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  • 31Soft palate — Lateral wall of nasal cavity. (Soft palate visible in lower right) …

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  • 32Brain herniation — Classification and external resources MRI showing injury due to brain herniation ICD 10 G …

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  • 33Cerebellar tonsil — Brain: Cerebellar tonsil Anterior view of the cerebellum. (Tonsil visible at center right.) …

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  • 34lymphatic system — Anat., Zool. the system by which lymph is returned from the cells to the blood and by which white blood cells are produced in response to inflammation or presence of antigens; in mammals, the system includes the lymph glands, vessels and sinuses… …

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  • 35digestive system, human — Introduction  the system used in the human body for the process of digestion. The human digestive system consists primarily of the digestive tract (alimentary canal), or the series of structures and organs through which food and liquids pass… …

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  • 36Tonsillectomy — The surgical removal of both tonsils. A tonsillectomy may be performed in cases of recurrent tonsillitis, or treat sleep apnea and some speech disorders. * * * Removal of the entire tonsil. [tonsil + G. ektome, excision] * * * ton·sil·lec·to·my… …

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  • 37tonsil — 1. Intraepithelial collection of lymphocytes forming a lymphoepithelial ring in the pharynx. 2. SYN: palatine t.. [L. tonsilla, a stake, in pl. the tonsils] cerebellar t. SYN: t. of cerebellum. t. of cerebellum [TA] a rounded lobule on the… …

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  • 38Arnold–Chiari malformation — Arnold Chiari Classification and external resources A T1 weighted sagittal MRI scan, from a patient with an Arnold Chiari malformation, demonstrating tonsillar herniation of 7mm …

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  • 39Halitosis — ICD 10 R19.6 ICD 9 784.99 DiseasesDB 5603 …

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  • 40Pharyngeal tonsil — Location of the adenoid Latin tonsilla pharyngea MeSH …

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