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SB/Word of the Day #01

WordMeaning
keratoderma a generalized thickening of the horny layer of the epidermis.
dacryoblennorrhea chronic discharge of mucus from a lacrimal sac.
xanthoma a yellow nodule or tumor.
fecundation the act of rendering fertile.
opisuria a more rapid excretion of urine that occurs during fasting.
peccant unhealthy; producing disease.
microalbuminuria slight increase in urinary albumin; early marker for renal disease.
kaolinosis pneumonia caused by inhalation of clay dust.
retinoscopy testing for errors of refraction by illuminating the retina.
Wuchereria a bacteria that invades and multiplies in the bloodstream.
pachydermia abnormally thick skin.
abetalipoproteinemia a disease of the blood.
wheal a hive or welt that is caused by an allergic reaction.
cecorrhaphy suture of the cecum.
Created by: SallyBlick