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Explanation: just spent 10 minutes looking for st and ap, when i came back, i saw that you granted kudoz for an answer "hypoplasia" i had given yesterday
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Albert Golub Local time: 00:38 Native speaker of: French PRO pts in pair: 146
Explanation: Look through your answers - mangordi was right on. What's missing for you I suspect is what does AP/L stand for as Anterior - Posterior only refers to the AP. I suspect L is for lung - many medical terms, as technical terms, use the English language. Especially when it comes to terminology. Just as English Rxs use Latin terminology. So what we're talking about here is -
RX Standard Anterior/ Posterior of Right Lung. (We're assuming it's x-ray.).
By the way, Rx refers not to x-ray but to medical prescription - it's the doctor's orders. Good luck to you! I'd feel comfortable with this.