Medical Term for Booger?

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The medical term for a booger is that of rheum. In fact it is the medical term for any thin mucus that naturally discharges from the eyes or nose or mouth. There are a large number of conditions that can increase the production of the rheum in the eyes, nose and mouth. When someone asks now if you know the medical term for a booger it's rheum, and it is pronounced rum, its really rather interesting.
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