PRK could refer to:

  • Phase Reversal Keying, see BPSK
  • People's Republic of Korea, a short-lived provisional government that aimed to take over control of Korea shortly after the end of World War II
  • ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 code, International Olympic Committee country code, and FIFA country code for North Korea, a country evolved from the PRK
  • Photorefractive keratectomy, a laser eye surgery procedure
  • Port Kent (Amtrak station), New York, United States; Amtrak station code PRK
  • People's Republic of Kampuchea, the state that ruled Cambodia after the Vietnamese invasion that defeated the Khmer Rouge
  • People's Republic of Kalifornia, a pejorative term referring to California's political environment

Other articles related to "prk":

Archery At The 2008 Summer Olympics – Women's Individual - Competition Bracket - Section 2
... Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals 5 Kwon Un Sil (PRK) 60 ... Najmeh Abtin (IRI) 5 ... Kwon Un Sil (PRK) 37 ... Pranitha Vardhineni (IND) 37 ... Pranitha Vardhineni (IND ...
Judo At The 1996 Summer Olympics – Women's 48 Kg - Results
... HON) L Tamura (JPN) W Tamura (JPN) W Moskvina (BLR) L Tamura (JPN) L Cao Ngoc (VIE) W Kye (PRK) W Bye L Cao Ngoc (VIE) L Li (CHN) L Nichilo (FRA) W Nichilo (FRA) W Nichilo (FRA) L Meijer (NED) W Kye (PRK) W ...
Boxing At The 2004 Summer Olympics – Featherweight - Results
... Ikgopoleng (BOT) Ikgopoleng (BOT) 16 Ganiyu (NGR) 11 Kim Song-Guk (PRK) Kim (PRK) 32 Kim (PRK) 25 Konstantine Kupatadze (GEO) Kupatadze (GEO) 14 Kim (PRK) 29 Asylbek ...
Photorefractive Keratectomy - PRK Versus LASEK
... Although PRK and LASEK use basically the same technique, there are minor differences between them ... In PRK, epithelium is removed and the outermost layer below the epithelium is treated with laser ... it will be removed, and the LASEK procedure becomes a PRK procedure ...