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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.

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