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- noun pathology A sometimes fatal condition resulting from the formation of
nitrogenbubbles in the bloodand tissues, because of too rapid decompression, seen especially in deep-sea diversascending rapidly from a dive. It is characterized by severe pains in the joints and chest, skin irritation, cramps, nausea, and paralysis.
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