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cerium

 (Ce) [sēr´e-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 58, atomic weight 140.12. (See Appendix 6.)

Ce

Symbol for cerium.

CE

Abbreviation for:
Caenorhabditis elegans
California encephalitis
capillary electrophoresis
capillary endothelium
cardiac enzymes
capsule endoscopy
carbohydrate-electrolyte
carboplatin, etoposide
carboxylation efficiency
cardiac enlargement
cardiac event
cardioembolic
cardiovascular events
carotid endarterectomy
Carpentier-Edwards
carrier envelope
catamenial epilepsy
cataract extraction
catechol oestrogens
cathepsin E
cauda equina
cell extract
central episiotomy
central executive
cerebellum
cerebral edema
cervical examination
chemoembolisation
chest expansion
chick embryo
chief executive (Medspeak-UK)
chloracetate esterase
chloroform ether
cholera enterotoxin
cholesterol ester
cholesterol embolism
ciliary epithelium
clinical epidemiology
clinical examination
clonal efficiency
cloning efficiency
coefficient of error
cold exposure
collision energy
columnar epithelium
conjugated estrogens
constant error
constant estrus
converting enzyme
copulatory efficiency
coronary event
crude extract
cumulative exposure
cytopathic effect
cytoplasmic extract

Ce

Symbol for cerium

Ce

Symbol for cerium.
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