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CAM

CAM

complementary and alternative medicine.

CAM

CAM

Abbreviation for:
cell adhesion molecule
chorioallantoic membrane
chorioamnionitis
complementary and alternative medicine (Medspeak-UK)
computer-assisted myelography
computerised anatomical man
congenital adenomatoid malformation
contralateral axillary metastasis
cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, methotrexate
cystic adenomatoid malformation

CAM

Abbreviation for cell adhesion molecule;
complementary and alternative medicine.

CAM

A brand name for EPHEDRINE in the form of an elixir.

CAM

see CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM.

CAM,

n.pr See medicine, complementary; medicine, alternative and medicine, complementary and alternative.

CAM

Abbreviation for complementary and alternative medicine.

CAM

1. complementary and alternative medicine.
2. cell-adhesion molecule.
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