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new formation that serves no purpose neoplasm
bilateral symmetrical nonprogressive paralysis cerebral palsy
narrowing of pylorus. from obstructive flow of chyme into small intestine. more common in male infants pyloric stenosis
obstruction of colon with feces as a result of inadequate intestinal motility hirschsprung disease
signs include abdominal distension feeding difficulties, fever, diarrhea hirschsprung disease
disease of newborn characterized by excessive rates of red blood cell destruction, from incompatibility between maternal and fetal blood. erythroblastosis fetalis
congenital heart defect in which there is an abnormal opening between right and left ventricle ventricle septal defect
abnormal opening between right and left atria atrial septal defect
malformation in portion of wall of aorta that causes narrowing of aortal lumen coartation of aorta
defect resulting from failure of ductus arteriosus to close patent ductus arteriosus
narrowing of opening into pulmonary artery from right ventricle pulmonary stenosis
mass of blood formed between skull and outer membrane covering brain contusion
not true about tonsilitis onset is generally slow and marked by fever and chills
from chronic alcohlism bacteria virus rheumatic fever myocarditis
determine wheter paraplegia of quadriplegic location of spinal cord injury type of trauma on cord and severity of trauma
found in strep throat chorea
diagnostic procedures for plastic anemia red blood cell count white blood cell count bone marrow
local dilation of an artery or chamber of the heart due to weakening of its walls aneurysm
initial symptom of mono malaise and chills
rheumatic fever tends to be recurrent within 5 years
cause of migrane head aches blood flow disruption
complication of influenza caused pneumonia bronchitis
classic symptom of pericarditis pleuritic pain
pneumonias caused by.. viruses bacteria of rickettsiae
congestive heart failure can result in.. peripheral edema and pulmonary edema
bacterial meningitis causes nuchal regidity
radiation exposure can result in.. lung cancer
deficiency of dopamine is related to .. parkinsons
major differnce between symptoms of angina pectoris and myocardial infartion length of time the pain occurs
noninflamatory degeneration of nerves suppling the muscles of the extremities peropherial neuritis
prevention of epilepsy aviodance of head injury and prompt treatment of brain infections
treatment for diabetes mellitus includes.. diet exercise and insulin
life threatening condition caused by narrowing of the coronary arteries with subsequent necrosis of the heart muscle myocardial infarction
life threatening complication of hypothyroidism goitrogens
cuase of myocarditis chronic alcoholism
pulmonary tuberculosis is more common in.. elderly adults
cause of alzheimers disease may be autoimmune reactions
treament of pernicious anemia includes injections of vitamen B12
megaloblasts are found in folic acid deficiency anemia
classic manifestation of graves disease goiter symptoms of thyrotoxicosis opthalmopathy
cervical collar may be used to treat herniated intervertebral disk
life long with remission myasthenia gravis
inability to achieve penile erection impotence
PMS occurs most frequantly in women intheir 30's and 40's
the challenge in treating adenocarcinoma of the kidney is that it is usually asymptomatic until later stages
testicular cancer is most common beofre age 40
autodigestive process that is severe usually life threatening is acute pancreatisis
cuased by unknown factors aphthous stomatitis
fatal complication of cystic fibrosis shock pneumonia ateletasis
physiological factors that can cause arousal and orgasmic dysfunction diabetes mellitus and multiple sclerosis
definitivemethod of diagnosinf crohns disease biopsy
concentration of various mineral salts in the renal pelvis renal calculi
complications include cardiovascular complications , gastrointestinal disorders blood normalities, infections acute tubular necrosis
dietary restrictions of protein sodium, and potassium chronic renal failure
caused by e. coli bacteria cystitis and urethritis
loss or impairment of bladder function caused by central nervous system injury to nerve supplying the bladder neurogenic bladder
risk factors include exposure to smoke or heavy metals adenocarcinoma of the kidney
predisposing factors include exposure to certain types of industrial chemicals tumors of the bladder
painful intercourse dyspareunia
symptoms include purulent urethral discharge dysuria and urinary frequency gonorrhea
highly infectious chronic sexually transmitted diseasae with lesions that may involve and organ or tissue syphilis
protoazoal infection of vagina, urethra , and prostate trichomoniasis
typically unilateral and is one of the most common infections of the male reproductive system epididymitis
overproliferation of cells within the inner portion of the prostate benign prostatic hyperplasia
predisposing factors include prior hsitory of mumps or inguinal hernia during childhood testicular cancer
causes of PMS may be water retention, estrogen imbalance psychological factors or dietary deficiencies
pain associated with menstruation dysmenorrhea
mislabeled as fibroids but are made of smooth muscle tissue uterine leiomyomas
benign well circumscribed tumor of fibrous and glandular breast tissue benign fibroadenoma
premature separation of a normally implanted placenta from uterine wall abruptio placentae
inflammation of the oral mucosa ; canker sores or cold sore stomatitis
most common stomach ailment ; inflammation and erosion of gastric mucosa gastritis
inflammation of stomach and small and intestine; intestinal flu travelers diarrhea or food poisoning gastroenteritis
protrusion of some portion of the stomach into thoracic cavity hiatal hernia
disease of small intestine marked by malabsorption, glutten intolerance damage to intestine celliac sprue
symptoms include nausea vomiting anorexia fever, malaise, diarrhea acute appendicitis
serious chronic inflammation usually of ileum with pain diarrhea lack of appetite and weight loss crohns disease
chronic inflammation and ulceration of the colon ulcerative colitis
acute inflammation of small pouch like herniations in the intestinal wall diverticulitis
factors may include loss of muscle tone from old age pregnancy and anal intercourse hemorrhoids
symptoms include rectal bleeding and blood in stool ; later on pallor ascities , cachexia , lymphadenopathy and hepatomegaly colorectal cancer
ionized salts present in blood tissue fluid and within cells electrolytes
nitrogen- based compound formed in muscle tissue passed into the blood stream and secreted in urine creatinine
abnormal component of urine formed from proteins that have precipitated in renal tubales. cast
one of the branches or recesses of the pelvis of the kidney into which the malpighian renal pyramids open calyx
abnormally low levels of protein called albumin in blood plasma hypoalbuminemia
temporary deficiency of blood in a oart of the body from an obstructed blood vessels ischemia
symptoms of ploycystic kidney disease include.. midlife
pyelonephritis is do to an infection by what bacteria E. coli
gradual progressive deterioration of kidney function chronic renal failure
acute tubular necrosis rapid destruction of tubular segments of nephrons in the kidney
treatment for acute tubular necrosis dialysis
what is renal calculi kidney stones
distension of renal pelvis and calyces of a kidney due to pressure from accumalating urine hydornephrosis
concentration or stone within the urinary tract urolith
uncommon malignant neoplasm of the epithelium of a nephron proximal convoluted tubule adenocarcinoma of the kidney
treatment for adenocarcinoma of the kidney nephrectomy
water soluble substances diffuse across a semipermeable membrane dialysis
blood is drawn outside the persons body for dialysis in an artificial kidney and returned through tubes hemodialysis
portion of the prostate is removed using instrument through the urethra transurethral resection
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