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(1907), a “comedy of to‐day” by Augustin Daly. [Daly's Theatre, 49 perf.] Portrait of a Lady, picture #728 at the annual Academy exhibition, so lovingly depicts a beautiful woman ...

UK Reference Nutrient Intakes, 1991

UK Reference Nutrient Intakes, 1991  

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agevit B1vit B2niacinvit B6vit B12folatevit Cvit Avit ...
Estimated average requirements for energy

Estimated average requirements for energy  

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agemalesfemaleskcalMJkcalMJ0–3m5452.285152.164–6m6902.896452.697–9m8253.447653.2010–12m9203.858653.611–3y12305.1511654.864–6y17157.1615456.467–10y19708.2417407.2811–14y22209.2718457.9215–18y275511.512...
US/Canadian Recommended Dietary Allowances and Acceptable Intakes, 1997–2001

US/Canadian Recommended Dietary Allowances and Acceptable Intakes, 1997–2001  

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agevit Avit Dvit Evit Kvit B1vit B2niacinvit B6folatevit B12vit ...
EU Population Reference Intakes of nutrients, 1993

EU Population Reference Intakes of nutrients, 1993  

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ageproteinvit Avit B1vit B2niacinvit B6folatevit B12vit ...
Kleine-Levin syndrome

Kleine-Levin syndrome  

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A rare episodic disorder characterized by periods (usually of a few days or weeks) in which sufferers eat enormously, sleep for most of the day and night, and may become more dependent or aggressive ...
CIWA-Ar

CIWA-Ar  

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(Clinical Institute Withdrawal Assessment for Alcohol, revised scale)a scale consisting of a series of symptoms rated from 0 (not present) to 7 (most extreme), the cumulative score of which provides ...
elixir

elixir  

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n. a preparation containing alcohol (ethanol) or glycerine, which is used as the vehicle for bitter or nauseous drugs.
spastic paraplegias

spastic paraplegias  

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A large group of neurodegenerative disorders characterized by lower-extremity spasticity and weakness; inheritance is most commonly autosomal dominant, but X-linked and autosomal recessive forms also ...
orcein

orcein  

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A purple dye originally extracted from lichens, used as a histological stain for elastic fibres and for ground-glass cells.
p44

p44  

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1. A MAP kinase, also called erk1.2. The 44-kDa major outer membrane proteins (P44s) of Anaplasma phagocytophilum.3. A splice variant of arrestin, p44.4. Interferon-induced hepatitis C-associated ...
oligospermia

oligospermia  

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n. a reduced number of spermatozoa in the semen (see seminal analysis). In oligospermia there are less than 20 million spermatozoa per ml with poor motility (asthenospermia) and often including many ...
Acetobacter

Acetobacter  

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(family Acetobacteraceae)A genus of Gram-negative, aerobic bacteria. Cells are ovoid or rod-shaped, motile or non-motile. Most strains can oxidize ethanol (ethyl alcohol) to carbon dioxide, forming ...
Chediak-Higashi syndrome

Chediak-Higashi syndrome  

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A rare fatal hereditary (autosomal recessive) condition causing enlargement of the liver and spleen, albinism, and abnormalities of the eye. It is thought to be due to a disorder of glycolipid ...
amino group

amino group  

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A chemical group (–NH2) which with the addition of a proton can form –NH3 +.
bisoprolol

bisoprolol  

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n. a cardioselective beta blocker used to treat angina pectoris, hypertension, and heart failure. It is administered by mouth. Possible side-effects include breathing difficulty, fatigue, cold ...
abortus

abortus  

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A dead fetus born prematurely, whether the abortion was artificially induced or spontaneous. Over 20% of human spontaneous abortions show chromosomal abnormalities. See Chronology, 1965, Carr.
dolor

dolor  

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n. pain: one of the classical signs of inflammation in a tissue, the other three being calor (heat), rubor (redness), and tumor (swelling). The pain in inflammation is thought to be due to the ...
artifact

artifact  

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(in radiography)An artificial blemish appearing on an image suggesting a defective technique or image receptor as opposed to the true appearance of the patient: an artifact indicates something that ...
dialyser

dialyser  

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(dy-ă-ly-zer)a piece of apparatus for separating components of a liquid mixture by dialysis, used especially in haemodialysis.
rubor

rubor  

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n. redness: one of the classical signs of inflammation in a tissue, the other three being calor (heat), dolor (pain) and tumor (swelling). The redness of inflamed tissue is due to the increase in ...

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