CG in British medicine Meaning

The CG meaning in British medicine terms is "Complicated Grief". There are 33 related meanings of the CG British medicine abbreviation.

CG on British medicine Full Forms

  1. Complicated Grief
  2. Caregiver
  3. Cytogenetics The study of chromosomes, which are the visible carriers of the hereditary material. Cytogenetics is a fusion science, joining cytology with genetics.
  4. Caldicott Guardian
  5. Complementation Group
  6. Ciliary Ganglion
  7. Cheilitis Granulomatosa Cheilitis granulomatosa (CG) is a cosmetically disturbing and persistent idiopathic lip swelling. It is one manifestation of orofacial granulomatosis (OFG), which is a clinical entity describing facial and oral swelling in the setting of non-caseating granulomatous inflammation and in the absence of systemic disease such as Crohn’s disease and sarcoidosis.
  8. Cheilitis Glandularis Cheilitis glandularis is a rare inflammatory disorder of the lip. It is mainly characterized by swelling of the lip with hyperplasia of the salivary glands; secretion of a clear, thick mucus; and variable inflammation.
  9. Chronic Glomerulonephritis
  10. Cerebral Ganglia
  11. Celiac Ganglion
  12. Cardiac Glycoside
  13. colloid goitre
  14. Cingulate Gyrus
  15. Clinical Governance
  16. comparative genomics
  17. Clinical Grade
  18. cryoglobulin
  19. Chorionic Gonadotropin
  20. Chromogranin
  21. chronic gastritis
  22. Cytosine-Guanine
  23. Calcium gluconate
  24. Chromaffin Granules
  25. colloidal gold
  26. Choking Gas
  27. cardiac ganglion
  28. coeliac ganglion
  29. Cholesterol granuloma
  30. Cystitis Glanularis
  31. Collagen Gel
  32. clinical guidelines
  33. Comparison Group

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  1. What does CG stand for British medicine?

    CG stands for Cerebral Ganglia in British medicine terms.

  2. What is the shortened form of comparative genomics in British medicine?

    The short form of "comparative genomics" is CG for British medicine.


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