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Default Can we use abbreviation in Diagnosis

Can we use abbreviation for the name of disease in Diagnosis 1#, 2#,3# when we write patient notes in CS? e.g.

TB: tuberculosis
MI: myocardia ischemia
DM: diabetes
PCOS: polycystic ovary syndrome
PID: pelvic inflammatory disease

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