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analyze To examine methodically by separating into the parts and studying their interrelations.
aneurysm A localized,pathological,blood-filled dilation of a blood vessel caused by a disease or weakening of the vessel's wall.
anorexia Loss of appetite, especially a a result of disease.
arrhythmia Any abnormality in the rhythm of the heartbeat; also referred to as dysrhythmia.
ascites An abnormal accumulation of serous fluid in the abnormal cavity.
sieve A meshed or perforated device for separating fine particles from coarser ones.
spleen The spleen through several small incisions.
splenectomy Removal of the spleen through several small incisions.
supersede To replace in power, authority, effectiveness, acceptance,use, etc.,as by another person or thing.
syncope The medical term for fainting or passing out.
pruritus Pruritus is a skin condition in which a person faces severe impulse to itch. All about anal
rhythm Rhythm is the repetition or alternation of elements, often with defined intervals between them.
sagittal A longitudinal plane that divides the body of a bilaterally symmetrical animal into right and left sections.
sedentary a sedentary lifestyle is a type of lifestyle with no or irregular physical activity.
sequela An aftereffect of disease, condition, or injury.
inoculate to introduce immunologically active material (as an antibody or antigen) into especially in order to treat or prevent a disease <inoculate children against diphtheria>
intraocular implanted in,occurring within,or administered by entering the eyeball.
intussisception the slipping of a length of intestine into the an adjacent portion usually producing obstruction; the deposition of new particles of formative material among those already embodied in a tissue or structure (as in the growth of living organisms)
ischemia Deficient supply of blood to a body part (as the heart or brain)that is due to obstruction of the inflow of arterial blood( as by the narrowing of arteries by spasm or disease.)
melanin Any of various black,dark brown, reddish brown, or yellow pigments of animal or plant structures(as skin,hair,the choroid,or a raw potato when exposed to air.
syphilis syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the spirochete bacterium Trepone.
tonsils Your tonsils and adenoids are part of your lymphatic system. Your tonsils are in the back of your throat. Your adenoids are higher up,behind your nose.
tonsillectomy surgical removal of the tonsils
Tricuspid Having three cusps or points,such as a tooth;a tricuspid valve is located between the right atrium and and right ventricle of the heart.
Ventricle The two lower chambers of the heart; there is a right and a left ventricle in the heart
menstruation The cyclic, hormonally generated sloughing of the uterine endometrium, between puberty and menopause;body vaginal discharge.
oophorectomy Excision (surgical removal) of an ovary.
ophthalmology study of the eyes and their diseases.
orthopnea Labored breathing with lying flat,relieved by sitting upright(symptoms of heart failure)
pacemaker An artificial device for stimulating the heart muscle and regulating its contractions; The part of the heart muscle that normally performs this role.
hemoptysis hemoptysis is the spitting of blood that originated in the lungs or bronchial tubes.
hemorrhoids Hemorrhoids are painful,swollen veins in the lower portion of the rectum or anus,very common, especially during pregnancy and after childbirth: result from increased pressure in the veins of the anus. The pressure causes the veins to swell, making t
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