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esophageal 
varix; Brunauer-Emmet-Teller [method] 
BETA Biomedical Electronics Technicians 
Association 
β [Greek letter beta] an anomer of a 
carbohydrate; buffer capacity; carbon 
separated from a carboxyl by one 
other carbon in aliphatic compounds; a 
constituent of a plasma protein fraction; 
probability of Type II error; a substituent 
group of a steroid that projects above the 
plane of the ring 
1-β power of statistical test 
β error Type II error 
β2m beta2microglobulin 
BEV baboon endogenous virus; beam’s 
eye view; Berne virus; bovine enterovirus 
BeV, Bev billion electron volts 
bev beverage 
BeYDV bean yellow dwarf virus 
BF Barmah Forest [virus]; bentonite 
flocculation; bile flow; biofeedback; black 
female; blastogenic factor; blister fluid; 
blood flow; body fat; bouillon filtrate [Fr. 
bouillon filtré; tuberculin]; brain factor; 
breakfast fed; breast feeding; buffered; 
burning feet [syndrome]; butter fat 
B/F black female; bound/free 
[antigenratio]
B3F band 3 cytoplasmic fragment 
bf black female; bouillon filtrate [Fr. 
bouillon filtré; tuberculin] 
BFA bifemoral angiography; brefeldin A 
BFB biological feedback; bronchial 
foreign body 
BFC benign febrile convulsion 
BFDI bronchodilation following deep 
inspiration 
BFDV beak and feather disease virus; bulk 
fluid endocytosis 
BFE blood flow energy 
BFEC benign focal epilepsy of childhood 
BFF buried free flap 
bFGF basic fibroblast growth factor 
BFGS Broyden-Fletcher-Goldfarb-Shanno 
[algorithm] 
BFH benign familial hematuria 
BFHD Beukes familial hip dysplasia 
BFHI Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative 
[UNICEf ] 
BFHR basal fetal heart rate 
BFIC benign familial infantile convulsions 
BFIRM binary formal inference-based 
recessive modeling 
BFL bird fancier’s lung; Börjeson-
Forssman-Lehmann [syndrome] 
BFLS Börjeson-Forssman-Lehmann 
syndrome 
BFM benign familial megalocephaly 
ormacrocephaly 
BFNC benign familial neonatal 
convulsions 
BFO balanced forearm orthosis; ball-
bearing forearm orthosis; blood-forming 
organ
BFOD binary frames of discernment 
BFP biologic false-positive 
BFPR biologic false-positive reaction 
BFPSTS biologic false-positive 
serological test for syphilis 
BFR biologic false reaction; blood flow 
rate; bone formation rate; buffered Ringer 
[solution] 
BFS blood fasting sugar 
BFT bentonite flocculation test; 
biofeedback training 
BFU burst-forming unit 
BFU-E burst-forming unit, erythrocythes
BFU-ME burst-forming unit, myeloid/
erythroid 
BFU-Meg burst-forming unit, 
megakaryocyte 
BFV Barmah Forest virus; bovine feces 
virus; bovine foamy virus 
BG Bacillus globigii; basal ganglion; basic 
gastrin; basophilic granulocyte; Bender 
Gestalt[test]; beta-galactosidase; beta-
glucuronidase; bicolor guaiac [test]; 
Birbeck granule blood glucose; bone 
graft; brilliant green; buccogingival 
B-G Bordet-Gengou [agar, bacillus, 
phenomenon] 
BGA blue-green algae 
BGAg blood group antigen 
BGAV blue-green algae virus 
BGC basal ganglion calcification; blood 
group class 
BGCA bronchogenic carcinoma 
BGD blood group degradation
BGE butyl glycidyl ether 
BGEM mouse Brain Gene Expression Map
BGG bovine gammaglobulin 
bGH bovine growth hormone 
BGIV Bangui virus 
Bgj beige [mouse] 
BGLB brilliant green lactose broth 
BGlu blood glucose
BGM bedside glucose monitoring 
BGMR basal ganglion disorder-mental 
retardation [Syndrome] 
BGMV bean golden mosaic virus
BGNV Bangoran virus 
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BGO bismuth germanium oxide
BGP beta-glycerophosphatase 
BGPS Belgian General Practitioners’ Study
BGS balance, gait, and station; Baller-
Gerold syndrome; blood group substance; 
British, Geriatrics Society 
BGSA blood granulocyte-specific activity
BGTT borderIine glucose tolerance test
BGV Bahia Grande virus 
BH base hospital; benzalkonium and 
heparin;bill of health; birth history; 
Bishop-Harman [instruments]; boarding 
home; ; Bolton-Hunter [reagent]; 
borderline hypertensive; both hands; 
brain hormone; Braxton-Hicks 
[contractions]; breathholding; bronchial 
hyperreactivity; Bryan high titer; bundle 
of His 
BH4 tetrahydrobiopterin 
BHA bound hepatitis antibody; butylated 
hydroxyanisole
BHAT Beta blocker Heart Attack Trial 
BHAV Bahnja virus 
BHB beta-hydroxybutyrate
bHb bovine hemoglobin 
BHBA beta-hydroxybutyric acid 
BHC benzene hexachloride 
BHCDA Bureau of Health Care Delivery 
and Assistence 
β-hCG beta human chorionic 
gonadotropin 
BHF Bolivian hemorrhagic fever; British 
Heart Foundation 
BHFS Benzapril Heart Failure Study 
BHI biosynthetic human insulin; 
brainheart infusion [broth]; British 
Humanities Index; Bureau of Health 
Insurance 
BHIA brain-heart infusion agar 
BHIBA brain-heart infusion blood agar 
BHIRS brain-heart infusion and rabbit 
serum 
BHIS beef heart infusion supplemented 
[broth] 
BHK baby hamster kidney [cells]; type-B 
Hong Kong [influenza virus] 
BHL bilateral hilar Iymphadenopathy; 
biological half-life 
bHLH basic helix-loop-helix 
bHLH-ZIP basic helix-loop-helix-leucine 
zipper
BHM Bureau of Health Manpower 
BHN bephenium hydroxynaphthoate; 
Brinell hardness number 
BHP basic health profile 
BHPr Bureau of Health Professions 
BHR basal heart rate; benign hypertrophic 
prostatitis; borderline hypertensive rat; 
bronchial hyperreactivity 
BHRT bioidentical hormone replacement 
therapy 
BHS Bachelor of Health Science; 
Ballarat Health Services [Australia]; Beck 
Hopelessness Scale; beta-hemolytic 
streptococcus; Bogalusa Heart Study; 
breathholding spell; Brisighella Heart 
Study 
BHT beta-hydroxytheophylline; breath 
hydrogen test; bronchial hygiene therapy; 
butylated hydroxytoluene 
BHTE bioheat transfer equation 
BHU basic health unit 
Bhu Bordetella heme utilization 
BhuR Bordetella heme utilization 
receptor 
BHV bovine herpes virus 
BH/VH body hematocritvenous 
hematocrit [ratio] 
BHyg Bachelor of Hygiene 
BI background interval; bacterial or 
bactericidal index; base-in [prism]; 
basilar impression; bifunctional inducer; 
Billroth I [operation]; biological indicator; 
biotehnology infomatics; bodily injury; 
bone injury; bowel impaction; brain 
injury; burn index 
Bi bismuth 
BIA biolectric impedance analysis; 
bioimmunoassay; biomechanical 
impedance analyses 
BIAA Brain Injury Association of America 
BIAC Bioinstrumentation Advisory 
Council 
BIAD blind insertion airway device 
BIB bibliography; biliointestinal by-pass; 
brought in by 
bib, biblio bibliography 
BIBRA British Industrial Biological 
Research Association 
B-IBS B-immunoblastic sarcoma 
BIC Bayes information criterion; 
bicoherence; blood isotope clearance; 
brain imaging center 
Bic biceps 
BICAO bilateral internal carotid artery 
occlusion 
bicarb bicarbonate 
BiCAT bilateral carotid artery traction
BICC Biomedical Information 
Communications Center 
BiCNU 1,3-bis-(2-chloroethyl)-1-
nitrosourea [carmustine] 
BICS Brigham Integrated Computing 
System 
BICS-OE Brigham Integrated Computing 
System-order entry 
BICST biceps skin tone 
BID bibliographic information and 
documentation; brought in dead 
BIDA butyliminodiacetic acid 
BIDLB block in posteroinferior division of 
left branch 
BIDS biological integrated detection 
system; brittle hair, intellectual 
impairment, decreased fertility, and short 
stature [syndrome] 
BIE Bayes inference engine; bioelectrical 
impedance; bullous ichthyosiform 
erythroderma 
BIG bone injection gun 
BIG6 analysis of 6 serum components 
BIGGY bismuth glycine glucose yeast 
BIGMAC Beaumont Interventional 
Group Mevacor, ACE Inhibitor, Colchicine 
Restenosis [trial]; Bidirectional Gantry 
Multiarray Coil [study] 
BIGPRO Biguanides and the Prevention of 
the Risk of Obesity [study] 
BIH benign intracranial hypertension