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CARDINAL MANIFESTATIONS OF DISEASE Section 1 Pain
ANOxIA CYANosis AND Polycyth EMIA
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abdominal abnormal acid acute alterations anemia angina pectoris anoxia antibody antigen arterial associated asthma blood body breathing calcium cardiac cardiac output cause cells cerebral changes chest chloride chronic circulatory clinical coma common congestive cord coronary cough cyanosis deficiency develop diabetes diagnosis diastolic disease disorders disturbances dyspnea edema effect electrocardiogram elevation esophagus evidence excessive excretion extracellular fluid factors fever frequently function glucose headache heart failure hemoglobin hemorrhage hypertension hypoglycemia ileus important increased infection injury intake intestinal involved joint kidney lesions liver loss lumbosacral lungs manifestations mechanism metabolic muscles myocardial infarction nerve normal obstruction occur onset organic oxygen pain arising paraplegia patient peripheral plasma present pressure produce protein pulmonary rarely reaction reflex renal respiratory result rheumatoid arthritis seizures serum severe skin sodium spasm spinal spine symptoms syndrome tachycardia tends tion tissue tract trauma tumor uremia urine usually vascular venous ventricular vitamin volume vomiting x-ray