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XANAX

noun. a retail name for alprazolam.

XXXXY SYNDROME

an uncommon chromosomal disorder wherein a male is genetically predisposed to and given three extra X chromosomes resulting in a

XANTHOCYANOPSIA

noun. a type of color blindness wherein red and green are not seen and therefore items are seen in hues

XXXY SYNDROME

a fairly uncommon chromosomal disorder wherein the young inherits the full complement of both female and male sex chromosomes. Inflicted

XANTHOMATOSIS

any of many disorders marked by a collection of too much extra lipids within the body because of a metabolic

XXYY SYNDROME

a chromosomal disorder wherein a boy is born with a double complement of the normal XY chromosome pair. Skeletal deformations,

X-AXIS

noun. the horizontal axis on a graph.

XYLENE

noun. a volatile solvent which, whenever continually breathed in, can elicit kidney failure and death.

XENO- (XEN-)

combining form: unique, unusual, or foreign.

XYY SYNDROME

a chromosomal anomaly found in 1961 and correlated to males who demonstrated aggressive or violent behavior in criminal facilities. It

XENOGLOSSOPHILIA

a propensity to utilize unknown or foreign terms, especially in an ostentatious manner.

XYZ SYSTEM

a theoretical system for ascertaining colors with regard to three abstract primary colors, X, Y, and Z.

XENOGLOSSY

with regard to parapsychology, the ostensible capacity of an individual to talk or write in a language which is completely

XENOPHOBIA

noun. 1. a pathological phobia of strangers. 2. hostile outlooks or violent actions toward individuals of other nationalities, ethnic groups,

XENOREXIA

noun. the pathological consumption of inedible items.

XERODERMA PIGMENTOSUM

a syndrome acquired as an autosomal recessive trait and characterized by severe photosensitivity. It is elicited by a flaw in

XEROPHTHALMIA

a characteristic indicator of Sjogren's syndrome, a systemic autoimmune illness beginning between 40 and 65 years. It's additionally one of

XEROPHTHALMIA

noun. Extremely dry eyes, because of histological alterations inside the cornea and conjunctiva.

X-RAY

noun. an electromagnetic dispersion of brief wavelengths generated by bombarding a heavy metal objective with high-energy electrons in a vacuum

XXX SYNDROME

an uncommon chromosomal disorder marked by the existence of three X chromosomes. Many impacted females are physically and cognitively normal.