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Blood in the urine
Scrape of the skin due to something abrasive
Bacterial infection of the lungs
Difficulty breathing
Coughing up gross amounts of blood
Area of dead tissue after a lack of blood supply
Guarding/Rebound/Rigidity: PE findings indicating a rupture in the abdomen
Strep throat
A system to classify and code diagnoses, symptoms, and procedures
Rear or backside of the body
Crackles; wet crackling noise in lungs
High blood pressure
Increased breathing rate
Splitting of the skin due to trauma
Infection of the bronchioles (smaller air-tubes in the lungs)
Located towards the front of the body
Infection of the bronchi (upper airway)
Infection of skin cells
Lower on the body, farther from the head
Protrusion of an organ through the wall of the cavity that normally contains it
The state of having a fever
Low oxygen saturation of the body, not enough oxygen in the blood
Dangerous infection of the outer lining of the brain
Fast heart rate (HR>100bpm)
Infection/inflammation of the nasal sinuses
Painful urination
Septic, very sick, about to die
Physical blockage of the small intestines
Excessive or profuse bleeding
Examine by touch
Spread out
Without a fever
Infection of the outer ear
Farther from the trunk of the body
Gross amounts of blood in the vomit
Farther from the midline
Enlarged liver
'Passing out', loss of consciousness or fainting
Body position lying flat, face down
Obviously; a lot; wholly
Infection of the outer layer of the eye
Relating to the lungs
Lack of blood supply
Dangerous infection of the blood
Viewing with a scope (e.g. colonoscopy)
Rattling noise of mucous in the lungs
Slow heart-rate
Process for removing waste from the blood for people with renal failure
Muscular pain, muscle aches
To beat rapidly, irregularly, or forcibly
Clear nasal discharge, 'runny nose'
Surgical removal
Inability to open the jaw due to pain
New, usually of rapid onset and of concern, opposite of chronic
Seizure disorder
Collection of pus underneath the skin
Higher on the body, nearer to the head
Infection inner ear
High cholesterol
Pus-pockets on the tonsils
Body position lying face up
Dangerous infection of the appendix
Low blood pressure
Tube inserted into vessels or body cavities to permit injection or withdrawal of fluids or to keep a passage open
Throat infection
Long-standing, constant. Opposite of acute
A bruise
Black tarry stool
Nearer to the trunk of the body
Listening to sounds arising within organs (as the lungs)
High pitched sound heard in the lungs with asthmatics or lung disease
Nose bleed
Room-spinning dizziness (not light-headed)
Nearer to the midline
Blisters or open-sores
Pale skin
Normal, of no danger to health
Medication used to reduce a fever

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