What does OD mean in medical terms

Medical abbreviations from O - OP

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importanceOoxygenChemical element. That is used to generate energy in the bodyo.a.Or otherOASenior physicianDoctor in a hospital who has a managerial roleupper armUpper section of the upper limbor similarOr similarOABoveractive bladderoveractive bladderOAEEar-eye levelOrientation line from the lower edge of the eye socket to the outer upper auditory canal (for measuring the skull)otoacoustic emissionSpontaneous sound radiation from the inner ear through the hair cellsOAKoral anticoagulationAdministration of coumarin derivatives to inhibit blood clottingOATOligo-Astheno-Teratozoospermia SyndromePathological changes in the spermif.No findingsWithout disease features in diagnosticsWithout any burdenExercises without straining the diseased part of the bodyWithout any special featuresFindings with normal findingsIFUpper abdomenBelly between the navel and costal archObd.autopsyInquestobl.obligatoryIndispensable, requiredobliquusWeird, askewobstr.obstruction Partial or complete closure of a lumenOCASoral controlled absorption systemOrally controlled intake systemOCDOsteochondrosis dissecansTraumatic bone necrosis associated with rejection of part of the jointODOverdoseOverdose, taking a drug beyond the normal doseODAOn demand analgesiaSelf-directed analgesia, taking painkillers as neededODGOphthalmic dynamographyExamination of the blood pressure (pulse wave) in the ophthalmic arteryODTSorganic dust toxic syndromeIllness with flu-like symptoms due to organic dustOEUpper extremitypoorOEPolfactory evoked potentialChanges in potential in the central nervous system triggered by fragrancesOExUpper extremitiespoorOFDOro facio-digital syndromeMalformation syndrome especially in the faceo.g.AforementionedÖGDEsophagogastroduodenoscopyEndoscopic examination of the esophagus, stomach, and duodenumPublic health servicePart of the health system to protect the health of the populationOGIBupper gastrointestinal bleedingBleeding in the gastrointestinal tract from the esophagus to the beginning of the duodenumOGITupper gastrointestinal tractEsophagus and stomachOGTTOral glucose tolerance testSugar load test, for the detection of a disturbed glucose metabolismOIOsteogenesis imperfectaVitreous bone diseaseopportunistic infectionInfection that occurs only in immunocompromised patientsOKupper jawMaxilla, largest bones of the faceupper bodyUpper part of the bodyOKHMaxillary sinusMaxillary sinusONNavicular boneScaphoid boneGRANNYAcute otitis mediaAcute otitis mediaOMFOsteomyelofibrosisOsteofibrosis, bone marrow fibrosis, abnormal changes in the bone marrowOMSOsteomyelosclerosisMalignant disease of the bone marrow with obliteration of the bone marrowONTROrder not to resuscitateNo resuscitationoÖSUpper esophageal sphincterUpper esophageal sphincter at the junction between the hypopharynx and the beginning of the esophagusOPOperation (room)Surgical intervention on the patient's body using instrumentsOriginal boxPackaging of a drug that comes directly from the manufacturerOriginal preparationMedicines approved for the first time with a specific active ingredient for humans / animalsoposteoporoticConcerning osteoporosiso.p.B.without pathological findingsNo pathological changes can be foundOPCAolivo ponto cerebellar atrophyProgressive neurodegenerative disease that affects many organsOPCABOff Pump Coronary Artery BypassCoronary artery bypass surgery without a heart-lung machineOPDOto-palato-digital syndromeGenetic disease with skeletal dysplasia, hearing loss, cleft palate and distinctive faceOPGOrthopantomographyX-ray image of the human upper and lower jawOPSorganic psychosyndromeOrganic brain psychosyndrome; Collective term for neuropsychiatric brain changes, it is based on an organic causeOperation keyGerman modification of the international classification of procedures in medicineOPSIoverwhelming postsplenectomy infectionBacterial infection after surgical removal of the spleenOPTIoral provocation test for ideosyncrasyOral allergy test for food additives