Five of the 70 abbreviations that have been added this week ending April 9th
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variant(s) of concern
supervised exercise therapy
new-onset atrial fibrillation
Jinhua Qinggan (a traditional Chinese medicine)
celiac artery compression syndrome (also known as median arcuate ligament syndrome [MALS] and Dunbar syndrome)
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