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ACS

 
acute confusional state; American Cancer Society; American Chemical Society; American College of Surgeons.

ACS

American Cancer Society; American Chemical Society; American College of Surgeons.

ACS

1 abbreviation for American Cancer Society.
2 abbreviation for American Chemical Society.
3 abbreviation for American College of Surgeons.
4 abbreviation for anodal closing sound.
5 abbreviation for acute confusional state.
6 abbreviation for Association of Clinical Scientists.
7 abbreviation for abdominal compartment syndrome.

ACS

Abbreviation for:
abdominal compartment syndrome
absorbable collagen sponge
acetyl CoA synthase
acrocephalosyndactyly
acute chest syndrome
acute compartment syndrome
acute confusional state
acute coronary syndrome (Medspeak-UK)
adenoma-carcinoma sequence
ambulatory care service
American Cancer Society
American College of Surgeons
antireticular cytotoxic serum
aortocaval shunt

ACS

Abbreviation for acute coronary syndrome.

ACS

Abbreviation for acute coronary syndrome.
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