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    Hello

    Are these two equal in meaning?

    in medical parlance

    in medical jargon

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    Default Re: in medical jargon

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Mckane View Post
    Hello

    Are these two equal in meaning?

    in medical parlance

    in medical jargon

    Thanks.
    Not quite, but effectively in many contexts. 'Medical parlance' is the way a medical professional would talk to another medical professional. It would typically include jargon, but other things as well.

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