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AEROPHAGIC CONDITION OF GULPING AIR, FILLING THE STOMACH WITH AIR
ANALGESIA WITHOUT PAIN
ANOMALY AN IRREGULAR FINDING
ARTHRODESIS FUSION OF A JOINT
ABBREVIATE VERY SHORT, SHORTENED
CELIOTOMY INCISION INTO THE ABDOMEN
CHOLESTASIS STOPPAGE OF THE BILE FLOW
CHROMATOPHILIC LIKES COLOR (TAKES UP STAIN WELL, I.E. CELLS
CRANIOTOMY A CUT INTO THE CRANIUM
CRYOSURGERY SURGERY PERFORMED BY FREEZING (WITH LIQUID NITROGEN)
TONSILLARCRYPT POCKET OF SKIN WHERE THE TONSILS SIT
CYANOBACTERIA PHOTOSYNTHESIZING BACTERIA ESP. IN WATER
ACYCLIC WITHOUT A CYCLE
CYSTOTOMY BLADDER
CYTOLOGY THE STUDY OF CELLS
DACRYOSYRINX LACRIMAL DUCT
POLYDACTYLY LACRIMAL DUCT
DENTAL PERTAINING TO THE TEETH
DERMATOPHYTOSIS CONDITION OF SKIN FUNGUS
DESMITIS INFLAMMATION OF A LIGAMENT
DEXTROVERSION RIGHT
DIPLOID RESEMBLING A DOUBLE OR TWO OF THE SAME
DORSAL PERTAINING TOWARD THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN
DUODENOSCOPY OBSERVING THE DUODENUM
ELECTROCAUTERY BURNING BY ELECTRICITY (OR COAGULATING)
ENCEPHALITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE BRAIN
Created by: JODY84