aberration

deviation from the normal pattern

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    a blood sugar level above normal (above 180mg/100ml) indicative of diabetes mellitus

    an agent that causes the falling out of hair.

    the tendency of an organ or organ function to remain normal despite changes in  its surrounding for example  the tendency of blood flow to an organ to remain constant despite changes in the pressure in the artery

that carries it

    psychotherapy in which the therapist follows the patient during the interview rather than introducing his own theories and directing the course of the interview.

    inflammation of the skin. ssssssssss

    redness of the face due to exposure to wind.

    a disease marked by painful muscular contractions, caused by a toxin released by the bacteria Clostridium tetani acting upon the central nervous system.

    the space in the interior of a tubular structure, such as a blood vessel or the intestine.

    the part of an organ where the nerves and vessels enter and leave.

    a wound or injury.

    the creation of an opening in the intestine by an operation to permit the expulsion of the intestinal contents.

    hardening of a long bone from the centre.

    incompatibility with life, without life

    a rubber sheath worn on the penis during sexual intercourse as a contraceptive or to prevent infection

    involuntary imitation of movements made by another