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  1. Mourning, public Mourning, public
    Mourning, public: See: Public mourning....
  2. Mouse genome Mouse genome
    Mouse genome: All of the genetic information contained in the laboratory mouse (Mus musculus). The genomes of particular nonhuman organisms such as the mouse have been studied for a number of reasons including the need to improve sequencing and analysis techniques. These nonhuman genomes also prov...
  3. Mouse, deer Mouse, deer
    Mouse, deer: See: Deer mouse....
  4. Mouse, white-footed Mouse, white-footed
    Mouse, white-footed: See: White-footed mouse....
  5. Mousepox Mousepox
    Mousepox: A disease of mice caused by the ectromelia virus. See: Ectromelia virus....
  6. Mouth Mouth
    Mouth: 1. The upper opening of the digestive tract, beginning with the lips and containing the teeth, gums, and tongue. Foodstuffs are broken down mechanically in the mouth by chewing and saliva is added as a lubricant. Saliva contains amylase, an enzyme that digests starch. 2. Any opening or apert...
  7. Mouth mirror Mouth mirror
    Mouth mirror: A little mirror on a rod that is used to examine the teeth and other structures within the mouth....
  8. Mouth, dry Mouth, dry
    Mouth, dry: See: Dry mouth....
  9. Mouth, trench Mouth, trench
    Mouth, trench: See: Trench mouth....
  10. Movement, fetal Movement, fetal
    Movement, fetal: Movement of the fetus in the womb. The first fetal movements felt by the mother during pregnancy (quickening) are usually between18 and 22 weeks of pregnancy....
  11. Movement, saccadic Movement, saccadic
    Movement, saccadic: See: Saccade....
  12. Mower injury Mower injury
    Mower injury: Injury from a mower, a machine used to cut grass (or other grains or weeds) to an even length. The main source of danger with a power mower is the blade which, to do its job, must be sharp and travel at a high speed. It can inflict serious injury if a hand or foot is allowed to get und...
  13. Moyamoya Moyamoya
    Moyamoya: A pattern of progressive obstructive and occlusive cerebral arteritis (inflammation of the cerebral arteries that obstructs and occludes them), predominantly in children and young adults. Symptoms include headaches, behavioral abnormalities, and recurrent attacks of paralysis. The radiolog...
  14. MP MP
    MP: Abbreviation for mercaptopurine and molecular pathology....
  15. MPH MPH
    MPH: Master of Public Health (a master's degree in this field of medicine)....