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IT

Abbreviation for:
idiopathic thrombocytopaenic
iliotibial
immature teratoma
immune tolerance
immunotoxin
induction therapy
inferior temporal
inferior turbinate
inferotemporal
information technology  
insulin therapy
intensive therapy
intention tremor
intermediate trophoblast
intermittent traction
interstitial tissue
intertrochanteric
intradermal test
intrathecal
ischial tuberosity

IT

Abbreviation for intrathecal.

IT

Abbreviation for intrathecal.
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