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Whats the difference in oxycodone pills when they have a A M and V imprinted on them?

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29 May 2012

Here is a link to Oxycodone pills - none are imprinted with AM V though.
http://www.drugs.com/imprints.php?action=search&drugname=oxycodone

If you are talking about the letters that are on one side of the pill, they denote the manufacturing company.

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