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In Japan it is illegal to use recreational drugs such as marijuana.
sensory dissociation, aortic dissection
A portable body warmer over the tips of your fingers will relieve the symptoms of Raynaud's.
Is it hard for your to hear what other people are saying?
You can buy/purchase the things you need for your admission to the hospital at the hospital shop.
He is well recognized for his outstanding surgical skills.
Her annoying behaviour was frowned on by the other patients.
Do you have any pets?
Please take your clothes of and put this gown on.
consult a counselor about one's troubles.
The counseling session will take place at three o'clock in my office.
I am returning your insurance card.
Please return the key to your nurse at the time of your discharge.
You should avoid trying to cheer her up because it might make her more depressed.
Sometimes, chemotherapy does more harm that good because it drains the patient's energy levels.
The more you scratch your skin, the itchier it will be.
Shall I change your sheets?
We will get you a different nurse.
remove the cloudy lens and replace it with an artificial one.
use low-salt soy sauce instead of regular soy saurce.
change one's position
Please change your position
Let us change the medication and see what happens.
Be sure to come back to the hospital by Saturday afternoon.
face, features, expression
Your face looks slightly bloated.
change in a person's facial features.
an expressionless appearance
a blank expression
have a great/healthy complexion
a pale complexion
Has any one told you that you look pale?
study a person's facial expression
assailant, attacker, the person who caused the accident, perpetrator
He has financial problems.
Do you have too much work to do?
Please lie on your right side with your left knee bent.
Chemotherapy is a treatment using drugs that destroy cancer cells.
You will need to be hospitalized for your first round of chemotherapy.
You will receive your first round of chemotherapy during your hospital stay.
The most common side effects of chemotherapy included nausea and vomiting loss of appetite, low blood cell counts, and hair loss.
Having family support is essential to make a quick recovery.