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leuko medical term

leukoderm, or leukocyte, is the white blood cell that is responsible for clearing us out from anything that is not white blood cells. This is why we see leukocytes in the blood of the sick, but not the healthy. leukoderm is the white blood cell that clears out a virus. In the case of a viral infection, the white blood cells that are responsible for clearing the virus out of the person’s blood are neutrophils.

In leukocyte deficiency (or leukocyte depletion) this can lead to various symptoms, such as shortness of breath, vomiting, and fever. Leukocytes are the white blood cells that are responsible for clearing out viruses. This leads to other symptoms, such as shortness of breath, vomiting, and fever.

I’ll admit, I’m a little confused as to whether leuko medical terms are useful, but I suppose they could be, if they don’t cause too much pain. The word leukocyte appears in the sentence “leukocyte depletion leads to shortness of breath, vomiting, and fever.” And if we’re referring to the white blood cells, well, I guess it’s possible that leukocytes are a type of white blood cell that helps clear out viruses from the blood.

The word for “fever” is a very common term that refers to the symptoms of a febrile illness. It’s not always a good idea to use it or use a word like fever, like fever is a bad word.

But, there is a difference between febrile and fever. Fever is a very unpleasant feeling. Fever is an unpleasant feeling in general. Fever is a real thing. Febrility is a word for the feeling of a fever.

But in the medical world a fever is a very real thing. When it happens you are not even sure if it’s a fever. It just feels like a fever. And when you’re not sure, a fever can be very dangerous. A fever can cause a serious illness like pneumonia or even death. As we all know, pneumonia can be deadly, yet there are people who don’t even have a fever when they have pneumonia. They don’t have pneumonia but are suffering from pneumonia.

Febrility, fever, and pneumonia are all diseases that can be treated with antibiotics. This is all good news because it means that people can live normal lives until they get sick. But pneumonia can be deadly and febrility can be extremely dangerous. A fever can lead to death, and febrility can be deadly. Even though in most cases they are both deadly, pneumonia is the more deadly one.

I think the point is that antibiotics are great for treating febrility, but they are really not great for treating pneumonia. So in that sense, febrility is a good thing, but not a good thing. It makes sense that febrility should be treated quickly, while pneumonia is more of a slow and painful death.

I don’t think anyone would disagree that febrility is the most dangerous type. But there is a great deal of evidence that febrility is actually a good thing. The two are not mutually exclusive, of course, and febrility is associated with longevity.

In the real world, febrile illnesses, like influenza, malaria, and swine flu, can kill more people than any disease. But febrile illnesses are rare in the wild, and even rarer in developed societies. But febrile illnesses are common and cause more deaths in developed societies than any other illness. When you are febrile, you are going to lose a lot of blood to your white cells and begin to suffer from a cold or flu.

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