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UTFUrban Task ForceRate it:
UTGMost of the hits are pre-Modernising Medical Careers (2007). UTG may be equivalent to the current run-through training schemesRate it:
UTGUnified Training GradeRate it:
UVultra violetorRate it:
UVUltra ViresRate it:
VAvalproic acidRate it:
VAvanillic acidRate it:
VAvariant anginaRate it:
VAvascular accessRate it:
VAvasodilating agentRate it:
VAvasospastic anginaRate it:
VAventricular aneurysmRate it:
VAventricular arrhythmiaRate it:
VAVeteran’s AdministrationRate it:
VAvoluntary actionRate it:
VAvoluntary aidedRate it:
VAVote AccountRate it:
VADVentricular Assist DeviceRate it:
VAERSVaccine Adverse Events Reporting SystemRate it:
VAMVoluntary Action Manchester - gives advice, support and information for voluntary and community groups in ManchesterRate it:
VAMPA GP information system supplier groupRate it:
VAMPNote This term and appears in White’s NHS Jargon Explained. With 28 (!) hits (18.10.2011), it does not appear to be in active use, and might be best regarded as “retired”Rate it:
VBvacuum biopsyRate it:
VBvenous bloodRate it:
VBvertebral bodyRate it:

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