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ABS

Abbreviation for:
abdominal muscles
abdominal surgery
able-bodied subjects
absent
absorption
acid-base status
acute bacterial sinusitis
acute-brain syndrome
Adaptive Behaviour Scale (Medspeak-UK)
admitting blood sugar
Adult Basic Skills (Medspeak-UK)
ageing-brain syndrome
amniotic-band sequence
amniotic-band syndrome
arterial blood sampling
at bed side
autonomous biological system

abs

Abbreviation for absolute.

abs

A colloquial term for the rectus abdominis muscles.
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