|tumor, fibrous growth
|An overgrowth of scar tissue that develops around a wound
|A type of seaweed.
|cornea, horny, hard
|A family of fibrous proteins that are principle constituents of epidermis; hair; nails; horny tissues, and tooth enamel.
|Inflammation of the cornea
|Inflammation of the cornea and conjunctiva.
|A conical protrusion of the central part of the cornea.
|Any horny growth of the skin such as a wart or callus.
|Presence of ketone bodies in urine.
|Abnormally high concentration of ketone bodies, as in diabetes mellitus.
|One of a pair of organs that filter blood for the secretion of urine and that regulates ion concentrations.
|Unit of mass equal to one thousand grams.
|The study of body position motion in communication.
|Movement of an organism in response to a stimulus
|The study of the interrelationships that exist between body parts and how those connections influence movement.
|An abnormal, strong impulse to steal.
|The joint between inferior femur and superior
|A disease of the fingernails, where they become thin and concave.
|kidney, ureter, and bladder
|keep vein open
|Deformities of the spine characterized by an exaggerated convexity of the vertebral column. Sometimes called round back or hunchback.