a learning disability characterised by an inability to perform simple mathematical problems.

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    occuring once per day

    movement of cells or organisms in response to chemicals.

    a disease involving destruction of the skeletal muscles.

    the valve closing the opening between the right auricle and ventricle of the heart.

    a substance, which can evoke action in a muscle, nerve, gland or other excitable tissue

    the branch of medical science concerned with the various nervous systems.

    a common species found especially on the nasal mucous membrane and skin

    the topmost point.

    a disease caused by the presence of filarial worms in the lymph vessels.

    also called chicken pox, characterized by fever and eruptions of blisters on the skin.

    an antibody that seems to inhibit reproduction of trypanosome; found in rats

    an eruption of itching due to allergy to foods or drugs, physical agents or psychic stimuli.

    to make a hole with a small pointed object such as a needle.

    a swelling of the neck resulting from enlargement of the thyroid gland.

    an instrument used in a surgery using the local application of intense cold for anaesthesia or therapy.