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Ca

 
chemical symbol, calcium; cathode (cathodal); cancer.

CA


Ca

1. Abbreviation for cathode.
2. Symbol for calcium.

CA

cardiac arrest; coronary artery.

Ca

calcium.

Ca

symbol for the element calcium.

CA

Abbreviation for:
caffeic acid
California
Canada
cancer
carbonic anhydrase
carcinoma
cardiac arrest
cat allergen
catecholamine
cathode
coeliac axis
cephalic artery
cerebral aqueduct
cerebrovascular amyloid
Certified Acupuncturist
Certificate Authority
challenging arthritis (Medspeak-UK)
Chemical Abstracts
chloramphetamine
cholic acid
choline-adrenalin
chromic acid
chronologic age
Citizen Act
coagulation
coarctation of the aorta
Cocaine Anonymous
cold acclimated
cold agglutination
coeliac axis
colloid antigen
common antigen
Competent Authority (Medspeak-UK)
competition advocate
computer-assisted
condyloma acuminatum
conjoint analysis (Medspeak-UK)
contact area  (orthopaedics)
Controls Assurance (Medspeak-UK)
cooperative agreement
coracoacromial
coronary artery
cornu ammonis (Ammon’s horn)
corpora amylacea
corrective action
cortisone acetate
council accepted
Countryside Agency (Medspeak-UK)
courtship analysis
cytarabine (usually, ara-C)
cytosine arabinoside

CA

1. Cancer.
2. Celiac axis.
3. Chronologic age.
4. Coarctation of the aorta.
5. Cold agglutination.
6. Common antigen.
7. Computer-assisted.
8. Condyloma acuminatum, see there.
9. National Cancer Institute.

CA

Abbreviation for cancer;
carcinoma;
cardiac arrest;
cytosine arabinoside;
chronologic age.

Ca

Abbreviation for calcium;
cancer;
carcinoma.

cancer

; Ca any of various types of malignancy, or neoplasm showing signs of malignancy (i.e. local tissue invasion, metastasis formation and recurrence after apparent cure)

chronic alcoholism

; CA habitual ingestion of toxic amounts of alcohol, characterized by neurological (central and peripheral nervous system) and hepatic dysfunction, painful distal sensory neuropathies and Dupuytren's contracture; subjects may not be suitable for local anaesthesia due to reduced liver function and possible compliance problems with postoperative care

CA

Abbreviation for chronologic age; cancer; carcinoma; cardiac arrest; calcium.

CA

cardiac arrest.

Ca

chemical symbol, calcium; cathode (cathodal); cancer.

Patient discussion about CA

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Q. what is staph hominis subspec hominis? my grandmother has it and she also has breast ca diabetes is it contagi contagious and what causes it

A. 2. Staphylococcus hominis is a bacterium. That lives harmlessly on humans (like many other bacteria) and trouble begins when someone get immuno compromised. your grandmother probably having harsh chemotherapy and radiations. Her immune system is week and cannot defend the body from infections. Unluckily the Staph hominis somehow penetrated and caused an infection.

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Although the CAES was not useful during this phase of construction, the system's advantages allowed 2d Platoon to finish its portion of the project a week ahead of schedule.
The CAES dramatically reduced the amount of time it took to locate the culverts.
The CAES made it possible to finish construction five days ahead of schedule.
With no CAES assets on site, and a constantly evolving design concept, the platoon had to construct the road using the tedious staking method.
When completed, the facility will be the third CAES plant operating in the world, and the first on the West Coast.
The CAES system, meanwhile, would use solar power to create pressurized air that could be used later to drive a turbine, creating electric power on demand.
Like batteries and the CAES system, such programs could help utilities manage the intermittent nature of solar energy.
Burns & McDonnell, a Kansas City-based engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting firm, will build the CAES system and commission the development of the battery storage system.