If you are a doctor, you should have the best possible medical experience. This is the best medical treatment option available. It can help you find a better treatment for your disease.
The PPD stands for “post-prostate-delivery.” A very common medical abbreviation. I’m not sure what it’s specifically used for, but I just wanted to say that it’s definitely worth checking out.
While I know you may not think it’s worth your time to Google it, it’s worth checking out. You would be surprised at how much medical knowledge this abbreviation carries. If you’re feeling down, or if you ever found yourself in a situation where you were unsure what to do with someone else’s body, you should know that there is a ton of knowledge packed into one syllable.
Im sure its great to be able to find a medical abbreviation that is both easy to understand and easy to type. This one is definately worth checking out.
I think just about any medical abbreviation is a “wonderful” one, with good information packed into it. The only issue I have with it is that it is a short-cut to the “long” medical abbreviation. This one has a very long word, and if you type it in, you will end up getting an error message.
Sounds like a good one to me. I think its great to be able to search for a medical abbreviation, but I have to get the error message.
The short medical abbreviation just means “possible”. The long one is the one you want to type in, and this one is also very long.
Sounds good, I think, and it does. The long medical abbreviation is the one you want to type in, and this one is also very long. I will stick to the short one, thank you.
It’s kind of a long story (and as the name suggests) but good for you. You have friends and family with you, but you don’t have a real connection to the rest of us. For you it’s really a great reason to keep in touch with your friends and family.
Yes, I know what you’re thinking: “Hey, you can type this in like that instead of this.” I get that, too. I just prefer to type it as “ptd” for “possible” or “pdt” for “possible” because it sounds cooler, which seems more appropriate.