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the removal of diseased or unwanted tissue from the body by surgical or other means.
medications, herbal tonics which are credited with stimulative and restorative powers.
a substance, usually a protein, on the surface of a cell or bacterium that stimulates the production of an antibody.
a protein produced by B cells in the body in response to the presence of an antigen, for example, a bacterium or virus. Antibodies are a primary form of immune response in resistance to disease and act by attaching themselves to a foreign antigen and weakening or destroying it.
a score that is given after assessing the condition of a newborn baby in the five areas of heart rate, breathing, skin color, muscle tone, and reflex response. Each area has a maximum of two points.
[Named for the U.S. physician Virginia Apgar (1909Ц1974), who developed it].
the removal of a sample of tissue from a living person for laboratory examination.
any of various organic substances essential in small quantities to the nutrition and normal metabolism of most animals.
the destruction of red blood cells and the release of the hemoglobin they contain.
the general condition of the body or mind, especially in terms of the presence or absence of illnesses, injuries, or impairments.
a bodyТs ability to resist a particular disease, whether existing naturally or as a result of inoculation or previous infection ( acquired immunity ). In active immunity, the body itself produces appropriate antibodies and lymphocytes, while in passive immunity, antibodies are introduced from another source, as from mother to fetus.
the inability, either inborn or acquired, of the body to produce an adequate immune response to fight disease.
capable of causing cancer.
congestion of the milk in mammary glands.
an agent, for example, a chemical, virus, or ionizing radiation, that interrupts or alters the normal development of a fetus, with results that are evident at birth.