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Medical Dictionary Definitions A - Z - «C»:

  1. CB2 CB2
    CB2: See: Cannabinoid receptor 2....
  2. CB2 receptor CB2 receptor
    CB2 receptor: See: Cannabinoid receptor 2....
  3. CBC CBC
    CBC: A commonly used abbreviation in medicine that stands for complete blood count, a set values of the cellular (formed elements) of blood. These measurements are generally determined by specially designed machines that analyze the different components of blood in less than a minute. The values...
  4. CBER CBER
    CBER: Center for Biologics Evaluation & Research: Part of the FDA (the US Food & Drug Administration)....
  5. CBT CBT
    CBT: Cognitive behavior therapy. See: Cognitive therapy....
  6. CC chemokine receptor 5 CC chemokine receptor 5
    CC chemokine receptor 5: See: CCR5....
  7. CCCR5 CCCR5
    CCCR5: See: CCR5....
  8. CCD (Central core disease of muscle) CCD (Central core disease of muscle)
    CCD (Central core disease of muscle): One of the conditions that produces 'floppy baby' syndrome. CCD causes hypotonia (floppiness) in the newborn baby, slowly progressive muscle weakness, and muscle cramps after exercise. Muscle biopsy shows a key diagnostic finding (absent mitochondria in the cen...
  9. CCD (cleidocranial dysostosis) CCD (cleidocranial dysostosis)
    CCD (cleidocranial dysostosis): A genetic (inherited) disorder of bone development characterized by: Absent or incompletely formed collar bones (the "cleido-" part refers to the clavicles, the collar bones) The child with this disorder can bring its shoulders together or nearly so. Typical crania...
  10. CCHF CCHF
    CCHF: Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever....
  11. CCK CCK
    CCK: Cholecystokinin....
  12. CCL5 CCL5
    CCL5: See: RANTES....
  13. CCP CCP
    CCP: Cyclic citrullinated peptide....
  14. CCR5 CCR5
    CCR5: A chemokine receptor found on monocytes and lymphocytes that serves as the coreceptor for HIV. HIV strains that use this coreceptor are referred to as R5 viruses. Polymorphisms in the coding and non-coding regions of the CCR5 gene influence the natural history of HIV infection. CCR5 (or CCCR5)...
  15. CD10 CD10
    CD10: A cell surface enzyme with neutral metalloendopeptidase activity. CD10 is also known as CALLA (common acute lymphocytic leukemia antigen). It serves as a marker for the common form of ALL (acute lymphocytic leukemia) as well as for Burkitt lymphoma and follicular germinal center lymphoma. CD10...