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intertheater patient movement 'intertheater patient movement' is an military term meaning '(DOD) Moving patients between, into, and out of the different theaters of the geographic combatant commands and into the continental United States or another supporting theater. See also en route care; evacuation; intratheater patient movement; patient'.
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