NPL

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AcronymDefinition
NPLNational Priorities List (US EPA)
NPLNational Physical Laboratory (UK)
NPLNepal (ISO Country code)
NPLNigeria Premier League (football)
NPLNetscape Public License (based on Mozilla Public License)
NPLNati per Leggere (Italian: Born to Read)
NPLNon Performing Loan (loans in default or close to it)
NPLNashville Public Library (Nashville, TN)
NPLNatural Products Ltd. (AV Thomas Group)
NPLNon Procedural Language
NPLNational Priorities List
NPLnot Proper Label
NPLName Processing List
NPLNational Physical Laboratory
NPLNetwork Password List
NPLNetscape Public License
NPLNewmarket Public Library (Canada)
NPLNorthern Premier League (Britain)
NPLNational Puzzlers' League
NPLNon-Patent Literature
NPLNon-Partisan League
NPLNon-Profit Leadership
NPLNeuro-Linguistic Programming (behavioral science)
NPLNon Parametric Linkage
NPLNaz Project London (UK)
NPLNorthbrook Public Library (Northbrook, IL)
NPLNational Physical Laboratories (India)
NPLNational Paintball League
NPLNormal Power Level (aviation)
NPLNew Product Launch
NPLNoun Plural
NPLNew Plymouth, New Zealand - New Plymouth (Airport Code)
NPLNon Perceived Light
NPLNatural Products Laboratory (Research Triangle Institute)
NPLNo Pay Leave
NPLNuclear Pumped Laser
NPLNorthern Pipe Line (Phoenix, AZ)
NPLNeenah Public Library (Neenah, Wisconsin)
NPLNon Production License
NPLNasopharyngolaryngoscopy
NPLNetwork Planning Letter (Sprint)
NPLNavy Point Loma
NPLNormal Peacetime Location
NPLNewport News Part List
NPLNavigation Payload
NPLNational Price List
NPLNetwork Protocol Library
References in periodicals archive ?
Fiberoptic nasopharyngolaryngoscopy for airway monitoring after obstructive sleep apnea surgery.
Nasopharyngolaryngoscopy confirmed these findings, and it identified no other lesions.
Nasopharyngolaryngoscopy detected a smooth mass emanating from the left middle meatus.
Findings on fiberoptic nasopharyngolaryngoscopy were unimpressive.
1-3) Clinical diagnosis can be made via mirror laryngoscopy, flexible nasopharyngolaryngoscopy, or suspension microlaryngoscopy, and can be confirmed via histopathology.
At follow-up 2 weeks later, nasopharyngolaryngoscopy detected another white lesion in the right arytenoid cartilage at the same site where the original lesion had arisen (figure 3).
Nasopharyngolaryngoscopy detected no evidence of glottic or supraglottic disease; the mucosa was normal and vocal fold mobility was unimpaired.
Flexible nasopharyngolaryngoscopy confirmed the findings of the indirect laryngoscopy (figure 1).