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Exanthema

A disease accompanied by eruptions of the skin, such as measles or scarlet fever.

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Evacuant

A medicine or purgative that empties an organ, especially the bowel.

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Estrogenic effect

The effect of female steroidal hormones in promoting ovulation and secondary sexual characteristics.

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Erythrasma

A chronic contagious dermatitis caused by an actinomycete and affecting warm moist areas.

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Empacho

An infant disease resulting in diarrhea, pale stools, and sour vomit, attributed to diet of mother during pregnancy.

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Essential

Oils are the highly concentrated aromatic portion of a plant and like dried plant material can contain more than one…

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Exserted

Protruding beyond a particular point, such as a stamen that is longer than a petal.

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Extrasystole

A premature contraction of the heart. It can be caused by nervousness, indigestion, a tired and enlarged heart-anything up to…

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Eclectics

The name commonly applied to the American School Physicians, a distinct group of physicians who trained in their own schools,…

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Essence

A solution, often comprising a mixture of water and alcohol, obtained from herbs either by decoction or distillation. 1 ounce essential…

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