does "OB"mean "obstetrician "?does "gyn"mean "gynaecological'?
According to her account, she was unaware of anything unusual until "I suddenly heard a door open, and an unaccountable number of Dallas policemen screamed at me for help and to bring a carriage." Wheeling in a stretcher from O.B.Gyn., she returned to a corridor packed with yelling policemen. A litter rolled past bearing a patient whose face and head were covered with a suit coat; then she was engulfed by a mass of shoving men. Abruptly the mass parted. She found herself face to face with Lyndon Johnson, "and when I looked at him, recognizing him, I suddenly sensed who our patient on the carriage might be."】
does "OB"mean "obstetrician "?does "gyn"mean "gynaecological'? if it is so, does this sentence mean she take the stretcher from gynecologist, and returned to a corridor?