Malaise--A vague feeling of bodily discomfort.
Mononuclear--A cell having a single nucleus.
Mononucleosis--The presence of an abnormally la rge number of a type of white blood
cells in the blood.
Parenteral--By injection through any route.
Phagocytosis--The engulfing of microorganisms, other cells, and foreign particles by a
cell called a phagocyte.
Phlogram--Kidney function which fills the kidneys with a contrasting medium.
Reagent--A substance employed to produce a chemical reaction.
Serum--The clear portion of any animal liquid separated from its more solid elements;
especially the clear liquid which separated in the clotting of blood.
Sinusoid--Resembling a cavity or channel.
Splenomegaly--Enlargement of the spleen.
Strabismus--Deviation of the eye which the patient cannot overcome.
Subclinical--Without clinical manifestations; early stages or slight degree of a disease.
Subcutaneous--Beneath the skin.
Tachycardia--Excessively rapid heart rate, usually above one hundred per minute.