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Debride

Remove foreign material or dead tissue in a wound.

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Dysphasia

Impairment of speech resulting from a brain lesion. Difficulty in speaking, usually caused by a lesion in the central nervous…

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Ductus arteriosus

Connection between the aorta and the pulmonary artery in the fetus; it allows most of the blood pumped by the…

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Decompensate

Inability to maintain defense mechanisms in response to stress, resulting in personality disturbance or psychological imbalance.

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Disk (intervertebral disk)

A ring of cartilage and fibrous tissue with a pulpy or gel-like center located between the vertebrae of the spine.…

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Dal

Any type of dried bean, pea, or lentil is called dal. Most dal is husked and split for quick cooking…

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Drug-food interactions

Result from medicines reacting with foods or beverages. Foods can interact with drugs in a variety of ways: by either…

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Drug-drug interactions

Occur when two or more medicines react with each other, causing unexpected side effects in the user. The activity of…

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