Glossary of medicine

  • ADHD –  a condition portrayed by social and learning issue
  • AIDS –  a genuine (regularly deadly) ailment of the insusceptible framework transmitted through blood items particularly by sexual contact or defiled needles
  • Abrasion –  erosion by friction; an rubbed region where the skin is torn or worn off; the wearing out of rock particles by grinding because of water or wind or ice
  • Abscess –  symptom comprising of a limited assortment of discharge encompassed by excited tissue
  • Acne –  an incendiary illness including the sebaceous organs of the skin; portrayed by papules or pustules or comedones
  • Addiction –  a proper honor by a justice of a thing or individual to someone else (as the honor of an account holder to his bank); a give up to a master; an unusually solid craving; being anomalous tolerant to and subject to something that is mentally or physically propensity framing (particularly liquor or opiate drugs)
  • Adenovirus –  any of a gathering of infections remembering those that for people cause upper respiratory diseases or irresistible pinkeye.
  • Alcoholism –  habitual inebriation; delayed and inordinate admission of mixed beverages prompting a breakdown in wellbeing and a dependence on liquor to such an extent that sudden hardship prompts extreme withdrawal symptoms; an serious diligent want to drink mixed refreshments to abundance
  • Alignment –  the demonstration of modifying or adjusting the pieces of a gadget in connection to each other; the spatial property controlled by a course of action or position of things in a straight line or in parallel lines; (astronomy) clear gathering or going of at least two heavenly bodies in a similar level of the zodiac; an association of individuals (or nations) engaged with an agreement or settlement
  • Allergen –  any substance that can cause a hypersensitivity
  • Allergist –  a doctor talented in the determination and treatment of sensitivities
  • Allergy –  hypersensitivity response to a specific allergen; manifestations can change incredibly in force
  • Alzheimer’s Disease –  a dynamic type of presenile dementia that is like feeble dementia aside from that it as a rule begins during the 40s or 50s; first side effects are weakened memory which is trailed by hindered thought and discourse lastly complete powerlessness
  • Amputate – verb remove carefully
  • Anemia –  genus of earthbound or lithophytic plants having pinnatifid fronds; essentially of tropical America; a inadequacy of red blood cells; a absence of imperativeness
  • Anesthesia –  loss of substantial sensation with or without loss of awareness
  • Anorexia Nervosa –  (psychiatry) a mental issue described by physical fancies that you are excessively fat notwithstanding being skinny
  • Anus –  excretory opening toward the finish of the wholesome waterway
  • Appendicitis –  inflammation of the vermiform index
  • Appendix –  a minimal procedure that stretches out from the lower end of the cecum and that takes after a little pouch; supplementary material that is gathered and annexed at the rear of a book
  • Asthma –  respiratory scatter portrayed by wheezing; as a rule of unfavorably susceptible inception
  • Astigmatism –  (optics) deformity in an optical framework in which light beams from a solitary point neglect to combine in a solitary central point; (ophthalmology) impeded visual perception coming about as a rule from sporadic adaptation of the cornea
  • Autism –  (psychiatry) a strange retention with oneself; set apart by correspondence issue and limited capacity to focus and failure to regard others as individuals
  • Autoimmunity –  production of antibodies against the tissues of your own body; produces immune system ailment or excessive touchiness responses
  • Bacteria –  (microbiology) single-celled or noncellular circular or winding or pole molded creatures lacking chlorophyll that duplicate by splitting; significant as pathogens and for biochemical properties; scientific classification is troublesome; frequently thought about plants
  • Biopsy –  examination of tissues or fluids from the living body to decide the presence or reason for an ailment
  • Blackhead –  a dark tipped attachment obstructing a pore of the skin
  • Blood Bank –  a place for putting away entire blood or blood plasma
  • Blood Pressure –  the weight of the coursing blood against the dividers of the veins; results from the systole of the left ventricle of the heart; some of the time estimated for a speedy assessment of an individual’s wellbeing
  • Blood Type –  human platelets (typically simply the red platelets) that have similar antigens
  • Body Type –  a class of build
  • Bolus –  a huge pill; utilized particularly in veterinary medicine; a little round delicate mass (as of bit nourishment)
  • Bone Marrow –  the greasy system of connective tissue that fills the holes of bones; very delicate and extremely nutritious tissue from marrowbones
  • Bowels –  the focus of the Earth
  • Braces –  an machine that amends dental abnormalities
  • Bronchiolitis –  inflammation of the layers coating the bronchioles
  • Bronchodilator –  a sedate that unwinds and expands the bronchial paths and improves the sections of air into the lungs
  • Bruise –  an damage that doesn’t break the skin however brings about some discoloration; verb damage (plant tissue) by scraped area of pressure; break up into little pieces for nourishment preparation; injure the hidden delicate tissue of bone of; hurt the sentiments of
  • Bruxism –  involuntarily or unknowingly holding or pounding the teeth, regularly during rest
  • Burns –  celebrated Scottish artist (1759-1796); United States entertainer and film on-screen character (1896-1996)
  • Feline Scan –  an picture created by checking
  • Cancer –  type variety of the family Cancridae; the fourth indication of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about June 21 to July 22; a little zodiacal star grouping in the northern side of the equator; among Leo and Gemini; (astrology) an individual who is conceived while the sun is in Cancer; any threatening development or tumor brought about by irregular and uncontrolled cell division; it might spread to different pieces of the body through the lymphatic framework or the circulatory system
  • Blister Sore –  an ulceration (particularly of the lips or covering of the mouth)
  • Carbohydrate –  an fundamental auxiliary part of living cells and wellspring of vitality for creatures; incorporates straightforward sugars with little particles just as macromolecular substances; are characterized by the quantity of monosaccharide bunches they contain
  • Cardiologist –  a pro in cardiology; a master in the structure and capacity and disarranges of the heart
  • Caries –  soft rotted zone in a tooth; dynamic rot can prompt the passing of a tooth
  • Cartilage –  tough flexible tissue; for the most part changed over to bone in grown-ups
  • Cast –  framed by emptying or squeezing into a mold;  the demonstration of tossing dice; object framed by a mold; bandage comprising of a firm covering (frequently made of mortar of Paris) that immobilizes broken bones while they heal; the entertainers in a play; the unmistakable structure in which a thing is made; a brutal throw; the demonstration of tossing an angling line out over the water by methods for a bar and reel; container into which fluid is poured to make a given shape when it hardens; the visual appearance of something or someone; verb form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold; select to play,sing, or move a section in a play, motion picture, melodic, show, or ballet; deposit; assign the jobs of (a motion picture or a play) to actors; eject the substance of the stomach through the mouth; formulate in a specific style or language; choose at random; throw forcefully; get free of; put or send forth; move about capriciously or with no goal, regularly looking for nourishment or work
  • Cellulitis –  an irritation of body tissue (particularly that underneath the skin) portrayed by fever and growing and redness and agony
  • Cerebellum –  a significant division of the vertebrate mind; arranged over the medulla oblongata and underneath the cerebrum in people
  • Cerebral Cortex –  the layer of unmyelinated neurons (the dim issue) shaping the cortex of the cerebrum
  • Cerebral Palsy –  a misfortune or insufficiency of engine control with automatic fits brought about by perpetual mind harm present during childbirth
  • Cerumen –  a delicate yellow wax emitted by organs in the ear waterway
  • Chemotherapy –  the utilization of synthetic specialists to treat or control malady (or psychological maladjustment)
  • Chronic – being dependable and repetitive or described by forgiving
  • Separated Lip –  a innate parted in the upper lip
  • Parted Palate –  a intrinsic gap of the hard sense of taste
  • Cochlea –  the snail-formed cylinder (in the inward ear looped around the modiolus) where sound vibrations are changed over into nerve motivations by the organ of Corti
  • Complete Blood Count –  counting the quantity of white and red platelets and the quantity of platelets in 1 cubic millimeter of blood
  • CBC –  counting the quantity of white and red platelets and the quantity of platelets in 1 cubic millimeter of blood
  • Cone –  any cone-formed artifact; visual receptor cell delicate to color; cone-molded mass of ovule-or spore-bearing scales or bracts; a shape whose base is a circle and whose sides decrease up to a point; verb make cone-formed
  • Congestion –  excessive crowding; excessive collection of blood or other liquid in a body part
  • Conjunctivitis –  inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye
  • Constipation –  irregular and inconsistent or troublesome clearing of the insides; can be a side effect of intestinal obstacle or diverticulitis; the demonstration of making something worthless and futile (as by schedule)
  • Contagious – easily diffused or spread as from one individual to another; (of sickness) fit for being transmitted by contamination
  • Contusion –  the activity of bruising; an damage that doesn’t break the skin yet brings about some staining
  • Cornea –  transparent anterior portion of the outer covering of the eye; it covers the lens and iris and is continuous with the sclera
  • Cough –  the demonstration of breathing out air all of a sudden with a noise; sudden removal of air from the lungs that dispels any confusion air sections; a typical side effect of upper respiratory disease or bronchitis or pneumonia or tuberculosis; verb exhale unexpectedly, as when one has a chest cold or clog
  • Coxsackievirus –  enterovirus causing an infection taking after poliomyelitis yet without loss of motion
  • Cyst –  a shut sac that grows anomalous in some body structure; a little anatomically ordinary sac or bladderlike structure (particularly one containing liquid)
  • Cystic Fibrosis –  the most basic intrinsic malady; the kid’s lungs and digestion tracts and pancreas become stopped up with thick bodily fluid; brought about by imperfection in a solitary quality; there is no fix
  • DNA –  (biochemistry) a long straight polymer found in the core of a cell and framed from nucleotides and molded like a twofold helix; related with the transmission of hereditary data
  • Dandruff –  loose scales shed from the scalp; a condition in which white sizes of dead skin are shed by the scalp
  • Dehydration –  the procedure of extricating moisture; depletion of real fluids; dryness coming about because of the expulsion of water
  • Depressant – capable of discouraging physiological or mental action or reaction by a substance agent;  a sedate that decreases sensitivity and quiets an individual
  • Depression –  pushing down; sad sentiments of agony and inadequacy; angular separation underneath the skyline (particularly of a divine object); a concavity in a surface created by pressing; a mental state portrayed by a critical feeling of insufficiency and a discouraged absence of activity; a long haul monetary state described by joblessness and low costs and low degrees of exchange and investment; a period during the 1930s when there was an overall financial downturn and mass unemployment; a indented or discouraged land formation; a condition of sadness and anhedonia so extreme as to require clinical intervention; an air mass of lower pressure; frequently brings precipitation
  • Dermatitis –  inflammation of the skin; skin gets bothersome and may create rankles
  • Dermatologist –  a specialist who has practical experience in the physiology and pathology of the skin
  • Diabetes Mellitus –  diabetes brought about by a family member or supreme insufficiency of insulin and described by polyuria
  • Diagnosis –  identifying the nature or reason for some marvel
  • Diaphragm –  a mechanical gadget in a camera that controls size of gap of the lens; electro-acoustic transducer that vibrates to get or deliver sound waves; a prophylactic gadget comprising of an adaptable arch formed cup made of elastic or plastic; it is loaded up with spermicide and fitted over the uterine cervix; (anatomy) a strong parcel isolating the stomach and thoracic holes; works in breath
  • Diarrhea –  frequent and watery defecations; can be an indication of contamination or food contamination or colitis or a gastrointestinal tumor
  • Dietitian –  a expert in the investigation of nourishment
  • Dislocation –  the demonstration of disturbing a built up request so it neglects to continue; an occasion that outcomes in a relocation or discontinuity; a uprooting of a section (particularly a bone) from its typical situation (as in the shoulder or the vertebral segment)
  • Down Syndrome –  a inborn issue brought about by having an extra 21st chromosome; brings about a level face and short stature and mental hindrance
  • Dyslexia –  impaired capacity to figure out how to peruse
  • EEG –  a graphical record of electrical movement of the mind; created by an electroencephalograph
  • ER –  a room in a clinic or center staffed and prepared to give crisis care to people requiring prompt restorative treatment; a trivalent metallic component of the uncommon earth gathering; happens with yttrium
  • Ear Canal –  either of the sections in the external ear from the auricle to the tympanic film
  • Eardrum –  the film in the ear that vibrates to sound
  • Eczema –  generic term for provocative states of the skin; especially with vesiculation in the intense stages
  • Edema –  swelling from over the top collection of serous liquid in tissue
  • Enamel –  any smooth reflexive covering that takes after clay glaze; a paint that dries to a hard polished finish; hard white substance covering the crown of a tooth; a hued shiny compound (obscure or somewhat murky) that is melded to the outside of metal or glass or earthenware for enhancement or protection; verb coat, trim, or surface with lacquer
  • Encopresis –  involuntary crap not inferable from physical deformities or ailment
  • Enuresis –  inability to control the progression of pee and automatic pee
  • Epidermis –  the external layer of the skin covering the outside body surface of vertebrates
  • Epiglottis –  a fold of ligament that covers the windpipe while gulping
  • Epilepsy –  a confusion of the focal sensory system portrayed by loss of awareness and spasms
  • Epistaxis –  bleeding from the nose
  • Esophagus –  the entry between the pharynx and the stomach
  • Eustachian Tube –  either of the combined cylinders associating the center ears to the nasopharynx; evens out gaseous tension on the different sides of the eardrum
  • Exhale – expel air; give out (breath or a smell)
  • Farsighted – able to see far off articles clearly; planning judiciously for the future
  • Fever –  intense apprehensive anticipation; a ascend in the temperature of the body; as often as possible a side effect of contamination
  • Fiber –  a leatherlike material made by packing layers of paper or cloth; a thin and enormously lengthened strong substance; the intrinsic complex of qualities that decide a people good and moral activities and responses
  • Floss –  a delicate approximately bent string utilized in embroidery; a delicate string for cleaning the spaces between the teeth; verb use dental floss to clean
  • Flu –  an intense febrile profoundly infectious viral malady
  • Fluoride –  a salt of hydrofluoric corrosive
  • Fracture –  the demonstration of splitting something; breaking of hard tissue, for example, bone; (geology) a split in the world’s covering coming about because of the relocation of one side concerning the other; verb fracture a bone of; break (a bone); become fractured; violate or abuse; break into pieces; interrupt, break, or pulverize
  • Frostbite –  destruction of tissue by freezing and portrayed by shivering, rankling and conceivably gangrene
  • Gastritis –  inflammation of the coating of the stomach; sickness and loss of craving and uneasiness subsequent to eating
  • Gastroenteritis –  inflammation of the stomach and digestion tracts; can be brought about by Salmonella enteritidis
  • Genetics –  the part of science that reviews heredity and variety in living beings
  • Gingivitis –  inflammation of the gums
  • Glucagon –  a hormone discharged by the pancreas; invigorates increments in glucose levels in the blood (along these lines restricting the activity of insulin)
  • Glucose –  a monosaccharide sugar that has a few structures; a significant wellspring of physiological vitality
  • Gluteus Maximus –  the furthest of the three gluteal muscles
  • Glycogen –  one structure in which body fuel is put away; put away basically in the liver and separated into glucose when required by the body
  • Grieving – sorrowful through misfortune or hardship
  • Development Hormone –  a hormone created by the front pituitary organ; advances development in people
  • Gynecologist –  a expert in gynecology
  • Hand –  physical assistance; terminal part of the forelimb in specific vertebrates (for example primates or kangaroos); a pivoting pointer on the substance of a timepiece; the (prehensile) limit of the unrivaled limb; ability; one of different sides of an issue; a round of praise to connote approval; the cards held in a game by a given player at any given time; a position given by its area to the side of an object; a individual from the team of a ship; a unit of length equivalent to 4 inches; utilized in estimating horses; something composed by hand; a player in a round of bridge; a enlisted worker on a homestead or ranch; verb guide or lead or usher somewhere; place into the hands or guardianship of
  • Foot –  travel by walking; any of different organs of headway or connection in invertebrates; a support looking like a pedal extremity; the part of the leg of an individual underneath the lower leg joint; the lower some portion of anything; a individual from an observation group who deals with foot or rides as a passenger; a direct unit of length equivalent to 12 inches or 33% of a yard; the pedal furthest point of vertebrates other than human beings; lowest backing of a structure; (prosody) a gathering of 2 or 3 syllables shaping the fundamental unit of graceful rhythm; an armed force unit comprising of officers who battle on foot; verb add a section of numbers; walk; pay for something
  • Roughage Fever –  a occasional rhinitis coming about because of an unfavorably susceptible response to dust
  • Headache –  pain in the head brought about by expansion of cerebral supply routes or muscle compressions or a response to drugs; something or somebody that causes tension; a wellspring of misery
  • Hearing Loss –  partial or complete loss of hearing
  • Warmth Exhaustion –  a condition set apart by wooziness and queasiness and shortcoming brought about by consumption of body liquids and electrolytes
  • Hemangioma –  benign angioma comprising of a mass of veins; some show up as pigmentations
  • Hematoma –  a restricted growing loaded up with blood
  • Hemophilia –  congenital inclination to uncontrolled dying; as a rule influences guys and is transmitted from mother to child
  • Heredity –  the aggregate of acquired attributes; the natural procedure whereby hereditary elements are transmitted starting with one age then onto the next
  • Herpes Zoster –  a herpes infection that causes shingles; eruptions along a nerve way regularly joined by serious neuralgia
  • Histamine –  amine framed from histidine that animates gastric emissions and expands veins; discharged by the human invulnerable framework during hypersensitive responses
  • Hives –  an bothersome skin emission described by weals with pale insides and well-characterized red edges; for the most part the consequence of an unfavorably susceptible reaction to bug chomps or nourishment or medications
  • Hormone –  the discharge of an endocrine organ that is transmitted by the blood to the tissue on which it has a particular impact
  • Hydrocephalus –  an irregular condition in which cerebrospinal liquid gathers in the ventricles of the cerebrum; in babies it can cause anomalous quick development of the head and swelling fontanelles and a little face; in grown-ups the side effects are basically neurological
  • Hydrocortisone –  an adrenal-cortex hormone (exchange names Hydrocortone or Cortef) that is dynamic in sugar and protein digestion
  • Hydrogen Peroxide –  a gooey fluid with solid oxidizing properties; an amazing dying specialist; likewise utilized as a disinfectant and (in solid fixations) as an oxidant in rocket fills
  • Hyperglycemia –  abnormally high glucose for the most part connected with diabetes
  • Hyperopia –  abnormal condition in which vision for far off items is superior to for close to objects
  • Hyperventilate – breathe unnecessarily hard and fast; produce hyperventilation in
  • Hypoglycemia –  abnormally low glucose for the most part coming about because of inordinate insulin or a horrible eating routine
  • Hypothermia –  subnormal internal heat level
  • I –  the ninth letter of the Roman alphabet; a nonmetallic component having a place with the incandescent lamp; utilized particularly in medication and photography and in colors; happens normally just in mix in little amounts (as in ocean water or shakes)
  • ICU –  a clinic unit staffed and prepared to give escalated care
  • IV –  administration of supplements through a vein
  • Ibuprofen –  a nonsteroidal calming prescription (exchange names Advil and Motrin and Nuprin) used to ease the torment of joint inflammation and as a pain relieving and antipyretic
  • Ileus –  blockage of the digestive tract (particularly the ileum) that keeps the substance of the digestive system from going to the lower inside
  • Safe System –  a framework (counting the thymus and bone marrow and lymphoid tissues) that shields the body from remote substances and pathogenic life forms by creating the safe reaction
  • Immunotherapy –  therapy intended to deliver invulnerability to a sickness or to improve opposition by the resistant framework
  • Impetigo –  a extremely infectious contamination of the skin; normal in kids; restricted redness forms into little rankles that slowly hull and dissolve
  • Infection –  (international law) wrongdoing that spoils or pollutes a ship or load rendering it obligated to seizure; moral debasement or contamination; an occurrence in which an irresistible malady is transmitted; (medicine) the intrusion of the body by pathogenic microorganisms and their increase which can prompt tissue harm and disease; (phonetics) the adjustment of a discourse sound affected by a neighboring sound; the obsessive state coming about because of the attack of the body by pathogenic microorganisms; the correspondence of a frame of mind or passionate state among various individuals
  • Influenza –  an intense febrile profoundly infectious viral sickness
  • Inhale – draw in (air); draw profound into the lungs in by relaxing
  • Inhaler –  a container that creates a synthetic fume to be breathed in so as to calm nasal blockage
  • Injection –  the powerful addition of a substance under pressure; the demonstration of placing a fluid into the body by methods for a syringe; any arrangement that is infused (as into the skin)
  • Insulin –  hormone discharged by the isles of Langerhans in the pancreas; manages capacity of glycogen in the liver and quickens oxidation of sugar in cells
  • Escalated Care Unit –  a medical clinic unit staffed and prepared to give concentrated consideration
  • Automatic Muscle –  a muscle that agreements without cognizant control and found in dividers of inward organs, for example, stomach and digestive system and bladder and veins (barring the heart)
  • Iris –  diaphragm comprising of slight covering plates that can be acclimated to change the breadth of a focal opening; muscular stomach that controls the size of the student; it frames the shaded segment of the eye; plants with sword-molded leaves and erect stalks bearing brilliant hued blossoms made out of three petals and three hanging sepals
  • Crabby Entrail Syndrome –  recurrent stomach torment and looseness of the bowels (frequently exchanging with times of clogging); regularly connected with enthusiastic pressure
  • Jaundice –  yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes brought about by an aggregation of bile color (bilirubin) in the blood; can be an indication of gallstones or liver contamination or anemia; a harsh and severe manner; verb affect with, or as though with, jaundice; distort antagonistically
  • Garbage Food –  food that preferences great yet is high in calories having minimal healthy benefit
  • Adolescent Rheumatoid Arthritis –  a type of rheumatoid joint pain that influences kids; huge joints become excited and bone development might be hindered
  • Kawasaki Disease –  an intense infection of small kids portrayed by a rash and swollen lymph hubs and fever; of obscure reason
  • Keratin –  a stringy scleroprotein that happens in the external layer of the skin and in horny tissues, for example, hair quills nails and hooves
  • Kidney –  either of two bean-molded excretory organs that channel squanders (particularly urea) from the blood and discharge them and water in pee
  • Laparoscopy –  laparotomy performed with a laparoscope that makes a little cut to analyze the stomach depression (particularly the ovaries and Fallopian tubes)
  • Larynx –  a cartilaginous structure at the highest point of the trachea; contains versatile vocal lines that are the wellspring of the vocal tone in discourse
  • Lens –  a straightforward optical gadget used to meet or veer transmitted light and to shape images; electronic gear that uses an attractive or electric field so as to center a light emission straightforward body arranged behind the iris in the eye; it concentrates light waves on the retina; (metaphor) a channel through which something can be seen or understood; genus of little erect or climbing herbs with pinnate leaves and little subtle white blossoms and little smoothed units: lentils
  • Ligament –  any association or binding together bond; a sheet or band of intense stringy tissue interfacing bones or ligaments or supporting muscles or organs
  • Lunula –  a bow formed metal adornment of the Bronze Age; the sickle molded zone at the base of the human fingernail
  • Lyme Disease –  an intense fiery illness portrayed by a rash with joint expanding and fever; brought about by microorganisms conveyed by the nibble of a deer tick
  • Lymph –  a dainty coagulable liquid (like plasma however) containing white platelets (lymphocytes) and chyle; is passed on to the circulatory system by lymphatic vessels
  • Lymph Node –  the wellspring of lymph and lymphocytes
  • MRI –  the utilization of atomic attractive reverberation of protons to create proton thickness pictures
  • Malocclusion –  (dentistry) a condition where the contradicting teeth don’t work regularly
  • Melanin –  insoluble shades that record for the shade of for example skin and scales and plumes
  • Menstruation –  the month to month release of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant ladies from pubescence to menopause
  • Microscope –  magnifier of the picture of little articles
  • Migraine –  a serious repeating vascular cerebral pain; happens more much of the time in ladies than men
  • Mononucleosis –  an intense illness described by fever and swollen lymph hubs and an irregular increment of mononuclear leucocytes or monocytes in the circulatory system; not exceptionally infectious; some trust it tends to be transmitted by kissing
  • Mucous Membrane –  mucus-emitting film coating all body pits or sections that speak with the outside
  • Mucus –  protective discharge of the mucous films; in the gut it greases up the section of nourishment and ensures the epithelial cells; in the nose and throat and lungs it can make it hard for microbes to infiltrate the body through the epithelium
  • Various Sclerosis –  a constant dynamic apprehensive issue including loss of myelin sheath around certain nerve strands
  • Myalgia –  pain in a muscle or gathering of muscles
  • Myopia –  (ophthalmology) visual perception anomaly coming about because of the eye’s broken refractive capacity; inaccessible articles seem obscured
  • Nasal Cavity –  either of the two holes lying between the floor of the skull and the top of the mouth and reaching out from the face to the pharynx
  • Nausea –  disgust so solid it makes you feel sick; the express that goes before heaving
  • Navel –  scar where the umbilical string was attached; the focus point or center of something
  • Nearsighted – unable to see far off articles obviously
  • Nebulizer –  a allocator that turns a fluid, (for example, fragrance) into a fine fog
  • Nephropathy –  a sickness influencing the kidneys
  • Nerves –  control of your emotions; an uneasy mental state
  • Anxious System –  the tangible and control mechanical assembly comprising of a system of nerve cells
  • Neurologist –  a restorative pro in the sensory system and the disarranges influencing it
  • Neuropathy –  any pathology of the fringe nerves
  • Nicotine –  an alkaloid poison that happens in tobacco; utilized in medication and as a bug spray
  • Nutrition –  the logical investigation of nourishment and drink (particularly in humans); (physiology) the natural procedure of sustaining or being supported; the procedures by which a creature acclimatizes nourishment and utilizations it for development and maintenance; a wellspring of materials to feed the body
  • Oncologist –  a master in oncology
  • Operation –  the movement of working something (a machine or business etc.); a arranged action including numerous individuals performing different actions; a procedure or arrangement of acts particularly of a down to earth or mechanical nature engaged with a specific type of work; a restorative methodology including an entry point with instruments; performed to fix harm or capture ailment in a living body; activity by a military or maritime power (as a move or campaign); a business particularly one sudden spike in demand for a huge scale; (computer science) information preparing in which the outcome is totally indicated by a standard (particularly the handling that outcomes from a solitary instruction); process or way of working or operating; the condition of being in actuality or being operative; (mathematics) computation by numerical methods; (psychology) the presentation of some composite psychological action; an activity that influences mental substance
  • Ophthalmologist –  a medicinal specialist work in the treatment of infections of the eye
  • Optician –  a specialist who makes glasses for helping imperfections of vision
  • Optometrist –  a individual talented in testing for imperfections of vision so as to recommend remedial glasses
  • Orthodontist –  a dental specialist represent considerable authority in the anticipation or adjustment of anomalies of the teeth
  • Osteoporosis –  abnormal loss of hard tissue bringing about delicate permeable bones inferable from an absence of calcium; generally regular in postmenopausal ladies
  • Otalgia –  an throb limited in the center or inward ear
  • Otitis Media –  inflammation of the center ear; basic in kids
  • Otolaryngologist –  a pro in the disarranges of the ear or nose or throat
  • Palate –  the upper surface of the mouth that isolates the oral and nasal pits
  • Pancreas –  a huge prolonged exocrine organ situated behind the stomach; secretes pancreatic juice and insulin
  • Pediatrician –  a authority being taken care of by babies
  • Peritonitis –  inflammation of the peritoneum
  • Perspiration –  salty liquid emitted by sweat glands; the procedure of the perspiration organs of the skin discharging a salty liquid
  • Oil Jelly –  a semisolid blend of hydrocarbons got from oil; utilized in therapeutic balms and for grease
  • Pilomotor Reflex –  reflex erection of hairs of the skin because of cold or passionate pressure or skin bothering
  • Pimple –  a little aroused height of the skin; a pustule or papule; regular side effect in skin break out
  • Pinna –  division of a typically pinnately isolated leaf; the remotely noticeable cartilaginous structure of the outside ear
  • Plaque –  (pathology) a little irregular fix on or inside the body; a commemoration made of metal
  • Pneumonia –  respiratory infection portrayed by irritation of the lung parenchyma (barring the bronchi) with clog brought about by infections or microscopic organisms or aggravations
  • Pollen –  the fine spores that contain male gametes and that are borne by an anther in a blossoming plant
  • Polydipsia –  excessive thirst (as in instances of diabetes or kidney brokenness)
  • Polyuria –  renal clutter described by the generation of huge volumes of pale weaken pee; regularly connected with diabetes
  • Pregnant – carrying creating posterity inside the body or being going to deliver new life; filled with or went to with; rich in criticalness or suggestion
  • Prosthesis –  corrective comprising of a swap for a piece of the body
  • Protein –  any of a huge gathering of nitrogenous natural intensifies that are fundamental constituents of living cells; comprise of polymers of amino acids; basic in the eating routine of creatures for development and for fix of tissues; can be gotten from meat and eggs and milk and vegetables
  • Puberty –  the time of life when sex organs become utilitarian
  • Pulmonary – relating to or influencing the lungs
  • Pulse –  the musical constriction and extension of the veins with each beat of the heart; edible seeds of different pod-bearing plants (peas or beans or lentils etc.); the rate at which the heart thumps; typically estimated to get a brisk assessment of an individual’s health; (electronics) a sharp transient wave in the ordinary electrical state (or a progression of such transients); verb produce or adjust (as electromagnetic waves) as short blasts or heartbeats or cause a mechanical assembly to deliver pulses; drive by or as though by pulsation; expand and contract musically; beat musically
  • Pupil –  contractile gap in the iris of the eye; a youngster going to class (up through senior high school); a student who is taken on an instructive organization
  • Quadriplegia –  paralysis of the two arms and the two legs
  • REM –  (Roentgen Identical Man) the measurements of ionizing radiation that will make a similar measure of damage human tissue as 1 roentgen of X-rays; a repeating rest state during which dreaming happens; a condition of quickly moving eye developments during rest
  • Radiologist –  a restorative expert who utilizes radioactive substances and X-beams in the treatment of malady
  • Rash – imprudently causing risk; marked by insubordinate dismissal for threat or consequences;  a arrangement of sudden and undesirable occurrences; any red ejection of the skin
  • Respiratory Syncytial Virus –  a paramyxovirus that structures syncytia in tissue culture and that is liable for extreme respiratory sicknesses, for example, bronchiolitis and bronchial pneumonia (particularly in youngsters)
  • Retainer –  a dental apparatus that holds teeth (or a prosthesis) in position after orthodontic treatment; a expense charged ahead of time to hold the administrations of someone; a individual working in the administration of another (particularly in the family unit)
  • Retina –  the light-touchy layer covering the back mass of the eyeball; it is constant with the optic nerve
  • Rheumatologist –  a doctor gaining practical experience in rheumatic infections
  • Rhinitis –  an aggravation of the mucous layer coating the nose (for the most part connected with nasal release)
  • Rhinovirus –  any of a gathering of picornaviruses that are answerable for some upper respiratory diseases
  • Ringworm –  infections of the skin or nails brought about by growths and showing up as tingling round patches
  • Roseola –  any red ejection of the skin
  • Rotavirus –  the reovirus causing baby enteritis
  • Saliva –  a clear fluid discharged into the mouth by the salivary organs and mucous organs of the mouth; dampens the mouth and starts the processing of starches
  • Scab –  the crustlike surface of a recuperating skin lesion; someone who works (or gives laborers) during a strike; verb form a scab; take the work environment of somebody protesting
  • Scabies –  a infectious skin disease brought about by the tingle vermin; described by industrious tingling and skin aggravation
  • Scar –  a mark left (generally on the skin) by the mending of harmed tissue; an sign of damage; verb mark with a scar
  • Red Fever –  an intense transferable illness (for the most part in kids) described by fever and a red rash
  • Sclera –  whitish sinewy film (albuginea) that with the cornea frames the external covering of the eyeball
  • Scoliosis –  an anomalous sidelong bend to the vertebral segment
  • Sebum –  the sleek discharge of the sebaceous organs; with sweat it saturates and ensures the skin
  • Seizure –  the claiming something by lawful process; a abrupt event (or repeat) of a disease; the demonstration of persuasively confiscating a proprietor of property; the demonstration of taking of an individual by power
  • Shingles –  eruptions along a nerve way regularly joined by extreme neuralgia
  • Sinusitis –  inflammation of one of the paranasal sinuses
  • Skin Test –  any test to decide insusceptibility or affectability to a sickness by bringing modest quantities on or into the skin
  • Snot –  nasal mucus; a individual viewed as haughty and irritating
  • Social Worker –  someone utilized to give social administrations (particularly to the burdened)
  • Spinal Tap –  removal by centesis of liquid from the subarachnoid space of the lumbar locale of the spinal line for demonstrative or restorative purposes
  • Spirometer –  a estimating instrument for estimating the imperative limit of the lungs
  • Sprain –  a difficult damage to a joint brought about by an unexpected twisting of its ligaments; verb twist abruptly to sprain
  • Stapes –  the stirrup-molded ossicle that transmits sound from the incus to the cochlea.
  • Sternutation –  a side effect comprising of the automatic removal of air from the nose
  • Stethoscope –  a restorative instrument for tuning in to the sounds created inside the body
  • Strain –  an serious or vicious exertion; (physics) misshapening of a physical body under the activity of applied forces; injury to a muscle (regularly brought about by abuse); brings about expanding and pain; (psychology) anxiety coming about because of mental stress; the demonstration of singing; an effortful endeavor to accomplish a goal; a genealogy or race of people; the general importance or substance of an utterance; a progression of notes framing a particular sequence; a unique assortment of trained creatures inside a species; (biology) a gathering of life forms inside an animal categories that vary in insignificant manners from comparable groups; difficulty that causes stress or passionate tension; verb use to the most extreme; apply energetically or to full capacity; become extended or tense or taught; cause to be tense and uneasy or apprehensive or anxious; alter the state of (something) by stress; to apply a lot of exertion or energy; rub through a strainer or procedure in an electric blender; remove by going through a filter; separate by going through a sifter or other stressing gadget to isolate out coarser elements; test the points of confinement of
  • Strep Throat –  an contamination of the oral pharynx and tonsils by streptococcus
  • Stress –  the relative noticeable quality of a syllable or melodic note (particularly concerning pressure or pitch); (physics) power that produces strain on a physical body; difficulty that causes stress or enthusiastic tension; special accentuation connected to something; (psychology) a condition of mental or passionate strain or suspense; verb put weight on; absolute with an accent; to stress, single out as important; test the breaking points of
  • Stye –  an contamination of the sebaceous organ of the eyelid
  • Surgery –  a room where a specialist or dental specialist can be consulted; the part of therapeutic science that treats malady or damage by usable procedures; a restorative method including an entry point with instruments; performed to fix harm or capture infection in a living body; a room in a medical clinic prepared for the exhibition of careful activities
  • Suture –  thread of catgut or silk or wire utilized by specialists to fasten tissues together; a crease utilized in surgery; an unfaltering joint (particularly between the bones of the skull); verb join with a suture
  • Syringe –  a restorative instrument used to infuse or pull back fluids; verb spray or water (a body part) with a syringe
  • Tinnitus –  a ringing or blasting sensation in one or the two ears; a side effect of an ear contamination or Meniere’s infection
  • Tobacco –  leaves of the tobacco plant dried and arranged for smoking or ingestion; aromatic yearly or enduring herbs and bushes
  • Tonsillectomy –  surgical expulsion of the palatine tonsils; regularly performed alongside adenoidectomy
  • Tonsillitis –  inflammation of the tonsils (particularly the palatine tonsils)
  • Trachea –  membranous tube with cartilaginous rings that passes on breathed in air from the larynx to the bronchi; one of the tubules framing the respiratory arrangement of most bugs and numerous 8-legged creature
  • Tragus –  a little cartilaginous fold before the outer opening of the ear
  • Ultrasound –  very high recurrence sound; utilized in ultrasonography; using the impressions of high-recurrence sound waves to build a picture of a body organ (a sonogram); usually used to watch fetal development or concentrate real organs
  • Umbilical Cord –  membranous pipe associating the baby with the placenta
  • Undescended Testicle –  a testis that neglects to move into the scrotum as the male embryo creates
  • Urinalysis –  (medicine) the compound investigation of pee (for medicinal conclusion)
  • Urinary Tract Infection –  any disease of any of the organs of the urinary tract
  • Urine –  liquid excretory item
  • Urticaria –  an irritated skin emission portrayed by weals with pale insides and well-characterized red edges; normally the consequence of an unfavorably susceptible reaction to creepy crawly nibbles or nourishment or medications
  • Vaccine –  immunogen comprising of a suspension of debilitated or dead pathogenic cells infused so as to invigorate the creation of antibodies
  • Violence –  an demonstration of hostility (as one against an individual who resists); a fierce state bringing about wounds and decimation etc.; the property of being wild or violent
  • Virus –  (virology) ultramicroscopic irresistible operator that imitates itself just inside cells of living hosts; many are pathogenic; a bit of nucleic corrosive (DNA or RNA) enclosed by a dainty layer of protein; a programming program fit for repeating itself and normally equipped for making incredible mischief documents or different projects on the equivalent computer; a unsafe or undermining office
  • Vitreous Body –  the clear dry straightforward jam that fills the back council of the eyeball
  • Wheeze –  breathing with an imposing or whistling sound; (Briticism) a cunning or interesting plan or trick; verb breathe with trouble
  • Whitehead –  a little whitish irregularity in the skin because of a stopped up sebaceous gland; English logician and mathematician who teamed up with Bertrand Russell (1861-1947)
  • X-ray –  a radiogram made by presenting photographic film to X beams; utilized in therapeutic diagnosis; electromagnetic radiation of short wavelength created when fast electrons strike a strong target; verb take a x-beam of something or somebody; examine by taking x-beams
  • Yawn –  an automatic admission of breath through an all the way open mouth; for the most part activated by weakness or boredom; verb utter a yawn, as from absence of oxygen or when one is tired; be all the way open
  • Yellow Fever –  caused by a flavivirus transmitted by a mosquito
  • Zoonosis –  an creature infection that can be transmitted to peopleW8MD team