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AI

 
aortic incompetence; aortic insufficiency; apical impulse; artificial insemination; artificial intelligence.

AI

aortic insufficiency; artificial insemination.

AI

abbr.
1. aromatase inhibitor
2. artificial insemination
3. artificial intelligence

AI

1 abbreviation for artificial intelligence.
2 abbreviation for artificial insemination.

AI

Abbreviation for:
accidental injury
acetabular index
acquired ichthyosis
acrosome intact
acute ileus
acute infection
adequate intake
adhesion index
adiposity index
adoptive immunotherapy
adrenal incidentaloma
adrenal insufficiency
affinity index
aggregation index
airway inflammation
alcohol intake
alcohol involvement
allelic imbalance
allergy and immunology
allergy index
aluminium
aluminum
alveolar interstitial
ambulation index
amelogenesis imperfecta
amplification index
amylase inhibitor
anal incontinence
anchorage independent
androgen independent
angiogenesis inhibitor
angiotensin I
anisotropy index
annual incidence
antibody indices
anti-inflammatory
aortic incompetence
aortic insufficiency
aorto-iliac
apical impulse
apoptotic index
aromatase inhibitor
arthritis index
artificial insemination
artificial intelligence (Medspeak-UK)
association induction
asymmetry index
atherogenic index
atherosclerotic index
autoimmune
axonal injury
avidity index
axio-incisal

AI

1. Allergy index.
2. Angiogenesis inhibitor.
3. Angiotensin I.
4. Apical impulse.
5. Artificial insemination.

AI

Abbreviation for acceptable intake; adequate intake; artificial intelligence.

AI

1. aortic incompetence.
2. aortic insufficiency.
3. apical impulse.
4. artificial insemination.

AI (4) center
an establishment for the housing of males, usually bulls, the collection and storage of semen, the despatch of preserved semen, the keeping of records of performance and usually the provision of a problem-solving veterinary service.
AI (4) technician
a person qualified to inseminate animals with stored semen. The 'bull in the bowler hat' of modern antiquity.
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