Hardening of tissue resulting from the formation of calcium salts
To adjust the output or reading from a testing device to assure that it gives a correct answer; the adjustment is based on measurement of one or more known substances called standards (or calibrators).
The tiniest of blood vessels. Through the one-cell-layer-thick walls of capillaries, oxygen and nutrients are delivered to body tissues and carbon dioxide and other wastes are cleared from body tissues.
The starches and sugars that are the chief energy sources of the body
Slow-growing mass that can develop in the mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and sometimes the lungs
The heart and blood vessels involved in the pumping of blood and the transport of nutrients, oxygen, and waste products throughout the body
1. Person, generally in apparent good health, who harbours organisms that can infect and cause disease in others
1. long, thin, flexible tube inserted into a body cavity or vessel to allow the passage of fluids
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The automated process of separating lighter portions of a solution, mixture, or suspension from the heavier portions, by centrifugal force
Also known as: CSF
Lymph node inflammation in the neck
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Legal document created when a piece of evidence is obtained that records the movement, location, handling and/or testing of the evidence from the time it is collected until the evidence is used in a legal proceeding and/or until it is no longer needed and is discarded or destroyed