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What does EOD stand for?
EOD stands for Extent of Disease
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We have 99 other meanings of EOD in our Acronym Attic
- Examinations On Demand
- Exceed on Demand (client)
- Explosive Ordnance Depot/Disposal
- Explosive Ordnance Detachment
- Explosive Ordnance Detection
- Explosive Ordnance Device (less common)
- Explosive Ordnance Disposal
- Export on Demand System (trade)
- Expression of Dissatisfaction (UK)
- Extent of Damage (insurance)
- Explosive Ordnance Disposal/Low Intensity Conflict
- Eastern Ohio Development Alliance (Cambridge, OH)
- Essential Oil Dealers Association
- End Of Data Address
- Electro Optical Distributed Aperture System (military aircraft)
- Electro-Optic Data Acquisition System
- Executive Order-Defense and Aerospace Systems (Executive Order Corporation; Atlanta, GA)
- Ease of Doing Business
- Explosive Ordnance Disposal Badge
- Earth Observation Data Centre
Samples in periodicals archive:
On the other hand, inequities persist in the number of women participating in clinical trials, and the extent of disease and access to healthcare among women of different sociodemographic backgrounds.
MRI may also be useful before and after neoadjuvant therapy to define the extent of disease or response to therapy.
The United Nations said that severe restrictions by the junta mean they lack the most basic information, from the number of orphans to the extent of diseases and the number of refugee camps.
Indeed, on MRI, the extent of disease was completely visualized and the necessity for a larger resection was assessed.
But the extent of disease infestation in the area turned out to be low in 2005, so arrangements were hastily made for our photographer to break off from the group and travel to one of Syngenta's Brazilian research facilities, and more remote growing areas, where he could capture images of decimated fields and severe symptoms of rust in various stages.