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The inside of the a hollow organ (e.g., the somach, intestines, bladder, etc.) or a tube (e.g., blood vessels, ureters, etc.)
a malignant tumor;
in which the cells begin dividing at an uncontrolled rate and become invasive
death of tissue caused by loss of blood supply followed by bacteria invasion
sore place appearing on the skin;
inside or outside the body; Ex. stomach ulcer; ADJ. ulcerous; V. ulcerate
a painful nodule formed in the skin by inflammation originating in a hair follicle; caused by staphylococcosis
an infection larger than a boil and with several openings for discharge of pus
Viral Skin infection;
inflammatory skin disease caused by herpes virus characterized by small blisters in clusters
caused by the same virus as chicken pox;
viral infection of sensory neurons serving the skin; scaly, painful blisters
not harmful; a description of a tumor that is not able to spread from one area to another
removal of dead tissue;
from a wound or burn site to promote healing and prevent infection
disease caused by progressive destruction;
of cells due to disease or the aging process.
a pull to the arm or leg muscles to bring a bone back into place when it is dislocated or fractured
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