pus collection around the appendix following an episode of appendicitis

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    within or by way of the intestine or gastrointestinal tract.

    excessive continuous gastric secretion.

    an odourless, tasteless polysaccharide occuring widely in plants and obtained chiefly from cereals and potatoes, forming an important constituent of the human diet.

    a sudden involuntary contraction of one or more muscles;

    isolation imposed on persons that have arrived from elsewhere and are at a risk of spreading an infectious disease.

    the development of a fertilized ovum outside the cavity of the uterus.

    inflammation of the lining of the trachea and bronchi, both parts of the air passages to the lungs.

    painful spasm of the vagina preventing intercourse.

    a family of bacteria that causes swelling of stomach and intestines characterised by pain in stomach

    TPA is a protein that is injected into the vein during specific conditions like heart attack and stroke, which helps to dissolve blood clots.

    a tendency to anticipate the worst.

    a test or experiment, conducted under specific conditions.

    a training technique that enables an individual to gain control over body functions; based on the learning principle.

    partial or complete removal of an organ or diseased tissue.

    conducting fluid or nerve impulse outward from a organ