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curie

 (Ci) [ku´re]
a unit of radioactivity, defined as the quantity of any radioactive nuclide in which the number of disintegrations per second is 3.700 × 1010.

CI

Abbreviation for color index; Colour Index; confidence interval.

Ci

Abbreviation for curie.

CI

cardiac index; Colour Index.

Ci

curie.

Ci

abbreviation for curie.

CI

1 abbreviation for Colour Index.
2 abbreviation for convergence insufficiency.

CI

Abbreviation for:
caloric intake
cardiac index
cardiac insufficiency
cation independent
cell inhibition
cellular immunity
cephalic index
cerebral infarct
cerebral infarction
cerebral ischaemia
cerebrovascular insufficiency
cervical incompetence
chest infection
chronic infection
chronic inflammation
cimetidine
ciprofloxacin
circulatory insufficiency
clinical impression
clinical improvement
clinical index
clinical indicator (Medspeak-UK)
clinical instructor
clinical investigator
coagulation index
cochlear implant
cognitive impairment
cold ischaemia
conditioned inhibition
confidence interval
continued insomnia
continuous imaging
continuous infusion
continuous irradiation
coronary insufficiency
cortical inhibition
cranial irradiation
creatinine index
crush injury
crystalline insulin
cytoplasmic inclusion
cytotoxicity index

CI

1. Cardiac index, see there.
2. Confidence Interval.

CI

Abbreviation for confidence interval; Colour Index.

Ci

Abbreviation for curie.

CI

Abbrev for CONFIDENCE INTERVAL.

Ci

curie. See becquerel.
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