Prognosis is the prediction of the course and end of a disease and the estimated chance of recovery.
Retroversion refers to tipping backward of an organ (such as the uterus) from its normal position.
pertaining to two sides
bacteria linked together in pairs
Diplobacteria reproduce in such a manner that they are joined together in pairs.
paralysis of one half of the body
excessive, above normal
excessive calcium in the blood
instrument for examining small (objects)
The microscope is an optical instrument that greatly magnifies minute objects.
An example of monotherapy is treatment using only a single drug or a single treatment modality.
pertaining to one nucleus
woman who has been pregnant more than once
fear of many things
woman during her first pregnancy
paralysis of four limbs
Triceps describes a muscle arising by three heads with a single insertion, as the triceps brachii of the posterior arm.
from, away from
movement of a limb away from (an axis of) the body
act of leading, brining, conducting
movement of a limb toward (an axis of) the body
pertaining to around the kidney
pertaining to around a tooth
Diarrhea is a condition of abnormally frequent discharge or flow of fluid fecal matter from the bowel.
pertaining to across or through the vagina
forming outside the body or structure
An ectogenous infection is one that originates outsie of the body.
turning outward (of one or both eyes)
outside the skull
Endocrine describes a gland that secretes directly into the bloodstream.
within the muscle
near, beside; beyond
beside the nose
pertaining to the upper part of a structure
above; excessive; superior
pertaining to above the kidney
pertaining to sound beyond (that which can be heard by the human ear)
without a breast
Amastia may be the result of a congenital defect, an endocrine disorder, or mastectomy.
Anesthesia may be a artial or complete loss of sensation with or without loss of consciosness.
Antibacterials are substances that kill bacteria or inhibit their growth or replication.
against conception or impregnation
Contraceptive techniques prevent pregnancy by means of medication, a device, or a method that blocks or alters one or more of the processes of reproduction.
slow heart rate
bad; painful; difficult
A heterograft, also called a xenograft, is a transplant of tissue from another species that is used as a temporary graft in certain cases, as in treating a severly burned patient when tissue from the patient or from a tissue bank is not available.
A homograft, also called an allograft, is a transplant of tissue obtained from a member of the patient's own species. Commonly transplanted organs include bone, kidney, lung, and heart. Recipients take immunosuppressive drugs to prevent tissue rejection.
formation of new tissue similar to that already existing in a part
Pseudocyesis is a condition in which a woman believes she is pregnant when she is not and begins to develop all the physical characteristics associated with pregnancy.
union, together, joined
condition of joined fingers or toes
Syndactylism varies in degree of severity from incomplete webbing of the skin of two digits to complete union of digits and fusion of the bones and nails.