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D and Cnoun [C]

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abbreviation for dilatation and curettage: an operation in which the inside surface of a woman's womb is removed for medical reasons
Translations of “D and C”
in Chinese (Traditional) 子宮擴張刮除術…
in Chinese (Simplified) 子宫扩张刮除术…
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