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Q: The process of reducing blood loss is called hemostasis. True False
A: The process of reducing blood loss is called hemostasis. True.
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User: The process of reducing blood loss is called hemostasis. True False

Weegy: The process of reducing blood loss is called hemostasis. True.
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User: In general, the term _____ refers to a state of the body in which homeostasis has faltered due to any cause.

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Updated 139 days ago|1/31/2018 8:30:42 AM
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In general, the term disease refers to a state of the body in which homeostasis has faltered due to any cause.
Added 139 days ago|1/31/2018 1:04:08 AM
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