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The word neoplastic refers to a growth that is: a. intraocular. b. atrial. c. benign or malignant. d. endemic.
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User: The physician changed the medication order because the infection was refractory, which means that the infection was: a. resistant to treatment. b. going into remission. c. cured. d. caused by the treatment.


User: The word neoplastic refers to a growth that is: a. intraocular. b. atrial. c. benign or malignant. d. endemic.

Weegy: The word neoplastic refers to a growth that is: benign or malignant.
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User: The patient went back to the doctor to seek treatment for the sequela, which is: a. a complication from the original disease. b. an infection caused by medication. c. a disease that is chronic. d. the recurrence of symptoms

Weegy: The patient went back to the doctor to seek treatment for the sequela, which is: a complication from the original disease.
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User: What organ is part of the GU system? a. rectum b. kidney c. lymph nodes d. adrenal gland

Weegy: The kidney is part of the GU system.
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The physician changed the medication order because the infection was refractory, which means that the infection was resistant to treatment.
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