine)
sc Subcutaneous
SC, subcut Subcutaneous
sed. rate Sedimentation rate (rate of erythrocyte sedimentation)
segs Segmented neutrophils; polys
SERM Selective estrogen receptor modulator
SGOT (AST) Serum glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase
SGPT (ALT) Serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase
SIADH Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone
SIDS Sudden infant death syndrome
sig. let it be labeled
SL Sublingual
SLE Systemic lupus erythematosus
SMA-12 Twelve blood chemistries
SMAC Automated analytical device for testing blood
SOAP Subjective, objective, assessment, and plan (used for patient notes)
SOB Shortness of breath
sp. gr. Specific gravity
SPECT Single-photon emission computed tomography
SSCP substernal chest pain
SSRI Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (antidepressant)
Staph. Staphylococci (berry-shaped bacteria in clusters)
stat. Immediately (statim)
STH somatotropin (growth hormone)
STI Sexually transmitted infection
Strep. Streptococci (berry-shaped bacteria in twisted chains)
SVC Superior vena cava
SVD Spontaneous vaginal delivery
Sx Signs and symptoms
Sz Seizure
T Temperature; time
T cells Lymphocytes produced in the thymus gland
T tube Tube placed in biliary tract for drainage
t.i.d. Three times daily (ter in die)
T1, T2 First, second thoracic vertebra
T3 Triiodothyronine test
T4 Thyroxine test
TA or TAB Therapeutic abortion
TAH Total (including cervix) abdominal hysterectomy
TAT (psychiatry) Thematic apperception test
TB Tuberculosis
Tc technetium
TEE transesophageal echocardiogram
TENS transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
TFT Thyroid function test
TIA Transient ischemic attack
TLC Total lung capacity
TM Tympanic membrane
TMJ Temporo-mandibular joint
TNM Tumor, nodes, and metastases
tPA Tissue plasminogen activator
TPN Total parenteral nutrition
TPR Temperature, pulse and respiration
TRUS transrectal ultrasound
TSH Thyroid-stimulating hormone
TSS Toxic shock syndrome
TUR, TURP Transurethral resection of the prostate
TVH Total vaginal hysterectomy
Tx Treatment
U Unit
U/O Urinary output
U/S Ultrasound
UA Urinalysis
UAO Upper airway obstruction
UC Uterine contractions
UE Upper extremity
UGI Upper GI
umb. Navel (umbilicus)
URI Upper respiratory infection
UTI Urinary tract infection
UV Ultraviolet
V/Q scan Ventilation-perfusion scan
V/S Vital signs; versus
VA Visual acuity
VATS Video-assisted thorascopy
VC Vital capacity (of lungs)
VCUG Voiding cystourethrogram
VDRL Test for syphilis (venereal disease research laboratory)
VEGF Vascular endothelial growth factor
VF Visual fields
vis à vis As compared with; in relation to
VSD Ventricular septal defect
VT Ventricular tachycardia (abnormal heart rhythm)
VTE Venous thromboembolism
WAIS Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale
WBC, wbc (blank)
WDWN Well developed, well nourished
WISC Wechsler Intelligence Scale for children
WNL Within normal limits
wt Weight
XRT Radiation therapy
y/o, yrs Year(s) old
μCi Microcurie
μg Microgram; 1 x 10-6 gram
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