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Polydipsea, polyurea and polyphasia are medical terms and, as you know, docs 
have the need to speak in words we don't understand so that they can remain 
above us mere mortals. They're slipping if they're allowing a high school 
class to take a step inside the inner sanctum. :-)

Jan and ElvisToo


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "O'Heren, Kevin G." <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2007 8:57 PM


> Thank you to everyone that replied to my question. Being diabetic I know 
> what
> the symptoms of uncontrolled diabetes are, but I had never heard of these 
> three
> terms. Like a few people said, "poly" to me means more than one not to 
> excess.
>
> Kevin O'Heren
> Hereford High School
> .
.
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