The New International Standard Medical and Health Encyclopedia
Publisher: faqs.org 2009
Medical information about the body and health, diseases, diagnostic procedures, emotional and mental disorders, environment and health, drugs, medical emergencies, the skeleton, the muscles, skin, hair, and nails, the nervous system and the brain, the circulatory system, the heart, and blood, the digestive system and the liver, the respiratory system and the lungs, the endocrine glands, the sense organs, and the urinogenital system and the kidneys.
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