diabetes

a metabolic disorder characterised by excessive thirst and production of large amounts of urine.

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    inflammation of the skin caused or elicited by exposure to sunlight.

    used to protect against dental caries, applied as a 2% solution on the teeth

    one of the primary divisions of a nerve or blood vessel.

    a mechanism that prevents  the passage of substances from the blood to brain.

    an enlargement or knot on a nerve etc. containing an assemblage of nerve cells.

    a thick yellowish or greenish liquid produced from infected tissue.

    a remnant stalk of the embryo connecting the urinary bladder to the umbilicus.

    manner of walking

    congenital absence of the heart; a condition occurring in one member of monozygotic twins or in one member of conjoined twins when one of the pair partner monopolises the placental blood supply; can also occur in triplet pregnancies

    paralysis of corresponding body parts on both sides of the body.

    a metallic element; Insoluble salts of barium are often used in X-ray studies

    infestation of the skin by the louse

    a small hole or opening

    a tubular structure giving exit to the secretion of a gland or organ.

    any substance, such as liquid nitrogen or carbon dioxide snow, or a low temperature instrument, the application of which causes destruction of tissue by freezing.