I must apologize to the newcomers; I occasionally use abbreviations that people might not recognize: for example, PWD (people with diabetes) and T1DM (type 1 diabetes) and T2DM (type 2 diabetes). Obviously, abbreviations and acronyms are helpful to save space (and to avoid carpal tunnel syndome for us who are typing our thoughts), but they sure can be puzzling, especially when the same abbreviation can mean different things:
LADA might stand for "Latent autoimmune diabetes in adults" or "Late-onset Autoimmune Diabetes of Adulthood", and
MODY might be "Maturity onset diabetes of the young" or "Mutation-Originated Diabetes in the Young".
And, for a laugh, NPH ("Neutral Protamine Hagedorn") insulin has also been called "not particularly helpful".
It's enough 2MAGMC (to make a grown man cry).