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inflammation of muscle tissue, especially of voluntary muscles, caused by infecction, trauma, autoimmune, or parasitic infection
blood loss, usually describes episodes of bleeding lasting more than a few minutes, and may be life threatening
condition of menstrual bleeding that is excessive in number of days, amount of blood lost, or both
mass of undissolved matter present in blood or lymph vessel and that traveled to its present location by that blood or lymph that blocks the vessel
1) resembling a myelocyte, but not necessarily originating from bone marrow, 2) marrow- like medullary
possessing a mucleus which consists of several parts connected to one another by fine strands
presence of an intravascular blood clot, at its sit of formation, it may be life saving when it occurs in response to hemorrhagic event, or it could be life threatening
pertaining to the initial stage of a disease, the interval between the earliest symptoms and the appearance of a rash or fever
transplant in which tissue from one individual isgrafted into that of another genetically non-identical member of the same species
the development of tissue at a location where that type of tissue would not normally occur
pertaining to organisms (such as green plants and bacteria) which are capable of producing their own nutrients from inorganic compounds
abdominal region immediately below the umbilicus, between the right and left inguinal regions
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