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combination of words or phonetically close words.
To the right of each term is listed the topical area of the
term, which calls the explanatory article for this term. If one
term is used in several areas (e.g. Absorption as in the areas
of Diagnostic Radiology or Ultrasound), then the user has to
select the appropriate hyperlinked button.
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where this word is used. This action uses an advanced search
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