What is the meaning of chem medical abbreviation?

What does the chem medical term stand for?

Sometime, there may be more than one meaning of chem abbreviation. However, what does the chem medical term mean?

What is chem medical abbreviation?

In science & medicine, the medical term chem means chemical, chemistry.

chem: chemical, chemistry

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