Unit II Anatomic Unit II Anatomic (apparatus) - functional integration of different in structure and origin of individual organs or body systems. are the following types of devices: accommodative eye - anatomical structures, providing accommodation of the eye;It includes the lens, ciliary band and the ciliary muscle; Articulating - bodies providing education speech sounds;It includes ...Continue Reading
Aortitis Aortitis (. Aortitis; Greek aeiro - lift + lat it (preformative suffix) - an inflammatory process..) - Inflammation of the aorta wall, manifested aortalgiey, enlarged aorta, and in the productive inflammatory process in the places of origin of the aortalarge artery - the symptoms of ischemia respective areas. are the following types of aortitis: Allergic (allergica) - aseptic ...Continue Reading
Angina Angina (angina; Latin ango - smother, constrict; synonym:. (Obsolete) throat toad.) - An acute infectious disease caused by staphylococci or streptococci, in rarer cases - by other microorganisms.For angina is characterized by inflammatory changes in lymphadenoid throat tissue, mainly in the tonsils, which are shown moderate general intoxication and sore throat. are the following t...Continue Reading
Anastomosis II Anastomosis II (anastomosis; synonym: anastomosis) surgery - communication between the hollow organs, body cavities or blood vessels created by surgery: are the following types of anastomosis: coronary artery (aortocoronaria) - Vascularbetween the coronary artery of the heart and thoracic aorta; biliodigestive (biliodigestiva) - between any part of the gastrointestinal...Continue Reading
Anastomosis Anastomosis I I in anatomy: Anastomosis - PNA (anatomical nomenclature of Paris);Gr.anastomosis - anastomosis from anastomoo - supply mouth, the opening - a natural connection between two hollow organs (such as ducts, blood vessels); anastomotic vessel (obsolete.) Connecting the two lymph or blood vessels. are the following types of anastomosis: Arterial (arterialis) -...Continue Reading
History History (anamnesis;. Greek anamnesis - the memory) - a set of data obtained during the medical examination of the subject by interviewing the patient and / or the people who knew him. history are the following types: Obstetric (obstetrica) - part of the history, dedicated to fertility (generative) functions of women (number of pregnancies, abortions and birth complications and ...Continue Reading
I Amputation Amputation I (lat amputatio -. Cut-off) - surgery to cut off a limb or its peripheral parts with the intersection (snacking, sawing), or bone removal body (breast, uterus, penis). are the following types of amputation: Beznadkostnichnaya (aperiostalis; Synonyms: amputation aperiosteal, Bunge amputation) - clipping, from sawing the bone produced by 10 mm distal to the level...Continue Reading
Amnesia Amnesia (amnesia; Greek amnesia - memory loss, forgetfulness.) - One of the memory disorders, manifested as a loss of the ability to store and play back previously acquired knowledge. are the following types of amnesia: anterograde (amnesia anterograda; lat anterius - up before + gradior - go.) - Amnesia for events that took place immediately after the painful mental condition ...Continue Reading
Amyloidosis Amyloidosis (amyloidosis; amylum Latin, Greek amylon - starch + Greek eidos - kind + Greek -ōsis (preformative suffix) - a disease; synonym:..... Amyloid degeneration) - extracellular disproteinoz, which is characterized by the deposition ofparamiloida tissue (amyloid);It leads to sclerosis, atrophy of the parenchyma and functional organ failure. Allocate amyloidosis: secon...Continue Reading
alopecia alopecia (alopecia Latin, Greek alopekia; synonyms: baldness, atrihoz, atrichia, Pelada, baldness..) - Temporary or permanent, partial or total loss of (lack of) hair. Types of alopecia: Congenital (congenita) - resistant, develops from birth; Congenital total (congenita totalis) - absence of hair all over the skin; inherent limitations (congenita circumscripta; synonym: atr...Continue Reading
I Amputation Amputation I (lat amputatio -. Cut-off) - surgery to cut off a limb or its peripheral parts with the intersection (snacking, sawi...
Amnesia Amnesia (amnesia; Greek amnesia - memory loss, forgetfulness.) - One of the memory disorders, manifested as a loss of the ability to s...
Amyloidosis Amyloidosis (amyloidosis; amylum Latin, Greek amylon - starch + Greek eidos - kind + Greek -ōsis (preformative suffix) - a disease...