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RAORadio Receiver (US Navy)
RAORegulated Activities Order
RAORechtsanwaltsordnung (German: Lawyers' Act; Austria)
RAORight Anterior Oblique (Radiologic Term)
RAORecurrent Airway Obstruction
RAORetiree Activities Office
RAOResearch and Advocacy Organization
RAORetinal Artery Occlusion
RAOResponse Action Outcome (Massachusetts and New Jersey)
RAORecent African Origin (paleoanthropology)
RAORéponse À Appel d'Offres (French: Tender Response)
RAOResearch Administration Officer (Australia)
RAORace across Oregon (bicycling)
RAORussian Archives Online
RAORibeirao Preto, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Airport Code)
RAOResearch Analysis Office
RAORemedial Action Objective
RAOResponse Amplitude Operator (mechanical engineering)
RAORoyal Army of Oman
RAORegional Accounting Office
RAORegistration Authority Operator
RAORecherche Assistée par Ordinateur (French: Computer Assisted Research)
RAORassemblement des Astrologues Occidentaux (French: Gathering of Western Astrologers)
RAORegional Aviation Officer (US Forest Service position)
RAOResident Arts Organization (various locations)
RAOReadAllOver (image file format)
RAOResource Analysis Office
RAORead As One
RAORéflexion Assistée par Ordinateur (French: Computer Assisted Puzzle)
RAORhône Alpes Orchidées (French: Rhone Alps Orchids; est. 1987)
RAORight Ascension Offset
RAORegimental Administration Office (BATUS)
RAORegimental Activities Officer
RAOResidential Actions Office (US military)
RAOResident Agent Office
RAORating Assignment Office (US Navy)
RAORhône Alpes Outillage (French: Rhone Alps Tools)
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Recurrent Airway Obstruction (Heaves) and Summer-Pasture-associated Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
Comparison of efficacy and tolerability of isoflupredone and dexamethasone in the treatment of horses affected with recurrent airway obstruction ('heaves').
Fluticasone propionate aerosol is more effective for prevention than treatment of recurrent airway obstruction. J.