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Convulsion Severe involuntary contraction of muscles
Degeneration deterioration of an organ or part
Hereditary present at time of fertilization
Wound an interruption in the continuity or the skin
Allergy hypersensitive reaction to an antigen/allergen causing reaction
Allergen irritating substance causing hypersensitivity
Gauze used for protection and to hold dressing in place
Asthma spasms of the bronchial tube walls
Rickets vitamin D deficiency
Congenital present at birth born with it
EMS emergency medical service
Deficiency lack of
Thrombosis formed blood clot within the circulatory system
Biopsy removal of a small piece of tissue
Pap smear a microscopic examination of cells from the cervix
Leukocytes white blood cells
Acute sudden onset
Chronic developing slowly, lasting a long time
Hematoma visible swelling on a blood clot
Neoplasm new growth of cells
Pernicious anemia vitamin B12 deficiency
Stockinette lightweight protective cotton material placed on a limb before a cast is applied
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