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Answered 2008-02-18 07:23:28

Physiological functions listed in "History taking and Clinical Examination" by Dr. D.D. Vora, MESH publishing house, Mumbai [Bombay] India, 1992: appetite, bowel movements, urinary, sleep, respiration, deglutition, vision, hearing, thirst, weight, locomotion, speech, sex function, catamenia [females], smell, memory, perspiration

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