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KSS SM 2 Vocab 12

SM 2 Vocab 12

Purulent consisting of or forming pus
Pyrexia fever; febrile condition
Quadriplegia paralysis affecting all four limbs
Residual the remaining amount
Rhinitis runny nose (common cold)
Rubor redness of the skin
Scoliosis lateral and/or rotary curvature of the spine
Seizure sudden onset of uncoordinated muscular activities and changes in consciousness lasting an unpredictable time
Symptom subjective evidence of an abnormal situation with the body
Synarthroses immovable joints
Syndrome group of typical symptoms or conditions that characterize a deficiency or disease
Synovial joint diarthrotic of freely moveable joint
Tinnitus ringing in the ears
Thrombus a blood clot that blocks small blood vessel or a cavity of the heart
Uremia Accumulation in the blood of constituents, which should have been eliminated in the urine
Vesicle Blister
Volar Pertaining to the palm or sole
Vertigo loss of balance
Viscosity resistance of flow
Created by: SK Ath Med