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AcronymDefinition
CxCustomer
CxCulture (e.g., bacterial)
CxCustomer Experience
CXChristmas Island
CXContext (Novell Netware)
CXCancel
CXCross Reference
CXConstellation
CXCircumflex (artery)
CXCommissioning
CXChristmas Islands (ISO country code)
CXConnexin
CXCommodity Exchange (New York, NY)
CXCount Register (assembler)
CXPhosgene Oxime
CXCross Examination Debate
CXControl Transmitter
CXConfiguration Index
CXChron X (game)
CXComposite Signaling
CXConsumer Exchange
CXRural Exchange
CXCriticality Experiment
CXColor Exterior Film (NASA)
CXColumn Extractant
CXCummings Exclusively (Mi6 Intelligence Report)
CXCylinder in Diopters, Axis in Degrees (ophthalmology)
CXActual / on scene (as in WxCx)
CXCategorical Exclusion
CXCervix
CXCharacter Transmission
CXChief Executive
CXChange Context
CXCathay Pacific Airways
CXCenter of Expertise (Army Corps of Engineers)
CXCervical
CXChallenge X (hybrid vehicle development project)
CXCheck Cancellation (stop payment)
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The role of MRI in the clearance of the cervical spine in the obtunded blunt trauma patient.
According to the World Health Organization, cervical cancer is ranked as one of the most frequent cancers in women.
6 billion women aged 15 years and older who are at risk of developing cervical cancer worldwide.
The death of TV personality Jade Goody seven years ago at age 27 has raised significant awareness of cervical cancer.
Development of next generation devices with radiolucent materials would createopportunities for the global cervical total disc replacement market.
Notably, women newly diagnosed with IBD had a "markedly elevated" odds of having been diagnosed with cervical neoplasia up to 10 years beforehand, the investigators reported.
Cervical cancer forms in tissues of the cervix (the organ connecting the uterus and vagina).
Toni-Ann Lindsay, head of lingerie buying for Sainsbury's said: "We are delighted to be supporting Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust and help raise awareness about the importance of cervical screening.
Ultrasound anatomy of the cervical paravertebral space: a preliminary study.
Not going for cervical screening is one of the biggest risk factors for developing cervical cancer.
Any woman who has been treated for CIN2, CIN3, or cervical cancer should be screened annually for at least 20 years after treatment, as recurrent disease is possible.
Potential problems arise when a player in this position collides with another player (termed spearing): The head stops, the trunk continues to move, and the cervical spine is crushed between the two.