CES

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CES

Abbreviation for:
carbohydrate-electrolyte solution
cat eye syndrome
cauda equina syndrome
Center for Epidemiological Study
central excitatory state
Charities Evaluation Services (Medspeak-UK)
cholesterol embolisation syndrome
Chronic Ear Survey
chronic electrophysiological study
Compulsive Eating Scale
congenital oesophageal stenosis
congenital esophageal stenosis
cranial electrotherapy stimulation

CES

Cranial electrotherapy stimulation, see there.

central excitatory state

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CES

A condition of increased excitability in the central nervous system, esp. in the spinal cord, following an excitatory stimulus.
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