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what does the hormone cortisol regulate aldosterone
which gland is the master gland pituitary gland
where is bile produced liver
where is bile stored gallbladder
where are sperm produced testes
what are the three layers of the skin epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous
what part of the brain controls judgment and memory cerebrum
what is the name of the space between two nerves synapse
what blood type is the universal donor O
what blood type is the universal recipient AB
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where are the cervical lymph nodes neck
where are the mediastinal lymph nodes chest
where are the inguinal lymph nodes groin
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what are capillaries where gas exchange occurs
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what is the cornea refracts light into eyes
what is diarrhea semi solid or liquid fecal matter
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what is the femur largest, longest bone located in the thigh
what is gastro- stomach
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what is ophthalmology study of the eye
what is oliguria scanty urination
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what is -penia abnormal decrease or too few
what is the pharynx the throat
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what is pulse expansion and contraction of the artery wall
what is the trachea windpipe
what is a tracheostomy surgical opening in the trachea
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what is the outer layer of the kidney called renal cortex
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an xray of the bladder cystogram
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