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CM

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Chirur´giae Magis´ter (Master of Surgery).
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

Cm

Symbol for curium.

cM

Abbreviation for centimorgan.

cm

Abbreviation for centimeter; cm2 for square centimeter; cm3 for cubic centimeter.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

CM

Abbreviation for:
calmodulin
carboxymetylated
cardiac murmur
cardiac muscle
cardiac myocyte
cardiac myxoma
cardiomegaly
cardiomyopathy
care management
carpometacarpal
case management
cavernous malformation
cell membrane
centimetre
centimorgan
cerebral metastases
Certified Midwife
cervical mucus
cervical myelopathy
charge master
Chinese medicine
chronic meningitis
chronic migraine
chylomicron
cisterna magna
clinical management
clinical medicine
clinical modification
combined modality
common migraine
community midwife (Medspeak-UK)
complementary medicine
conditioned media
confocal microscopy
congenital malformation
congenital myopathy
continuous murmur
contrast medium
control medium
conventional medicine
copulatory mechanism
corrective measure
costal margin
cow’s milk
cryptococcal meningitis
culture medium
cytoplasmic membrane
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.

Cm

Symbol for curium

cM

Abbreviation for centimorgan.

cm

Abbreviation for centimeter.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

CM

Abbrev. for Master of Surgery.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005

Patient discussion about CM

Q. what is the required weight for 173 cm male?

A. here is a link to a Wikipedia that comes handy, it's about the BMI (body mass index) system:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Body_mass_index

Q. My elder sister is 29 years old, 150 cm tall, into her ninth month of pregnancy. she had a sugar test My elder sister is 29 years old, 150 cm tall, into her ninth month of pregnancy. she had a sugar test done during her first trimester, which revealed her blood sugar to be 95 mg/dl. My doctor asked her to go for a 75 g GTT at 6 months and the readings were: fasting sugar - 90 mg/dl, 1hour: 144 mg/dl and 2 hour: 114 mg/dl. At the beginning of pregnancy, her weight was 62 Kg and now she weigh 72Kg. A random sugar test at 32 weeks reported blood sugar to be 105 mg/dl. she continued with her normal food cravings, which were a little high on sugar levels since she mostly enjoyed eating sweets. She wants to know whether or not she suffering from gestational diabetes?

A. Gestational diabetes is also diagnosed based on plasma glucose values measured during the OGTT. Blood glucose levels are checked four times during the test. If your blood glucose levels are above normal at least twice during the test, you have gestational diabetes. Below shows the results for the OGTT for gestational diabetes.

Fasting: 95 mg/dL or higher
At 1 hour: 180 mg/dL or higher
At 2 hours: 155 mg/dL or higher
At 3 hours: 140 mg/dL or higher

So your sister does not have Gestational diabetes.

If you want to know details about gestational diabetes, Visit:
http://healthy-ojas.com/html/diabetes_mellitus.html

Q. Hi all. I was diagnosed with DCIS in April. Had a lumpectomy about 3 cm and it was removed. Am I cured fully? Hi all. I was diagnosed with DCIS in April. Had a lumpectomy about 3 cm and it was removed. I then had 28 radiation and 4 boosters. I went to the cancer center for my checkup and the doctor said nothing to worry. They didn’t advice me further follow up and I am normal for the past 6 months and not even taking tamoxifen. I am quite normal like others. Am I cured fully?

A. Hey nothing to worry!! Early diagnosis is half cured. The same thing applies to your case. With early diagnosis and treatment, the doctors should have removed the cancer parts with the surgery. Based on the report they have given you radiation and other meds. If you be estrogen +ve then they would have given you it as a preventive. By the way if you have any doubts better approach your doctor and have your checkup done as a precautionary measure.

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