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Word List #2 pg 2

supplementary med terms

suppuration the formation of pus
purulent suppurative; suppurating. containing or forming pus
prodromal an early or premonitory symptom of a disease
sequela a morbid condition following as a consequence of a disease
symptom any morbid phenomenon or departure from the normal in function, appearance or sensation, experienced by the patient and indicative of a disease. subjective sgn of a disease
sign any abnormality indicative of a disease discoverable by the physician at his examination of the patient. objective symptom of a disease
vertigo a sensation of irregular or whirling motion either of oneself or of external objects
syncope fainting; a swoon. a sudden fall in blood pressure or of the cadiac systole resultion in cerbral anemia and more or less complete loss of consciousness
pyrexia fever
febrile feverish. pyretic. relating to fever
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