OM

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AcronymDefinition
OMOnder Meer (Dutch: among others)
OMOld Man (Amateur Radio)
OMOh My
OMOriental Medicine
OMOman (ISO country Code, top level domain)
OMOn the Move
OMOlympique de Marseille (French football team)
OMOrganic Matter
OMOffice Manager
OMOpenbaar Ministerie
OMOh Man
OMOrder Management
OMOlivia Munn (actress)
OMOsteomyelitis (bone infection)
OMOld Mutual (London, UK financial services)
OMOffering Memorandum (investing)
OMOmeprazole (drug)
OMObject Model
OMOrgasmic Meditation
OMOrder of Merit
OMOperations and Maintenance
OMOperating Manual
OMOdyssey of the Mind
OMOfficemax (retail business)
OMOtitis Media
OMOrbit Micro
OMOccupational Medicine (also seen as OCCMED and OCC MED)
OMOscar Mayer
OMOrdained Minister
OMOperation Mobilisation (global Christian missionary organisation)
OMOptical Microscopy
OMOperating Margin (gross margin less operating expenses)
OMOliebranchens Miljøpulje (Denmark)
OMMongolian Airlines (IATA airline code)
OMOuter Marker
OMOpen Marriage (lifestyle)
OMOperational Manager
OMOrden Ministerial (Spanish)
OMObtuse Marginal
OMOperational Modeling
OMOpenMail
OMOperation Migration
OMOptical Model
OMOperating Methods
OMOrganizational Maintenance
OMOntology Matching
OMOperator Maintenance
OMOptical Monitor (astrophysics, astronomy)
OMOptical Module (Ciena)
OMOrganizational Membership
OMOrgano Metallic
OMOperations Module
OMOrganized Militia
OMOffice of Meteorology
OMOptics Module
OMOrbital Module
OMOpticalman (US Navy rating)
OMOptical Multiplexer (Sprint)
OMOPTera Metro (Cisco)
OMO-Methylation
OMOperational Measurement
OMOverlay Manager
OMOperations Manager/Management
OMOptimization of Middleware
OMOpen Marketing
OMOptionsmäklarna (Swedish company; now OM Gruppen)
OMOut for Maintenance
OMOmni Mane (Latin: Every Morning)
OMOnMarketer
OMOccipitalis Muscle
OMOld Marlburian (Old Marlburian Lodge)
OMOut of Band Modulator
OMOffice Macro Virus
OMOutsource Marketing, LLC
OMOff-Line Memory (DSC)
OMOld Malvernian (England, UK)
OMOperational Manning
OMOverlapping Multicarrier
OMObtuse Mule
OMOrbiting Mirror
OMMinim Fathers (religious order)
OMOccultation Measurement
OMOperator's/Operation Manual
OM(USN Rating) Opticalman
OMOld McFarlane
OMOstial Membrane
References in periodicals archive ?
Right coronary artery was chronically occluded, and we chose to perform CABG only on LAD and obtuse marginal branch.
The color of obtuse marginal branch distributed cardiac tissue was observed purpling (indicated by the arrow in Figures 1(a) and 1(b)).
Caption: Figure 5: Curved multiplanar reformatted images of the left main and left anterior descending (a), left circumflex and terminal obtuse marginal branch (b), and right coronary arteries (c).
Its upper part was getting filled from first obtuse marginal branch (OM 1) of left circumflex coronary artery (Figure 3).
The previous vein bypass graft to the obtuse marginal was patent.
Coronary angiography showed that the patient had normal coronary arteries except for a total occlusion in the distal obtuse marginal branch of circumflex artery (Fig.
Group 1 patients were more likely to have LAD total occlusion, severe Lcx lesions, and first obtuse marginal (OM1) significant lesions (>70% occlusion) when compared to other groups.
235 MB-MCAs (60.4%) were located in the middle segment of LAD, 59 (15.2%) in the obtuse marginal branch, 53 (13.6%) in the first diagonal artery, and the remaining 42 (10.8%) in the other segments of coronary arteries (Table 2).
Four saphenous vein grafts were employed (first on obtuse marginal one, second on posterior descending and two sequential grafts on the left anterior descending artery).
The patient underwent coronary artery bypass grafting (left internal mammary to left anterior descending artery and right internal mammary artery to first obtuse marginal) six years ago and stent implantation to right coronary artery was performed two years ago.
The patient was taken to the operating room for triple vessel CABG with a left internal mammary to left anterior descending coronary artery, a saphenous vein to the posterior descending artery branch of the right coronary artery, and a saphenous vein to the obtuse marginal branch of the circumflex coronary artery.
A saphenous vein graft was anastomosed to the posterior descending and a second one to the obtuse marginal. After reversing heparinization and achieving hemostasis, the thoracic incision was sutured to avoid any contamination.