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Match folowing terms with their meaning

Disease or its symptoms return Relapse
A congenital anomaly in which fingers and toes are webbed Syndactyly
A loss of movement in the muscles Paralysis
Four endocrine glands that are located near another endocrine gland in the neck Parathyroid
Glands that are located above the kidneys Suprarenal
Symptoms that come before the actual illness Prodrome
The technique of transferring genetic material from one organism to another Recombinant DNA
Sliding, sagging downward or foreword Prolapse
A new growth or tumor Neoplasm
Process of using sound waves to create an image of organs and structures in the body Ultrasonography
Group of symptoms that occur together and indicate a particular disorder Syndrome
Symptoms lesson and patient feels better Remission
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