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CS

Abbreviation for cesarean section; Chief of Staff.

Cs

Symbol for cesium.

CS

cesarean section; conditioned stimulus; coronary sinus.

Cs

cesium.

CS

abbr.
1. capital stock
2. cesarean section
3. chief of staff
4. Christian Science
5. civil service
6. conditioned stimulus

Cs

symbol for the element cesium.

CS

abbreviation for cesarean section.

CS

Abbreviation for:
caesarean section
campomelic syndrome
Capgras syndrome
capital strategy (Medspeak-UK)
carcinoid syndrome
cardiogenic shock
carotid sheath
carotid sinus
cat scratch
catalytic subunit
cell surface
central supply
cerebral scintigraphy
cervical spine
cervical stimulation
caesium
cesium
charge separation
cholesterol stone
cholesterol sulphate
chondroitin sulfate
chondroid syringoma
chondrosarcoma
chronic schizophrenia
cigarette smoke
citrate synthase
climacteric syndrome
Clinical Specialist (Medspeak-UK)
clinical stage
clinical status
Clinical Supervisor, see there (Medspeak-UK)
Cockayne syndrome
coeliac sprue
cold storage
complete stroke
compression syndrome
compressive strength
conditioned stimulus
congenital syphilis
conjunctival secretion
connecting segment
conscious sedation
conservative surgery
contact sensitivity
contrast sensitivity
control serum
control subjects
conventional smear
coronary sinus
corpus striatum
craniosynostosis
crush syndrome
current smoker
current strength
Cushing syndrome
cutaneous sensitivity
cyclosporine
cytoreductive surgery
cytoskeletal

CS

NATO code for a riot-control agent, o-chlorobenzylidene malononitrile, which is more effective than its predecessor, CN, and is used widely by military forces and in law-enforcement agencies.

Cs

Symbol for cesium

CS

An irritant crystalline solid dispersed from a pressurized cannister for purposes of police control of violent persons. CS is o-chlorobenzylidene malononitrile dissolved in methylisobutylketone in a strength of 1 per cent (USA) or 5 per cent (UK). It causes intense burning discomfort in the eyes and on the skin, profuse watering of the eyes and nose, barely controllable spasm of the eyelids, coughing, retching and a sense of constriction in the chest. The effects may last for as long as 24 hours. Corneal damage has been claimed but it is not clear whether this is due to the active ingredient or the vehicle.

Cs

Symbol for cesium.

Cs

chemical symbol, cesium.