"Nevus" suena más a latín; en todo caso sería un apellido.
A nevus in the antecubital area is a mole on the inside of the elbow.
It is a form of the verb nevar, meaning to snow (noun is nieve). It is also used to mean a nevus, or pigmented area of the skin.
A nevus flammeus is a red birthmark caused by capillary dilation. A quarter to half of all humans have a nevus flammeus, often at the back of the neck and referred to in layman's terms as a "stork bite."
Nevus if it is noncancerous (it's also used for birthmarks) Nevus pigmentosus or macula
as in nee-vhus
Darkly pigmented spots or moles which also feature a sometimes dense covering of hair. Resources: Cardinal Glennon; Read a Family Story of a Child with Giant Nevus
Nevi (or nevus - singular)
Nevi is the already plural word of nevus.
actauly its called "nevus" :)
nevus system and the skeleton system
If you mean Br2, it is a compound.
Nevus Odi seems to be a possible translation for an active chronic lesion of the skin. The best place to find information on this would be a medical book, medical dictionary, or latin origins.Ê
A binary compound is a compound that consists of two elements.
What 4 CPT codes are used for removal of a strawberry nevus on cheek autograft with split-thickness skin graft?
A strawberry nevus is a benign organism, and so can be coded as a removal. The code number used could be 15120 or 15121.
Potassium Fluoride is an ionic compound.
It is a compound that contains carbon.
They are exactly the same thing...? What did you mean?
Do you mean how is an organic compound different from an inorganic compound? If so, an organic compound has carbon, an inorganic compound does not need to have carbon.
If you mean copper sulfate, then yes, it is a compound.
There is no such compound. Did you mean SiH4 - this is called silane
I think you mean "a mixture or a compound". It is a compound.
I think you mean Cl2 (with an L, not an I) which is not a compound but an element. It is chlorine.
If you mean CdI2 , then the name of the compound is Cadmium Iodide.
"Air", by which I presume you mean the atmosphere, is a gaseous compound.
do you mean "boxcar" then yes it is a compound word.
a complex compound word involves using multiple hard compound words in a sentence.
If you mean H2SO4, then it is a compound known as sulfuric acid. If you mean HSO4-, it is the bisulfate ion, which does not exist on its own.
a compound subject is two or more subjects joined by a conjuction
"Ternary" means that the compound contains three elements.
A neutral compound is simply a compound that does not have a net charge. Ionic compounds and covalent compounds can be neutral compounds.
Compound inequalities is when there is two inequality signs. You will regularly graph compound inequalities on a number line.
Na2 is not a compound. When you see a formula containing Na2, it means the compound contains 2 Sodium ions.
i have no clue
its a compound
A compound is a pure substance consisting of two or more chemically combined elements Do you mean compound if so a compound is 2 elements chemically bonded together
If a compound is organic, then it contains any compound of carbon and another element or a radical. Source: wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
Perhaps you mean tissue that forms multiple layers as there are no compound tissues as a term.
there is no such compound. But if u mean NH4+ ion, then it is definitely inorganic.
Assuming you mean ZnS, it's a compound - Zinc sulfide.
Oxidation mean adding oxygen to a compound.
It mean why are u even lookin this up....
Nevus is the medical term meaning birthmark; the plural form is nevi.
173.59 No that's not correct. The correct code is 216.5
It depends on which compound interest formula you mean. Refer to the Wikipedia Article on "Compound Interest" for the correct terminology.
i think you mean an ionic compound
It means to put two words together to form a compound word.
When a compound is dissolved in water, the mixture is called an aqueous solution of the particular compound.
This compound is a probable aluminium carbonate.
It can mean solid, referring to the physical state of a compound or element. It is usually denoted by "(s)" after the compound or element in a reaction. A capital "S", usually denotes the element, Sulfur.