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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
bone-anchored hearing aid
(268 times)
Otolaryngology
(178 times)
SSD (12 times)
APHAB (11 times)
CROS (11 times)
1985 The bone-anchored hearing aid. Principal design and a psychoacoustical evaluation.
tris(4-bromophenyl)aminium hexachloroantimonate
(4 times)
Chemistry
(2 times)
NIS (1 time)
THF (1 time)
1997 [Weitz' aminium salt initiated electron transfer reactions and application to the synthesis of natural products].
bone-anchored cochlear stimulator
(2 times)
General Surgery
(2 times)
CROS (1 time)
2003 Transcranial contralateral cochlear stimulation in unilateral deafness.
2-Butylamino-2-demethoxy-hypocrellin A
(1 time)
Biochemistry
(1 time)
--- 2001 Butylamino-demethoxy-hypocrellins and photodynamic therapy decreases human cancer in vitro and in vivo.
BAHA system
(1 time)
Neurology
(1 time)
--- 2013 Comparison between a new implantable transcutaneous bone conductor and percutaneous bone-conduction hearing implant.
Belize Agricultural Health Authority
(1 time)
Communicable Diseases
(1 time)
--- 2003 Veterinary Services in Belize: adapting organisational models to the needs of small economies.
bleached Amherst humic acid
(1 time)
Spectrometry, Fluorescence
(1 time)
AHA (1 time)
DHM (1 time)
2009 Frequency-domain fluorescence lifetime measurements via frequency segmentation and recombination as applied to pyrene with dissolved humic materials.
bone anchored hearing aid attract
(1 time)
Biosensing Techniques
(1 time)
EMF (1 time)
RFID (1 time)
SAR (1 time)
2019 Electromagnetic Energy Absorption in a Head Approaching a Radiofrequency Identification (RFID) Reader Operating at 13.56 MHz in Users of Hearing Implants Versus Non-Users.