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Old 07-18-2012
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Question ROM for Range of Motion

Hi all,

Can I use ROM for range of motion, am an IMG so I don't some of the abbreviations that are widely used here in practice.

ROM is however not in the CS booklet.
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Yes. ROM is an acceptable abbreviation in US practice and hence in the CS Exam.

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Sabio,

Thanks a lot
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