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Correct spelling for CONJUNTIVA

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  • Congenital(Definition of congenital)
  • Although it may be congenital, it is usually acquired as a result of poliomyelitis.

  • Conjunctive(Definition of conjunctive)
  • And only, merely, also, and even, are sometimes conjunctive adverbs; as, "nor is this only a matter of convenience to the poet, it is also a source of gratification to the reader."

  • Cognitive(Definition of cognitive)
  • The function of sensations is cognitive; their origin is mechanical.

  • Conjointly(Definition of conjointly)
  • Such is the nature of the influx of the marriage of good and truth from the lord with man: it flows immediately into his soul, and thence proceeds to the principles next succeeding, and through these to the extreme or outermost: and thus conjointly all the principles constitute conjugial love.

  • Conjunctiva(Definition of conjunctiva)
  • Pterygium is a hypertrophic thickening of the conjunctiva of triangular shape firmly attached by its apex to the superficial layers of the cornea.

  • Congestive(Definition of congestive)
  • The grave or subintrant form, which is designed to include the highly congestive form of cormack and the bilious typhoid of griesinger and lebert.

  • Connective(Definition of connective)
  • A term applied to a connective tissue containing small spaces.

  • Conjoint(Definition of conjoint)
  • Man will not, as now, eat an egg laid by a hen he has kept, or bread grown on his field, or an apple from a tree he has reared and which has blossomed and matured in his sight; but he will eat tasty, nutritious, food which will be prepared in laboratories by the conjoint labor of many people in which he will take a small part.

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