A febrile, multisystem disorder affecting the small to medium-size vessels, primarily of the lymph nodes, most commonly in children before puberty; usually follows exposure to an infection. Also called mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome.
Exercises involving alternate contraction and relaxation performed to strengthen the perineal muscles.
A neurologic syndrome resulting from deposition of unconjugated bilirubin in the brain cells and characterized by severe neural symptoms.
Elicitation of resistance and hamstring muscle pain when the examiner attempts to extend the knee while the hip and knee are both flexed 90 degrees.
Abnormally deep, gasping type of respirations resulting from air hunger; associated with severe diabetic acidosis and coma.
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