See also: Appendix:Variations of "pro"
Etymology 1 edit
- Initialism of .
- (medicine) Initialism of .
- 2022 August 30, Ricardo Ruiz-Villaverde, Lourdes Rodriguez Fernandez-Freire, Pilar Font-Ugalde, Manuel Galan-Gutierrez, “Tildrakizumab: Efficacy, Safety and Survival in Mid-Term (52 Weeks) in Three Tertiary Hospitals in Andalucia (Spain)”, in Journal of Clinical Medicine, volume 11, number 17, →DOI, page 5:
- In the bivariate analysis carried out by subgroups, we did not find statistically significant differences (p < 0.05) between bionaïve or bioexperienced patients, patients with BMI < 30 or BMI > 30 in relation to the efficacy variables (PASI and BSA) and analyzed PROs (VAS pruritus and DLQI).
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Etymology 2 edit
From the term pronoun.
- (syntax) A theoretical phonologically null pronoun
Coordinate terms edit
- pro ("little pro")