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Things physiologic often describes (“physiologic ________”)
changes, effects, conditions, response, solution, function, processes, responses, functions, mechanisms, role, saline, basis, significance, state, factors, process, studies, effect, range, activity, action, parameters, stress, jaundice, consequences, importance, needs, status, alterations, mechanism, space, levels, abnormalities, variables, data, properties, concentrations, principles, events, systems, states, doses, aspects, actions, limits, disturbances, characteristics, change, condition, approach, reactions, considerations, differences, measures, races, stimuli, activities, measurements, roles, functioning, regulation, adaptation, cup, control, age, anemia, adaptations, disturbance, variations, derangements, monitoring, phenomenon, shunt, tests, causes, requirements, reserve, implications, dysfunction, dependence, abnormality, phenomena, stimulus, symptoms, need, demands, reaction, tremor, assessment, circumstances, adjustments

Descriptive words:
more, normal, important, fur, zeitschrift, multiple, several, adverse, archiv, most, various, less, experimental, certain, clinical, maternal, prospective, abnormal, optimal, individual, basic, potential, sound, complex, centralblatt, psycho, acute, specific, unique, additional, anatomic, numerous, greater, appropriate, extensive, problems, severe, secondary, absolute, sterile, zentralblatt, gesammtc, comparative, passive, profound, chemischen, chronic, psychologic, likely, non, embryologic, undesirable, inherent, instantaneous, excellent, behavioral, preoperative, tremendous, tier, intense

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