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Choreal
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Choreal: Of chorea (any of a number of diseases of the nervous system characterized by muscle spasms)
Choreatic
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Choreatic: Of chorea (any of a number of diseases of the nervous system characterized by muscle spasms)
Choreiform
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Choreiform: Like chorea (any of a number of diseases of the nervous system characterized by muscle spasms)
Choreoid
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Choreoid: Choreiform, resembling or like chorea (any of a number of diseases of the nervous system characterized by muscle spasms)
Christmas disease
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Christmas disease: (Haematology) Hemophilia B, hereditary blood coagulation disorder, form of haemophilia caused by congenital deficiency of clotting factor IX in the bl
Chronic
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Chronic mean : Recurring againĀ andĀ again. Some disease that last for a long period.
Chronic disease
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Chronic disease: Recurring disease, disease which returns frequently or constantly exists
Chronic illness
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Chronic illness: Recurring disease, disease which returns frequently or constantly exists
Chronically ill
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Chronically ill: Constantly sick, sick with a recurring disease
Chrysophanic
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Chrysophanic: Pertaining to, or derived from, or resembling, chrysophane. Chrysophanic acid (Chem.), a yellow crystalline substance extracted from rhubarb, yellow dock, s
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