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List of diseases (S)

A list of diseases in the English WorldHeritage.


Sa • Sc • Se • Sh • Si • Sj–Sn • So • Sp • Sq–Ss • St • Su • Sw • Sy


Sa

Saa–Sal • Sam–Say


Saa–Sal

Sam–Say

Sc

Sca • Sch • Sci–Scl • Sco–Scr


Sca

Sch

Scha–Schn • Scho–Schw


Scha–Schm

Schn–Schw

Sci–Scr

Scu

Sco

Se

Sea–Sei • Sel–Seq • Ser–Sez


Sea–Sei

Sel–Seq

Ser–Sez

Sh

Sha–Shi • Sho • Shp–Shy


Sha–Shi

Sho

Shok • Shor • Shou


Shok

Shor

Short b – Short r
Short s
Short t

Shou

Shp–Shy

Si

Sia–Sim • Sin–Sit


Sia–Sim

Sin–Six

Sj–Sn

So

Sp

Spa • Spe–Sph • Spi • Spl • Spo • Spr


Spa

Spar • Spas


Spar

Spas

Spasm
Spast
Spasti

Spastic a – Spastic d

Spastic p

Spe–Sph

Spi

Spie • Spin • Spir


Spie

Spin

Spina-Spine • Spino


Spina–Spine
Spino

Spir

Spl

Spo

Spon

Spona
Spond
Spondy

Spondyla–Spondyli

Spondylo

Spong–Spont

Spor–Spot

Spr

Sq–Ss

St

Sta–Ste • Sti–Sto • Str–Sty


Sta–Ste

Sti–Sto

Str–Sty

Su

Sub–Sum • Sup–Sut


Sub–Sum

Sup–Sut

Sw

Sy

Syb–Sym • Syn • Syp-Sys


Syb–Sym

Syn

Sync–Syng • Syno–Synp


Sync–Syng

Syno–Synp

Syp–Sys

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