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centimeter

 (cm) [sen´tĭ-me″ter]
one hundredth (10−2) of a meter.
cubic centimeter (cm3) (cc) a unit of capacity, being that of a cube each side of which measures 1 cm; equal to 1 mL.

CC

Abbreviation for chemokines.

cc

, c.c. Although the SI unit of volume is the cubic meter and, by extension, the cubic centimeter (1 cm3 = 0.000 001 m3), the liter and its submultiples are preferred to the cubic meter and its submultiples for the expression of volumes and substance or mass concentrations in clinical chemistry. for practical purposes, 1 cm3 = 1 mL. The JCAHO directs that this abbreviation not be used because, when handwritten, it can easily be mistaken for U, units, or the numeral 4.

cc

cubic centimeter.

cc

abbreviation for cubic centimeter.

CC

1 abbreviation for chief complaint.
2 abbreviation for Commission Certified.
3 abbreviation for closing capacity.

CC

Abbreviation for:
calcaneo-cuboidal
calcium carbonate
calcium citrate
carboplatin, cyclophosphamide
cardiac catheterisation
cardiac cycle
Carney complex
cell culture
cerebral cortex
Charity Commission (Medspeak-UK)
cervical cancer
cervical collar
chest circumference
chest compression
chief cells
chief complaint (Medspeak-UK)
Children’s Council
cholangiocarcinoma
choledochal cyst
chondrocalcinosis
choriocarcinoma
chronic constipation
chronic cough
cingulate cortex
City Council (Medspeak-UK)
classical conditioning
clean catch
clinical center
clinical course
clinical criteria
clinical cure
clomiphen citrate
closed comedon
Cochrane Collaboration
coefficient of correlation
collagenous colitis
colonic cancer
colony count
columnar cells
column chromatography
common carotid
common cold
community care (Medspeak-UK)
complicating condition
condensed chromatin
congenital chylothorax
congestive cardiomyopathy
consumption coagulopathy
conventional care
conventional chemotherapy
coronary care
corpus callosum
costal cartilage
Coulter Counter
county council (Medspeak-UK)
cord compression
courtesy call
cranio-caudal
creatinine clearance
critical care
cryptogenic cirrhosis
current complaint
Current Contents
cytochrome C

CC

Complications, see there.

cc

 Cubic centimeter(s)

CC

Abbreviation for chief complaint.

cc

Abbreviation for cubic centimeter.

chief complaint

; CC primary subjective symptom reported by the patient

CC

medical record abbreviation for chief complaint.

cc

cubic centimeter.
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