hepar


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hepar

(ˈhiːpɑː)
n
(Chemistry) chem obsolete a compound containing sulphur
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On Friday, Workers' Party (yP) candidate HE-seyin Iryzak and far-right Rights and Equality Party (HEPAR) candidate TE[micro]rehan Yyldyryr announced their withdrawal from the election to throw their weight behind Salman.
This result show that significant histological lesions also were found in gill, hepar, kidney and intestine.
"I also use Aconite to treat shock, Hypericum for injuries to nerves, Hepar sulph can treat otitis, Ruta grav for sprains and strains, Argent nit for splinter-like pains and Arum triph to help shift fevers and colds.
Heparin was isolated from the liver in 1916, (the Latin for liver is 'hepar'), but did not come into clinical use until the 1930s.
Hepar sulphuris calcareum:where is abscess is accomapanied by pus formation, increased salivation, and where gums are sour to touch and bleed easily.
HCV is a prototype member of the Hepacivirus genus (from the Greek hepar, hepatos, liver) and is further classified into at least seven major genotypes that differ by about 30 per cent in their nucleotide sequence.