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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of hematomas

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of hematomas:

Derived Form of hematomas

root word: hematoma
plural: hematomas
root word: hematoma
Noun: hematoma
a localized swelling filled with blood
Type ofintumescences, intumescencies,

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  1. because when you do that, it can lead to hematomas
  2. of hematomas. - Yeah, get rid of bad blood.
  3. Hematomas epidural, subdural
  4. And hematomas happen, bleeding happens, infection happens.
  5. It is estimated that 1 percent of all pregnancies have subchorionic hematomas. Sometimes bleeding is associated with that and sometimes its not.
  6. just know that MOST subchorionic hematomas resolve before the baby is born.
  7. its a dietary supplement that a few studies have shown may help absorb subchorionic hematomas. ALA is found in plant foods- like kale, spinach, soybeans.
  8. I also drank A LOT of orange juice and pomegranate juice- which I read also may help subchorionic hematomas heal.
  9. hematomas might indicate a blood disorder. The eyes should be able to
  10. Know two of my friends have just died from subdural hematomas
  11. fall down and fracture their skull. They get intra-cranial hematomas, they get burns if
  12. fall down and fracture their skull. They get intra-cranial hematomas, they get burns if
  13. They get intra-cranial hematomas, they get burns if
  14. reduce the quantity of extravasated blood to avoid hematomas and we'll now follow our
  15. for that blood to accumulate; sometimes subdural hematomas aren't recognized
  16. and they're like, There's no hematomas, blah blah,
  17. Abnormalities such as distention, scars, stretch marks, hematomas and engorged veins can provide
  18. Unlike hematomas and hemorrhages, where the brain damage involves bleeding,
  19. and these are blood collections, hematomas,