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A deprived condition of nutrition.
A bitter-tasting, water-soluble compound that acts as a central nervous system stimulant and has a mild diuretic (increasing urination) effect.
Calcium salt deposits in soft tissues.
A small, hard mass or stone formed in the body, as in a kidney or gallbladder, or a hard coating on the surface of the teeth.
Localized thickening of the skin. 2. A fibrous band formed around the site of a fracture that seals the ends of the bone together and is then gradually replaced by mature bone.
The amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water one degree. Commonly used to express the amount of energy-producing value in food.
A disease in children affecting the growth plate of the head of the thigh, caused by interference in the blood supply.
An agent derived from a cinnamon tree that's used to relieve pain and itching.