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[L.] quantum satis, as much as is enough; [L.] quantum sufficiat, as much as may suffice; quantity sufficient r racemic; roentgen R gas constant (8.315 joules); (organic) radical; Réamur (scale) ; [L.] recipe, take; resistance determinant (plasmid); resistance (electrical); resistance (unit) (in the cardiovascular system); resolution; respiration; respiratory (exchange ratio); roentgen Ra radium RA rheumatoid arthritis rad radian RAD reactive airways disease RAS reticular activating system RAST radioallergosorbent test RAV Rous-associated virus RAW resistance, airway Rb rubidium rbc red blood cell; red blood (cell) count RBC red blood cell; red blood (cell) count RBF renal blood flow RCM right costal margin RD reaction of degeneration; reaction of denervation; Registered Dietitian RDA recommended daily allowance RDH Registered Dental Hygienist r DNA ribosomal DNA RDS respiratory distress syndrome RDW red (blood cell) diameter (or distribution) width Re rhenium RE right ear; right eye rem roentgen equivalent, man REM rapid eye movement (sleep); reticular erythematous mucinosis rep roentgen equivalent, physical RF release factor; rheumatoid factor RFA right frontoanterior (fetal position) RFLP restriction fragment length polymorphism RFP right frontoposterior (fetal position) RFT right frontotransverse (fetal position) Rh Rhesus (Rh blood group); rhodium RH releasing hormone RIA radioimmunoassay Rib ribose RLL right lower lobe RLQ right lower quadrant RMA right mentoanterior (fetal position) RML right middle lobe RMP right mentoposterior (fetal position) RMT right mentotransverse (fetal position) Rn radon RN Registered Nurse RNA Registered Nurse Anesthetist; ribonucleic acid RNase ribonuclease RNC Registered Nurse, Certified RNP Registered Nurse Practitioner RNP ribonucleoprotein R/O rule out ROA right occipitoanterior (fetal position) ROM range of motion ROP right occipitoposterior (fetal position) ROS review of systems ROT right occipitotransverse (fetal position) RP retinitis pigmentosa RP Registered Pharmacist RPF renal plasma flow RPh Registered Pharmacist rpm revolutions per minute RPR rapid plasma reagin (test) RQ respiratory quotient r RNA ribosomal RNA RR relative risk RRR relative risk reduction Rs resolution RS respiratory syncytial (virus) RSA right sacroanterior (fetal position) RSD reflex sympathetic dystrophy RSP right sacroposterior (fetal position) RST right sacrotransverse (fetal position) RSV Rous sarcoma virus; respiratory syncytial virus RT Radiologic Technologist; Registered Technologist; Respiratory Therapist RTE renal tubular epithelium r TMP ribothymidylic acid Ru ruthenium RUL right upper lobe RUQ right upper quadrant RV residual volume; right ventricle RVEF right ventricular ejection fraction RVH right ventricular hypertrophy s sigma; reflection coefficient; standard deviation; 1 millisecond (0.001 sec) s [L.] semis, half; steady state (SUBSCRIPT); [L.] sinister, left s sine, without s/s signs and symptoms S [L.] sinister, left; saturation of hemoglobin (percentage of) (followed by subscript o2 or co2); siemens; spheric; spheric (lens); sulfur; Svedberg (unit) S1 first selfing generation SA sinuatrial S-A sinuatrial SAD seasonal affective disorder Sa O2 oxygen saturation (of) arterial (oxyhemoglobin) SARS severe acute respiratory syndrome Sb [L.] stibium, antimony SBE subacute bacterial endocarditis sc subcutaneous(ly) Sc scandium SC sternoclavicular; subcutaneous(ly) Sc D Doctor of Science SCID severe combined immunodeficiency SD standard deviation; streptodornase SDA specific dynamic action Se selenium Ser serine SERM selective estrogen receptor modulator Sf Svedberg flotation (constant, unit) SGA small for gestational age SGOT serum glutamicoxaloacetic transaminase (aspartate aminotransferase) SGPT serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase (alanine aminotransferase) SH serum hepatitis SI [French] Système International d’Unités; International System of Units Si silicon SID source-to-image (-receptor) distance SIDS sudden infant death syndrome sig. subspecies SSRI selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor ST scapulothoracic stat; STAT [L.] statim, immediately, at once STD sexually transmitted disease STEL short term exposure limit STH somatotropic hormone STI sexually transmitted infection STM short-term memory STPD standard temperature (0º C) and pressure (760 mm Hg absolute), dry STS serologic test for syphilis Sv sievert (unit) SV sievert (unit) SVT supraventricular tachycardia Sz seizure t metric ton t temperature (Celsius); tritium T temperature, absolute (Kelvin); tension (intraocular); tera ; tesla; tetanus (toxoid); tidal (volume) (SUBSCRIPT); tocopherol; transverse (tubule); tritium; tumor (antigen) T absolute temperature (Kelvin) T! 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