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    Slow, involuntary movements of the hands and feet.


The plural of foot, both an anatomic structure and a unit of measure. As an anatomic structure, the foot is the end of the leg on which a person normally stands and walks. The foot is a particularly complex structure made up of dozens of bones that work together with muscles and tendons to execute precise movements. The bones of the foot include the 10 metatarsal bones and the 28 phalanges (toe bones).



Advance directives
Documents (such as a Living Will) completed and signed by a person who is legally competent to explain his or her wishes for medical care should he or she become unable to make those decisions at a later time.

A non-specific symptom of one or more physical, or psychological processes in which vocal or motor behavior (screaming, shouting, complaining, moaning, cursing, pacing, fidgeting, wandering) pose risk or discomfort, become disruptive or unsafe, or interfere with the delivery of care in a particular environment.

Drug that increases neurotransmitter activity by stimulating the dopamine receptors directly.

No movement.

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. A terminal neurological disorder characterized by progressive degeneration of motor cells in the spinal cord and brain. It is often referred to as "Lou Gehrig's disease."


Slow, involuntary movements of the hands and feet.

Loss of tooth structure caused by a hard toothbrush, poor brushing technique, or Bruxism (grinding or clenching the teeth).

An infection of a tooth, soft tissue or bone

Tooth or teeth that support a fixed or removable bridge

Adhesive dentistry
Contemporary term for dental restorations that involve "bonding" of composite resin or porcelain fillings to natural teeth

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