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Health, 02.12.2015 00:45

Suppose a patient comes in to see a physician. this patient lacks the ability to keep warm and needs to wear heavy clothing even during mild temperatures. which system of this patients body should the physician be concerned about?
a) integumentary
b) skeletal
c) respiratory
d) muscular
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