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gemA popular term for a structure found in nucleoplasm that is highly enriched in spliceosomal snRNPs.
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gemMalpractice A popular term for a latent problem in Pt management that stems from poor communication, faulty documentation, and other factors, including human factors, such as Pt noncompliance, which sets the stage for events leading to suboptimal care or medical errors. See Malpractice.
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geriatric evaluation and management unit, geriatric evaluation unit,
An inpatient unit or program devoted to the assessment of the needs of the older patient.
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GEMacronym for genetically engineered MICROORGANISM.
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