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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
energy controllable steep pulse
(9 times)
Biomedical Engineering
(4 times)
MVD (1 time)
NK (1 time)
TEM (1 time)
2005 [Pathological studies of tissue damage in experimental rabbit liver cancer induced by energy controllable steep pulses].
evoked cutaneous sympathetic potentials
(4 times)
Neurology
(2 times)
BA (1 time)
BP (1 time)
FHV (1 time)
1989 [Disorders of autonomic fibers of the peripheral nerves in polyneuropathies].
ear-canal sound pressure
(2 times)
Audiology
(2 times)
BAHA (1 time)
BC (1 time)
BCI (1 time)
2013 Estimation of bone conduction skull transmission by hearing thresholds and ear-canal sound pressure.
edge cross-section profiles
(2 times)
Medical Informatics
(2 times)
RSL (1 time)
2013 Near real-time retroflexion detection in colonoscopy.
estimated carotid sinus pressure
(2 times)
Sports Medicine
(1 time)
MAP (2 times)
RRI (2 times)
1993 Unilateral carotid-cardiac baroreflex responses in humans.
Early Childhood Screening Profiles
(1 time)
Psychology
(1 time)
AGS (1 time)
1996 Economic advantage and the cognitive ability of rural children in Zaire.
East Campus Steam Plant
(1 time)
Environmental Health
(1 time)
WCSP (1 time)
2016 Radon emissions from natural gas power plants at The Pennsylvania State University.
emotionally close social partners
(1 time)
PP (1 time)
SNC (1 time)
2017 Would more social partners leads to enhanced health? The paradox between quantity and quality.
endometrioid carcinoma with small nonvillous papillae
(1 time)
General Surgery
(1 time)
FIGO (1 time)
SPC (1 time)
2000 Uterine Endometrioid Carcinoma with Small Nonvillous Papillae: An Analysis of 26 Cases of a Favorable-Prognosis Tumor To Be Distinguished from Serous Carcinoma.