amoebic abscess

a collection of pus in the liver, a complication of intestinal amoebiasis

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    any corneal disease, damage, dysfunction or abnormality.

    a term used for erosion of the skin.

    bent or twisted inward towards the midline of the body.

    exposure to the action of electromagnetic radiation.

    surgically cutting the region from which the biopsy is taken.

    one quarter of a circle.

    It is the inability to retract the foreskin fully. Narrowness of the openings of the prepuce, preventing its being drawn back over the glans.

    capable of being used in combination

    obliteration of bronchioles by scarring following bronchiolitis obliterans.

    the coverings of the brain and spinal cord.

    reducing, becoming less

    one of a group of organic substances, present in minute amounts in natural foodstuffs, that are essential to normal metabolism.

    to move towards the median plane

    an injury caused by heat or fire, or any chemical agent like acid or alkali.

    relating to the abdomen and pelvis