Convulsion: Paroxysms of involuntary muscular contraction and relaxation. Congenital: Present at birth. Dehydration: a condition resulting from loss of excessive body fluid. Disease: Pathological condition of the body that presents with group of clinical symptoms and signs; and abnormal laboratory findings. DNA: A nucleic acid consisting of deoxyribose, phosphoric acid and bases. It is present in chromosomes of the nuclei of cells, is the chemical basisof heredity and the carrier of genetic information for living cells. Endogenous: Produced or originating from with in a cell or organism. Endoplasmic reticulum: Net work of membraneous tubules with in a cell and involved in transport of proteins synthesized on the ribosomes; and synthesis of lipids. Electrolyte: An ionized salt in blood, tissue fluids and cells.
Fastidious: Requiring precise conditions for growth and survival. Genome: Hematogenous: Through the blood stream. Histone: Positively charged protein that is nutritional
part of chromatin in
eukaryotic cells. Hydrocephalus: Excessive fluid in the brain ventricles. Iatrogenic: Any adverse mental or physical condition induced in a patient through the effects of treatment by a physician or surgeon. Incubation Period: The time interval between exposure and development of disease. Infertility: The inability or diminished ability to produce offspring.