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Found Da 19 times.

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1. Da
This Latin term, which is frequently used in medicine, means "give".

2. Dacryagogue
A dacryagogue is an agent that induces tears.

3. Dacryoadenitis
Dacryoadenitis is the inflammation of the lacrimal gland. This condition is often associated with nonbacterial infection of other parts of the body and is self-limiting.

4. Dacryocystectomy
Dacryocystectomy is surgery for the excision of the walls of the tear sac.

5. Dacryocystitis
Dacryocystitis is the inflammation of the tear sac which is often associated with bacterial infection and obstruction of the nasolacrimal duct.

6. Dacryocystostomy
Dacryocystostomy is surgery to create an opening (a drainage) into the tear sac.

7. Dactyl
Refers to a digit, a finger, or a toe.

8. Dactylitis
Dactylitis is inflammation of fingers and toes, e.g. as caused by tissue ischemia due to sickle cell anemia.

9. Dalapon
A herbicide that is used mainly to kill grasses; it was a major part of Agent Orange , a defoliant used in the Vietnam War.

10. Dalton
A unit of mass that equals the weight of a hydrogen atom, or 1.657 x 10-24 grams. Named for John Dalton, an early nineteenth century British chemist who proposed the atomic theory of matter.


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