Deutsch: Kolpitis / Español: Vaginitis / Português: Vaginite / Français: Vaginite / Italiano: Vaginite
Vaginitis refers to an irritation or inflammation of the vagina, usually causing a discharge.
Vaginoplasty refers to a transgender operation in which a vagina is artificially constructed.
The Vagus nerve is the major parasympathetic nerve. It is the tenth cranial nerve, which has branches to and from the stomach and several other organs
A valence is a positive or negative event. The valence of an event often is colored by our emotional memories of similar events. We store emotional memories with other details of the event and these can influence future appraisals.
Valerian refers to an herbal remedy derived from the dried roots of the valerian plant, Valeriana officinalis.
Valetudinarian refers to a sickly or weak person, especially one who is constantly and morbidly concerned with his or her health. It is likewise, a descriptive word which means chronically ailing; sickly and constantly and morbidly concerned with one's health.
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