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hesi test

Compensatory offsetting or making up for something
concave rounded inward
consistency degree of viscosity or how thick or thin a fluid is
contingent dependent
contour shape or outline of a shape
endogenous produced within the body
exogenous produced outside the body
flushed ruddy or reddened
hematologic of or relating to blood
insidious so gradual as to not become apparent for a long time
labile changing rapidly and oftec
latent present but not active or visible
occluded closed or obstructed
ominous significantly important and dangerous
paroxysmal beginning suddenly or abruptly, convulsive
patent open
pathogenic causing or able to cause disease
pathology processes, causes and effects of a disease: abnormality
precipitous rapid, uncontrolled
renal of or relating to the kidney
sublingual under the tongue
syndrome a group of symptoms that when occurring together, reflect a specific disease of disorder
transdermal crossing through the skin
Created by: djbroder