calor

(kal´or) heat; one of the cardinal signs of inflammation.
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Calor

Calor: Heat, one of the four classic signs of inflammation (together with dolor, rubor and tumor). From the Latin calor, heat. See also: Dolor; Rubor; Tumor.
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calor

Heat, as one of the four signs of inflammation (c., rubor, tumour, dolor) enunciated by Celsus. ... Origin: L. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Calor

The main supplier of propane (red) gas cylinders and significant seller of butane (blue) gas
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calor

Type: Term Pronunciation: kā′lōr Definitions: 1. Heat, as one of the four signs of inflammation (c., rubor, tumor, dolor) enunciated by Celsius.
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