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Medical term "olfact/o." what is the meaning?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology 45 years experience
Sense of smell: Your olfactory nerves begin at the plate in skull where the air you take in through your nose hits.

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What is the meaning of the medical abbrevaition I & o?

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Family Medicine 29 years experience
Input & Output: At least in hospital setting, especially for patients who come in w. Dehydration or possibly heart issues, nurses are requested by doctors to keep track of the amount of fluids going in - both orally and by intravenously, and the amount that comes out of our patients by urine, feces +-diarrhea, and vomitting to be able to make sure of good or desired fluid balance.
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What is the meaning of the medical term 'uncircumcised'?

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Foreskin is intact: Uncircumcised means that foreskin has not been removed. Circumcision is procedure of removing foreskin

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