relating to the study or practice of medicine
The study of past events
v. To accomplish.
an unexpected event that results in damage or harm.
the accomplishment of an aim or purpose
transfer from one place to another
Organ that pumps blood throughout the body
v. to do work or a job; to cut into the body for medical reasons
happening or done without delay
a serious physical or emotional shock or injury
something that interests you because it is important
to throw something out because it's defective and can't be used again
to pass on a sickness to a living thing
can be done
a chance that something may happen or be true
to stay away from
method of protecting oneself
substances other than food that change the structure or function of the body or mind
a measure taken in advance to prevent harm
Make something bigger (in size or quantity).
to come into sight
v. To remove or destroy the poison of infectious or contagious diseases.
to lose strength
organs that make breathing possible
quickly and unexpectedly
people who work for an organization or business
to give careful thought
1)To lead the way.
2) to put down concrete, asphalt to make a road
anything necessary before the performance of something else
The first to do something
very large or important
something that can be proven
A personal view, attitude, or appraisal.
high-priced or costly
something that is slippery is difficult to hold or walk on because it is wet
something made long ago
fate or destiny, especially adverse fate; unavoidable ill fortune
all the people that live in a place
uncontrollable fear or emotion
easily broken, damaged or destroyed
A person harmed injured or killed as a result of a crime accident or other event or action
the ability to see
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