Thimerosal is defined by Medicine Net as: “A mercury-containing preservative used in some vaccines and other products since the 1930′s.”
OPTION #1: thimerosal= THAOI/MER/SA*L
OPTION #2: thimerosal= THAOI/MER/A/SA*L
OPTION #3: thimerosal= THAOI/MER/RA/SA*L
Syncope is defined as: “Sudden faintness; swooning, with loss of sensation, motion, and consciousness.”
crista galli= KRIS/TA*/GAL/YI
dura mater= DAOUR/A*/MA/T*ER
Sympathin is: “A substance liberated by the stimulation of certain fibers of the sympathetic nervous system and acting as a chemical mediator in associated nerve impulses.”
Steapsin is the lipase present in pancreatic juice.
OPTION #1: steapsin= STAOE/AP/S*IN
OPTION #2: steapsin= STAOE/APS/S*IN
OPTION #3: steapsin= STAOE/APS/*IN
QUESTION: At Birth, how many bones does a human baby have?
QUESTION: How many bones does a human adult have?
Toponym is defined as follows: “The name of a region of the body, as distinguished from an organ.”
OPTION #1: toponym= TOP/N*IM
OPTION #2: toponym= TOP/A/N*IM
OPTION #3: toponym= TOP/PA/N*IM
OPTION #4: toponym= TOP/O*E/N*IM
OPTION #5: toponym= TOP/POE/N*IM
Tonicity is the elastic condition of healthy tissue.
OPTION #1: tonicity: TOE/N*IFT
OPTION #2: tonicity: TOE/NIS/TAO*E
Desmoid is defined as follows: “Denoting a type of fibrous tumor of muscle and connective tissue, typically in the abdomen.”
OPTION #1: desmoid= DES/MO*ID
OPTION #2: desmoid= DEZ/MO*ID
Stasis is defined as follows: “(1) Stoppage of the blood in its circulation, especially in the small vessels and capillaries: caused by abnormal resistance of the capillary walls, rather than by any lessening of the heart’s action. (2) Retarded movement of the intestinal contents due to obstruction or muscular malfunction.”
OPTION #1: stasis= STAIZ
OPTION #2: stasis= STAI/S*IS
OPTION #3: stasis= STAIS/*IS
OPTION #4: stasis= STAIS/S*IS
OPTION #5: stasis= STAS/*IS
OPTION #6: stasis= STAS/S*IS