Acronym List

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bldoink
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Re: Acronym List

Postby bldoink » Sat Nov 04, 2017 12:33 pm

hturner12 wrote:It is also not one of the main stream treatments not covered by insurance. Dont you think protate reduction procedure would be more appropriate. There are at least 2 that are used Rezum snd urolift. Both are covered by insurance and seem alot more appropriate

hturner12,
No, not really, but PRT could stand for the phrase "Prostate Reduction Therapy" as that phrase seems to pop up fairly often. That acronym might be appropriate for that and would include both Rezum and urolift as well as TURP and TUIP. Unfortunately, I can't find the acronym being used that way anywhere. However, I most certainly can't find PRP being used for Prostate Reduction Procedure anywhere. PRP is found being used for Platelet Rich Plasma fairly easily and appears to be an acronym accepted for that use. I certainly don't care what the acronym is used on this site but your use might cause a small amount of confusion.
R.R.P 2011 Mayo Jacksonville, Dr. Michael Wehle. Nerve sparing - badly damaged. C in margin. V.E.D, Viagra and PGE-1 (80mcg/ml) injections @ ~ 12 units. Originally Edex20, then compounded PGE-1 - cost. Inject. ~ 8 yrs. It works. Treasure coast of FL.

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Re: Acronym List

Postby Larry10625 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 1:46 pm

LMCatman wrote:My favorite acronym....... DATY.......... dine at the Y......



Dave, thank you very much for providing this service. When our members are reading, they will no longer have to stop, open a search engine, look up the word. You have a great collection of words. Now we need our members to step up and help you. To our very supportive members, please send dg_moore strange words or abbreviations. In order to find out if what you send, is what we need, if a word has tripped you up please send it to him. We are not looking for spelling mistakes. Again Dave, thanks for looking after that for us. :)

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Re: Acronym List

Postby dg_moore » Thu Dec 07, 2017 5:58 pm

Glad to do it, Larry. Now if we could just get a link to the list added to the page banners so it's always visible, or maybe added to the Quick Links dropdown...
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Re: Acronym List

Postby Lost Sheep » Fri Mar 29, 2019 4:05 pm

BPL - Bone Pressed Length - a protocol of measurement of penis length. Press a measuring stick against the pubic bone (into the pubic mount immediately above the penis) and measure the distance to the urethral meatus (the urethral opening at the tip of the glans). An alternative and little-used but perhaps more consistent (because of the need to grasp the glans in order to measure the length of a flaccid penis stretched to its maximum length) is to measure to the glans' coronal ridge, then add the length dimension of the natural glans (coronal ridge to urethral meatus).

Note: This should be a linear dimension (straightening any curve of the penile shaft) but NOT FOLLOWING the curve of the glans.
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Re: Acronym List

Postby Seb2251 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 5:53 pm

What meant is GP??

Thanks!
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Re: Acronym List

Postby dg_moore » Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:10 pm

Seb2251 wrote:What meant is GP??

Thanks!


What is the context? One common expansion in the US is "General Practitioner", which is not heard as much as PCP (Primary Care Physician) these days.
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Re: Acronym List

Postby Seb2251 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:54 pm

dg_moore wrote:
Seb2251 wrote:What meant is GP??

Thanks!


What is the context? One common expansion in the US is "General Practitioner", which is not heard as much as PCP (Primary Care Physician) these days.


I read this article below yesterday. Here you go...

”When my Uro retired I just used my GP. I went to my GP, who knew nothing on the subject, showed her an Edex box and asked her to write me a generic script for the same ingredients but a much stronger mix so I could take it to a compounder. I've continued the practice with her replacement. I then got a new Uro who didn't seem real knowledgeable on the topic so I continued working with my GP as by then I had it figured out to my satisfaction. Someday I'd like to find a good competent Uro knowledgeable about such stuff.”

Any luck? Thanks!
4/24/1949 A retired photographer, Had prostate cancer surgery 9/15/13. Starts Trimix injector 9/10/18 cuz Viagra didn't help me so much.
Prostaglandin 20mecg / Papaverine 30mg / Phentolamine 2mg/ml.

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Re: Acronym List

Postby bldoink » Sun Jun 09, 2019 1:15 am

As dg_moore stated, General Practitioner or PCP if you prefer.
R.R.P 2011 Mayo Jacksonville, Dr. Michael Wehle. Nerve sparing - badly damaged. C in margin. V.E.D, Viagra and PGE-1 (80mcg/ml) injections @ ~ 12 units. Originally Edex20, then compounded PGE-1 - cost. Inject. ~ 8 yrs. It works. Treasure coast of FL.


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