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KSS SM 2 Vocab 7

SM 2 Vocab 7

Electrolyte solution that is a conductor of electricity
Embolus a mass of undissolved matter occluding a blood vessel
Emesis Vomiting
Emetic agent that induces vomiting
Enzyme an organic catalyst that can cause chemical changes in other substances without beingchanged itself
Epilepsy a chronic disorder characterized by sudden attacks of brain dysfunction, including altered consciousness
Epiphysis cartilaginous growth region of a bone
Epistaxis nosebleed
Erthema swelling and red discoloration of the skin
Etiology science dealing with causes of injury or disease
Exostosis bony out growths that protrude from the surface of a bone where there is not a typical bony formation
Exudate discharge matter such as fluid that accumulates in an area; production of pus or serum
Fascia fibrous membrane that covers, supports, and separate muscles
Fasciitis inflammation of the fascia
Febrile feverish
Created by: SK Ath Med