Embalming II 2.1

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Disease of the arteries resulting in thickening, hardening, and loss of elasticity of the arterial walls; atherosclerosis is a form of arteriosclerosis.



Weakness and wasting of the body due to severe chronic illness



A fluid used primarily to supplement and enhance the action of vascular solutions


Diabetes Mellitus

The most common form of diabetes; caused by a deficiency of the pancreatic hormone; insulin



The vertical restraining fold of mucous membrane on the midline of the inside of each lip connecting the lip with the gum



The presence of sugar in the urine



Excess levels of sugar in the blood



Acidosis characterized by the presence of ketones in the blood and body tissues



Fluid injected primarily to prepare the vascular system and body tissues for the injection of the preservative vascular (arterial) solution. This solution is injected before the preservative vascular solution is injected; term can refer to a fluid or an embalming procedure.



Term used to describe an artery containing plaque/fatty deposits indicative of atherosclerosis


Senile Purpura

The formation of ecchymoses (bruises) on the arms and backs of hands of the elderly; occurs due to fragility of capillaries.


Waterless Embalming

Injection of an arterial solution composed of a preservative fluid which is diluted with supplemental chemicals such as humectants, water conditioners, and other coinjection fluids (instead of water.)

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