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CG

Abbreviation for chorionic gonadotropin; phosgene.

cg

abbreviation for centigram.

CG

Abbreviation for:
calcium gluconate
Caldicott Guardian, see there (Medspeak-UK)
cardiac ganglion
cardiac glycoside
caregiver
cathepsin G
celiac ganglion
cerebral ganglia
cheilitis glandularis
cheilitis granulomatosa
choking gas
cholesterol granuloma
chorionic gonadotropin
chromaffin granules
chromogranin
chronic gastritis
chronic glomerulonephritis
ciliary ganglion
cingulate gyrus
clinical governance, see there
clinical grade
clinical guidelines
coeliac ganglion
collagen gel
colloid goitre
colloidal gold
comparative genomics
comparison group
complementation group
complicated grief
control group
cryoglobulin
cryoglobulinaemia
cystitis glanularis
cytogenetics
cytosine-guanine

centre of gravity

; CG point within a body through which gravitational force acts; each body segment has an individual CG, but the overall CG of the static human body lies just superior to the navel, with the line of gravitational force directed downwards between the medial malleoli and just anterior to the ankle joint (through talonavicular joint); thus the erect body is stable; CG position changes continuously in relation to body movements; forward body motion is initiated when the CG is projected forward and the line of gravitational force falls beyond the body outline
  • trajectory of CG body CG follows a smooth up/down and side-to-side trajectory during gait (5 cm up/down, 5 cm side/side at normal walking speed [60 strides per minute; 1 m/second] in adults, reflects the magnitude and direction of the ground reaction forces); low point of CG trajectory coincides with double support phase; upper point of CG trajectory coincides with midpoints of single support phases; CG trajectory moves to the right from the midpoint of the single support phase of the left leg to the midpoint of the single support phase of the right leg, and vice versa, maintained by postural reflexes

cg

centigram.
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