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The rupture or tearing of a muscle
Any pathologic change of disease of muscle tissue.
Any pathologic change or disease in the spinal cord.
Any abnormal conditions or disease caused by a fungus.
A feeling of general discomfort, often the first indication of an infection or disease.
Frequent flow or loose or watery stools.
The surgical creation of an artificial excretory opening between the colon and the body surface.
Swelling caused by an abnormal accumulation of fluid in cell tissues or cavities of the body.
Pain in one or more joints.
Abnormal hardening of the walls of an artery or arteries.
Surgical removal of the appendix.
A radiographic study of the blood vessels after the injection of a contrast medium.
Lack of oxygen in the blood.
Mature red blood cell.
White blood cell
Viral condition of the gray matter of the spinal cord.
Suturing together the end of a severed nerve.
Inflammation of the tonsils.
The surgical puncture of the abdominal cavity to remove fluid.
Wound or injury
The medical screening of patients to determine their relative priority of need and the proper place of treatment.
Pain the stomach.
Inflammation of the stomach lining.
Inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the stomach and intestines.
Any disease of the stomach.
Pertaining to a virus.
A groove or crack-like sore of the skin; also normal folds in the contours of the brain.
An abnormal passage between two internal organs or leading from an organ to the surface of the body.
Abnormal condition, disease
The surgical creation of an artificial opening to the body surface.
bleeding abnormal excessive fluid discharge
flow or dicharge
Surgical removal / cutting out
Pain, painful condition
Bad, difficult, or painful
lower than normal arterial blood pressure
The elevation of arterial blood pressure to a level that is likely to cause damage to the cardiovascular system.
Abnormal enlargement of the liver.
The loss of a large amount of blood in a short time.
A torn or jagged wound or an accidental cut.
A pathologic change of tissues due to disease or injury
Invasion of the body by a patogenic organism
A localized response to an injury or to the destruction of tissues.
Any acute, inflammatory, pus-forming bacterial skin infection such as impertigo.
The burning sensation caused by the return of acidic stomach contents into the esophagus.
An examination technique in which the examiner's hands are used to feel the texture, size, consistency, and location of certain body parts.
A pounding or racing heart with or without irregularity in rhythm.
objective evidence of disease, such as a fever.
The formation or discharge of pus.
A set of signs and symptoms that occur together as part of a specific disease process.
Subjective evidence of a disease such as pain or headache.
Is the temporary, partial or complete disappearance of the symptoms of a disease without having achieved a cure.
The study of all aspects of diseases.
Between, but not within, the parts of a tissue.
Within the muscle.
Study of Ears, Nose, and Throat.
Is a prediction of the probable course and outcome of a disorder.
Act of rotation the arm so the palm of the hand is forward or upward.
Bones of the fingers and toes.
Above or outside the ribs.