sequestrum

a piece of dead bone or other tissue detached from the surrounding parts.

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    a swelling or tumour of the blood vessels due to unnatural multiplication of cells.

    a disease causing inflammation of the smaller joints, especially the toes, as a result of excessive uric acid  in the blood.

    inflammation and swelling of the bronchioles.

    a nonencapsulated slow growing mass of poorly cellular, collagenous, fibrous tissue and elastic tissue

    conducting fluid or nerve impulse outward from a organ

    any of a family of genes that normally encode proteins involved in cell growth or regulation.

    any deformity of the foot involving the ankle.

    a disease caused by the deficiency of vitamin C, characterized by swollen, bleeding gums and the opening of previously healed wounds

    An organic acid in which one of the six hydrogen atoms attached to a carbon atom is replaced by an amino group. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein molecules.

    a common species found especially on the nasal mucous membrane and skin

    a keel-shaped structure; the ridge of the breastbone.

    the watery part of the milk remaining after the separation of casein.

    someone with an antisocial personality.

    a breaking out , especially the appearance of lesions on the skin.

    morbid fear of movement.