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hepatic injury caused by poisoning by narthecium ossifragum.
see terminalia oblongata.
a genus of ovoid or rod-shaped, nonencapsulated, gram-negative bacteria in the family Enterobacteriaceae.
Y. enterocolitica often carried by many animal species, especially pigs, and associated with sporadic diarrhea in humans and animals. Farmed deer are highly susceptible.
Y. pestis causes bubonic plague in humans and sylvatic plague in rodents and cats.
Y. pseudotuberculosis c...
septicemia often with signs of gastroenteritis, caused by Yersinia pseudotuberculosis, occurring in wild rodents, birds, and, uncommonly, most domestic species, particularly cats. There is fever, severe toxemia and a high fatality rate. At postmortem there are large numbers of embolic abscesses in most organs. Called also pseudotuberculosis.
Occurs also in many species of fish as a septicemi...
|yesterday today and tomorrow|
y. grade the amount of meat which will be harvested from a carcass; expressed in a code 1 to 5 with 1 being best. The assessment is based on weight of the carcass, the size of the longissimus dorsi muscle at the 12th rib, the thickness of fat at the same location and the percentage of kidney, heart and pelvic fat.
anatomical organs in the acupuncture catalog including the liver, pancreas, spleen, kidney, heart, pericardium, lungs.
the balance between deficiency and excess in functional activity of the organs which is the basis of Chinese medicine’s view of health versus dysfunction. The Yang organs are the hollow organs, stomach, intestines, biliary system, urinary bladder plus urethra and ureter. The Yin organs include the solid ones, the liver, spleen, pancreas, kidney, heart, pericardium, lungs.