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This is a glossary of terms related to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) compensation and pension examinations (C&P exams) for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental disorders.
glossary, n. - a collection of textual glosses or of specialized terms with their meanings.
It's not a gas like the hip Beatnik glossary (below), but then who could ever be as groovy?
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