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AIT

Abbreviation for:
adoptive immunotherapy
after-image transfer
anterior inferotemporal
antibody-incompatible transplantation (Medspeak-UK)
auditory integrated training
autoimmune thrombocytopaenia
autoimmune thyroiditis

AIT

Abbreviation for auditory integration training.
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