Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America
Medizin, Médecine, Medicine

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Arzneimittel-Bezeichnungen

(E?)(L?) http://www.wordsmith.org/
Im Newsletter von wordsmith.org vom 24.06.2002 macht Mary Jo Peden auf folgenden Aspekt aufmerksam:
In den USA gibt es nur sehr wenige Arzeimittel deren Bezeichnung mit 'J' beginnt. Eine Rückfrage bei einer pharmazeutischen Firma ergab, dass die Verwendung des 'J' als Anfangsbuchstaben ungünstig für die internationale Vermarktung ist, da dieser Buchstabe nicht in allen Sprachen existiert und gerade die pharmazeutische industrie international ausgerichtet ist.

B

blood

(E?)(L1) http://www.pbs.org/wnet/redgold
The Epic Story of blood (from PBS = Public Broadcasting System)

C

cdc
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Englisch)

(E?)(L?) http://www.cdc.gov/


crd

(E?)(L?) http://www.crd.ge.com/esl/cgsp/projects/video/medical/vishuman.html
Flug durch das menschliche Skelett

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dentistonweb
Dental Dictionary
Dictionary of Dental Terms

(E?)(L?) http://www.dentistonweb.com/wisdomTooth/dictionary.shtml


deseretnews
Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary
Merriam-Webster - Medizin-Lexikon

(E?)(L?) http://www.deseretnews.com/intelihealth/dictionary.htm
Easy access to 40,000 medical words and definitions.

dmoz
Medicine
Verzeichnis medizinischer Lexika

(E?)(L?) http://dmoz.org/Reference/Dictionaries/By_Subject/Medicine


drugdigest
Drug Glossary
Medical Glossary

(E?)(L?) http://www.drugdigest.org/
(E?)(L?) http://www.drugdigest.org/DD/Glossary/Search/0,5021,,00.html

Find the definitions of almost 40,000 health- and drug-related terms in our online medical glossary.


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emory
Medical Etymology Anatomy

(E?)(L?) http://www.emory.edu/ANATOMY/AnatomyManual/Etymology.html

The following terms are taken from Medical Etymology. The History and Derivations of Medical Terms for Studens of Medicine, Dentistry, and Nursing. By: O.H. Perry Pepper, M.D. Professor of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.

abdomen | abducens | abductor | accessory | accommodation | acetabulum | acetylcholine | achilles | achondroplasia | acinus | acoustic | acromegaly | acromion | adductor | adenocarcinoma | adenoid | adipose | adrenal | adventitia | afferent | ala | albicans | alimentary | allantois | alveolus | ameloblast | ampulla | amygdala | anastomosis | anatomy | anencephaly | aneurysm | angio- | annulus | antero- | antrum | anus | aorta | apical | aponeurosis | appendix | aqueduct | arachnoid | areola | artery | articulation | arytenoid | ascites | astigmatism | astrocyte | ataxia | atelectasis | atheroma | atlas | atresia | atrium | atrophy | atropine | auditory | auricle | autonomic | autopsy | axial | axilla | axis | azygos | basilar | bicuspid | bile | biopsy | blastula | brachial | bradycardia | bregma | brevis | bronchial | bronchus | bruit | buccal | buccinator | bulla | bursa | cadaver | calcaneus | calyx | canthus | capillary | caput | Caput medusae | carcinoma | cardia | carina | carotid | cauda | cava | cecum | celiac | cell | cephalic | cerebellum | cerebrum | cervical | cervix | chiasm | choana | cholangitis | chondral | chorda | choroid | chyle | chyme | ciliary | circulation | cirrhosis | cisterna | clavicle | coccyx | coelom | collagen | commissure | condyle | conjunctiva | constrictor | conus | cornea | cornu | coronary | corpus | corpus | cortex | cranium | cremaster | cribriform | cricoid | crus | cuboid | cuneiform | cutaneous | cyst | cyto- | dactyl | decidua | deferens | deltoid | depressor | diaphragm | diastole | diencephalon | digastric | distal | dorsal | duodenum | dura | endocrine | ependyma | epicardium | epigastrium | epiphysis | epiploic | epispadas | erector | esophagus | ethmoid | eversion | extensor | extrinsic | falciform | fascia | femur | fibula | fimbria | flexor | follicle | foramen | fornix | fossa | fovea | frontal | fundus | ganglion | gastric | genitalia | genu | glabella | glans | glenoid | gluteal | gonad | gubernaculum | gut | gyrus | hallux | hamulus | helicotrema | helix | hernia | hilum | humerus | hydrocele | hyper | hypo | ilium | incisor | incus | inguinal | innominate | insertion | inter | intestine | inversion | in | in | ipsilateral | iris | ischium | jejunum | joint | jugular | kyphosis | labia | lacrimal | lateral | lemniscus | lenticular | levator | ligament | linea | lingula | lip | longissmus | longus | lordosis | lumbar | malleolus | mandible | masseter | mastication | mastoid | maxilla | meatus | mediastinum | meninges | mesentery | mesoderm | metacarpus | metatarsus | molar | muscle | mylohyoid | nares | navicular | node | nucha | oculomotor | olecranon | olfactory | omphalocele | ophthalmia | opponens | oral | orbicular | orbit | orchid | orifice | origin | ostium | -otomy | palate | palmar | pampiniform | panniculus | papilla | parasympathetic | parenchyma | parietal | parotid | patella | pectinate | pedicle | pelvis | penis | peri- | perineum | peroneal | pes | petrosal | phalanx | pharynx | phrenic | pia | pineal | pinna | piriform | pisiform | pituitary | plantar | platysma | pleura | pneumo | pons | portal | postero- | prepuce | pronate | proximal | psoas | pubis | pupil | pylorus | pyriform | quadratus | radius | rectum | rectus | renal | retina | retroversion | rhomboid | risorius | sacrum | sagittal | salpinx | saphenous | sartorius | scalenus | scaphoid | scapula | sciatic | sclera | sella | serosa | serratus | sesamoid | shoulder | sigmoid | sinus | skeleton | skin | skull | socket | soleus | soma | sphenoid | sphincter | spine | splanchnic | spleen | squamous | stapes | stenosis | sternum | stomach | styloid | sulcus | supinator | supra | sustenaculum | suture | sympathetic | symphysis | synapse | syndactylism | systole | tachycardia | taenia | talipes | talus | temporal | tendon | tensor | thenar | thorax | thymus | thyroid | tibia | tongue | tonsil | tooth | trachea | tragus | transverse | trapezius | triceps | tricuspid | trigone | trochanter | trochlea | truncate | tubercle | tuberosity | tunica | tympanum | ulna | uncus | ureter | uterus | uvula | vagina | vagus | varus | vermiform | vertebra | viscera | vitreous | volar | vomer | xiphoid | zonula | zygoma


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fitnessforlife

(E?)(L?) http://www.fitnessforlife.com/


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H

Hardin Meta Directory

(E?)(L?) http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/hardin/md/
Meta-Suchmaschine für medizinische Themen

harvard
The Whole Brain Atlas

(E?)(L?) http://www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB/home.html

Keith A. Johnson, M.D. / J. Alex Becker, Ph.D.

Neuroimaging Primer - Harvard Medical School lecture notes: Introduction to Neuroimaging | NEW: Normal Anatomy in 3-D with MRI/PET (Javascript) | (Old) Atlas Navigator (Java) | Normal Brain: | Normal Anatomy in 3-D with MRI/PET (Javascript) | Atlas of normal structure and blood flow | Top 100 Brain Structures | Can you name these brain structures? | Normal aging: structure and function | Normal aging: structure and function | Normal aging: coronal plane | Vascular anatomy | Cerebrovascular Disease (stroke or "brain attack"): | NEW: Multiple embolic infarction, diffusion and FLAIR imaging | Acute stroke: speech arrest | Acute stroke: speaks nonsense words, "fluent aphasia" (time-lapse movies) | Acute stroke: writes, but can't read, "alexia without agraphia" | Subacute stroke: hesitating speech, "transcortical aphasia" | Subacute stroke: loss of sensation | Chronic subdural hematoma | Cavernous angioma | Arteriovenous malformation, with MRA | Vascular dementia | Acute stroke (MR diffusion imaging) with MRA: Carotid or Circle of Willis | Hypertensive encephalopathy | Multiple embolic infarctions | Hypertensive encephalopathy | Fatal stroke | Cerebral hemorrhage | Neoplastic Disease (brain tumor): | Glioma, TlTc-SPECT with a Tour | Glioma, FDG-PET | Glioma, FDG-PET | Glioma, TlTc-SPECT | Metastatic adenocarcinoma | Metastatic bronchogenic carcinoma | Meningioma | Sarcoma | Degenerative Disease: | Huntington's disease | Motor neuron disease | Cerebral calcinosis | Pick's disease | Inflammatory or Infectious Disease: | Multiple sclerosis with a Tour (time-lapse movies) | Multiple sclerosis | AIDS dementia | Lyme encephalopathy | Herpes encephalitis with a Tour | Creutzfeld-Jakob disease | Cerebral Toxoplasmosis


health coach (W3)

Da sich die Ärzte nur noch um die Krankheiten kümmern, engagiert sich, wer es sich leisten kann, einen "gesundheits-Coach".

(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/archives/H.asp


healthfinder
Ratgeber zum Thema Gesundheit (Englisch)

(E?)(L?) http://www.healthfinder.gov/


healthline.com
Healthline BodyMaps

(E?)(L?) http://www.healthline.com/
(E?)(L?) http://www.healthline.com/health/about-healthline

We focus our efforts on offering readers and visitors to our site objective, trustworthy, and accurate health information, guided by the principles of responsible journalism and publishing. Our editorial philosophy is to use relevant and accurate content to promote a healthy lifestyle and facilitate disease prevention, as well as to offer clinically significant, medically reviewed information for those who are seeking answers to their health questions.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.healthline.com/human-body-maps

About Healthline BodyMaps

BodyMaps is an interactive visual search tool that allows users to explore the human body in 3-D. With easy-to-use navigation, users can search multiple layers of the human anatomy, view systems and organs down to their smallest parts, and understand in detail how the human body works.

Using detailed 3-D models of body parts-including muscles, veins, bones, and organs-Body Maps offers a new way to visualize and manage your health. See how the coronary artery delivers blood to the heart, and learn how plaque build-up on artery walls leads to heart disease. Locate the exact location of a pulled muscle or broken bone, and find information on how to prevent injuries. View a cross-section of the human brain, and learn which areas control certain emotions and body functions.

By offering rich, detailed anatomical images alongside links to relevant and useful health information, BodyMaps allows you to leam about your body and your health in a personalized and revolutionary new way.


(E?)(L?) http://www.healthline.com/directory/topics

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(E?)(L?) http://www.healthline.com/directory/treatments

Health Treatments A to Z

| ACE Inhibitors | Albuterol | Amoxicillin | Ampicillin | Antibiotics | Anticoagulants | Antifungal Therapy | Arnica | Atenolol | Azithromycin | Benzocaine | Black Cohosh | Cephalexin | Clindamycin | Damiana | Desonide | Dialysis | Dicloxacillin | Dong Quai | Doxycycline | Echinacea | Evening Primrose | Feverfew | Furosemide | Garlic | Gene Therapy | Ginger | Ginkgo Biloba | Ginseng | Green Tea | Hydrochlorothiazide | Hyoscyamine | Ibuprofen | Kava | Levothyroxine | Lisinopril | Magnesium | Metformin | Metoprolol | Milk Thistle | Multivitamin | Nortriptyline | Phendimetrazine | Physical Therapy | Potassium | Radiation Therapy | Ranitidine | Rifampin | Saw Palmetto | Sedation | Simvastatin | Smoking Cessation | Spinal Fusion | St. John's Wort | Steroid Therapy | Stress Management | Tea Tree oil | Tonsillectomy | Vitamin E | Yucca | Zinc


Erstellt: 2013-09

howstuffworks
How Blood Works

(E6)(L1) http://science.howstuffworks.com/blood.htm


HPD (W3)

"HPD" steht für "Household Products Database".

(E?)(L?) http://hpd.nlm.nih.gov/
(E?)(L?) http://hpd.nlm.nih.gov/householdGlossary.htm
4.000 consumer brands to health effects; plus a glossary "Household Products Database Glossary Topics";

Ingredients A-Z :

(E?)(L?) http://hpd.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/household/list?tbl=TblChemicals&alpha=A

| A-17 Propellant (n-Butane@ >: 95%/Isobutane@ < 5%) | Abamectin | Abrasive (unspecified) | Acacia flowers | Acephate | Acer Saccharinum Extract (Sugar Maple) | Acetaldehyde | Acetamide MEA | Acetic acid | Acetic acid, C11-14-branched alkyl esters, C13-rich | Acetochlor | Acetone | Acetyl methoxycinnamate | Acetyl phosphate | Acetyl tributyl citrate | Acetylated lanolin | Acetyltriethyl citrate | Acid blue 9 aluminum lake | Acid blue 9 dye (diammonium salt) | Acifluorfen-sodium | Acriflavine | Acrylate/carbamate copolymer | Acrylates copolymer | Acrylates copolymer (unspecified) | Acrylates/Beheneth-25 Methacrylate Copolymer | Acrylates/C10-C30 Alkyl acrylate crosspolymer | Acrylates/Dimethicone Copolymer | Acrylates/Steareth-20 Methacrylate copolymer | Acrylates/succinates/hydroxyesters | Acrylic acid | Acrylic acid butyl ester, acrylonitrile, styrene polymer | Acrylic acid polymer/copolymer | Acrylic acid, styrene, (1-methylethenyl)benzene polymer, ammonium salt | Acrylic Copolymer Emulsion | Acrylic Emulsion Copolymer | Acrylic Pigmented Polymer Emulsion | Acrylic polymer emulsion | Acrylic polymer emulsion (unspecified) | Acrylic polymer mixture/emulsion | Acrylic polymers | Acrylic resin(s) (unspecified) | Acrylic thermoset binder | Acrylic/Acrylate copolymer | Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) copolymer | Active cationic salts | Additive(s) (unspecified) | Adhesive | Adipic acid | Adipic acid/Neopentyl glycol/Trimellitic anhydride copolymer | Aesthetic agent (unspecified) | Agar | Alachlor | Alanine | Alcohol ethoxy sulfate (mixture) | Alcohol ethoxylate | Alcohol ethoxylates (C12-C15) | Alcohol ethoxysulfate salt | Alcohols (unspecified) | Alcohols, C10-12, ethoxylated propoxylated | Alcohols, C10-14, ethoxylated | Alcohols, C10-16, ethoxylated | Alcohols, C12-14, ethoxylated | Alcohols, C12-14-secondary, ethoxylated | Alcohols, C12-16, ethoxylated (Isureth-4) | Alcohols, C12-18, ethoxylated | Alcohols, C12-18, ethoxylated propoxylated | Alcohols, C16-18, ethoxylated | Alcohols, C6-12, ethoxylated | Alfalfa extract | Algae extract | Alginic acid | Aliphatic petroleum distillate | Aliphatic petroleum distillate(s) (unspecified) | Alkaline builders | Alkanes, C6-18, chloro | Alkanes, C7-8-iso- | Alkanolamine (unspecified) | Alkyl (50%C14, 40%C12, 10%C16) dimethyl benzyl ammonium saccharinate | Alkyl (C10-C14) dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride | Alkyl (C10-C16) benzenesulfonic acid, sodium salt | Alkyl (C10-C16) glycidyl ether | Alkyl (C12-15) benzoate | Alkyl (C12-C18) dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride | Alkyl aryl polyethoxy alcohols | Alkyl polyethylene glycol ethers (C10) mixture | Alkyl polyhydroxy-substituted ammonium chloride | Alkyl polymer (unspecified) | Alkyl(C12-16)dimethylbenzylammonium chloride | Alkyl(C12-18)dimethyl ethylbenzyl ammonium chloride | Alkyl(C12-18)dimethylbenzyldimethylethylbenzyl ammonium chlorides | Alkyl(C12-C14)dimethyl ethyl benzyl ammonium chlorides | Alkylamine salts of phosphoric acid esters | Alkylamines (unspecified) | Alkylarylsulfonate salt (proprietary) | Alkyldicarboxylic acid (proprietary) | Alkyldiol ethoxylate #1 (proprietary) | Alkyldiol ethoxylate #2 (proprietary) | Alkyldiol ethoxylate (proprietary) | Alkylquarternaryamine salt (proprietary) | Allantoin | Almond oil | Aloe (unspecified) | Aloe barbadensis extract | Aloe Barbadensis leaf juice | Aloe barbadensis/vera extract/gel | Aloe extract | Aloe extract | alpha-Isomethyl ionone | Althea extract | Alumina, activated | Alumina, cement bonded | Aluminosilicate | Aluminosilicates (Zeolites) | Aluminum | Aluminum chloride | Aluminum chloride hexahydrate | Aluminum chlorohydrate | Aluminum chlorohydrate anhydrous | Aluminum distearate | Aluminum heptamolybdate | Aluminum hydroxide | Aluminum magnesium silicate | Aluminum monostearate | Aluminum oxide | Aluminum silicate | Aluminum silicate | Aluminum silicate(s) (unspecified) | Aluminum silicate, anhydrous | Aluminum silicate, hydrated | Aluminum starch octenylsuccinate | Aluminum stearate | Aluminum stearate benzoate complex | Aluminum sulfate | Aluminum sulfate anhydrous | Aluminum zirconium tetrachlorohydrex gly | Aluminum zirconium tetrachlorohydrex gly | Aluminum zirconium trichlorohydrex gly | Amber | American ginseng extract | Amica extract | Amides, C8-18 and C18-unsatd, N,N-bis(hydroxyethyl) | Amines, C12-18-alkyldimethyl, N-oxides | Amines, coco alkyl | Amines, polyethylenepoly-, reaction products with succinic anhydride polyisobutenyl derivs. | Amino acids (unspecified) | Amino alkyldiol (proprietary) | Aminoethylpiperazine | Aminoethylpropanol | Aminomethyl propanediol | Aminomethylpropanol | Amla oil | Ammonia | Ammoniacal nitrogen | Ammonium acetate | Ammonium acrylates copolymer | Ammonium alcohol ethoxylate | Ammonium alcohol ethoxysulfate | Ammonium benzoate | Ammonium C9-C10 perfluoroalkyl sulfonate | Ammonium chloride | Ammonium dodecylbenzenesulfonate | Ammonium fluoride | Ammonium glycolate | Ammonium hydrogen difluoride | Ammonium hydroxide | Ammonium lanolate | Ammonium laureth sulfate | Ammonium lauryl sulfate | Ammonium molybdate | Ammonium molybdate | Ammonium nitrate | Ammonium nonoxynol-4 sulfate | Ammonium oxalate | Ammonium peroxydisulfate | Ammonium phosphate, dibasic | Ammonium phosphate, monobasic | Ammonium polyacrylate | Ammonium polypropoxypolyethoxydecyl sulfate | Ammonium salt of polycarboxylic acid | Ammonium soaps of higher fatty acids | Ammonium sulfate | Ammonium tallate | Ammonium thiocyanate | Ammonium trioxaundecanedioate | Ammonium xylenesulfonate | Amodimethicone | Amyl acetate | Amyl alcohol | Amylase | Amylopectin, hydrogen phosphate, 2-hydroxypropyl ether | Andrographolide | Angelica extract | Anhydrite | Anigozanthos flavidus extract | Aniline | Animal blood, denatured | Animal glue | Animal protein (collagen), hydrolyzed | Anionic surfactant(s) (unspecified) | Anise extract | Anthophyllite asbestos | Anti-oxidant/Anti-wear dispersant | Antigorite | Antimony | Antimony (unspecified compound) | Antimony diakyldithiocarbamate | Antimony trioxide | Antioxidant, anti-wear, or anti-redeposition agent (unspecified) | Apple extract | Apricot extract | Apricot kernel oil | Aqueous acrylic emulsion | Aqueous Copolymer | Aqueous polymer (nonhazardous) | Aqueous/emulsion diluent | Arachidic acid | Arachidyl alcohol | Arachidyl behenate | Araldite B | Argania spinosa kernel oil | Arginine | Armoise oil (unspecified type) | Aromatic alcohol | Aromatic petroleum distillates (unspecified) | Aromatic resin | Arsenic | Ascorbic acid | Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) | Ascorbic acid polypeptide | Ascorbyl glucoside | Ascorbyl palmitate | Ashless dispersant and antioxidant | Aspartic acid | Asphalt | Asphalt (unspecified type) | Asphalt, oxidized | Atlox 3406-F | Atrazine | Attapulgite | Australian wild peach extract | Avocado extract/oil | Awapuhi extract | Azodicarbonamide


(E?)(L?) http://hpd.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/household/list?tbl=TblChemicals&alpha=B

| Bacillus spores | Bacillus thuringiensis | Bacteria, complex with amylase and proteinase | Balm mint extract | Banana essence oils | Barium as barium compounds (unspecified) | Barium chloride | Barium petroleum sulfonate | Barium sulfate | Base lubricating oils mixture | Bees wax | Beeswax, synthetic | Behenamidopropyl ethyldimonium ethosulfate | Behenic acid | Behentrimonium chloride | Behentrimonium methosulfate | Behenyl alcohol | Behenyl erucate | Behenyl trimonium methosulfite | Bensulide | Bentonite | Benzaldehyde | Benzalkonium chloride | Benzalkonium chloride | Benzene | Benzene, diethenyl-, polymer with 2-methyl-1,3-butadiene, hydrogenated | Benzenemethanaminium, N,N-dimethyl-N-tetradecyl-, saccharinate | Benzenesulfonic acid, C10-C16-alkyl derivatives | Benzenesulfonic acid, C15-30-alkyl derivs, sodium salts | Benzethonium Chloride | Benzocaine | Benzoic acid | Benzophenone | Benzophenone-1 | Benzophenone-2 | Benzophenone-3 (Oxybenzone) | Benzophenone-4 | Benzoyl peroxide | Benzyl alcohol | Benzyl Salicylate | Benzyldiethyl[(2,6 xylyl carbamoyl) methyl ammonium sacchari | Benzylethyldimethylammonium chloride | Bergamot oil | beta-Carotene | Betaine | Bifenthrin | Binding agent(s) (unspecified) | Bioallethrin | Biodegradable fabric softening agents | Biodegradable soaps | Biotin | bis(2-Ethylhexyl)terephthalate | bis(Tributyltin) oxide | bis(Trioctyldodecylcitryl) dilinoleate | bis-PEG/PPG-14/14 dimethicone | Bis-Phenylpropyl Dimethicone | Bisabolol | Bisacodyl | Bishydroxyethyl dihydroxypropyl stearaminium chloride | Bismuth | Bismuth oxychloride | Bisphenol A, epichlorohydrin polymer | Bisphenol A, epichlorohydrin polymer, tall oil fatty acids ester | Bisphenol A, formaldehyde, epichlorohydrin polymer | Bisphenol A-epichlorohydrin copolymer acrylate | Bitter Orange flower extract | Black colorant | Bladderwrack extract | Bleach (unspecified) | Blue Dye No. 1 | Blysorbate-20 | Bone Meal | Bone Meal, steamed | Borage extract | Borate buffer salts (unspecified) | Boric acid | Boron nitride | Branched-nonylphenol, ethoxylate | Brightener(s) (unspecified) | Brodifacoum | Bromethalin | Bromochloro-5, 5-dimethylhydantoin | Bromochloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin | Bronze pigment | Broom flower oil/extract | Bumper black | Butadiene, styrene, divinylbenzene polymer | Butane | Butanol | Buteth-3 | Butoxyethyl stearate | Butoxyethyl triclopyr | Butoxytriglycol | Buttermilk powder | Butyl acetate | Butyl benzyl phthalate | Butyl ether | Butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane (Avobenzone) | Butyl rubber | Butyl stearate | Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) | Butylene glycol | Butylene/ethylene/propylene copolymer | Butylparaben | Butylphenyl Methylpropional | Butyraldehyde, aniline reaction product


(E?)(L?) http://hpd.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/household/list?tbl=TblChemicals&alpha=C

| C.I. Acid Orange 3 | C.I. Basic Green 4, oxalate | C.I. Direct Violet 107 | C.I. Direct Yellow 173 | C.I. Disperse Black 9 | C.I. Disperse violet 1 | C.I. Pigment Red 120 | C.I. Pigment yellow 35 | C10-13 Isoparaffin | C10-16-Alcohol sulfuric acid, triethanolamine salt | C10-C18 Triglycerides | C11-13 isoparaffin | C11-15 Pareth-7 | C11-15 pareth-9 | C12-13 alkyl lactate | C12-13 Pareth-15 | C12-14 isoparaffin | C12-15 alkyl benzoate | C12-15 Alkyl ethylhexanoate | C12-15 alkyl lactate | C12-15 alkyl octanoate | C12-15 Pareth-11 | C12-15 pareth-12 carboxylic acid | C12-15 Pareth-3 | C12-16 pareth-9 | C12-18 alcohols | C12-18 alkyl oils | C12-18 fatty acids, potassum salts | C12-22 quaternary ammonium compounds | C13-14 isoparaffin | C13-16 Isoparaffin | C14-15 Pareth-7 | C18 polycarbamyl polyglycol ester | C18-36 acid triglyceride | C18-36 acids | C20-40 alcohols | C20-40 pareth-10 | C20-40 pareth-40 | C6-8 paraffins & cycloparaffins | C8-10 & C10-16 Polyglycosides | C8-9 isoparaffin | C9-11 Isoparaffin | C9-11 Pareth-3 | Cadmium | Cadmium compounds (unspecified) | Cadmium selenide | Cadmium sulfide | Cajeput Oil | Calamine | Calcite | Calcium | Calcium acid methanearsonate | Calcium alkaryl sulfonate | Calcium aluminate | Calcium aluminum borosilicate | Calcium ammonium nitrate | Calcium bis(dihydrogen phosphate) | Calcium carbonate | Calcium carbonate (Limestone) | Calcium carbonate (unspecified CAS #) | Calcium carrageenan | Calcium chlorate | Calcium chloride anhydrous | Calcium fluoride | Calcium hydroxide | Calcium hypochlorite | Calcium magnesium carbonate | Calcium magnesium hydroxide (CaMg(OH)4) | Calcium metasilicate | Calcium nitrate | Calcium oxide | Calcium pantothenate | Calcium peroxide | Calcium phosphate hydroxide | Calcium phosphate, tribasic | Calcium polysulfide | Calcium silicate | Calcium sodium borosilicate | Calcium sulfate | Calcium sulfate dihydrate | Calcium sulfonate | Calcium thioglycolate | Calcium/zinc polyvinyl methyl ether maleate | Camellia oleifera | Camphor | Camphor benzalkonium methosulfate | Canadian balsam | Candelilla wax | Canola Oil | Caprylic/capric triglyceride | Caprylic/Capric triglyceride | Capsaicin | Captan | Captan derivatives | Caramel | Carbaryl | Carbocysteine | Carbohydrate absorbent | Carbomer | Carbomer 934 | Carbomer 940 | Carbomer 951 | Carbomer 954 | Carbomer 956 | Carbon | Carbon black | Carbon dioxide | Carbon tetrachloride | Carbonate derivative | Carbonic acid, compd. with guanidine (1:2) | Carbopol | Carboxylated styrene-butadiene polymer | Carboxylic acids, C5-9 | Carboxymethyl chitin | Carboxymethylcellulose sodium | Cardamom | Cardamom extract | Carmine | Carnauba wax | Carnitine (L-form) hydrochloride | Carrageenan | Carrageenan, sodium salt | Carrot extract | Carrot oil | Castor oil, hydrogenated (Trihydroxystearin) | Castor oil, hydrogenated, lithium salt | Castor oil, oxidized | Castor oil, polymerized, oxidized | Castor oil, sulfated | Castoryl maleate | Caustics (unspecified) | Cedarwood oil | Cellulase | Cellulose | Cellulose, 2-hydroxyethyl ether, polymer with N,N-dimethyl-N-2-propenyl-2-propen-1-aminium chloride | Cellulose, microcrystalline | Ceresin (Ozokerite) | Cetamine oxide | Cetearyl ethylhexanoate | Cetearyl glucoside | Cetearyl isononanoate | Cetearyl isooctanoate | Cetearyl methicone | Ceteth-10 | Ceteth-2 | Cetostearyl alcohol | Cetrimonium bromide | Cetrimonium chloride | Cetyl acetate | Cetyl alcohol | Cetyl betaine | Cetyl dimethicone | Cetyl dimethicone copolyol | Cetyl esters (unspecified) | Cetyl hydroxyethylcellulose | Cetyl lactate | Cetyl octanoate | Cetyl palmitate | Cetyl phosphate | Cetyl phosphate DEA | Cetyl ricinoleate | Cetylpyridinium chloride | Cetylpyridinium chloride | Chamomile extract | Chamomile oil | Charcoal, activated | Chelating agent(s) | Chinese tea extract (Camellia sinensis) | Chitin | Chitosan glycolate | Chlorhexidine acetate | Chlorhexidine dihydrochloride | Chloride phosphate | Chlorinated alpha-olefin | Chlorinated paraffin waxes | Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) resin | Chlorine | Chlorite (mineral group) | Chlorobenzene | Chlorodifluoromethane | Chloroform | Chloromethane | Chlorophacinone | Chlorothalonil | Chlorpyrifos | Cholecalciferol | Cholesterol | Cholesterol C10-C30/Lanosterol esters | Cholesteryl chloride | Cholesteryl isostearate | Cholesteryl nonanoate | Cholesteryl oleyl carbonate | Cholesteryl/behenyl/octyldodecyl lauroyl glutamate | Choleth-24 | Chondrus crispus | Chromium (III) oxide | Chromium III (unspecified compound) | Chromium trihydroxide | Chrysotile asbestos | CI Red Pigment 3 | Cinnamaldehyde | Cinnamon oil | Citric acid | Citronella oil | Citrus extract | Citrus oils | Clarifying agent | Clary extract | Clay | Clays (unspecified) | Cleaning agent(s) | Clinoptilolite | Clintonia boreaalis root extract | Cloransulam-methyl | Clove extract | Clove oil | Clover extract | Co-polymerized polymer | Coal tar pitch | Coating binder | Cobalt 2-ethylhexanoate | Cobalt acetate | Cobalt aluminate blue spinel | Cobalt carboxylate(s) | Cobalt naphthenate | Cobalt phosphate | Cobalt silicate | Cobaltous oxide | Cocamide | Cocamide DEA | Cocamide MEA | Cocamidopropyl betaine | Cocamidopropyl hydroxysultaine | Cocamidopropyl PG-dimonium chloride phosphate | Cocamidopropylamine oxide | Coco diethanolamide | Coco-betaine | Coco-Caprylate/Caprate | Coco-glucoside | Coco-glycerides | Coco-glycerides, hydrogenated | Cocoa butter | Cocoamidopropylbetaine | Cocoamphocarboxyglycinate, disodium salt | Cocobetaine | Cocodimonium hydroxypropyl hydrolyzed hair keratin | Cocodimonium hydroxypropyl hydrolyzed wheat protein | Coconut diethanolamide | Coconut diethylamide | Coconut fatty acid, aminoethylethanolamine imidazoline, di(methyl acrylate) alkylated, disodium salt | Coconut fatty acid, polyethylene glycol diester | Coconut fatty acids | Coconut fruit juice | Coconut isopropanolamide | Coconut oil | Coconut oil monoglycerides, ethoxylated | Coconut oil, diethanolamine condensate (Surfactant) | Coconut-derived surfactant mixture | Cod liver oil | Collagen | Collagen hydrolysate, sodium salt solution | Collagen, hydrolyzed | Collagen, hydrolyzed, ethyl ester | Color protection/processing agent | Color safe oxygen bleach (sodium perborate and bleach activator) | Colorant/Pigment/Dye(s) | Comfrey extract | Commiphora extract | Complex mixture of petroleum hydrocarbons | Composted bark mulch | Composted green waste | Conditioners (trade secret) | Coneflower extract | Copolymer alkyd resin | Copolymer emulsion (unspecified) | Copper | Copper carbonate | Copper naphthenate | Copper phthalocyanine | Copper phthalocyanine, sulfamoyl sulfo derivs, sodium salts | Copper sulfate | Copper sulfate, pentahydrate | Copper triethanolamine | Coriander extract | Corn cobs, ground (ID: C14032000) | Corn gluten protein | Corn oil | Corn poppy extract | Corn starch/acrylamide/sodium acrylate copolymer | Cornflower extract | Corrosion inhibitor(s) | Cotton | Cottonseed oil | Cottonseed oil, hydrogenated | Coupling agent | CPE resin | Crataegus monogina fruit extract | Cristobalite | Cube resins (unspecified) | Cumene | Cumene hydroperoxide | Cupric acetylacetonate | Cupric oxide | Cuprous oxide | Custard apple extract | cyclic AMP (adenosine cyclic phosphate) | Cyclodextrin | Cyclohex-1,2-ylenediamine | Cyclohexane | Cyclohexanol | Cyclohexanone | Cyclohexasiloxane | Cyclomethicone | Cyclopentane | Cyclopentasiloxane, 2,4,6,8,10-pentamethyl- | Cyclopentasiloxane, decamethyl- | Cyclotetrasiloxane | Cyfluthrin | Cygon (Dimethoate) | Cypermethrin | Cysteine


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| D&C Brown #1 | D&C Green #3 | D&C Green #5 | D&C Green #6 | D&C Green #8 | D&C Orange #2 | D&C Orange #4 | D&C Red #17 | D&C Red #27 aluminum lake | D&C Red #28 | D&C Red #30 | D&C Red #33 (CI 17200) | D&C Red #34 calcium lake | D&C Red #6 | D&C Red #7 | D&C Violet # 2 | D&C Yellow #11 | D&C Yellow #8 | d-cis,trans-Allethrin | D-Gluconic acid | D-Glucopyranose, oligomeric, C10-16-alkyl glycosides | D-Glucopyranose, oligomeric, C9-11-alkyl glycosides | D-Glucopyranose, oligomeric, decyl octyl glycosides | d-Limonene | d-Mecoprop | d-Methoprene | d-trans Allethrin | d-trans-Allethrin | Daisy extract | Dakril 4B | Dandelion extract | DEA-Lauraminopropionate | DEA-methoxycinnamate | DEA-oleath-3 phosphate | DEA-oleth-7 phosphate | Decanoic acid, ester with 2-ethyl-2-(hydroxymethyl)-1,3- propanedioloctanoate | Deceth-3 | Decyl beta-D-glucopyranoside | Decyl dimethyl octyl ammonium chloride | Decyl glucoside | Decyl polyglucose | Deltamethrin | Denatonium benzoate | Deodorizers (unspecified) | Detergent engine oil package | Detergent/dispersant additive | Detergent/Inhibitor mixture | Dextrin | Di (C14-1S-alkyl) dimethyl methyl sulfate | Di(C8-C10) branched alkyl phthalate | Di-c12-15 alkyl fumarate | Di-n-propyl isocinchomeronate | Di-PPG-2 myreth-10 adipate | Di-sec-octyl phthalate | Di-Syston | Diacetone alcohol | Dialkyl(C1-C14)dithiophosphoric acid, zinc salt | Diaminopolypropylene glycol | Diamond powder | Diatomite | Diazinon | Diazolidinylurea | Dibasic esters | Dibenzylidene sorbitol | Dibutoxy tetraglycol | Dibutoxydiacetoxysilane | Dibutyl ether | Dibutyl lauroyl glutamide | Dibutyl phthalate | Dicalcium phosphate | Dicalcium phosphate dihydrate | Dicambra, sodium salt | Dicaprylyl maleate | Dicetyldimonium chloride | Dichlobenil | Dichlorofluoroethane | Dichlorprop-p-dimethylamine salt | Dichlorvos (DDVP) | Dichromium trioxide | Dicyandiamide | Didecyl dimethyl ammonium chloride | Diethanolamine | Diethanolamine tall oil acid amide | Diethyl phthalate | Diethylene glycol | Diethylene glycol ethyl ether | Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether | Diethylene glycol monohexyl ether | Diethylene glycol monopropyl ether | Diethylenetriamine | Diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid (DTPA) | Diglycerol | Diglyceryl diisostearate | Diglycol/Cyclohexanedimethanol/Isophthalates/Sulfo | Dihydro-5-pentyl-2(3H)-furanone | Dihydrogenated Tallowamidoethyl Hydroxyethylmonium | Dihydroxypropyl PEG-5 linoleaminium chloride | Dihydroxypropyl PEG-5 Linoleammonium chloride | Diisobutyl adipate | Diisopropanolamine | Diisopropyl adipate | Diisopropyl dimer dilinoleate | Diisopropyl dimerate | Diisopropyl sebacate | Diisostearyl dimer dilinoleate | Diisostearyl fumarate | Dilinoleic acid | Dimethicone 350 | Dimethicone bisamino hydroxypropyl copolyol | Dimethicone copolyol | Dimethicone copolyol meadowfoamate | Dimethicone propyl PG-betaine | Dimethicone silylate | Dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer | Dimethiconol | Dimethoxymethane | Dimethyl (1,2-phenylene)bis(iminocarbonothioyl)bis(carbamate) | Dimethyl adipate | Dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride | Dimethyl ditallow ammonium chloride | Dimethyl ether | Dimethyl glutarate | Dimethyl lauramine isostearate | Dimethyl lauramine oleate | Dimethyl octyndiol | Dimethyl phthalate | Dimethyl polysiloxane | Dimethyl siloxane, reaction product with silica | Dimethyl siloxane, trimethoxysilyl-terminated | Dimethyl succinate | Dimethylamine | Dimethylarsinic acid | Dimethylethanol amine | Dineca | Dinonylnaphthalene sulfonic acid, barium salt | Dinotefuran | Dioctyl adipate | Dioctyl dimethyl ammonium chloride | Dioctyl sebacate | Dioctyl sodium sufosuccinate | Dioctyl succinate | Dipentene | Diphosphonic acid | Dipotassium phosphate | Dipropylene glycol | Dipropylene glycol dibenzoate | Dipropylene glycol dibenzoate | Dipropylene glycol methyl ether | Dipropylene glycol monobutyl ether | Dipropylene glycol monopropyl ether | Dipropylene glycol salicylate | Diquat dibromide | Dishwasher/china protection agent(s) | Disodium C-(2-(2-(2-(dodecyloxy)ethoxy)ethoxy)ethyl) sulphonatosuccinate | Disodium capryloamphodipropionate | Disodium cocamid MIPA-sulfosuccinate | Disodium cocamido MEA sulfosuccinate | Disodium cocoyl glutamate | Disodium EDTA | Disodium EDTA-copper | Disodium laureth sulfosuccinate | Disodium lauroamphodiacetate | Disodium octaborate tetrahydrate | Disodium oleamido MEA sulfosuccinate | Disodium phosphate | Disodium pocinoleamidomea sulfosuccinate | Disodium pyrophosphate | Disodium Wheat Germamido PEG-2 Sulfosuccinate | Disodium wheatgermamphodiacetate | Disodium zinc EDTA | Dispensing/stabilizing/buffering agent(s) | Dispersant Inhibitor | Disperse Blue 1 | Disperse Blue 3 | Disperse Blue 377 | Distearyldimonium chloride | Distillates, petroleum, acid-treated heavy naphthenic | Distillates, petroleum, acid-treated light | Distillates, petroleum, acid-treated light paraffinic | Distillates, petroleum, clay-treated heavy paraffinic | Distillates, petroleum, hydrodesulfurized middle | Distillates, petroleum, hydrotreated heavy paraffinic | Distillates, petroleum, hydrotreated light | Distillates, petroleum, hydrotreated light paraffinic | Distillates, petroleum, hydrotreated middle | Distillates, petroleum, solvent-dewaxed heavy naphthenic | Distillates, petroleum, solvent-dewaxed heavy paraffinic | Distillates, petroleum, solvent-dewaxed light paraffinic | Distillates, petroleum, solvent-refined heavy naphthenic | Distillates, petroleum, solvent-refined light naphthenic | Distillates, petroleum, straight-run middle | Distyryl biphenyl derivative | Ditallow phthalic acid amide | Ditallowamine, hydrogenated | Dithiopyr | Ditrimethylolpropane tetrastearate | Diuron | DMA salt of 2,4-D (2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid) | DMA salt of 2,4-DP (2-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy) propanoic acid) | DMA salt of Dicamba (3,6-dichloro-o-anisic acid) | DMA salt of MCPA | DMA Salt Of Mecoprop (MCPP) | DMDM hydantoin | Dodecamethylcyclohexasiloxane | Dodecyl benzene sulfonic acid | Dodecyl dimethyl ammonium chloride | Dodecyl dimethyl ethylbenzyl ammonium chloride | Dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid, disodium salt | Dodecylphenoxypoly(ethyleneoxy)ethanol | Domiphen bromide | Dow Corning (R) Z-6040 Silane | Dow Corning 20 Release | Drainzyme (bacteria booster) | Dryer activated cloths | Dulse (Rhodymenia palmata) extract | Dye | Dye stabilizer | Dye transfer inhibition agent | Dye(s) (unspecified)


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| Edelweiss extract | Edetate disodium | Edible oils | EDTA tetrapotassium salt | Elastin | Elastin, hydrolyzed | Elder flower extract | Elderberry flowers extract | Emkarate 10079 (proprietary) | Emollient(s) (unspecified) | Emulsified waxes | Emulsifier H | Emulsifier(s) (unspecified) | Enzyme (protease/amylase) | Enzyme(s) (unspecified) | Epoxy polymer (unspecified/proprietary) | Epoxy resin (average mol. wt. < 700); EC NUMBER: 603-074-00-8 | Ergocalciferol | Esfenvalerate | Essential oils | Ester wax | Esters with triethanolamine | Ethane, 1,1,1-trichloro- | Ethanol/SD Alcohol 40 | Ethanolamine tallate | Ethene, methoxy-, homopolymer | Ethenylbenzene, copolymer with (1-methylethenyl)benzene | Ethoxylated alcohols (unspecified) | Ethoxylated aliphatic amines (unspecified) | Ethoxylated long chain alkylamine alkylphosphite and metal sulfonate | Ethoxylated methyl beta-D-glucoside | Ethoxylated tallowamines | Ethoxylated-2,4,7,9-tetramethyl-5-decyne-4,7-diol | Ethoxytriglycol | Ethyl 2-cyanoacrylate | Ethyl 3-ethoxy propionate | Ethyl acetate | Ethyl acrylate | Ethyl alkyldiol (proprietary) | Ethyl ester of PVM/MA copolymer | Ethyl ether | Ethyl glutamate | Ethyl lactate | Ethyl sulfate | Ethyl tosylamide | Ethyl vinyl acetate | Ethyl, 1-hydroxy- | Ethylbenzene | Ethylene brassylate | Ethylene butyl ether | Ethylene glycol | Ethylene glycol methylene ether | Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate | Ethylene glycol monopropyl ether | Ethylene glycol n-hexyl ether | Ethylene oxide | Ethylene-propylene copolymer | Ethylene/Methacrylate copolymer | Ethylene/Vinyl acetate co-polymer | Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) | Ethylhexyl methacrylate | Ethylparaben | Ethyltriacetoxysilane | Etidronic acid | Etocrylene | Etofenprox | Etridiazole | Eucalyptol | Eucalyptus extract | Eucalyptus oil | Eugenol | Euphrasia extract | Evangard DTB (proprietary) | Evergreen extract | Exotic wood complex | Extracts, petroleum, heavy naphtha solvent | Extracts, petroleum, middle distillate solvent


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| Fabric brightening agent | Fabric softening agent/static control | Fabric whitening agent(s) | Fabric/Fiber protection agent | Farnesol | Fatty acid esters | Fatty acid soap, C12-18, sodium salt | Fatty acid triglycerides | Fatty acids (unspecified) | Fatty acids, C14-18 and C16-18-unsatd, sodium salts | Fatty acids, C16-18 and C18-unsatd, polymers with p-tert-butylphenol, formaldehyde, glycerol, | Fatty acids, C18-unsatd, dimers, polymers w/ethylenediamine, pentaerythritol, phthalic anhydride & tall-oil fatty acids | Fatty acids, C8-18 and C18-unsatd., ammonium salts | Fatty acids, C8-C18 and C18-unsaturated, sodium salts | Fatty acids, vegetable-oil, compds. with diethanolamine | Fatty alcohol ether sulfates | Fatty Ester Mixture | Fatty Ester Mixture | FD&C (or D&C) Yellow #10 (CI 47005) | FD&C (or D&C) Yellow #5 | FD&C Blue #1 | FD&C Green #3 | FD&C Green #5 | FD&C Red #33 | FD&C Red #4 (CI 14700) | FD&C Red #40 | FD&C Red (unspecified number) | FD&C Red No. 3 | FD&C Yellow #6 | Feldspar-group minerals | Fennel extract | Fenoxycarb | Ferric ammonium ferrocyanide | Ferric chloride | Ferric chloride | Ferric ferrocyanide | Ferric phosphate | Ferric sodium EDTA | Ferrite | Ferrous sulfate | Ferrous sulfate | Fertilizer 12-18-6 | Fesco perlite board | Fiberousglass | Fig extract | Fillers | Film agent | Film formers | Fipronil | Fir needle oil | Fish oils | Flame retardant (proprietary/unspecified) | Flavor(s) | Fluazifop-p-butyl | Fluorinated acrylic copolymer | Fluoroaliphatic polymeric esters | Fluoroalkyl salts, mixed | Fluorophlogopite | Flux core | Fly Ash | Foil facing | Foil/kraft, kraft, FSK, polyethylene, PSK, and various metal facings | Folic acid | Formaldehyde | Formaldehyde-Melamine-Sodium bisulfite copolymer | Formic acid | Fragrance(s)/perfume(s) | Frankincense | Freesia extract | Fructose | Fruit extracts | Fuels, diesel, no. 2 | Fuller's earth | Fumed silica, crystalline-free | Furazolidone


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| Galaxolid | gamma-(beta-Aminoethylamino)propylpolydimethylsiloxane, methoxyend blocked | gamma-Glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane | gamma-Hydroxybutyrolactone | gamma-Lactone | Gardenia oil | Garlic extract | Gasoline additive | Gelatin | Gelidiela acerosa extract | Gentisic acid | Germali | Ginger | Ginkgo extract | Glass beads | Glass, oxide chemicals (textile) (fibrous glass wool) | Gluconic acid | Glucosaminoglycans, hydrolyzed | Glucose | Glucose glutamate | Glucose oxidase | Glutamic Acid | Glutaraldehyde | Glycereth-26 | Glycereth-7 triacetate | Glycerides (unspecified) | Glycerides, C14-22-linear, mono- | Glycerin | Glycerol ester of rosin | Glycerols (unspecified) | Glyceryl dilaurate | Glyceryl distearate | Glyceryl hydroxystearate | Glyceryl lanolate | Glyceryl monostearate | Glyceryl monostearate SE (mixture) | Glyceryl oleate | Glyceryl polyacrylate | Glyceryl polymethacrylate | Glyceryl rosinate | Glyceryl stearate | Glyceryl stearate citrate | Glycine | Glycine soja | Glycogen | Glycol derivatives | Glycol distearate | Glycol ether borate esters | Glycol ether(s) (unspecified) | Glycol ethers (unspecified) | Glycol stearate | Glycols, polyethylene | Glycyrrhizic acid | Glyoxal-sodium bisulfite | Glyphosate, isopropylamine salt | Grape leaf extract | Grapefruit extract | Grapefruit oil | Graphite | Gray colorant | Green 3 (Cl 42053) | Green mandarin | Green tea | Grotan BK | Guaiazulene | Guanine | Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride | Guava extract | Gum arabic (Acacia) | Gypsum


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| Halofenozide | Halosulfuron-methyl | HC Blue No 2 | HC Red 3 | HC Yellow No. 2 | Heavy naphthenic distillate solvent extract | Hedychium coronarium extract | Henna extract | Heptakis(dipropyleneglycol) triphosphite | Heptane | Heterocyclic amine (unspecified) | Hexabromocyclododecane | Hexadecanol | Hexadimethrine chloride | Hexakis(2-methyl-2-phenypropyl)distannoxane | Hexamethyldisilazane | Hexamethylenetetramine hydrochloride | Hexane | Hexane (mixed isomers) | Hexyl laurate | Hexyl poly(oxyethylene) ether | Hexylene glycol | Hibiscus sabdariffa flower extract | Highly-refined petroleum lubricant oils | Honey | Honey extract | Honeydew extract | Honeysuckle extract | Honeysuckle flower extract | Hops extract | Horse chestnut extract | Horsetail (equisetium arvense) extract | Hyaluronic acid | Hydramethylnon | Hydrated silica (Silica gel) | Hydrazine monohydrochloride | Hydrocarbon propellant (unspecified) | Hydrocarbon propellant blend (propane/isobutane/butane) | Hydrocarbon solvent (unspecified) | Hydrocarbons, C7-9 solvent | Hydrocarbons, terpene processing by-products Terpene processing by-products | Hydrochloric acid | Hydrocortisone | Hydrogen bis(3,5-di-tert-butylsalicylato(2-)-O1,O2)chromate(1-) | Hydrogen fluoride | Hydrogen peroxide | Hydrogen sulfide | Hydrogenated Ethylene/Propylene/Styrene | Hydrogenated Starch Hydrolysate | Hydrolyzed milk protein | Hydroquinone | Hydrosulfite salts | Hydrotreated heavy naphthenic distillate solvent extract | Hydrotreated light naphthenic distillate solvent extract | Hydrotreated petroleum distillate (unspecified) | Hydroxyacetic acid | Hydroxyalkyl methacrylate | Hydroxycaprylic acid | Hydroxyethyl behenamidopropyl dimonium chloride | Hydroxyethyl cellulose | Hydroxyethyl cetyldimonium chloride | Hydroxyethyl cetyldimonium phosphate | Hydroxyethyl stearamide MPA | Hydroxylated alkane | Hydroxymethylcellulose | Hydroxypropyl bis(N-hydroxyethyl-p-phenylenediamine) HCI | Hydroxypropyl cellulose | Hydroxypropyl distarch phosphate | Hydroxypropyl guar | Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose | Hydroxypropyl polysiloxane | Hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride | Hydroxypropyltrimonium hyaluronate | Hydroxypropyltrimonium hydrolyzed wheat starch/protein | Hydroxystearic acid | Hypnea musciformis extract


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| Icaridin | Imazapyr, isopropylamine salt | Imidacloprid | Imidazolidinyl urea | Imidazoline monocarboxylate | Imiprothrin | Indian Cress extract | Indium | Indoxacarb | Inert ingredients (including petroleum distillates) | Inert ingredients (unspecified) | Inhibited paraffinic oil | Inhibitor package mixture | Inositol | Iodine | Iodopropynyl carbamate | Ion exchange resins | Iron | Iron chloride | Iron oxide | Iron oxide | Iron oxide(s) (unspecified) | Iron(II) sulfate, monohydrate | Iron(III) EDTA | Iron(III) oxide | Iron(III) oxide monohydrate (yellow pigment) | Isoascorbic acid | Isobornyl acetate | Isobornyl methacrylate | Isobutane | Isobutane/Propane mixture | Isobutene | Isobutyl acetate | Isobutyl alcohol | Isobutyl isobuyrate | Isobutylparaben | Isobutylphenoxy epoxy resin | Isobutyraldehyde | Isoceteth-3 acetate | Isocetyl linoleoyl stearate | Isocetyl stearate | Isoctadecanoic acid, reaction products with tetraethylenepentamine | Isocyanate functional urethane resin | Isocyanuric acid | Isodecyl oleate | Isododecane | Isododecane | Isoeicosane | Isohexadecane | Isolaureth-6 | Isononyl isononoate | Isooctyl ester of 2,4,-D acid | Isooctyl trimethoxy silane | Isoparaffinic hydrocarbon(s) | Isopentane | Isophorone diisocyanate | Isophytol | Isopropanol | Isopropyl acetate | Isopropyl C12-15-pareth-9 carboxylate | Isopropyl isostearate | Isopropyl lanolate | Isopropyl myristate | Isopropyl palmitate | Isopropyl stearate | Isopropyl titanium triisostearate | Isopropylamine dodecylbenzenesulfonate | Isopropylparaben | Isostearamidopropyl ethyldimonium ethosulfate | Isostearamidopropyl morpholine lactate | Isosteareth-20 | Isostearic acid | Isostearic acid | Isostearyl behenate | Isostearyl citrate/glycolate/lactate/malate | Isostearyl neopentanoate | Isostearyl palmitate


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| Japan wax | Japonilure | Jasmine extract | Jojoba extract | Jojoba wax | Juniper extract


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| Kaolin clay | Kaolin clay (calcined) | Kelp extract | Keratin, hydrolyzed | Kerosine, petroleum, hydrodesulfurized | Kieselguhr | Kiwi seed | Kukui nut oil


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| Lactamidopropyl trimonium chloride | Lactic acid | Lactoperoxidase | Lactose | Lagerstroemia indica L., leaf and stem extract | lambda-Cyhalothrin | Laminaria saccharina extract | Laneth-25 | Laneth-5 | Lanolin | Lanolin acids | Lanolin alcohol | Lanolin alcohol, acetylated | Lanolin oil | Lanolin wax | Lanosterol | Lapyrium chloride | Lauramide diethanolamine (DEA) | Lauramide MEA | Lauramidopropyl betaine | Lauramidopropylamine oxide | Lauramine oxide | Laureth-10 | Laureth-12 | Laureth-2 acetate | Laureth-23 | Laureth-4 | Laureth-4 carboxylic acid | Laureth-7 | Lauric acid | Lauric-Myristic monoethanolamide | Lauroyl lysine | Lauroyl sarcosine | Lauryl alcohol | Lauryl aminopropylglycine | Lauryl diethylenediaminoglycine | Lauryl dimonium hydroxypropyl hydrolyzed wheat protein | Lauryl glucoside | Lauryl methyl gluceth-10 hydroxpropyladimonium chloride | Lauryl polyglucose | Lauryl sulfate DEA | Laurylmethicone copolyol | Lavender extract | Lavender oil | Lead | Lead acetate | Lead compounds (unspecified) | Lecithin | Lemon extract | Lemon oil | Lettuce extract | Leveling agent | Licorice oils | Ligroin | Lime (chemical), dolomitic | Limonene fraction terpenes | Linalool | Linden extract | Linear alkylaryl TEA sulfonate | Linear(C12-C14)alkanol, ethoxylated, sulfated, sodium salt | Linoleamide DEA | Linoleamide MEA | Linoleamidopropyl dimethylamine | Linoleamidopropyl dimethylamine dimer dilinoleate | Linoleamidopropyl PG-dimonium chloride phosphate | Linoleic acid | Linseed oil | Linseed oil, dicyclopentadiene copolymer | Linseed oil, phthalic anhydride, glycerin, vinyltoluene polymer | Linseed oil, polymer with pentaerythritol, phthalic anhydride, soybean oil, styrene and vinyltoluene | Linseed oil, polymerized | Lipase, fungal | Liquefied petroleum gas mixture (unspecified) | Lithium 12-hydroxystearate | Lithium complex | Lithium grease | Lithium soap complex | Lithium stearate | Long oil alkyd resin | Low ash additive | Lube oil additive containing polybutylene in oil | Lubricating oils, petroleum, C15-30, hydrotreated neutral oil-base | Lubricating oils, petroleum, hydrotreated spent | Lubricity additive mixture | Lysine


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| m-Phenylenebis(methylamine) | Magnesium aluminum starch octenylsuccinate | Magnesium ascorbyl phosphate | Magnesium carbonate | Magnesium chloride anhydrous | Magnesium cocoate | Magnesium fluoride | Magnesium fluorosilicate (MgSiF6), hexahydrate | Magnesium laurate | Magnesium nitrate | Magnesium oxide | Magnesium silicate | Magnesium silicates, hydrated | Magnesium stearate | Magnesium sulfate | Magnesium sulfate heptahydrate | Magnesium tallowate | Magnetite (Fe3O4) | Magnolia oil | Malachite green | Malathion | Malic acid | Mallow extract | Maltodextrin | Mancozeb | Mandarin oil | Manganese | Manganese 2-ethylhexanoate | Manganese acetate | Manganese compound/solution (unspecified) | Manganese EDTA, disodium salt | Manganese gluconate | Manganese naphthenate | Manganese oxide | Manganese sulfate anyhydrous | Manganese violet | Mango extract | Mannitol | Manure | Marigold (calendula) oil | Marigold extract | Matricaria (chamomilla recutita) extract | MDI (polymeric) | MEA laureth sulfate | MEA-Oleate | Meadowfoam seed oil | Meadowseed (Spiraea ulmaria) extract | Meadowsweet extract | Mecoprop-dimethylammonium | Mecoprop-p | Melaleuca alternifolia extract (Tea tree oil) | Melamine, formaldehyde, toluenesulfonamide polymer | Melon extract | Menthol | Menthol (Racementhol) | Menthol, L- | Menthyl anthranilate | Menthyl lactate | Mercury | Mesitylene (1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene) | Metalaxyl-M | Metaldehyde | Metaldehyde | Methacrylate copolymer | Methacrylate polymer | Methacrylic acid | Methacrylic esters mixture | Methanol | Methenamine | Methicone | Methionine | Methoxychlor | Methoxypropylgluconamide | Methoxytriglycol | Methyl acetate | Methyl cyclohexane | Methyl ethyl ketone | Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide | Methyl ethyl ketoxime | Methyl glucose sesquistearate | Methyl isobutyl ketone | Methyl methacrylate monomer (MMA) | Methyl n-amyl ketone | Methyl nitrate | Methyl nonyl ketone | Methyl palmitate | Methyl salicylate | Methylcellulose | Methylchloroisothiazoline | Methylchloroisothiazolinone | Methylchloroisothiazolinone/Methylisothiazolinone (3/1) mixture | Methyldibromoglutaronitrile | Methyldihydrojasmonate | Methyldimethoxy polydime-siloxane | Methylene bis(thiocyanate) | Methylene bisphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) | Methylene blue | Methylene chloride | Methylene urea | Methylisothiazoline | Methylisothiazolinone | Methylparaben | Methylpropanediol | Methyltriacetoxysilane | Methyltrimethoxysilane | Metronidazole | Mica | Mica (unspecified type) | Microcrystalline cellulose (microfibers) | Microcrystalline wax | Micronized Black 1080 | Milk protein, casein, hydrolyzed | Milk, nonfat dry | Mimosa wax | Mineral colloid | Mineral filler(s) | Mineral oil (unspecified) | Mineral oil USP | Mineral oil, white | Mineral spirits | Mineral spirits, odorless | Mint oil, dementholized | Mixed alkyl borate esters | Mixed dialkyl (C8-C10) dimethyl ammonium chloride | Mixture Emulsion Asphalt | Mixture of polymers & polysiloxanes | Modified acrylic copolymer | Modified acrylic emulsion | Modified acrylic emulsion copolymer | Modified acrylic vinyl emulsion | Modified phthalic glycerol alkyd resins | Modified polymer emulsion | Modified Polymeric MDI | Modified polyurethane aqueous dispersion | Molybdic oxide | Monoethanolamine (MEA) | Monoethanolamine borate | Monoisopropanolamine borate | Monosodium acid methanearsonate | Monosodium phosphate | Montmorillonite | Montmorillonite | Moonflower | Morpholine | MSDS: Contains no kown hazardous ingredients. | MSDS: No reportable quantities of hazardous materials present | MSDS: Proprietary or trade secret ingredient(s) | Mucopolysaccharides, hydrolyzed | Mucoprotein, soluble | Muguet (lily-of-the-valley oil) | Mulberry extract | Multisterol extract | Muscovite | Mushroom oil | Musk(s) | Mustard oil | Myclobutanil | Myreth-3 myristate | Myristic acid | Myristoyl hydrolyzed collagen | Myristyl dimethyl amine oxide | Myristyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride | Myristyl myristate | Myrtocyan (Bilberry extract)


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| N,N'-(Piperazinediylbis(2,2,2-trichloroethylidene)) bis(formamide) | N,N'-Disalicyclidene-1,2-propanediamine | N,N-bis(2-Hydroxyethyl)-p-phenylenediamine sulfate | N,N-bis(2-Hydroxyethyl)-p-phenylenediamine sulfate | N,N-Diethyl-meta-toluamide | N-Alkyl (C12-16) dimethylamine oxide(s) | n-Alkyl(C12, 68%, C14, 32%) dimethyl ethylbenzyl ammonium chloride | n-Alkyl(C14, 60%; C16, 30%; C12, 5%; C18, 5%) dimethylbenzyl ammonium chloride | N-ethyl menthyl carboxamide | N-Ethyl perfluorooctane sulfonamide | N-Methylolacrylamide | N-Methylpyrrolidone | N-Octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide (MGK 264) | N-Phenyl-p-phenylenediamine | Naphtha (VM&P) | Naphtha, medium aliphatic | Naphtha, petroleum, heavy alkylate | Naphtha, petroleum, heavy straight-run | Naphtha, petroleum, hydrotreated heavy | Naphtha, petroleum, hydrotreated light | Naphtha, petroleum, light alkylate | Naphthalene | Naphthenic petroleum oil mixture (64742-53-6/64742-52-5) | Natural gum | Nectarine | Neem oil | Neopentyl glycol dioctanoate | Nepheline syenite | Nettle extract | Neutralized heavy naphthenic petroleum distillates | Niacin | Niacinamide (Vitamin B) | Nickel | Nicotine | Nitraline | Nitrate nitrogen | Nitric acid | Nitrocellulose | Nitroethane | Nitrofurazone | Nitrogen (propellant) | Nitromethane | Nitrosomonas | Nitrosospira | Nitrospira | Nitrous oxide | No ingredients in this product are hazardous as defined by the Department of Labor. | No MSDS required | Non-hazardous ingredient(s) | Nonane | Nonionic emulsifier | Nonionic surfactant(s) (unspecified) | Nonoxynol | Nonoxynol-10 | Nonoxynol-2 | Nonoxynol-4 | Nonoxynol-9 | Nonoyl Nonoxynol-49 | Nonpathogenic bacteria | Nonyl phenol | Nonylphenol | Nonylphenoxy poly(ethyleneoxy) ethanol, branched | Nonylphenyl polyethoxylate | Nonylphenyl polyethylene glycol ether (mixture) | Nuisance dust | Nutmeg extract


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| o-Dichlorobenzene | o-Phenylphenol | Oat extract | Oat flour | Oat Kernel Oil | Oatmeal, colloidal | Octadecanoic acid | Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane, silica reaction product | Octamethylcydotetrasiloxane | Octane improver | Octocrylene | Octoxynol 9 | Octoxynol-1 | Octoxynol-13 | Octyl cocoate | Octyl dimethyl PABA | Octyl ethoxycinnamate | Octyl hydroxystearate | Octyl isononanoate | Octyl methoxycinnamate | Octyl palmitate | Octyl phenyl ether | Octyl salicylate | Octyl stearate | Octylacrylamide/Acrylates copolymer | Octylacrylamide/acrylates/butylaminoethyl methacrylate copolymer | Octyldodecanol | Octyldodecyl myristate | Octyldodecyl neopentanoate | Octyldodecyl stearoyl stearate | Octylphenol polyethoxylate | Octylphenoxypoly(ethoxyethanol) | Octyltriethoxysilane | Odor eliminator derived from corn | Oil -100 sol. Neutral | Oil modified polyurethane | Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus | Oils, eucalyptus, E. citriodora | Olealkonium chloride | Oleamide MIPA | Oleamidopropyl betaine | Olefin copolymer | Oleic acid | Oleth-10 | Oleth-16 | Oleth-2 | Oleth-3 | Oleth-3 phosphate | Oleth-5 | Oleyl alcohol | Oleylpolyoxethylene glycol ether (Oleth-2) | Olive oil | Opacifier | Orange (Citris aurantium dulcis) extract | Orange blossom oil | Orange colorant | Orange leaves | Orange oil | Orange peel wax | Orange roughy oil | Organic acid(s) (unspecified) | Organic ion exchange resin(s) | Organo-Chromium compound (unspecified) | Organofunctional silicon compound | Other fragrance(s) | Oxalic acid | Oxalic acid dihydrate | Oxirane, methyl-, polymer with oxirane, monohexyl ether | Oxybis(dodecyl benzenesulfonic acid), disodium salt | Oxychlorine compounds (unspecified) | Oxyfluorfen | Ozokerite


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| p-Aminophenol | p-Chloro-o-benzylphenol | p-Dichlorobenzene | p-Menthane-3,8-diol | p-Methylaminophenol sulfate | p-Phenylenediamine | p-Phenylenediamine sulfate | p-Xylene | Palm acid | Palm glyceride | Palm kernel acid | Palm kernel oil | Palm kernelate (unspecified type) | Palmaria palmata extract | Palmitamidohexadecanediol | Palmitic acid | Palmitoyl myristyl serinate | palmitoyl oligopeptide | Pancreatin | Pantethine | Panthenol | Panthenol liposomes | Panthenol, DL-form | Panthenyl ethyl ether | Pantothenic Acid | Papaya extract | Paper facing | Paraben preservatives | Paraffin | Paraffin oil | Paraffin waxes, petroleum, clay-treated | Paraffin waxes, petroleum, hydrotreated | Paraffin(s) (unspecified) | Paraffinic base oil (unspecified) | Paraffinic oil, lightly refined | Paraffins, petroleum, normal C5-20 | Particulates not otherwise regulated | Passion flower extract | Passion fruit | Patchouli oil | PCMO additive | Peach extract | Peanut butter | Peanut oil | Pear extract | Pectin | PEG 120 | PEG 600 | PEG-10 | PEG-10 soya sterol | PEG-100 | PEG-100 Stearate | PEG-12 | PEG-12 distearate | PEG-120 Methyl glucose dioleate | PEG-120 methyl glucose trioleate | PEG-14M | PEG-15 cocamine | PEG-15 cocopolyamine | PEG-15 tallow polyamine | PEG-150 | PEG-150 distearate | PEG-150 pentaerythrityl tetrastearate | Peg-150/Stearyl/SMDI Copolymer | PEG-16 soy sterol | PEG-18 glyceryl oleate/cocoate | PEG-180 | PEG-2 Oleamine | PEG-2 sulfosuccinate | PEG-2 tallow amine | PEG-20 Almond glycerides | PEG-20 glycerides | PEG-20 methyl glucose sesquistearate | PEG-200 | PEG-200 glyceryl tallowate | PEG-2M | PEG-3 Dioleoylamidoethylmonium methosulfate | PEG-32 | PEG-35 castor oil | PEG-4 | PEG-40 | PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil | PEG-40 stearate | PEG-5 cocoamide | PEG-5 soy sterol | PEG-5 stearamine | PEG-5 tallow amide | PEG-50 hydrogenated palmamide | PEG-50 Tallow amide | PEG-55 | PEG-5M | PEG-6 | PEG-6 caprylic | PEG-6 Caprylic/capric glycerides | PEG-6 methyl ether | PEG-60 (Polysorbate 60) | PEG-60 almond glycerides | PEG-60 lanolin | PEG-65 Lanolin oil | PEG-75 | PEG-75 Lanolin oil | PEG-75 Soy glycerides | PEG-7M | PEG-8 | PEG-8 dilaurate | PEG-8 distearate | PEG-8 hydrogenated tallow amine | PEG-8/SMDI copolymer | PEG-80 | PEG-80 Glyceryl cocoate | PEG-80 laurate | PEG-80 sorbitan laurate | PEG-90M | PEG/PPG-17/6 copolymer | Pelargonic acid | Pendimethalin | Pennyroyal oil | Pentadecalactone | Pentaerythritol rosinate | Pentaerythritol tetra(2-ethylhexanoate) | Pentaerythritol, phthalic anhydride, soybean oil polymer | Pentaerythrityl hydrogenated rosinate | Pentaerythrityl tetrabehenate | Pentaerythrityl tetracaprylate/caprate | Pentaerythrityl tetrastearate | Pentahydrosqualene | Pentane | Pentapotassium triphosphate | Pentasodium pentetate | Pentasodium triphosphate | Pentasodium tripolyphosphate | Peppermint extract | Peppermint oil | Perfluorooctyl triethoxysilane | Perfluoropolyether mixture | Perfume oils (mixture) | Perilla ocymoides leaf extract | Perlite | Permethrin | Petrolatum | Petrolatum | Petroleum basestocks | Petroleum distillate(s) (unspecified) | Petroleum distillate, steam-cracked, polymers with light steam- cracked petroleum naphtha | Petroleum distillates | Petroleum distillates (JP5 Jet fuel) | Petroleum gases, liquefied | Petroleum gases, liquefied, sweetened | Petroleum lubricant | Petroleum oil | Petroleum oil (unspecified) | Petroleum spirits | PG-hydroxyethylcellulose stearyldimonium chloride | Phantolid | Phenol | Phenolic resin | Phenyl dimethicone | Phenyl methyl pyrazolone | Phenyl trimethicone | Phenyl, propyl silicone resin | Phenylbenzimidazole sulfonic acid | Phenylpropyldimethyl/Triethyl siloxysilicate | Phosphate | Phosphated polyol | Phospholipids (unspecified type) | Phosphoric acid | Phosphorus acid | Phthalic anhydride/trimellitic anhydride/glycol copolymer | Phthalic anhydride/Trimellitic anhydride/Glycols copolymer | Phthalic anhydride/Trimellitic anhydride/Glycols copolymer | Phthalic/glycerol alkyl resin | Phytantriol | Phytantriol panthenol | Phytol | Pigment (proprietary) | Pine needle extract | Pine oil | Pineapple protease | Pinetree extract | Piperonyl butoxide | Plantain | Plantain extract | Plum extract | Polihexanide | Polishing powder | Polixetonium chloride | Poloxaflo 4370 | Poloxamer 407 | Poloxapol 1220 | Poly(ethylene oxide) | Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl) | Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-(1,3-dimethyl-1-(2-methylpropyl)hexyl)-omega-hydroxy- | Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-(4-nonylphenyl)-omega-hydroxy- ,branched | Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-isodecyl-omega-hydroxy- | Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-undecyl-omega-hydroxy-, branched and linear | Poly-TFE | Polyacrylamide | Polyacrylic emulsion | Polyalkenyl phenol | Polyalkylene glycol | Polyalkylmethacrylate | Polyamide resin | Polyamino sugar condensate | Polybutene | Polybutene amine mixture | Polybutylene terephthalate | Polydecene | Polydialkylsiloxanes | Polydimethylsiloxane | Polydimethylsiloxanes (Silicon oil) | Polyester resin (proprietary) | Polyether amine mixture | Polyether poly blend | Polyethylene | Polyethylene glycol (5) undecyl ether | Polyethylene glycol 1000 monocetyl ether | Polyethylene glycol ethyl ether | Polyethylene glycol, monobutyl ester | Polyethylene glycols (unspecified) | Polyethylene oxide, dehydroabietylamine polymer | Polyethylene terephthalate | Polyethylene, chlorosulfonated | Polyethylene, oxidized | Polyethylene-polypropylene glycol | Polyethyleneoxyethanol | Polyethylenepolyamine, dimer fatty acid condensate | Polyfunctional alcohol | Polyglyceryl-10 decaoleate | Polyglyceryl-2 oleyl ether | Polyglyceryl-3 diisostearate | Polyglyceryl-4 isostearate | Polyglyceryl-4 oleyl ether | Polyglyceryl-4-oleate | Polyglyceryl-6 polyricinoleate | Polyglycerylmethacrylate | Polyglycol ester | Polyglycol oleate | Polyglycoside surfactant | Polyisobutane, hydrogenated | Polyisobutene | Polyisobutene, hydrogenated | Polyisocyanurate | Polymer coated sulfur coated urea | Polymer coated urea | Polymer JR | Polymer JR-400 | Polymer mixture/emulsion | Polymer wax blend (unspecified) | Polymer(s) (unspecified) | Polymeric disperant solution | Polymeric mercaptan (Trade Secret) | Polymethacrylamidopropyltrimonium chloride | Polymethyl methacrylate | Polymethylsilsesquioxane | Polyol (proprietary) | Polyolefin mixture | Polyolefin phenolic amine | Polyolefin polyamine succinimide, Molybdenum complex | Polyox PEG 7m | Polyoxyethylated (6) isodecyl alcohol | Polyoxyethylated stearyl alcohol (Steareth-2) | Polyoxyethylene isohexadecyl ether | Polyoxypropylene methylethyl ammonium chloride | Polyperfluoromethylisopropyl ether | Polyphosphoric acid | Polypropylene | Polypropylene, maleic anhydride polymer | Polypropyleneglycol diglycidyl ether | Polyquaternary amine in water | Polyquaternium-10 | Polyquaternium-11 | Polyquaternium-16 | Polyquaternium-22 | Polyquaternium-28 | Polyquaternium-37 | Polyquaternium-4 | Polyquaternium-6 | Polyquaternium-7 | Polysaccharide(s) | Polysorbate 20 | Polysorbate 80 | Polystyrene | Polystyrene resins | Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) | Polyurethane | Polyurethane-11 | Polyurethane-8 | Polyvinyl acetate | Polyvinyl acetate emulsion | Polyvinyl alcohol | Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) | Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) | Poly[oxyethylene(dimethyliminio) ethylene(dimethyliminio)ethylene] dichloride | Portland cement | Potassium acesulfame | Potassium acrylinoleate | Potassium bicarbonate | Potassium C9-C15 alkyl phosphate | Potassium carbonate | Potassium cetyl phosphate | Potassium chloride | Potassium cis-9-octadecenoic acid | Potassium cocoate | Potassium cocoyl hydrolyzed collagen | Potassium hydroxide | Potassium iodide | Potassium lactate | Potassium laurate | Potassium lauryl sulfate | Potassium magnesium sulfate | Potassium methyl siliconate | Potassium monopersulfate | Potassium myristate | Potassium nitrate | Potassium octoxynol-12 phosphate | Potassium palmitate | Potassium persulfate | Potassium phosphate | Potassium phosphate, tribasic | Potassium polysilicate | Potassium siliconate | Potassium siliconate solution | Potassium soap of vegetable oil | Potassium sorbate | Potassium sorbate | Potassium stearate | Potassium sulfate | Potassium tallate | Potassium tallowate | Potassium thioglycolate | Pour point depressant | Povidone-Iodine | PPG-1 hydroxyethyl caprylamide | PPG-10 butanediol | PPG-10 glyceryl ether | PPG-11 stearyl ether | PPG-12 PEG-65 lanolin | PPG-12-Buleth-16 | PPG-12-PEG-50 lanolin | PPG-14 Butyl ether | PPG-17/ipdi/DMPA copolymer | PPG-2 ceteareth-9 | PPG-2 Hydroxyethyl cocamide | PPG-2 myristyl ether propionate | PPG-24-glycereth-24 | PPG-3 hydroxyethyl soyamide | PPG-3 myristyl ether | PPG-30 Cetyl ether | PPG-5 lanolin wax | PPG-5 Laureth-5 | PPG-5-Ceteth-20 | PPG-51/SMDI copolymer | PPG-66-glycereth-12 | PPG-9 diethylmonium chloride | Prallethrin | Pramoxine hydrochloride | Pregnenolone acetate | Prepolymer of MDI and polyether polyol | Preservative(s) (unspecified) | Process oil & Dispersant II | Processing aid(s) | Proline | Prometon | Propane | Propane, 2-methoxy-1-(2-methoxy-1-methylethoxy)- | Propane/Butane propellant | Propanoic acid, 2-hydroxy-, (2S)- | Propanol | Propellant (unspecified) | Propellant blend | Propiconazole | Propionic acid | Propoxur | Proprietary biocide | Proprietary coated mica | Proprietary Polyamine | Propyl acetate | Propyl gallate | Propylamine, 3-(isodecyloxy)-, acetate | Propylene carbonate | Propylene glycol | Propylene glycol butyl ether | Propylene glycol dicaprylate/dicaprate | Propylene glycol laurate | Propylene glycol monobutyl ether | Propylene glycol oleate | Propylene glycol phenyl ether | Propylene glycol stearate | Propylene glycol t-butyl ether | Propylene oxide | Propylene oxide, propylene glycol polymer (PPG-9) | Propylparaben | Protease enzyme (unspecified) | Proteinase | Prunus africana extract | Prunus amygdalus dulcis | Pueraria thunbergiana extract | Pumice | Punica granatum fruit juice | PVM/MA copolymer | PVM/MA decadiene crosspolymer | PVP/Dimethylaminoethylmethacrylate copolymer | PVP/Hexadecene copolymer | PVP/Hydrolyzed wheat protein crosspolymer | PVP/VA copolymer | Pyrethrin II | Pyrethrins | Pyrethrum | Pyrethrum (Pyrethrins) (unspecified CAS #) | Pyridoxine hydrochloride (Vitamin B6 hydrochloride) | Pyriproxyfen | Pyronyl


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| Quality control agent(s) | Quarbean powder | Quartz | Quaternary ammonium compounds, Di-(C14-C18 Alkyl), Methyl sulfate surfactant blend | Quaternary ammonium montmorillonite | Quaternary fatty amine ethoxylate | Quaternium-15 | Quaternium-18 | Quaternium-18 bentonite | Quaternium-18 hectorite | Quaternium-22 | Quaternium-52 | Quaternium-79 | Quaternium-79 hydrolyzed milk protein | Quaternium-84 | Quillaja saponaria extract | Quince seed extract | Quinclorac | Quinine hydrochloride


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| Raspberry leaf extract | Reacted urethane prepolymer, mixture | Red dye | Refined coal tar pitch | Residual oils, (petroleum), solvent deasphalted | Residual oils, petroleum, hydrotreated | Residual oils, petroleum, solvent dewaxed | Residual oils, petroleum, solvent-refined | Resin (unspecified) | Resin acids and rosin acids, hydrogenated, esters with pentaerythritol | Resin acids and Rosin acids, hydrogenated, esters with triethylene glycol | Resin acids and Rosin acids, sodium salts | Resmethrin | Resorcinol | Retinol (Vitamin A) | Retinol A | Retinyl acetate | Retinyl palmitate | Rhatania root extract | Rhubarb extract | Rice bran oil | Rice bran wax | Ricinoleamidopropyl ethyldimonium ethosulfate | Ricinus oil (Castor oil) | Ridomil | Rose extract | Rosemary extract | Rosin | Rosin ester mixture | Rosin, polymerized | Rotenone | Rubber curing ingredients | Rubber, natural | Rubber, synthetic | Rust inhibitor/preventive | Rutile (Titanium dioxide) | Rutin


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| S-Bioallethrin | Saccharide isomerate | Saccharin | Saccharomyces lysate extract | Saccharomyces/Zinc ferment | Saccharum Officinarum Extract Sugar Cane | Safflower oil | Sage extract | Sage oil | Salicylic acid | Sandalwood oil/extract (unspecified) | Sargassum extract | Sarsaparilla extract | Savinase 16L enzyme | Saw palmetto extract | Sawdust | Scutellaria baicalensis extract | SD Alcohol 38B | SD Alcohol 39C | SD Alcohol 40C | Secondary alkane sulphonate | Sefa cottonate | Selenium | Selenium disulfide | Selenium sulfide | Sepiolite | Sequestrant | Serine | Severely refined mineral oils (unspecified) | Severely refined petroleum basestocks | Shea butter | Shellac | Shellac wax | Silane, trimethoxy(2-methylpropyl)- | Silanol/Siloxane polymers | Silica (crystalline) | Silica (unspecified) | Silica and silicones (mixture) | Silica dimethyl silylate | Silica fume, amorphous | Silica gel | Silica silylate | Silica, amorphous (Diatomaceous silica) | Silica, crystaline | Silica, crystalline (unspecified type) | Silica, crystalline - tridymite | Silica, hydrate | Silica, reaction product with chlorotrimethylsilane | Silicate | Silicate mineral (unspecified) | Silicic acid | Silicic acid (H4SiO4), tetraethyl ester, hydrolysis products with chlorotrimethylsilane | Silicic acid, aluminum postassium salt (Feldspar) | Silicic acid, disodium salt | Siliconates (unspecified) | Silicone emulsion/solution | Silicone fluid | Silicone glycol | Silicone quaternium-13 | Silicone resin (unspecified) | Silicones mixture | Silk peptide | Silk protein | Silk protein, hydrolyzed | Siloxanes and silicones | Siloxanes and Silicones, di-Me, hydroxy-terminated | Silver | Simazine | Simethicone | Smectite | Snow floss | Soap (unspecified) | Sodium acid sulfate | Sodium alcohol sulfate | Sodium alkyl glycerol sulfonate | Sodium alkyl sulfate | Sodium alkylaryl sulfonates | Sodium alkylbenzenesulfonate | Sodium aluminosilicate | Sodium aryl sulfonate | Sodium bentazon | Sodium benzoate | Sodium benzotriazolyl butylphenol sulfonate | Sodium bicarbonate | Sodium bisulfite | Sodium borate decahydrate (borax) | Sodium C12-18 fatty alcohol sulfate | Sodium C14-16 olefin sulfonate | Sodium C8-16 isoalkylsuccinyl lactoglobulin sulfonate | Sodium cacodylate | Sodium carbomer | Sodium carbonate | Sodium carbonate | Sodium chloride | Sodium chondroitin sulfate | Sodium citrate (Trisodium citrate) | Sodium citrate dihydrate | Sodium coco PG-dimonium chloride phosphate | Sodium cocoamphoacetate | Sodium cocoamphopropionate | Sodium cocoate | Sodium cocoglyceryl ether sulfonate | Sodium cocoyl isethionate | Sodium cocoyl sarcosinate | Sodium cumenesulfonate | Sodium cumenesulphonate | Sodium dehydroacetate | Sodium di-n-octyl sulfosuccinate | Sodium dichloroisocyanurate | Sodium dichloroisocyanurate dihydrate | Sodium diethylaminopropyl cocoaspartamide | Sodium dihydrogen citrate | Sodium Dilinoleate | Sodium dodecyl diphenyl oxide disulfonate | Sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate | Sodium fluoride | Sodium gluconate | Sodium glutamate | Sodium glycolate | Sodium hyaluronate | Sodium hydrosulfite | Sodium hydroxide | Sodium hydroxymethane sulfinic acid | Sodium hydroxymethane sulfonate | Sodium hydroxymethylglycinate | Sodium hypochlorite | Sodium isethionate | Sodium isostearoamphopropionate | Sodium isostearoyl lactylate | Sodium lactate | Sodium laurate | Sodium laureth sulfate | Sodium laureth-13 carboxylate | Sodium laureth-4 phosphate | Sodium lauriminodipropionate | Sodium lauroampho PG | Sodium lauroampho PG-acetate phosphate | Sodium lauroamphoacetate | Sodium lauroyl lactylate | Sodium lauroyl sarcosinate | Sodium lauryl ether sulfate | Sodium lauryl sarcosinate | Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) | Sodium magnesium silicate | Sodium metabisulfite | Sodium metasilicate | Sodium metasilicate pentahydrate | Sodium methyl cocoyl taurate | Sodium methylparaben | Sodium molybdate | Sodium monofluorophosphate | Sodium myreth sulfate | Sodium myristoyl sarcosinate | Sodium nitrate | Sodium nitrite | Sodium nonanoyloxybenzenesulfonate | Sodium Nonoxynol-9 | Sodium Nonoxynol-9 Phosphate | Sodium octyl sulfonate | Sodium olefin sulfonate | Sodium oleth sulfate | Sodium oleth-7 phosphate | Sodium palm kernelate | Sodium Palmate | Sodium palmitate | Sodium PEG-4 lauramide carboxylate | Sodium perborate | Sodium perborate | Sodium perborate monohydrate | Sodium perborate tetrahydrate | Sodium percarbonate | Sodium percarbonate | Sodium persulfate | Sodium petroleum sulfonate | Sodium phosphate | Sodium phosphate, tribasic | Sodium polymetaphosphate | Sodium polynaphthalenesulfonate | Sodium polystyrene sulfonate | Sodium potassium aluminum silicate | Sodium saccharin | Sodium saccharin dihydrate | Sodium salt of polymeric carboxylic acid | Sodium sesquicarbonate | Sodium silicate | Sodium silicates | Sodium silicates (unspecified) | Sodium silicates, hydrated | Sodium silicofluoride | Sodium stannate | Sodium stearate | Sodium stearoyl lactylate | 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isostearate | Sorbitan laurate | Sorbitan oleate (emulsifier) | Sorbitan sesquioleate | Sorbitan stearate | Sorbitan trioleate | Sorbitan tristearate | Sorbitol | Soy acids | Soy glyceride, hydrogenated | Soy protein | Soy protein, hydrolyzed | Soy sterol | Soyaethyl morpholinium ethosulfate | Soybean meal | Soybean oil | Soybean oil blend | Soybean oil, maleated | Soybean sterol | Soyethyldimonium ethosulfate | Soytrimonium chloride | Spearmint extract | Spearmint oil | Spermaceti | Spice(s) | Spike lavender oil | Spinosyn A | Spinosyn D | Squalane (Polyquaternium-39) | St. Bartholomew's tea (Mate) (Ilex paraguariensis) | Stabilizer | Stain remover (unspecified) | Stannous chloride | Stannous fluoride | Starch | Starch (unspecified) | Static control agent(s) (unspecified) | Steapyrium chloride | Stearalkonium bentonite | Stearalkonium chloride | Stearalkonium hectorite | Stearamide AMP | Stearamidopropyl diethylamine | Stearamidopropyl dimethylamine | Stearamidopropyl PG-dimonium chloride phosphate | Steareth-10 | Steareth-10 Allyl Ether/Acrylates Copolymer | Steareth-21 | Stearic acid | Stearic acid, aminoethylethanolamine amide-imidazoline, carboxymethylated sodium salt | Stearoxy dimethicone | Stearyl alcohol | Stearyl dimethicone | Stearyl octyldimonium methosulfate | Stearyl propionate | Stearyltrimonium hydroxyethyl | Stevia rebandiana extract | Stoddard solvent | Strawberry | Strontium chloride | Strychnine alkaloid | Styrene | Styrene acrylic copolymer | Styrene acrylic emulsion | Styrene, alpha-methylstyrene polymer, hydrogenated | Styrene, alpha-methylstyrene, vinyltoluene, indene, dicyclopentadiene polymer | Styrene, methyl methacrylate, methacrylic acid, 2-ethylhexyl acrylate polymer | Styrene-acrylic polymer | Styrene-ethylene/propylene block polymer | Styrene/1,3-Butadiene copolymer | Styrene/Acrylate copolymer | Styrene/acrylates copolymer | Styrene/Butadiene copolymer | Styrene/PVP copolymer | Substituted azonaphthalenesulfonate salt #1 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| Ultramarine blue | Ultramarines (unspecified) | Unwoven cloth | Urea | Urea hydrochloride | Urea phosphate | Urea, polymer with formaldehyde and phenol | Urea-formaldehyde resin | Utramarines | UV Additives


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| VA/Crotonates/vinyl neodecanoate copolymer | Vancide-TH | Vanilla oil/extract | Vanillin | Vegetable emulsifying wax | Vegetable extract | Vegetable oil | Vegetable oil (unspecified) | Vegetable oil, hydrogenated | Vegetable protein, hydrolyzed | Vegetable source ester-Quat derived from soy | Verbena officinalis extract | Vermiculite | Vetiver | Vinyl acetate monomer | Vinyl acetate, dioctyl maleate copolymer | Vinyl acetate, n-butyl acrylate polymer | Vinyl acetate/Crotonic acid copolymer | Vinyl acrylic copolymer | Vinyl alcohol - vinyl acetate copolymer | Vinyl polymer | Vinyl toluene alkyd copolymer | Vinylchloride, vinyl acetate, maleic anhydride polymer | Vinyltoluene | Viola tricolor extract | Viscosity improver | Vitamin B6 (Vitamin H) | Vitamin E | Vitamin-protein complex


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| Walnut shell powder | Water | Water insoluble nitrogen | Water lily extract | Water softener(s) | Water softeners (complex sodium phosphates/sodium carbonate) | Water soluble cyan dye | Water soluble nitrogen | Water soluble organic solvents | Water soluble red dye | Water soluble yellow dye | Water spot prevention agent(s) | Watercress extract | Wax emulsion | Wax(es) (unspecified) | Wax-1 (proprietary) | Wax-2 (proprietary) | Wax-3 (proprietary) | Wax/thickening agent(s) | Western red cedar extract/dust | Wetable powder pyrethroid | Wetting agent(s) (unspecified) | Wheat germ (triticum vulgare) protein | Wheat germ amidopropyl dimethylamine lactate | Wheat germ amidopropyl ethyldimonium ethosulfate | Wheat germ extract | Wheat germ glycerides | Wheat germ oil | Wheat germ, hydrolyzed | Wheat protein, hydrolyzed | Wheat starch, hydrolyzed | White birch extract | White ginger extract | White wax | Whole egg solids | Wild cherry extract | Wild cherry extract | Wild yam (Discoria villosa) extract | Willow extract | WinSurf NLS-90 | Witch hazel extract | Wood fiber board | Wood floor | Wood flour


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| Xanthan gum | Ximenynic acid | Xylene (mixed isomers) | Xylitol


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| Yarrow extract | Yeast extract | Yellow gold colorant | Yellow iron oxide | Ylang-ylang oil | Yucca extract


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| Zinc ammonium carbonate | Zinc chloride | Zinc citrate | Zinc compound(s) (unspecified) | Zinc dialkyldithiophosphate | Zinc dust | Zinc oxide | Zinc PCA | Zinc phosphate | Zinc phosphide | Zinc pyrithione | Zinc stearate | Zinc sulfate | Zinc sulfide | Zinc sulfide (ZnS), copper chloride-doped | Zinc yeast derivative | Zinc(2+), tetraammine-, (T-4)-, carbonate (1:1) | Ziram | Zirconium 2-ethylhexanoate | Zirconium acetate | Zirconium and compounds | Zirconium compound/solution (unspecified) | Zirconium silicate


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| (+)-R-2-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)propionic acid | (C10-C16) Alcohol ethoxylate, sulfated, sodium salt | (C13-C16)Alkyl ethoxylate sulfuric acid, ammonium salt ethers, ammonium salts | (C14-C18) Dialkyldimethylammonium methyl sulfate | (C6-C12) Alkyl alcohol ethoxylate phosphoric acid | (N-Pantothenyl-amidoethyl)disulfide | (R,Z)-5-(1-Decenyl) Dihydro-2(3H) Furanone | 0.11-0.04-0.08 Fertilizer | 1,1'-Oxydi-2-propanol | 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane | 1,1-Difluoroethane (Hydrofluorocarbon 152A) | 1,2 Butylene Oxide | 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene | 1,2-Benzisothiazolin-3-one | 1,3,5-Tris(trifluoropropyl)trimethylcyclotrisiloxane | 1,3-Butadiene | 1,3-Dichloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin | 1,3-Dichloro-5-ethyl-5-methylhydantoin | 1,3-Propanediol | 1,3-Propanediol, 2-ethyl-2-(hydroxymethyl)-, polymer with (chloromethyl)oxirane | 1,4-Benzenediamine, N,N'-bis(1-methylpropyl)- | 1,4-Butanediol | 1,4-Dialkylaminoanthraquinone | 1,4-Dioxane | 1,5-Pentanediol | 1-(2-Methylcyclohexyl)-3-phenylurea | 1-Acetoxy-2-Methylnaphthalene | 1-Acetyl-2-phenylhydrazine | 1-Benzoylamino-7-(p-methyl-o-sulfophenylazo)-naphthalene-3,6-disulfonate, trisodium salt | 1-Butene, polymer with ethene | 1-Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane | 1-Decene, homopolymer, hydrogenated | 1-Decene, tetramer, with 1-decene trimer, hydrogenated | 1-Hydroxyethyl 4,5-diamino pyrazole sulfate | 1-hydroxyethylidene | 1-Methoxy-2-propanol | 1-Methoxy-2-propanol acetate | 1-Naphthol | 1-Nitropropane | 1-Octene, sulfurized | 1-Propanol-2-butoxy | 1-Propoxy-2-propanol | 10-12-12 Fertilizer | 10-15-10 Fertilizer | 10-52-10 Fertilizer | 15-30-15 Fertilizer | 17-17-17 Fertilizer | 18-18-21 Fertilizer | 18-24-16 Fertilizer | 19-6-12 Fertilizer | 2(3H)-Furanone, 5-heptyldihydro- | 2,2,4-Trimethyl-1,3-pentanediol | 2,2,4-Trimethyl-1,3-pentanediol isobutyrate | 2,2,4-Trimethylpentanediol-1,3-diisobutyrate | 2,2-Dimethylbutane | 2,2-Oxybis-ethanol dibenzoate | 2,3,4,5 Bis(2-butylene) tetrahydro 2-furaldehyde | 2,3-Dimethylbutane | 2,4,6-Triphenol (Dimethylaminomethyl) | 2,4-D butoxyethyl ester | 2,4-D, isopropylamine salt | 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) | 2,5-Diaminotoluene | 2,6-Di-t-butyl-p-cresol (BHT) | 2-((Hydroxymethyl)amino)ethanol | 2-(2,4-Diaminophenoxy)ethanol dihydrochloride | 2-(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)propionic acid | 2-(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)propionic acid isooctyl ester | 2-(2-(2-(Octylphenoxy)ethoxy)ethoxy)ethanesulfonic acid, sodium salt | 2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethanol | 2-(2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)propionic acid | 2-(2H-Benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-ditertpentylphenol | 2-2?-Bipyridyl | 2-amino-1-propanol | 2-Amino-3-hydroxypyridine | 2-Aminophenol | 2-Butoxyethanol | 2-Butoxyethanol acetate | 2-Diethylaminoethanol | 2-Ethylhexanoic acid | 2-Ethylhexanol | 2-Ethylhexyl ester, acrylic acid polymer with styrene | 2-Ethylhexyl salicylate | 2-Ethylhexyltitanate | 2-Hydroxyethyl octyl sulfide | 2-Hydroxyethyl starch (Tapioca) | 2-Hydroxypropyl starch | 2-Imidazoline-1-ethanol, 2-(8-heptadecenyl)- | 2-Methoxy-1-propanol | 2-Methyl-1,3-Propanediol | 2-Methyl-5-hydroxyethylaminophenol | 2-Methylpentane | 2-Methylresorcinol | 2-N-octyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one | 2-Nitro-p-phenylenediamine | 2-Phenoxyethanol | 2-Phenyl ethyl propionate | 2-Propenoic acid, 2-methyl-, butyl ester, polymer with butyl 2- propenoate and ethenylbenzene | 2-Propenoic acid, butyl ester, polymer with ethenylbenzene | 2-Propenoic acid, polymer with ethenylbenzene and 2-ethylhexyl 2-propenoate | 2-Propenoic acid, polymer with N-(1,1-dimethylethyl)-2-propenamide and ethyl 2-propenoate | 2-Pyrrolidone | 3,6-Dichloro-o-anisic acid (Dicambra) | 3-(3,5-Dichlorophenyl)-5-ethenyl-5-methyl-2,4-oxazolidinedione | 3-Aminomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexylamine | 3-Aminophenol | 3-Decyloxysulfolane | 3-Indolebutyric acid | 3-Iodo-2-propynylbutylcarbamate | 3-Isodecyloxypropaneamine, ethoxylated | 3-Methylpentane | 3-Phenylenediamine | 30-10-10 Fertilizer | 36-6-6 Fertilizer | 4,4-Isopropylidenediphenol | 4-(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)butyric acid | 4-Amino-2-hydroxytoluene | 4-Chloro-3,5-xylenol | 4-Chlorobenzotrifluoride | 4-Chlororesorcinol | 4-tert-Butylphenol | 5-Diaminopyrazole sulfate | 5-Hydroxypoly(methyleneoxy)methyl-1-aza-3,7-dioxabicyclo-3,3-octa- ne | 5-Oxo-DL-proline, monosodium salt | 6-Hydroxyindole | 9-10-15 Fertilizer


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C1 through C7 | C fibers | C-reactive protein | C section | Cac- | Cachet | Cachexia | Cachexia aphthosa | Cachexy | Cachinnation | Caci- | Caco- | Cacogeusia | Cacomelia | Cadaver | Cadaveric | Cadaverous | Calcar | Calcified disc | Calefacient | Calf bone | Calibacillus | Caliciform | Callus | Calmative | Calyciform | Campylobacter pylori | Canaliculus lacrimalis | Cancer | Capita | Capitus | Caprine | Caput | Carcinogenesis | Carcinogenic | Carcinogenicity | Card- | Cardi- | Cardiac echogenic foci | Cardiac echogenic focus | Cardio- | Cardiologist | Cardiology | Carpal | Cattarhal dysentery | Catheter | Catheterization | Catheterize | Catheterostat | Cation | Cation-anion difference | Cationic | Cationogen | Cauda | Caudae | Caudal | Caudalis | Causalgia | Celiac | Celiac disease | Celiac sprue | Celiac syndrome | Cell | Cella | Cellae | Cellular | Cellular biology | Cellularity | Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services | Central post-stroke syndrome | Centralis | Cephal- | Cephalad | Cephalalgia | Cephalic index | Cephalo- | Cephalodynia | Cephalomegaly | Cercopithecrine virus | Cerebellar ataxia | Cerebellar gait | Cerebellar vermis | Cerebellitis | Cerebral aqueduct | Cerebropathia | Cerebropathy | Cervical | Cervicalis | Cesarian birth | Cesarian section | Cestodes | Cheiromegaly | Chiari | Chiari malformation | Chiari's malformation | Chiromegaly | Choleretic | Chondromalacia | Chondromalacia patellae | Choreoathetosis | Chronic | Chronicity | Chronic obstructive lung disease | Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease | Clastic | Claw | CMS | Coccyges | Coccyx | Colitis | Colon | Colon bacillus | Colposcopy | Confabulation | Congenital hydronephrosis | Conjunctiva | Conjunctivae | Conjunctivitis | Constant | Convulsion | COPD | Coproma | Corneal ectasia | Cornified | Coroner | Corpulent | Costochondritis | Cranialis | Criminal abortion | Crocodile Hunter | CRP | Culicidal | Culicide | Culicifuge | Cum | Cumulative | Cumuli | Cumulus | Cuneate | Cuneiform | Cunnilingus | CUPS | Cymbocephalic | Cymbocephalous | Cymbocephaly | Cyst | Cystis urinaria | Cyt- | Cyto- | Cytoarchitectonics | Cytoarchitectural | Cytoarchitecture | Cytobiology | Cytobiotaxis | Cytochylema | Cytocidal | Cytocide | Cytoclasis | Cytoclastic | Cytoclesis | Cytogenesis | Cytogenous | Cytoid | Cytologic | Cytologist | Cytology | Cytolysis | Cytolytic | Cytomegalic | Cytomorphology | Cytopathic | Cytopathy | Cytoplasm | Cytoplasmic | Cyturia


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D and C | Dacry- | Dacryadenitis | Dacryo- | Dacryoadenitis | Dacryocele | Dacryocyst | Dacryocystalgia | Dacryocystectomy | Dacryocystocele | Dacryocystotomy | Dacryohemorrhea | Dacryorrhea | Dactyl- | Dactylo- | Dactylocampsis | Dactylocampsodynia | Dactylogryposis | Dandy Walker | Dandy Walker cyst | Dandy Walker malformation | Dandy Walker syndrome | Dandy Walker variant | D/C | D.D.S. | Deadly Quartet | Debt free | Deep sensibility | Dejerine-Roussy syndrome | Delayed echolalia | Delusion | Delusional | Dentist | Dentistry | Depersonalization | Derealization | Descending urography | Desiccate | Desiccation | Diabetes mellitus | Diahist | Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders | Dietary fiber | Diffuse angiokeratoma | Diffuse fibrosing pneumonia | Dihydrex | Dilation and curettage | Diphenacen | Diphenhydramine hydrochloride | Diphtheria | Diplegia | Disc desiccation | Discharge | Discitis | Diskitis | Disk prolapse | Disorganization | Disorient | Disparate | Disparity | Dispense | Disseminated | Distance | Distensibility | Distension | Distention | Distichiasis | Distress | Distrix | Disturbance | Divergent strabismus | Divulse | D.M.D. | D.O. | Doctor of Medicine | Doctor of Osteopathy | Dolichocephalic | Dolichocephalism | Dolichocephalous | Dolichocephaly | Dolichocranial | Don Juan | Don Juanism | Doryx | Double hemiplegia | Doxy-caps | Doxy-tabs | Doxycycline | Doxycycline hyclate | D.P.M. | Dr. | Drug abuse | Drunken gait | DSM | Dulcolax | Dx | Dynorphin | Dys- | Dysesthesia | Dysmetria | Dysmnesic psychosis | Dysmnesic syndrome | Dysphagia | Dysphagy | Dysstasia | Dysstatic | Dystasia | Dystocia | | Dystropy


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E. coli | Eat | Ebonation | Ebur | Eburneous | Ec- | Ecaudate | Eccentropiesis | Eccrisis | Eccritic | Ecdysiasm | Ecdysist | Echinate | Echinulate | Echo reaction | Echo speech | Echoacousia | Echo-free | Echogenic | Echogenic cardiac foci | Echogenic cardiac focus | Echogenic focus of the heart | Echogenic intracardiac foci | Echogenic intracardiac focus | Echographia | Echography | Echolalia | Echolocation | Echomotism | Echopathy | Echophrasia | Echopraxia | Eclabium | Eclampsia | Eclamptic | Eclamptogenic | Eclamptogenous | Eclectic | Ectad | Ectal | Ectogenous | Ectoparasite | Ectopia | Ectopic ossification | Ectopy | Ectosteal | Ectozoon | Ectro- | Ectrogenic | Ectrogeny | Ectropody | Edema | Egg shell nail | Elective abortion | EMDR | Employment | Encephalalgia | Encephalodynia | Encephalopathia | Encephalopathy | Encephalosis | Endo- | Endoabdominal | Endobiotic | Endoesophagitis | Endogastric | Endogenic | Endogenous | Endometrial endpoints | Endometriosis | Endoparasites | Endovenous | Enteric | Eosinophil | Eosinophile | Eosinophilic leukocyte | Ephedra | Epicritic | Equine gait | Ergo- | Ergonomics | Escherichia coli | Etiology | Evans, Sara | Ex- | Exacerbation | Exaltation | Examination | Examinee | Examiner | Excessive yawning | Excrescence | Excrete | Excretory urography | Exhilarant | Exitus | Exo- | Exogenetic | Exogenous | Exoteric | Exotropia | Expectorate | Expulsive | Exsanguination | Exsiccate | Exsomatize | Extensor mechanism disorder | External squint | Extra- | Extrabuccal | Extracellular | Extramural | Extraneous | Extraocular | Extraoral | Extraplacental | Extrapulmonary | Extrasensory | Extrasomatic | Extratracheal | Extrauterine | Extravert | Extravisual | Extremital | Extremitas | Extremity | Extro- | Extrovert | Extrude | Extubate | Extubation | Exuberant callus | Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing | Eyewash


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Fabry-Anderson disease | Fabry disease | Fabry's syndrome | Face | Facet | Facetectomy | Facette | Facial | Facialis | Facies | Faciolingual | Facioplasty | Factitious | Facultative | Faculty | Failure | Falcate | Falces | Falciform | Falx | Falsification | Family medicine | Family practice | Family practice physician | Family practitioner | Farabloc | Fascicle | Fasciola | Fasciolae | Fatal | Fatality | Fate | Fatigability | Fatty | Fauna | Faveolate | Faveoli | Faveolus | Features | Febricant | Febricula | Febrifacient | Febriferous | Febrific | Febrile | Fecal | Fecaloid | Fecaloma | Fecal softener | Fecal tumor | Feces | Feculent | Fecundate | Fecundation | Fecundity | Feeding | Feeling | Feline | Fellatio | Femoral | Femorotibial | Feral | Fertility | Fervescence | Fester | Festinant | Festination | Festinating gait | Fetal Accutane syndrome | Fetal retinoid syndrome | Fetation | Fetid | Fetoplacental | Fetor | Fetus in fetu | Fever of unknown origin | Feverish | Fiber | Fibre | Fibrogenesis | Fibromyalgia | Fibromyalgia syndrome | Fibula | Fievre | Filial | Filioparental | Filtrate | Fissural | Fissuration | Fissure | FIM | FIMS | Flaccid | Flaccidity | Flatulence | Flatulent | Flatus | Flatus vaginalis | Flavedo | Flavus | Flexor | Flight into disease | Food fever | | Forced feeding | Forcible feeding | FP | Friedreich's ataxia | F/U | Fulminating | Functional Independence Measure | Fundiform | Funiform | FUO | Furcal | Furrow | Fusiform | Fustigation | Fx


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g | G6PD deficiency | Ga | GABA | Gag | Gait | Galact- | Galacta- | Galactacrasia | Galactic | Galactidrosis | Galacto- | Galactophagous | Galactophorous | Galactopoiesis | Galactopoietic | Galactotherapy | Galvano- | Galvanosurgery | Galvanotherapy | Game | Ganglioglioma | Gaseous | Gastr- | Gastric | Gastric calculus | Gastric hemorrhage | Gastricus | Gastro- | Gastroatonia | Gastroblennhorrea | Gastrocardia | Gastrochronorrhea | Gastrocolic | Gastrocolitis | Gastrocoloptosis | Gastroenteric | Gastroenterocolitis | Gastroenteroplasty | Gastroenteroptosis | Gastroesophageal | Gastroesophagitis | Gastrogenic | Gastrohepatic | Gastrointestinal | Gastrolineal | Gastrolith | Gastrolithiasis | Gastrology | Gastromalacia | Gastromegaly | Gastromelus | Gastromyxorrhea | Gastropagus | Gastroparalysis | Gastropathy | Gastrophrenic | Gastrorrhagia | Gastrorrhexis | Gastrosplenic | Gastrostenois | Gastrotome | Gastrotomy | Gastrotonometer | Gastrotonometry | Gastrotoxic | Gastrotropic | Gd | Gelatinous substance | Gena | General practice | Genual | Gestation | Giant cell interstitial pneumonia | Giant cell pneumonia | GLA deficiency | Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency | Glutamic-aspartic transaminase | Glutamic-oxaloacetic transferase | Glutamic-pyruvic transferase | Gluten enteropathy | Gluten-induced enteropathy | Glycolipid lipidosis | gm | GOT | Gougerot-Sjogren's disease | GP | GPT | Gram | Gravidism | Graviditas | GSW | Gustatory hyperesthesia | GYN | Gynecologic | Gynecological | Gynecologist | Gynecology | Gynecic | Gynecogenic | Gynecoid | Gynecomania | Gyniatrics | Gyniatry | Gynopathy | Gyrate | Gyrose | Gyrospasm


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H. pylori | Habituation | Habitus | Hacking | Haematocrit | Hairy | Halation | Halitus | Halloween | Hallucination | Halophil | Halophile | Halophilic | Haematoidin | Hamman-Rich syndrome | Hamular | Hamuli | Hamulus | Hapalonychia | Haphalgesia | Haphazard | HBP | Hct | Head | Headache | Helicobacter pylori | Hematherm | Hematocrit | Hematoidin | Hematoidin crystals | Hemihyperhidrosis | Hemihyperidrosis | Hemiplegia | Hemiplegic gait | Hemoglobin | Hereditary spinal ataxia | Heredotaxia | Herpes B virus | Herpes catarrhalis | Herpes corneae | Herpes encephalitis | Herpes facialis | Herpes ferbrilis | Herpes gestationis | | Herpes simplex | Herpes simplex encephalitis | Herpes keratitis | Herpesvirus simiae | Herpes zoster | Herpetic keratitis | Herpetic keratoconjunctivitis | Heter- | Hetero- | Heterocellular | Heterocephalus | Heterocheiral | Heterochiral | Heterochromia | Heterochromous | Heterochronia | Heterochronic | Heterochronous | Heterocrine | Heterocrisis | Heterocytotropic | Heterodisperse | Heterodont | Heterodromous | Heteroeroticism | Heteroerotism | Heterogeneic | Heterogeneity | Heterogeneous | Heterogenic | Heterogenous | Heterograft | Heterokaryon | Heterokaryotic | Heterokinesia | Heteroliteral | Heterologous graft | Heterologous transplant | Heterology | Heterometaplasia | Heterometric | Heteromorphous | Heteronomous | Heteronomy | Heteronymous | Heterophonia | Heterophthongia | Heteroplastic graft | Heterosexual | Heterosexuality | Heterotaxia | Heterotaxic | Heterotaxis | Heterotaxy | Heterotonia | Heterotopia | Heterotopic | Heterotopic ossification | Heterotopous | Heterotransplant | Heterotrichosis | Heterozoic | HGSIL | Hidr- | Hidro- | Hidromeiosis | Hidropoiesis | Hidroschesis | Hidrosis | Hidrotic | HIE | Hierotherapy | High attenuation | High density | High grade squamous intraepithelial lesion | High steppage gait | Hiprex | Histioblast | Histionic | Histoblast | Histogenesis | Histogenetic | Histogeny | Histologic | Histological | Histologist | Histology | Histolysis | Histophysiology | Historrhexis | Histotrophic | H.O. | HOB | Holandric | Hollow | Holoanencephaly | Holocephalic | Holomiantic | Holomorphosis | Homaluria | Homeometric | Homeomorphous | Homeoplasia | Homeoplastic | Homeosis | Homeotherm | Homeotypical | Homergy | Homicidal | Homicide | Homodont | Homodromous | Homoeroticism | Homoerotism | Homogamy | Homogenate | Homogeneous | Homogenesis | Homogenization | Homogenize | Homogeny | Homoioplasia | Homomorphic | Homonomous | Homoplastic | Homosexual | Homosexuality | Homotonic | Homotopic | Homotype | Homozoic | Hormonal | Hormonogenesis | Hormonogenic | Hormonopoiesis | Hormonopoietic | Hormonoprivia | Horror | HPV | h.s. | Human alpha1-protease inhibitor | Human papillomavirus | Hx | Hx/o | Hyalophagia | Hyalophagy | Hydroadipsia | Hydrocyst | Hydrodipsia | Hydrokinetic | Hydrokinetics | Hydrolabile | Hydrolability | Hydromassage | Hydrometra | Hydromicrocephaly | Hydronephrosis | Hydropathy | Hydropenia | Hydroposia | Hydrorrhea | Hydrostat | Hydrosyringomyelia | Hydrotaxis | Hydrothermal | Hydrotomy | Hydroureter | Hygieist | Hygiene | Hygienic | Hygienist | Hygric | Hypalgesia | Hyparterial | Hyper- | Hyperacuity | Hyperacusia | Hyperacusis | Hyperalgesia | Hyperalgesic | Hyperalgetic | Hyperbilirubinemia | Hypercatharsis | Hyperchloremic acidosis | Hypercryalgesia | Hypercryesthesia | Hyperdipsia | Hyperesthesia olfactoria | Hypereuryprosopic | Hypergalactosis | Hypergenitalism | Hypergeusia | Hyperglandular | Hyperglycorrhacia | Hyperhedonia | Hyperhedonsim | Hyperkeratosis | Hyperkeratosis congenita | Hypernomic | Hyperorality | Hyperosmia | Hyperpathia | Hyperphonia | Hyperpietic | Hypersalemia | Hypersegmentation | Hypersthenia | Hypersthenic | Hyperthermalgesia | Hypoalgesia | Hypocinesia | Hypocinesis | Hypodynamic | Hypofunction | Hypogeusia | Hypoguesia | Hypohepatia | Hypokinesia | Hypokinesis | Hypokinetic | Hyponatremia | Hypomotility | Hypoxia | Hypoxic | Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy | Hysterical paralysis | Hysterograph | Hysterometer | Hysteromyotomy | Hysteropathy | Hysteropexy | Hysterospasm | Hysterothermometry


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-ia | Iatric | iatro- | Iatrogenic | Iatrology | Iatrotechnique | IBS | Ichor | Ichoroid | Ichorous | Ichorrhea | Ichthyism | Ichthyismus | Ichthyo- | Ichthyoacanthotoxism | Ichthyohemotoxin | Ichthyohemotoxism | Ichthyoid | Ichthyootoxin | Ichthyophagous | Ichthyosis vulgaris | Ichthyosis simplex | Icterus | ICU | Ideational apraxia | Ideatory apraxia | Ideokinetic apraxia | Ideomotor apraxia | Idiopathic intestinal pseudo-obstruction | IE | Ileal | Ileitis | Ileocaecal | Ileocecal | Ileocecal eminence | Ileocecal papilla | Ileocecal valve | Ileocecal valve disorder | Ileocolic | Ileocolic valve | Ileocolonic | Ileorrhaphy | Ileotomy | Ileum | Illegal abortion | Illuminism | Illusion | Illusional | Immedicable | Imp | Indentation | Induce | Infectious papillomavirus | Iniops | Innervation apraxia | Insectarium | Insecticide | Insectifuge | Insectivorous | Insecurity | Insulin resistance syndrome | Intensive Care Unit | Inter- | Intercavernous | Intercellular | Intercentral | Interstitial pneumonia | Intestinal | Intestinal pseudo-obstruction | Intestine | Intra- | Intracardiac echogenic foci | Intracardiac echogenic focus | Intracranial pneumatocele | Intravenous | Intravenous pyelogram | Intravenous pyelography | Intravenous urogram | Intravenous urography | Intro- | Introgastric | Intubate | Intubation | Invasion | Invasion of privacy | Invasive | Ion | Irwin, Steve | Isotretinoin dysmorphic syndrome | Isotretinoin embryopathy | Isotretinoin teratogen syndrome | Isotropic | Isotropous | Irritable bowel syndrome | Irritable colon | Irritable colon syndrome | Irrumation | Ischaemia | Ischemia | Ischemic | Issue | Iter | Iter a tertio ad quartum ventriculum | IVP | IVU


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Jactitation | Janiceps | Janiceps asymmetrus | Janiceps parasiticus | JADA | JAMA | JAMWA | Jar | Jargon | Jaundice | Jaw | Jugular | Jugulum | Junctio | Junction | Juncture | Jurisprudence | Justice | Juvenile | Juvenile delinquency | Juvenile delinquent | Juxta- | Juxtaposition


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Kairomones | Kak- | Kako- | Kal- | Kalemia | Kali- | Kaliuresis | Kaliuretic | Kaluresis | Kaluretic | Kaposi's sarcoma | Karyogenesis | Karyogenic | kc | Kerat- | Keratectasia | Keratinized | Keratitis | Kerato- | Keratoectasia | Kerectasis | Keratoderma | Keratoplasia | Keratome | Keratometer | Keratomycosis | Keratopathia | Keratopathy | Keratotoscleritis | Keratotome | Kg | Kilocycle | Kilogram | Kilometer | Kinesi- | Kinesics | Kinesimeter | Kinesio- | Kinesiology | Kinesiometer | Kinesipathist | Kinesis | Kineso- | Kinesthesiometer | Kinetic | Kineto- | Kinetogenic | Kinetoscope | Kink | Kino- | Kinomometer | Km | Knife | Knismogenic | Knit | Knitting | Knives | Knob | Knock | Kolytic | Korsakoff's psychosis | Korsakoff's syndrome | Kr


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L1 through L5 | La Leche League | Labia | | Labiaplasty | Labiodental | Labiograph | Labiomental | Labionasal | Labioplacement | Labiaplasty | Labioplasty | Labra | Labrum | Labrum articulare | Lacerable | Lacerated | Laceration | Lachrymation | Lacrimal | Lacrimal apparatus | Lacrimal canaliculi | Lacrimal canals | Lacrimal ducts | Lacrimal sacs | Lacrimation | Lacrimator | Lacrimatory | Lactescent | Lactifugal | Lactifuge | Lactigenous | Lactinated | Lactocrit | Lactogenesis | Lactogenic | Lactoprotein | Lactotherapy | Lacrimotomy | Lactation | Lactic | Lactiferous | Laliatry | Lamin- | Lamina | Laminae | Laminectomy | Lana | Lanae | Lancinating | Lanthanic | Lateral patellar compression syndrome | Lateral ventricle | Lateral ventricles | LE | Length-breadth index | Leontiasis ossea | LGSIL | Lidle, Cory | Limb kinetic apraxia | Lingual-facial-buccal dyskinesia | Liquefaction | Liquefactive | Liter | LLE | LOC | Loin | Longevity | Loupe | Low attenuation | Low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion | Low density | Lower motor neuron | Lower motor neuron paralysis | LTG | Lucent | Lucifugal | Lucipetal | LUE | Lumbago | Lumbar | Lumbi | Lumbo- | Lumboabdominal | Lumbus | Luminiferous | Luxus | Lymph cell | Lymphagogue | Lymphization | Lymphocyst | Lymphocyte | Lympholeukocyte | Lymphorrhagia | Lymphorrhea | Lymphostasis | Lymphotrophy | Lymphuria | Lyra


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Ma Huang | Macerate | Machine | Macr- | Macrencephalia | Macrencephaly | Macro- | Macrobiosis | Macrobiote | Macrobiotic | Macrobiotic diet | Macrobiotics | Macroblepharia | Macroblepharon | Macrobrachia | Macrocephalia | Macrocephalic | Macrocephalous | Macrocephaly | Macroencephaly | Macrocheiria | Macrochiria | Macrocornea | Macrocnemia | Macrodontia | Macrodontism | Magnetic resonance | Magnetic resonance angiography | Mal- | Malposition | Mast leukocyte | Mastocytosis | Masturbate | Masturbation | MCA | MCC | MCH | MCHC | MCV | M.D. | Mean corpuscular hemoglobin | Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration | Mean corpuscular volume | Mecocephaly | Megacephalia | Megacephalic | Megacephalous | Megacephaly | Megadontia | Megalocephalia | Megalocephaly | Megalocheiria | Megalochiria | Megalodontia | Megaloureter | Melanodermic adrenoleukodystrophy | Mesaticephalic | Mesocephalic | Mesocephalous | Mesocortical pathway | Mesolimbic pathway | Metabolic syndrome | Metabolic syndrome X | Metachromatic leukodystrophy | Metatarsalphalangeal joint sprain | Methenamine hippurate | Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus | Microanatomist | Microanatomy | Microangiopathy | Microcephalia | Microcephalic | Microcephalism | Microcephalous | Microcephaly | Milieu | Milliliter | Mimmation | Mini-Mental TM State Examination TM | mL | MMSE | Monocyte | Morvan's disease | Motile | Motility | Motor apraxia | MRA | MRSA | MSW | Multiple pregnancy | Multiple sclerosis | Multiple idiopathic hemorrhagic sarcoma | Musculus sphincter | MVA | MVC | Myelin | Myelography | Myelopathy | Myelosyringosis | Myo- | Myoarchitectonic | Myoblastoma | Myobradia | Myocarditic | Myocarditis | Myocardium | Myocelitis | Myoclonus | Myositis ossificans | Myotasis | Myotrophy | Myxasthenia | Myxoid | Myxopoeisis | Myxorrhea gastrica


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Nacreous | N.A.D. | Nadir | Nafarelin acetate | Nailing | NALD | Naloxone hydrochloride | Narcissism | Narcohypnia | Nares | Necrophile | Necrophilism | Neglect | Neonatal adrenoleukodystrophy | Neonatal hydronephrosis | Neonatal Intensive Care Unit | Neur- | Neuri- | Neurility | Neuro- | Neuroleptic malignant syndrome | Neuropathic pain | Neuropsychologic | Neuropsychological | Neuropsychologist | Neuropsychology | Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit | Neurosurgery Intensive Care Unit | Neutrophil | Neutrophile | NICU | Nigrostriatal pathway | Nine mile fever | NKDA | NMS | Noct- | Nocturnal | NOK | Non- | Noninvasive | Nontropical sprue | Nordegren, Elin | Normal pressure hydrocephalus | Normocephalic | Noso- | Nosocomial | Nosomania | Nosomycosis | Notal | NPH | NSICU | Nuclear magnetic resonance | Nutrition | Nutritionist | Nympho


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Oath | OB | Obese | Obesity | Obesity-hypoventilation syndrome | Obfuscation | OB/GYN | Objective assessment data | Obligate | Obnubilation | Observer | Obsolescence | Obstetric | Obstetrical | Obstetrician | Obstetrics | Obstipation | Obstruct | Obstruction | Obstructive | Obtund | Obturation | Obtuse | Occipital horn | Occlusive | Occlusive dressing | Ochrodermia | Oculist | Oculocardiac | Oculocutaneous | Oculodermal | O.D. | ODD | Odontology | Odontonosology | Oedema | Olfactology | Olfactory hyperesthesia | Omega | Oncologist | Oncology | Onych- | Onycho- | Onychoclasis | Onychogryposis | Onychoheterotopia | Onychoid | Onychology | Onychomadesis | Onychomalacia | Onychopathology | Onychopathy | Onychophagia | Onychophagy | Onychoptosis | Onychorrhexis | Onychoschizia | Onychosis | Onychotillomania | Onychotomy | Onychotrophy | OOB | OPC | Ophthalmology | Ophthalmologist | Ophthalmometer | Oppositional defiant disorder | Oppositional disorder | Optic ataxia | Optometer | Optometrist | Optometry | | Orthetics | Orthodontia | Orthodontics | Orthodontist | Orthoses | Orthosis | Orthotic | Orthotics | Os pubis | Os sacrum | Osmolality | Osmosis | Osmotic pressure | Osseo- | Osseous | Ossi- | Ossiferous | Ossific | Ossification | Ossify | Ost- | Oste- | Osteal | Ostealgia | Osteo- | Osteodynia | Osteomyelitis | Osteophyte | Osteophytic | Osteotome | OT | OTR | Overreaction | Owens, Terrell | Oxyphilic leukocyte


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Pabular | Pabulum | Pacemaker | Pachometer | Pachy- | Pachycephalia | Pachycephalic | Pachycephalous | Pachycephaly | Pachycheilia | Pachychilia | Pachyderma | Pachydermatosis | Pachyglossia | Pachygnathous | Pachymeter | Pachynitic | Pachynsis | Pachyonychia | Pachypodous | Palilalia | Palinial | Papilla illealis | Paraparesis | Paraplegia | Patellalgia | Patellofemoral pain syndrome | Patellofemoral dysfunction | Patellofemoral arthralgia | PCS | Ped- | Pedi- | Pediatric | Pediatrician | Pediatrics | Pedo- | Peds | Pelvocaliectasis | Peri- | Peristalsis | Periventricular | Periventricular white matter | Perone | Peroneal bone | Phantom limb | Phantom limb pain | Phantom limb syndrome | Phantom pain | Phonation | Phonatory | Phytoalexin | Pickwinian syndrome | Pilar | Pilary | Pilose | Plantar | Plantaris | Plasma | Plasmogen | Platy- | Platyglossal | Platyhieric | Platyrrhiny | Play Station 3 | Pleo- | Pleonasm | Plesio- | Plesiomorphism | Pleural | Pleural calculus | Pleurectomy | Pleurisy | Pleuritis | Pleuritogenous | Pleurogenic | Pleurolith | Pleuropulmonary | Plicate | Plug | Pluri-Metabolic syndrome | Pneumarthosis | Pneumatic | Pneumatics | Pneumatized | Pneumatocephalus | Pneumatohemia | Pneumocephalus | Pneumocrania | Pneumodynamics | Pneumoencephalocele | Pneumohemia | Pneumology | Pneumomalacia | Pneumonitis | Pneumonopathy | Pneumonotomy | Pneumotomy | PO | Pod- | Podiatric medicine | Podiatrist | Podiatry | Podo- | Podologist | Podology | Poison | Polyneuralgia | Polyneuropathy | Polypnea | Post-cholecystectomy syndrome | Post-infectious ataxia | Posterior horn | Posterior thalamic syndrome | Posttraumatic amnesia | Practice analysis | Preeclampsia | Prefrontal cortex | Pregnancy | Pregnancy tests | Premotor area | Premotor cortex | PRN | Proctectomy | Prodromal | Prodrome | Prodromi | Prodromic | Prodromous | Prodromus | Proemial | Proprioception | Progressive supranuclear palsy | Propulsion | Prorsad | Prostheses | Prosthesis | Prosthetic | Prosthetics | Prosthetist | Prostration | Protector | Protein | Protopathic | Protoplasm | Protrude | Proxy | PS3 | Pseudesthesia | Pseudoesthesia | Psy | Psych- | Psyche- | Psych | Psychataxia | Psychiatric | Psychiatrics | Psychiatrist | Psychiatry | Psycho- | Psychologic | Psychological | Psychologist | Psychology | Pt | PT | PTA | PTSD | Pubis | Putin, Vladimir | Pyeloureterectasis | Pyrectic | Pyretic


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q | Q2 | q.2h | Q3 | q.3h | Q4 | q.4h | Q6 | q.6h | Q8 | q.8h | q.d. | q.h. | q.h.s. | q.i.d. | q.l. | q.o.d. | Q.R. | q.s. | Q fever | Quadrangular | Quadrate | Quadri- | Quadrigeminal | Quadriplegia | Quadriplegic | Quadrisect | Quadrisection | Quadruped | Quartisect | Quarter in die | Quick


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Rabies | Radicula | Radiculalgia | Radicular | Radiculitis | Radiculoneuropathy | Radiculopathy | Ramification | Ramify | Randomization | Range of motion | Ranine | Rarefy | Raspatory | Ratio | RBC | RDW | R.E. | Re- | React | Reactant | Reactivity | Reality | Reality awareness | Rearrangement | Rec | Receptacula | Receptaculum | Receptive | Recession | Recidivation | Recidivism | Recidivist | Recording | Rectectomy | Recumbent | Recuperate | Recuperation | Recurvation | Red cell distribution width | Redressment | Reeling gait | Refection | Refinancing | Refine | Reflector | Reflexogenic | Reflexogenous | Reflexograph | Reflexometer | Reflexophil | Reflexophile | Refrigerant | Refrigeration | Regenerate | Rehab | Rehabilitation | Rehydration | Reimplantation | Reinfection | Reintegration | Relationship | Relax | Remediable | Remedial | Remit | Remittence | Remittent | Renal tubular acidosis | Renocutaneous | Renogastric | Renogenic | Renointestinal | Renomegaly | Renopulmonary | Renovascular | Repair | Replacement | Replant | Replantation | Replicate | Repositor | Reproducibility | Requirement | Retinoic acid embryopathy | Retrobulbar neuritis | Retrobulbar neuropathy | Retrograde amnesia | Retrolenticular syndrome | Retropatellar pain syndrome | Rhabdomyolysis | Richards, Michael (aka Kramer) | Rigidity | RLE | RN | R/O | Rolando's gelatinous substance | Rolando's substance | ROM | RPT | RT | RTA | Rudiment | Rudimentary | Rudimentum | RUE | Rule out


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S1 through S5 | Sabulous | Saburra | Saburral | Sac | Saccade | Saccadic | Saccadic eye movement | Saccharic | Sacchariferous | Saccharine | Sacculus lacrimalis | Saccus lacrimalis | Sacr- | Sacra | Sacrad | Sacral | Sacralgia | Sacred bone | Sacro- | Sacrococcygeal | Sacrodynia | Sacrum | Sagittal synostosis | Salify | Salubrious | Saluresis | Saluretic | Salutary | Sampling | Sanative | Sanatory | Sanguinolent | Sanguinopurulent | Saniopurulent | Sanitary | Sanitization | SARS | Saturday night palsy | Satyriasis | Satyrism | Satyromania | Scapho- | Scaphocephalic | Scaphocephalis | Scaphocephalism | Scaphocephaly | Scaphoid | Scapi | Scapulalgia | Scapulo- | Scapulodynia | Scapus | Scat fetishism | Scatoma | Schmorl's node | Schmorl's nodule | SCI | Secretagogue | Secretogogue | Seizure | Self-centeredness | Self-love | Sensory | Sensory apraxia | Sensory ataxia | Sera | Serosang | Serosanguineous | Serous | Serum | Serum glutamic-oxaloacetic transferase | Serum glutamic-pyruvic transferase | Severe acute respiratory syndrome | Sex-linked adrenoleukodystrophy | SGOT | SGPT | Shingles | Sicca syndrome | Sickling | SICU | Sign | SIL | Simplex virus | Sjogren disease | Sjogren syndrome | Sjogren's disease | Sjogren's syndrome | SLP | Slough | Smith, Anna Nicole | Sonography | S/P | Spastic gait | Spasticity | Spears, Britney | Sphincter | Sphincter muscle | Spinal osteoarthritis | Spinal stenosis | Spondylosis | Sprue | Squamous intraepithelial lesion | Standard score | Staphyline | Stat | Statim | Status post | Stenosis | Stenotic | Stercoroma | Stercus | Stereoagnosis | Stereoanesthesia | STG | Stingers | Stool | Stool softener | Stump hallucination | Sub- | Subchondral | Subchondral bone | Substantia gelatinosa | Suicide | Sulcal | Sulcate | Sulci | Sulciform | Sulculus | Sulcus | Sulfatide lipidosis | Summation | Superior hemorrhagic polioencephalitis | Supple | Supplemental motor cortex | Suppository | Surgical Intensive Care Unit | SW | Sylvian aqueduct | Symmetry | Symptom | Synarel | Syncephalus assymetros | Syndesmologia | Syndesmology | Syndrome | Syndrome X | Synosteology | Syringomyelia | Syringomyelic syndrome | Syringomyelus | Syrupy | Systematic | Systemic | Systolometer | Systremma


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T1 through T12 | T cell | T lymphocyte | Tabella | Tabellae | Tabes | Tabescence | Tabescent | Tabu | Tabular | Tachography | Tachy- | Tachyauxesis | Tachycardiac | Tachycardic | Tachycrotic | Tachypnea | Tactile | Tactile agnosia | Taction | Tactual | Tailbone | Talalgia | Tangle | Tank | Tapeworm | Tapeworm infestation | Tardive dyskinesia | Tear sac | Tectocephalic | Tectocephaly | Tetraplegia | Tetraplegic | Thalamic pain syndrome | Thalamic syndrome | Thecal sac | Third ventricle | Thorac- | Thoracal | Thoraces | Thoracic | Thoracico- | Thoracicoabdominal | Thoracicohumeral | Thoracis | Thoraco- | Thoracoabdominal | Thoracolumbosacral orthosis | Thorax | t.i.d. | TLSO | Tmax | Tmin | Top- | Topagnosis | Topesthesia | Topica | Topical | Topo- | Topoanesthesia | Topognosia | Topognosis | Topography | Torso | Transcortical apraxia | Transfer | Transference | Transitional | Transitional lumbosacral vertebrae | Traumatic amnesia | Trisomia | Trisomic | Trisomy | Tristichia | Trisulcate | Trunci | Truncus | Trunk | Tuberoinfundibular pathway | Tulp valve | Tulpius valve | Tunica conjunctiva | Tunnel | Turbinated | Turbinectomy | Turbinotome | Turbinotomy | Turf toe | Turf toe syndrome | Turgor | Tussal | Tussicular | Tussigenic | Tussis | Tussive | Tutamen | Tutamina | Twin | Tx | Tyrosinase inhibitor


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Ubiquict | UE | Ulcer | Ulcera | Ulcerate | Ulcerated | Ulceration | Ulcerative | Ulcerogenic | Ulcus | Ulegyria | Ulerythema | Uloid | Ulotrichous | Ultrasonography | Ultrasound scanning | Ululation | Unction | Unctuous | Underachievement | Underachiever | Understain | Ungual | Unguiculate | Unguiculus | Unguinal | Ungulate | Unguligrade | Uni- | Uniform | Uniglandular | Unilateral | Uniocular | Unit | Unmyelinated | Unremarkable | Unstable scar | Unthrifty | Upper motor neuron | Upper motor neuron paralysis | Urceiform | Urceolate | Ureteral | Ureteralgia | Ureterectasia | Ureterectomy | Ureteric | Ureteritis | Ureteroenteric | Ureteroenterostomy | Ureterolithotomy | Ureteropathy | Ureteroplasty | Ureteropyosis | Ureterostenosis | Uricolysis | Uricosuria | Uricosuric | Urinary bladder | Urochesia | Urocyst | Urocystic | Urocystis | Urodynia | Uropathy | Urophanic | Uropoiesis | Uropoietic | Uropurpurin | Urorubrohematin | Uroschesis | Uterofixation | Uterometer | Uteropexy | UV | Uvirform


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Vagin- | Vaginism | Vaginismus | Vaginitis | Vagino- | Vaginoabdominal | Vaginopathy | Valid | Validate | Validity | Valva | Valva ileocecalis | Valvae | Valval | Valvar | Valvate | Valve | Valve of Varolius | Valviform | Valvula | Valvulae | Valvular | Valvule | Variable | Ventricle of cerebral hemisphere | Ventricle of diencephalon | Ventriculus lateralis | Ventriculus tertius | Vermes | Vermicular movement | Vermis | Vermis cerebelli | Vermis of cerebellum | Vertebra magna | Vesica | Vesica urinaria | Vestibulopathy | Vibramycin | Vibra-Tabs | Villi | Villose | Villous | Villous blunting | Villus | Virchow disease | Viscera | Visceral | Visceral hyperalgesia | Viscus | Vitamin | Voc | Vola | Volar | Volaris | vs q shift | Vulvismus | Vulvovaginitis


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Wadding | Waist | Waist to hip ratio | Walk | Walking | Ward | Warm-blooded animal | Warty | Wash | W/C | WE | Weanling | Wear | Web | Webbing | Wedge | Weismannism | Wernicke's disease | Wernicke's encephalopathy | Wernicke's syndrome | Wheel | Whelp | Whistle | White | Wideband | Width | Windage | Windburn | Wiring | Within normal limits | WNL | Wool | Word salad | Work | Workstation | Wrap | Wreath | Wrinkle | Wristdrop


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X-ALD | X chromosome | Xanth- | Xantho- | Xanthochroia | Xanthochromatic | Xanthochromia | Xanthochromic | Xanthochroous | Xanthoderma | Xanthodont | Xanthoma | Xanthopathy | Xanthous | Xen- | Xeno- | Xenogeneic graft | Xenograft | Xenografting | Xenophobe | Xeransis | Xerantic | Xerasia | Xero- | Xerochilia | Xerophagia | Xerophagy | Xerotes | X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy | X-linked characteristc


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Y | Y chromosome | Yang | Yawn | Yawning | Yb | Yearling | Years of potential life lost | Yellow disease | Yellow skin | Yin | Yoga | Yoke | Young and middle adult | YPLL


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Zafirlukast | Zeitgeist | Zelotypia | Zeoscope | Zinciferous | Zincoid | Zn | Zo- | Zoanthropic | Zoanthropy | Zoetic | Zoic | Zonal | Zonary | Zonate | Zone | Zoo- | Zooblast | Zooerastia | Zoofulvin | Zoogeography | Zooglea | Zoograft | Zoografting | Zoomania | Zoophilic | Zoophilism | Zooplastic graft | Zooplasty | Zootic | Zootrophic | Zr | Zygote


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Medicine

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Classic Etymology
Medicine - Mythology - Arts - Sciences
Medical Etymology

~ MEDIA from lat MEDIUS = MIDDLE or INTERMEDIATE
id+ IN THE CORE or MIDDLE see> MIDST
lit+ IN MODERN TERMS "INTERMEDIARY" as in
COMMUNICATION VEHICLE or "MEDIA"
ply> | JOURNALISM BECAME "MEDIA" AFTER
NEWS BECAME A BUSSINESS MEDIUM |
MEDIA links with MEASURE
as in CONTENT or MILIEU or CULTURE
for complementary ideas see> MIND PENSIVE
MEDIUM implies BETWEEN TWO SIZES or MEASURES or
MIDDLE in lat MEDIANUS as in eng MEDIAN
also IN BETWEEN as in MEDIEVAL
in modern terms denotes COMMUNICATION BUSINESS
lit+ " THE MEDIUM IS THE MESSAGE " arose from
title of the first chapter of
" UNDERSTANDING MEDIA " by
Marshall H MCLUHAN [#]
...

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| Face pain | Face powder poisoning | Facelift | Facial nerve palsy | Facial nerve palsy due to birth trauma | Facial paralysis | Facial swelling | Facial tics | Facial trauma | Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy | Factitious hyperthyroidism | Factor II assay | Factor II deficiency | Factor IX assay | Factor V assay | Factor V deficiency | Factor VII assay | Factor VII deficiency | Factor VIII assay | Factor X assay | Factor X deficiency | Factor XII (Hageman factor) deficiency | Factor XII assay | Failure to thrive | Fainting | Familial combined hyperlipidemia | Familial dysbetalipoproteinemia | Familial hypercholesterolemia | Familial hypertriglyceridemia | Familial lipoprotein lipase deficiency | Familial Mediterranean fever | Family troubles - resources | Fanconi's anemia | Fanconi syndrome | Farsightedness | Fast food tips | Fast foods | Fat | Fat free diet and children | Fatigue | Febrile/cold agglutinins | Febrile seizures | Febrile seizures - what to ask your doctor | Fecal culture | Fecal fat | Fecal impaction | Fecal smear | Feeding disorder of infancy and early childhood | Feeding tube - infants | Feeding tube insertion - gastrostomy | Felty syndrome | Female condoms | Female pattern baldness | Female sexual dysfunction | Femoral hernia | Femoral hernia repair | Femoral nerve dysfunction | Fenestration | Fenoprofen calcium overdose | Ferritin | Fertilizers and household plant foods | Fetal alcohol syndrome | Fetal development | Fetal echocardiography | Fetal heart monitoring | Fetal-maternal erythrocyte distribution | Fetal scalp pH testing | Fever | Fever blister causes | Fever blisters and canker sores | Fiber | Fibrin degradation products | Fibrinogen | Fibrinopeptide A | Fibroadenoma - breast | Fibrocystic breast disease | Fibromyalgia | Fibrous dysplasia | Fifth disease | Fine motor control | Fine needle aspiration of the thyroid | Finger pain | Fingers that change color | Fire ants | First aid kit | Fishhook removal | Fistula | Flank pain | Flat bones | Fleas | Flu | Flu and holidays | Fluid imbalance | Fluorescein angiography | Fluorescein eye stain | Fluoride in diet | Fluoride overdose | Flushable reagent stool blood test | Fluxes | Focal neurological deficits | Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis | Folate deficiency | Folate-deficiency anemia | Folic acid - test | Folic acid and birth defect prevention | Folic acid in diet | Folliculitis | Fontanelles - bulging | Fontanelles - excessively large | Fontanelles - sunken | Food additives | Food allergy | Food guide pyramid | Food jags | Food labeling | Food poisoning | Food poisoning prevention | Food safety | Foods - fresh vs. frozen or canned | Foot, leg, and ankle swelling | Foot amputation - discharge | Foot pain | Foot pain causes | Foraminotomy | Forehead lift | Foreign body in the nose | Foreign object - inhaled or swallowed | Foxglove poisoning | Fractional excretion of sodium | Frequent or urgent urination | Friedreich's ataxia | Frontal bossing | Frostbite | Frozen shoulder | FSH | FTA-ABS test | Fuchs' dystrophy | Fuel oil | Fungal arthritis | Fungal nail infection | Funnel-web spider bite | Furniture polish poisoning | Furuncle | Fusion of the ear bones


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minimally invasive | Heart bypass surgery - minimally invasive - discharge | Heart CT scan | Heart disease | Heart disease - resources | Heart disease - risk factors | Heart disease and diet | Heart disease and women | Heart failure | Heart failure - discharge | Heart failure - fluids and diuretics | Heart failure - home monitoring | Heart failure - what to ask your doctor | Heart MRI | Heart murmurs and other sounds | Heart pacemaker | Heart pacemaker - discharge | Heart palpitations | Heart PET scan | Heart-respiratory monitor - infants | Heart transplant | Heart valve surgery | Heart valve surgery - discharge | Heartburn | Heartburn - what to ask your doctor | Heat emergencies | Heat intolerance | Heel pain | Height and weight chart | Heimlich maneuver | Heimlich maneuver on self | Helicobacter pylori | HELLP syndrome | Hemangioma | Hematocrit | Hemochromatosis | Hemoglobin | Hemoglobin C disease | Hemoglobin derivatives | Hemoglobin electrophoresis | Hemoglobinopathy | Hemoglobinuria | Hemolysis | Hemolytic anemia | Hemolytic anemia caused by chemicals and toxins | Hemolytic crisis | Hemolytic-uremic syndrome | Hemorrhagic | Hemorrhagic disease of the newborn | Hemorrhoid surgery | Hemorrhoids | Hemothorax | Hemovac drain | Hepatic | Hepatic encephalopathy | Hepatic hemangioma | Hepatic ischemia | Hepatic vein obstruction (Budd-Chiari) | Hepatitis | Hepatitis A | Hepatitis A - 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| Ibuprofen overdose | Ichthyosis vulgaris | Idiopathic aplastic anemia | Idiopathic autoimmune hemolytic anemia | Idiopathic hypercalciuria | Idiopathic hypersomnia | Idiopathic livedo reticularis | Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis | Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) | IgA nephropathy | Ileostomy | Ileostomy - caring for your stoma | Ileostomy - changing your pouch | Ileostomy - discharge | Ileostomy - what to ask your doctor | Ileostomy and your child | Ileostomy and your diet | Imaging and radiology | Imipramine overdose | Immune hemolytic anemia | Immune response | Immunizations - general overview | Immunodeficiency disorders | Immunoelectrophoresis - serum | Immunoelectrophoresis - urine | Immunofixation - serum | Immunofixation - urine | Impacted tooth | Imperforate anus | Imperforate anus repair | Impetigo | Implantable cardioverter-defibrillator | Implantable cardioverter defibrillator - discharge | Impotence and age | In vitro fertilization (IVF) | Inborn errors of metabolism | Incense | Incidence | Incontinence - resources | Incontinentia pigmenti | Incontinentia pigmenti achromians | Increased head circumference | Increased intracranial pressure | Indigestion | Indomethacin overdose | Industrial bronchitis | Indwelling catheter care | Infant - newborn development | Infant botulism | Infant formulas | Infant of a substance-abusing mother | Infant of diabetic mother | Infant reflexes | Infant test/procedure preparation | Infectious endocarditis | Infectious myringitis | Infertility | Infertility - resources | Inflatable artificial sphincter | Influenza vaccine | Ingrown toenail | Inguinal hernia - discharge | Inguinal hernia repair | Inhalation anthrax | Inhibited sexual desire | Injury - kidney and ureter | Ink - writing | Ink remover | Insect bites and stings | Insecticide | Insidious | Insomnia | Insomnia concerns | Inspection | Insulin C-peptide | Insulinoma | Intercostal retractions | Intersex | Interstitial cystitis | Interstitial cystitis - resources | Interstitial keratitis | Interstitial lung disease - adults - discharge | Interstitial nephritis | Intertrigo | Intestinal ischemia and infarction | Intestinal leiomyoma | Intestinal obstruction | Intestinal obstruction repair | Intestinal or bowel obstruction - discharge | Intra-abdominal abscess | Intracardiac electrophysiology study (EPS) | Intracranial pressure monitoring | Intraductal papilloma | Intrauterine | Intrauterine growth restriction | Intravascular ultrasound | Intravenous | Intravenous pyelogram | Intraventricular hemorrhage of the newborn | Intrinsic factor | Intussusception (children) | Invasive | Iodine in diet | Iodine poisoning | Ions | Iontophoresis | IQ testing | Iris | Iron deficiency anemia | Iron deficiency anemia - children | Iron in diet | Iron overdose | Irradiated foods | Irregular sleep-wake syndrome | Irritability | Irritable bowel syndrome | Ischemic cardiomyopathy | Ischemic colitis | Isolated sleep paralysis | Isopropanol overdose | Itching


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| Jack-in-the-pulpit poisoning | Jackson-Pratt drain | Jaundice - yellow skin | Jaundice-associated conditions | Jaw - broken or dislocated | Jaw pain and heart attacks | Jejunostomy feeding tube | Jellyfish stings | Jerusalem cherry poisoning | Jewelry cleaners | Jimsonweed poisoning | Jock itch | Joint fluid Gram stain | Joint pain | Joint swelling | Joint x-ray | Juvenile angiofibroma | Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis


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| Kaposi’s sarcoma | Karyotyping | Kawasaki disease | Kegel exercises | Kegel exercises - self-care | Keloids | Keratoconus | Keratosis obturans | Keratosis pilaris | Kernicterus | Kerosene | Ketones - urine | Ketoprofen overdose | Kidney disease | Kidney disease - resources | Kidney function tests | Kidney removal | Kidney removal - discharge | Kidney stones | Kidney stones - lithotripsy - discharge | Kidney stones - self-care | Kidney stones - what to ask your doctor | Kidney transplant | Kinins | Klinefelter syndrome | Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome | Knee arthroscopy | Knee arthroscopy - discharge | Knee CT scan | Knee joint replacement | Knee joint replacement - discharge | Knee MRI scan | Knee pain | Kneecap dislocation | Knock knees | Krabbe disease | Kuru | Kwashiorkor | Kyphosis


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| Labyrinthitis | Lack of intrinsic factor | Lacquer poisoning | Lacrimal gland tumor | Lactate dehydrogenase test | Lactic acidosis | Lactose intolerance | Lactose tolerance tests | Lambert-Eaton syndrome | Lamellar ichthyosis | Laminectomy | Lanolin poisoning | Laparoscopic gastric banding | Laparoscopic gastric banding - discharge | Laparoscopy | Large bowel resection | Large bowel resection - discharge | Large for gestational age (LGA) | Laryngeal nerve damage | Laryngectomy | Laryngitis | Laryngoscopy | Laser surgery | Laser therapy | LASIK eye surgery | Lateral | Lateral collateral ligament (LCL) injury | Lateral traction | Lavender oil | Laxative overdose | LDH isoenzymes | LDL test | LE cell test | Lead - nutritional considerations | Lead and tap water | Lead levels - blood | Lead poisoning | Left heart catheterization | Left heart ventricular angiography | Leg amputation - discharge | Leg CT scan | Leg lengthening and shortening | Leg MRI scan | Leg or foot amputation | Leg or foot amputation - dressing change | Leg pain | Legg-Calve-Perthes disease | Legionnaire's disease | Leiomyosarcoma | Leishmaniasis | Lepromin skin test | Leprosy | Leptospirosis | Lesch-Nyhan syndrome | Leucine aminopeptidase - blood | Leucine aminopeptidase - urine | Leukemia | Leukemia - resources | Leukemoid reaction | Leukocyte alkaline phosphatase | Leukocyte esterase | Leukoplakia | Leydig cell tumor | LH blood test | LH response to GnRH | LH urine test (home test) | Lichen planus | Lichen simplex chronicus | Lichenified | Lighter fluid | Lily of the valley | Limb-girdle muscular dystrophies | Limb plethysmography | Limited range of motion | Lip moisturizer poisoning | Lipase test | Lipofuscin | Lipoprotein-a | Liposuction | Liquid medication administration | Liquid nitrogen | Listeriosis | Lithium toxicity | Lithotripsy | Liver biopsy | Liver disease | Liver disease - resources | Liver function tests | Liver metastases | Liver scan | Liver spots | Liver transplant | Living with your ileostomy | Lomotil overdose | Long bones | Lordosis | Loss of a child - resources | Loss of a spouse - resources | Low back pain - acute | Low back pain - chronic | Low nasal bridge | Low-residue fiber diet | Low-salt diet | Lower esophageal ring | Ludwig’s angina | Lumbar MRI scan | Lumbar spine CT scan | Lumbosacral spine CT | Lumbosacral spine x-ray | Lump in the abdomen | Lumps in the breasts | Lung cancer | Lung cancer - non-small cell | Lung cancer - small cell | Lung diffusion testing | Lung disease | Lung disease - resources | Lung gallium scan | Lung needle biopsy | Lung PET scan | Lung plethysmography | Lung surgery | Lung surgery - discharge | Lung transplant | Lupus - resources | Lupus anticoagulants | Lupus nephritis | Lyme disease | Lyme disease - chronic persistent | Lyme disease - early disseminated | Lyme disease - primary | Lyme disease - what to ask your doctor | Lyme disease antibody | Lymph node biopsy | Lymph node culture | Lymph system | Lymphadenitis | Lymphangiogram | Lymphangitis | Lymphatic obstruction | Lymphedema | Lymphofollicular hyperplasia | Lymphogranuloma venereum | Lymphoid hyperplasia


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| Macroamylasemia | Macroglobulinemia of Waldenstrom | Macroglossia | Macrosomia | Macula lutea | Macular degeneration | Macule | Magnesium in diet | Magnetic resonance angiography | Major depression | Major depression with psychotic features | Make peak flow a habit! | Making the decision to quit tobacco | Malabsorption | Malaise | Malaria | Malathion poisoning | Male pattern baldness | Malignancy | Malignant hypertension | Malignant hyperthermia | Malignant otitis externa | Malignant teratoma | Mallory-Weiss tear | Malnutrition | Malocclusion of teeth | Mammogram - calcifications | Mammography | Managing your blood sugar | Maple syrup urine disease | Marfan syndrome | Margarine vs. butter | Marijuana intoxication | Marine animal stings or bites | Mastectomy | Mastectomy - discharge | Mastectomy and breast reconstruction - what to ask your doctor | Mastoidectomy | Mastoiditis | Maternal deprivation syndrome | Mathematics disorder | McArdle syndrome | McCune-Albright syndrome | Measles | Meatal stenosis | Mechanical ventilator - infants | Meckel's diverticulum | Meckel’s diverticulectomy | Meclofenamate overdose | Meconium | Meconium aspiration syndrome | Medial | Medial collateral ligament (MCL) injury of the knee | Mediastinal tumor | Mediastinitis | Mediastinoscopy with biopsy | Medullary carcinoma of thyroid | Medullary cystic kidney disease | Megaloblastic anemia | Meibomianitis | Melanin | Melanoma | Melanoma of the eye | Melasma | Membranoproliferative GN | Membranous nephropathy | Memory loss | Meniere’s disease | Meningitis | Meningitis - cryptococcal | Meningitis - gram-negative | Meningitis - H. influenzae | Meningitis - meningococcal | Meningitis - pneumococcal | Meningitis - staphylococcal | Meningitis - tuberculous | Meningocele repair | Meningococcemia | Meniscal allograft transplantation | Meniscus tears | Menkes syndrome | Menopause | Menstrual cramp relief | Menstrual periods - heavy, prolonged, or irregular | Menstruation - absent | Mental retardation | Mental status tests | Menthol overdose | Meperidine hydrochloride overdose | Meprobamate overdose | Merbromin overdose | Mercuric chloride poisoning | Mercuric oxide poisoning | Mercury | Merthiolate poisoning | Mesenteric arteriography | Mesenteric artery ischemia | Mesenteric venous thrombosis | Mesothelioma (benign-fibrous) | Mesothelioma (malignant) | Metabolic acidosis | Metabolic neuropathies | Metabolic syndrome | Metabolism | Metabolite | Metachromatic leukodystrophy | Metal cleaner poisoning | Metal polishes | Metastasis | Metastatic brain tumor | Metastatic cancer to the lung | Metastatic pleural tumor | Metatarsus adductus | Methadone overdose | Methanol poisoning | Methanol test | Methapyrilene hydrochloride overdose | Methemoglobinemia | Methemoglobinemia - acquired | Methyl salicylate overdose | Methylene blue test | Methylmalonic acidemia | Methylmercury poisoning | Metopic ridge | MIBG scintiscan | Microalbuminuria test | Microcephaly | Micrognathia | Migraine | Migraine - resources | Mildew remover poisoning | Milia | Milk-alkali syndrome | Millipede venom | Mineral metabolism disorders | Mineral oil overdose | Mineral spirits poisoning | Minimal change disease | Miscarriage | Miscarriage - threatened | Mistletoe poisoning | Mitral regurgitation - acute | Mitral regurgitation - chronic | Mitral stenosis | Mitral valve prolapse | Mitral valve surgery - minimally invasive | Mitral valve surgery - open | Mittelschmerz | Mixed receptive-expressive language disorder | Mixed tension migraine | MMR vaccine | Molluscum contagiosum | Mongolian blue spots | Mononeuritis multiplex | Mononeuropathy | Mononucleosis | Mononucleosis spot test | Morning sickness | Moro reflex | Morphine overdose | Morquio syndrome | Morton's neuroma | Mosaicism | Mouth and neck radiation - discharge | Mouth sores | Mouth ulcers | Mouthwash overdose | Movement - uncontrollable | Movement - uncontrolled or slow | Movement - uncoordinated | Movement - unpredictable or jerky | MRI | MRSA | Mucopolysaccharides | Mucormycosis | Mucosa | Mucous cyst | Multi-infarct dementia | Multifocal atrial tachycardia | Multiple endocrine neoplasia (MEN) I | Multiple endocrine neoplasia (MEN) II | Multiple lentigines syndrome | Multiple myeloma | Multiple sclerosis | Multiple sclerosis - discharge | Multiple sclerosis - resources | Multiple system atrophy | Multiple vitamin overdose | Mumps | Munchausen syndrome by proxy | Muscle aches | Muscle atrophy | Muscle biopsy | Muscle cramps | Muscle function loss | Muscle strain treatment | Muscle twitching | Muscular dystrophy | Muscular dystrophy - resources | Myasthenia gravis | Myasthenia gravis - resources | Mycobacterial culture | Mycoplasma pneumonia | Myelin | Myelomeningocele | Myocardial biopsy | Myocardial contusion | Myocarditis | Myocarditis - pediatric | Myoglobin - serum | Myoglobin - urine | Myopathic changes | Myositis | Myotonia congenita | Myristica oil


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| Nabothian cyst | Nail abnormalities | Nail care for newborns | Nail polish poisoning | Naphthalene poisoning | Naproxen sodium overdose | Narcissistic personality disorder | Narcolepsy | Nasal congestion | Nasal CPAP | Nasal discharge | Nasal flaring | Nasal mucosal biopsy | Nasal polyps | Nasogastric feeding tube | Nasopharyngeal culture | Natal teeth | Natural short sleeper | Nausea and acupressure | Nausea and vomiting | Near drowning | Nearsightedness | Neck lump | Neck pain | Neck x-ray | Necrosis | Necrotizing enterocolitis | Necrotizing granuloma | Necrotizing soft tissue infection | Necrotizing vasculitis | Neonatal abstinence syndrome | Neonatal conjunctivitis | Neonatal cystic fibrosis screening | Neonatal hypoglycemia | Neonatal hypothyroidism | Neonatal respiratory distress syndrome | Neonatal sepsis | Neonatal weight gain and nutrition | Neonate | Nephrocalcinosis | Nephrotic syndrome | Nerve biopsy | Neuralgia | Neuroblastoma | Neurofibromatosis-1 | Neurofibromatosis 2 | Neurogenic bladder | Neurologic deficit | Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses (NCLS) | Neuropathy secondary to drugs | Neuroretinitis | Neurosarcoidosis | Neurosyphilis | Neutropenia - infants | Newborn head molding | Newborn jaundice | Newborn jaundice - discharge | Newborn jaundice - what to ask your doctor | Newborn screening tests | Niacin | Nicotine addiction and withdrawal | Nicotine poisoning | Nicotine replacement therapy | NICU consultants and support staff | NICU staff | Niemann-Pick disease | Night terror | Nightmares | Nikolsky’s sign | Nipple problems | Nitric acid poisoning | Nitroblue tetrazolium test | Nitroglycerin overdose | Nocardia infection | Nodules | Noma | Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma | Noninvasive | Noonan syndrome | Normal growth and development | Normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) | Norpramin overdose | Nosebleed | Nuclear ventriculography | Numbness and tingling | Nummular eczema | Nurse practitioner (NP) | Nursemaid’s elbow | Nutrition and athletic performance | Nystagmus


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| Obesity | Obesity hypoventilation syndrome (OHS) | Obsessive-compulsive disorder | Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder | Obstructive sleep apnea | Obstructive uropathy | Occupational asthma | Occupational hearing loss | Oil-based paint poisoning | Oily hair | Oily skin | Oleander poisoning | Olivopontocerebellar atrophy | Omphalocele | Omphalocele repair | Open heart surgery | Open lung biopsy | Open pleural biopsy | Ophthalmoscopy | Opiate withdrawal | Opioid intoxication | Opisthotonos | Oppositional defiant disorder | Optic glioma | Optic nerve atrophy | Optic neuritis | Oral cancer | Oral cholecystogram | Oral hypoglycemics overdose | Oral mucositis | Orbit CT scan | Orbital cellulitis | Orbital pseudotumor | Orchitis | Organic brain syndrome | Orgasmic dysfunction | Oropharynx lesion biopsy | Osgood-Schlatter disease | Osler-Weber-Rendu syndrome | Osmolality - blood | Osmolality - urine | Osmotic diuresis | Osmotic fragility | Osteitis fibrosa | Osteoarthritis | Osteogenesis imperfecta | Osteomalacia | Osteomyelitis | Osteomyelitis - discharge | Osteonecrosis | Osteopenia - premature infants | Osteoporosis | Osteosarcoma | Ostomy - resources | Otitis | Otitis media with effusion | Otosclerosis | Ovarian cancer | Ovarian cysts | Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome | Ovarian hypofunction | Ovarian overproduction of androgens | Oven cleaner poisoning | Over-the-counter birth control | Overcoming breastfeeding problems | Overdose | Overweight | Oxalic acid poisoning | Oxazepam overdose | Oxygen safety | Oxygen therapy - infants | Ozena


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| Paget’s disease of the bone | Pain medications | Painful menstrual periods | Painful swallowing | Paints - emulsion type | Paints - lacquer and varnish removers | Palatal myoclonus | Paleness | Palpation | Palpebral slant - eye | PAM | Pancreas divisum | Pancreas transplant | Pancreatic abscess | Pancreatic carcinoma | Pancreatic islet cell tumor | Pancreatic pseudocyst | Pancreatitis | Pancreatitis - discharge | Panic disorder | Pantothenic acid and biotin | Pap smear | Papule | Para-aminobenzoic acid | Paradichlorobenzene poisoning | Paraffin poisoning | Parainfluenza | Paranoid personality disorder | Paraphimosis | Parapneumonic pulmonary effusion | Paraquat poisoning | Parathyroid adenoma | Parathyroid biopsy | Parathyroid cancer | Parathyroid gland removal | Parathyroid hyperplasia | Parinaud syndrome | Parkinson’s disease | Parkinson’s disease - resources | Paronychia | Paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria (PCH) | Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) | Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia (PSVT) | Partial (focal) seizure | Partial thromboplastin time (PTT) | Passive-aggressive personality disorder | Patches | Patent ductus arteriosus | Patent foramen ovale | Patent urachus repair | Pathological gambling | PBG test | Peak expiratory flow rate | Pectus carinatum | Pectus excavatum | Pectus excavatum - discharge | Pectus excavatum repair | Pediatric heart surgery | Pediatric heart surgery - discharge | Pedicle | Pellagra | Pelvic (between the hips) radiation - discharge | Pelvic CT scan | Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) | Pelvic laparoscopy | Pelvis MRI scan | Pelvis x-ray | Pemphigus vulgaris | Pencil erasers | Pencil swallowing | Penis | Penis care (uncircumcised) | Penis pain | Pentazocine overdose | Pentobarbital overdose | Peppermint oil overdose | Peptic ulcer | Percussion | Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiogram | Percutaneous urinary procedures | Percutaneous urinary procedures - discharge | Percutaneously inserted central catheter - infants | Periactin overdose | Perianal streptococcal cellulitis | Pericardial fluid culture | Pericardial fluid gram stain | Pericardiocentesis | Pericarditis | Pericarditis - after heart attack | Pericarditis - bacterial | Pericarditis - constrictive | Perichondritis | Periodontitis | Perioral dermatitis | Periorbital cellulitis | Periosteum | Peripartum cardiomyopathy | Peripheral | Peripheral arterial line - infants | Peripheral artery bypass - leg | Peripheral artery bypass - leg - discharge | Peripheral artery disease - legs | Peripheral intravenous line - infants | Peripheral neuropathy | Peripherally inserted central catheter | Perirenal abscess | Peristalsis | Peritoneal fluid analysis | Peritoneal fluid culture | Peritonitis | Peritonitis - dialysis associated | Peritonitis - secondary | Peritonitis - spontaneous | Peritonsillar abscess | Periventricular leukomalacia | Pernicious anemia | Personality disorders | Pertussis | Pes planus | PET scan | Petit mal seizure | Petroleum jelly overdose | Petrositis | Pets and the immunocompromised person | Peutz-Jeghers syndrome | Phantom limb pain | Pharyngitis | Pharyngitis - viral | Pharyngomaxillary space abscess | Phencyclidine overdose | Phenindamine overdose | Pheniramine overdose | Phenobarbital overdose | Phenothiazine overdose | Phenylbutazone overdose | Phenylketonuria | Phenytoin overdose | Pheochromocytoma | Philodendron poisoning | Phlegmasia cerulea dolens | Phonological disorder | Phosphorus in diet | Photographic fixative poisoning | Physical activity | Physical exam frequency | Physical examination | Physical medicine and rehabilitation | Physician Assistant profession (PA) | Pica | Pick’s disease | Pierre Robin syndrome | Pilonidal cyst | Pine oil poisoning | Pinguecula | Pinna abnormalities and low-set ears | Pinworm test | Pinworms | Piperonyl butoxide with pyrethrins poisoning | Piroxicam overdose | Pituitary infarction | Pituitary tumor | Pityriasis alba | Pityriasis rosea | Pityriasis rubra pilaris | Placenta abruptio | Placenta previa | Placental insufficiency | Plague | Plantar fasciitis | Plaque and tartar on teeth | Plasma amino acids | Plastic casting resin poisoning | Plastic resin hardener poisoning | Platelet aggregation test | Platelet associated antibodies | Platelet count | Plethysmography | Pleural effusion | Pleural fluid analysis | Pleural fluid culture | Pleural fluid Gram stain | Pleural fluid smear | Pleural needle biopsy | Pleurisy | Plummer-Vinson syndrome/esophageal web | Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine | Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine | Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia | Pneumomediastinum | Pneumonia | Pneumonia - children - discharge | Pneumonia - adults - discharge | Pneumonia - weakened immune system | Pneumothorax - infants | Poinsettia poisoning | Point tenderness - abdomen | Poison control center - emergency number | Poison ivy - oak - sumac | Poison ivy - oak - sumac rash | Poison ivy itchiness | Poisoning - fish and shellfish | Poisoning first aid | Pokeweed poisoning | Polio immunization (vaccine) | Poliomyelitis | Polyarteritis nodosa | Polycystic kidney disease | Polycystic ovary disease | Polycythemia vera | Polydactyly | Polyhydramnios | Polymorphic light eruption | Polymyalgia rheumatica | Polymyositis - adult | Polysomnography | Poor feeding in infants | Porphyria | Porphyrins - blood | Porphyrins - urine | Port-wine stain | Portacaval shunting | Post-splenectomy syndrome | Post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis (GN) | Post surgical pain treatment | Post-traumatic stress disorder | Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injury | Posterior fossa tumor | Posterior tongue carcinoma | Postherpetic neuralgia | Postpartum depression | Postural drainage | Potassium - urine | Potassium carbonate poisoning | Potassium hydroxide poisoning | Potassium in diet | Potassium test | Potato plant poisoning - green tubers and sprouts | Potbellies and toddlers | PPD skin test | Prader-Willi syndrome | Preauricular tag or pit | Precocious puberty | Preeclampsia | Pregnancy - health risks | Pregnancy - identifying fertile days | Pregnancy and H1N1 (swine) flu | Pregnancy care | Pregnancy test | Pregnancy ultrasound | Pregnanediol | Premature ejaculation | Premature infant | Premenstrual dysphoric disorder | Premenstrual syndrome | Prerenal azotemia | Presbyopia | Preschooler development | Preschooler test or procedure preparation | Pressure ulcer | Pressure ulcers - what to ask your doctor | Preventing falls | Preventing falls - what to ask your doctor | Preventing food poisoning | Preventing head injuries in children | Preventing pressure ulcers | Preventive health care | Primary alveolar hypoventilation | Primary amyloidosis | Primary biliary cirrhosis | Primary hyperparathyroidism | Primary intestinal pseudo-obstruction | Primary lymphoma of the brain | Primary myelofibrosis | Primary or secondary fibrinolysis | Primary thrombocythemia | Proctitis | Progeria | Prognathism | Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy | Progressive supranuclear palsy | Prolactin | Prolactinoma | Proliferation | Promethazine overdose | Propane poisoning | Propoxyphene overdose | Propyl alcohol | Prosthesis | Protein - urine | Protein C | Protein electrophoresis - serum | Protein electrophoresis - urine | Protein in diet | Protein-losing enteropathy | Protein S | Prothrombin time (PT) | Proton therapy | Protuberance | Proximal | Proximal renal tubular acidosis | Prune belly syndrome | PSA | Pseudogout | Pseudohypoparathyroidism | Pseudomembranous colitis | Pseudotumor cerebri | Psittacosis | Psoriasis | Psoriasis - guttate | Psoriasis - resources | Psoriatic arthritis | Psychosis | Pterygium | PTH | PTH-related protein | Ptosis | Puberty and adolescence | Pubic lice | Pulmonary actinomycosis | Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis | Pulmonary angiography | Pulmonary arteriovenous fistula | Pulmonary aspergilloma (mycetoma) | Pulmonary aspergillosis - allergic bronchopulmonary type | Pulmonary atresia | Pulmonary edema | Pulmonary embolus | Pulmonary function tests | Pulmonary hypertension | Pulmonary nocardiosis | Pulmonary tuberculosis | Pulmonary valve stenosis | Pulmonary veno-occlusive disease | Pulmonary ventilation/perfusion scan | Pulse | Pulse - bounding | Pulse - weak or absent | Pupil - white spots | Purpura | Pustules | Pyloric stenosis | Pyloroplasty | Pyogenic granuloma | Pyogenic liver abscess | Pyruvate kinase | Pyruvate kinase deficiency


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| Q fever | Q fever - early | Quadruple screen test | Quantitative immunoglobulins - nephelometry


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| Rabies | Radial nerve dysfunction | Radiation enteritis | Radiation sickness | Radiation therapy | Radiation therapy - what to ask your doctor | Radioactive iodine uptake | Radionuclide cisternogram | Radionuclide cystogram | Ramsay Hunt syndrome | Rape | Rapid shallow breathing | Rash - child under 2 years | Rashes | Rat-bite fever | Raynaud’s phenomenon | RBC - urine | RBC count | RBC indices | RBC nuclear scan | Reactive arthritis | Reactive attachment disorder of infancy or early childhood | Recognizing medical emergencies | Rectal biopsy | Rectal culture | Rectal prolapse | Rectal prolapse repair | Reflux board | Reflux nephropathy | Refrigerant poisoning | Reifenstein syndrome | Relapsing fever | Remembering tips | Renal | Renal and urological disorders | Renal arteriography | Renal biopsy | Renal cell carcinoma | Renal papillary necrosis | Renal perfusion scintiscan | Renal scan | Renal vein thrombosis | Renal venogram | Renin | Renovascular hypertension | Repair of webbed fingers or toes | Repeated nightmares | Replantation of digits | Reportable diseases | Resources | Respiratory | Respiratory acidosis | Respiratory alkalosis | Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) | Restless leg syndrome | Restrictive cardiomyopathy | Reticulocyte count | Retina | Retinal artery occlusion | Retinal detachment | Retinal detachment repair | Retinal vein occlusion | Retinitis pigmentosa | Retinoblastoma | Retinopathy of prematurity | Retrocalcaneal bursitis | Retrograde cystography | Retrograde ejaculation | Retroperitoneal fibrosis | Retroperitoneal inflammation | Retropharyngeal abscess | Retrosternal thyroid | Retroversion of the uterus | Rett syndrome | Reye syndrome | Reye syndrome - resources | Rh incompatibility | Rhabdomyolysis | Rhabdomyosarcoma | Rheumatic fever | Rheumatoid arthritis | Rheumatoid-collagen disease | Rheumatoid factor (RF) | Rheumatoid lung disease | Rhinophyma | Rhinoplasty | Rhubarb leaves poisoning | Rib cage pain | Riboflavin | Rickets | Rickettsial pox | Right heart ventriculography | Riley-Day syndrome | Ringworm | Robotic surgery | Rocky Mountain spotted fever | Root canal | Rosacea | Roseola | Rotator cuff repair | Rotator cuff tendinitis | Rotavirus antigen test | Routine sputum culture | RPR test | RSV antibody test | Rubber cement | Rubella | Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome | Rumination disorder | Ruptured eardrum | Russell-Silver syndrome


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| Sachet poisoning | Safe drinking during cancer treatment | Safe driving for teens | Safe eating during cancer treatment | Safe sex | Safety | Safety and vitamins | Salads and nutrients | Salivary duct stones | Salivary gland biopsy | Salivary gland disorders | Salivary gland infections | Salivary gland tumors | Salmonella enterocolitis | Sanfilippo syndrome | Sarcoidosis | Satiety - early | Scabies | Scalded skin syndrome | Scales | Scar revision | Scarlet fever | Scheie syndrome | Schilling test | Schirmer's test | Schistosomiasis | Schizoaffective disorder | Schizoid personality disorder | Schizophrenia | Schizophrenia - disorganized type | Schizophrenia - paranoid type | Schizotypal personality disorder | School-age children development | School age test or procedure preparation | School lunch programs | Sciatica | Sclera | Scleritis | Scleroderma | Scleroderma - resources | Scleroma | Sclerosing cholangitis | Scoliosis | Scoliosis - resources | Scoliosis surgery - child | Scorpion fish sting | Scorpions | Scrape | Scrofula | Scrotal masses | Scrotal swelling | Scrotum | Scurvy | Seasonal affective disorder | Sebaceous adenoma | Sebaceous cyst | Seborrheic dermatitis | Seborrheic keratosis | Secobarbital overdose | Secondary amenorrhea | Secondary aplastic anemia | Secondary hyperparathyroidism | Secondary infections | Secondary parkinsonism | Secondary systemic amyloidosis | Secretin stimulation test | Seizures | Selective deficiency of IgA | Selective mutism | Selective mutism - resources | Selenium in diet | Self catheterization - female | Self catheterization - male | Semen analysis | Sensitivity analysis | Sensorimotor polyneuropathy | Sensorineural deafness | Separation anxiety | Sepsis | Septal hematoma | Septic arthritis | Septic shock | Septicemia | Septoplasty | Septoplasty - discharge | Serologic test for B. anthracis | Serology | Serology for brucellosis | Serology for tularemia | Serosanguineous | Serotonin syndrome | Sertoli-Leydig cell tumor | Serum cholinesterase | Serum chromium | Serum globulin electrophoresis | Serum hemoglobin | Serum herpes simplex antibodies | Serum iron | Serum ketones test | Serum magnesium - test | Serum phenylalanine screening | Serum phosphorus | Serum progesterone | Serum serotonin level | Serum sickness | Serum TBG level | Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) | Sex-linked dominant | Sex-linked recessive | Sexual intercourse - painful | Sexual problems overview | Shaken baby syndrome | Shampoo - swallowing | Shaving cream poisoning | Sheehan syndrome | Shellac poisoning | Shigellosis | Shin splints | Shingles | Shock | Short bones | Short bowel syndrome | Short philtrum | Short stature | Shoulder arthroscopy | Shoulder CT scan | Shoulder MRI scan | Shoulder pain | Shoulder replacement | Shoulder replacement - discharge | Shoulder surgery - discharge | Sialogram | Sick sinus syndrome | Sickle cell anemia | Sickle cell anemia - resources | Sickle cell test | SIDS - resources | Sigmoidoscopy | Signs of an asthma attack | Silent thyroiditis | Silicosis | Simian crease | Sinus CT scan | Sinus MRI scan | Sinus x-ray | Sinusitis | Sitz bath | Sjogren syndrome | Skeletal limb abnormalities | Skin - abnormally dark or light | Skin - clammy | Skin abscess | Skin blushing/flushing | Skin cancer | Skin care and incontinence | Skin characteristics in newborns | Skin color - patchy | Skin culture | Skin discoloration - bluish | Skin graft | Skin lesion aspiration | Skin lesion biopsy | Skin lesion KOH exam | Skin lesion of blastomycosis | Skin lesion of coccidioidomycosis | Skin lesion of histoplasmosis | Skin lumps | Skin sagging treatment - underarms | Skin self-exam | Skin turgor | Skull x-ray | Sleep disorders | Sleep disorders in the elderly | Sleeping difficulty | Sleeping sickness | Sleepwalking | Sleepwalking and children | Slipped capital femoral epiphysis | Slit-lamp exam | Small bowel bacterial overgrowth | Small bowel resection | Small bowel resection - 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| X-ray | X-ray - skeleton | Xanthoma | Xeroderma pigmentosa | Xerosis


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| Yawning - excessive | Yaws | Yellow fever | Yew poisoning | Your baby, infant, or toddler and H1N1 (swine) flu | Your child and H1N1 (swine) flu | Your diet after gastric bypass surgery


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| Zinc in diet | Zinc oxide overdose | Zinc poisoning | Zollinger-Ellison syndrome


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| 17-hydroxycorticosteroids | 17-ketosteroids | 17-OH progesterone | 24-hour urinary aldosterone excretion rate | 24-hour urine copper test | 24-hour urine protein | 25-hydroxy vitamin D test | 5'-nucleotidase | 5-HIAA


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MedTerms medical dictionary is the medical reference for MedicineNet.com. Our doctors define difficult medical language in easy-to-understand explanations of over 16,000 medical terms.
Medterms online medical dictionary provides quick access to hard-to-spell and often misspelled medical definitions through an extensive alphabetical listing.


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Abdominal

Relating to the abdomen, the belly, that part of the body that contains all of the structures between the chest and the pelvis. The abdomen is separated anatomically from the chest by the diaphragm, the powerful muscle spanning the body cavity below the lungs.

The abdomen includes a host of organs including the stomach, small intestine, colon, rectum, liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, appendix, gallbladder, and bladder.

The word "abdomen" has a curious story behind it. It comes from the Latin "abdodere", to "hide". The idea was that whatever was eaten was hidden in the abdomen.

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Ah-Al | AHC | AHD | Aicardi syndrome | AID (artificial insemination by donor) | Aid, vibrotactile | AIDS | AIDS dementia complex | AIDS wasting syndrome | AIDS-related complex | AIH (artificial insemination by husband) | Air bag | Air travel with diabetes | Air-conditioner lung | Airway | Airway obstruction | AK | AKA (above the knee amputation) | Akathisia | Akinesia | Akinetic | Akinetic mutism | AKU | Al-hijamah | Ala | ALA | Alactasia | Alagille syndrome | Alanine | Alanine aminotransferase (ALT) | Alanine-glyoxylate aminotransferase | Alarm clock headache | Alb- | Albert Sabin | Albinism | Albinism and hemorrhagic diathesis | Albinism, oculocutaneous | Albino | Albright syndrome | Albuginea | Albumen | Albumin | Albuminuria | ALCAM | Alcohol | Alcohol abuse | Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, National Institute | Alcohol poisoning | Alcohol, pregnancy | Alcoholics Anonymous | Alcoholism | Aldose reductase inhibitor | Aldosterone | Aldosteronism | Aldrec | Aldrex | Aldrin | Aldrin and dieldrin | Alembic | Aleut health | Aleve | Alexander disease | Alexander technique | Alexia | algia | Alice in Wonderland syndrome | Alice Stewart | Alien hand syndrome | Alienist | Alimentary | Alimentary canal | Alkaline phosphatase | Alkaloid | Alkaloid, vinca | Alkalosis | Alkaptonuria | Alkyl group | ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukemia) | Allele | Allelic | Allergen | Allergic conjunctivitis | Allergic contact dermatitis | Allergic contact eczema | Allergic granulomatosis | Allergic granulomatous angiitis | Allergic purpura | Allergic reaction | Allergic rhinitis | Allergic rhinitis, perennial | Allergic rhinitis, seasonal | Allergic salute | Allergic vasculitis | Allergy | Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Inst. | Allergy desensitization | Allergy immunotherapy | Allergy scratch test | Allergy shots | Allergy skin test | Allergy to cockroaches | Allergy, cow milk | Allergy, honey bee | Allergy, peanut | Allergy, soy milk | Allodynia | Alloerotic | Allogeneic | Allogeneic graft | Allograft | Allopath | Allopathic | Allopathic medicine | Allopathist | Allopathy | ALMS1 | Alogia | Alopecia | Alopecia areata | Alopecia capitis totalis | Alopecia universalis | Alopecia, traumatic | ALOX5AP | Alpers disease | Alpha blocker | Alpha cell, pancreatic | Alpha error | Alpha helix | Alpha interferon | Alpha linolenic acid | Alpha Omega Alpha | Alpha particle | Alpha synuclein | Alpha thalassemia | Alpha-1 | Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency | Alpha-defensin | Alpha-ET | Alpha-ethltryptamine | Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) | Alpha-galactosidase A deficiency | Alpha-glucosidase inhibitor | Alpha-linolenic acid | Alpha-synuclein | Alport syndrome | Alprazolam | ALPS | ALS | ALS1 | ALS2 | ALS3 | ALS4 | ALS5 | ALS6 | ALS7 | ALS8 | Alstrom syndrome | Alstrom-Hallgren syndrome | Alstrom-Hallgren syndrome | ALT (alanine aminotransferase) | Alteplase | Alternate hemiplegia | Alternating hemiplegia of childhood | Alternating hemiplegia syndrome | Alternative medical system | Alternative medicine | Alternative Medicine, National Center for Compleme | Alternative splicing | Altitude illness | Altitude sickness | Altitude, acclimatization to | Altitude, high | Altretamine | Aluminum | Aluminum poisoning | Aluminum toxicity | Alveolar | Alveolar hydatid disease | Alveolar proteinosis | Alveoli | Alveolitis | Alveolus | Alvit
Am-Am | Am | AMA | Amalgam | Amastia | Amaurosis fugax | Amaurotic familial idiocy | Amazia | Ambidextrous | Ambien | Ambient | Ambiguous genitalia | Amblyopia | Amblyopia, nocturnal | Ambulance | Ambulant | Ambulatory | Ambulatory care | AMC (arthrogryposis multiplex congenita) | AMD | Ameba | Amebiasis | Amebic colitis | Amebic dysentery | Amelanotic | Amelanotic melanoma | Amelioration | Amenia | Amenorrhea | Amer College of Ob and Gyn (ACOG) | American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons | American Academy of Pediatrics | American Association for Advancement of Science | American Association of Dermatology | American Cancer Society (ACS) | American College of Nurse-Midwives | American College of Physicians | American College of Surgeons (ACS) | American Dental Association (ADA) | American Diabetes Association (ADA) | American dog tick | American Journal of Public Health | American Medical Association | American medical school, first | American Psychiatric Association | American Sign Language | American trypanosomiasis | American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) | Americium | Ames test | Ames, Bruce N. | AMI | Amine | Amini | Amini, Fariborz | Amino acid | Amino acid symbols | Amino acid, branched-chain | Amino acid, essential | Amino acid, nonessential | Amino acids | Aminotransferase | Amitriptyline | AML | AML1 | Ammonia | Ammonium perchlorate | Amnesia | Amnesia, antegrade | Amnesia, anterograde | Amnesia, retrograde | Amnesia, transient global | Amnesic aphasia | Amnestic aphasia | Amniocentesis | Amnion | Amnioreduction | Amniotic fluid | Amniotic sac | Amoeba | Amok | Amoxicillin | Amoxil | Amphetamine | Amplification | Amplification, DNA | Ampulla | Ampulla of Vater | Ampullary carcinoma | Amputation | AMS (acute mountain sickness) | AMS (atypical measles syndrome) | Amsler grid | Amuck | Amusia | Amygdala | Amygdaloid | Amygdaloid body | Amygdaloid complex | Amygdaloid nucleus | Amyl- | Amylase | Amylo- | Amyloid | Amyloidosis | Amyloidosis, hereditary | Amyloidosis, primary | Amyloidosis, secondary | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 1 | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 2 | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 3 | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 4 | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 5 | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 6 | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 7 | Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 8
An-An | AN | An- | ANA | Anaesthesia | Anal atresia | Anal fissure | Anal fistula | Anal incontinence | Anal itching | Anal papilla | Anal papillae | Analbuminemia | Analgesia | Analgesic | Analgesic drug | Analog | Analogous | Analysis | Analysis, linkage | Analytic sensitivity | Analytic specificity | Anaphia | Anaphylactic shock | Anaphylactoid purpura | Anaphylaxis | Anaplasmosis | Anaplastology | Anaprox | Anaptic | Anastomosis | Anastrozole | Anat. | Anatomic orientation terms | Anatomical position | Anatomical snuffbox | Anatomy | Anatomy in the Bible | Anatomy, Gray's | Anatomy, gross | Anatomy, microscopic | Anatripsis | ANC | Ancylostoma infection | Anderson-Fabry disease | Andro | Androgen | Androgen ablation | Androgen insensitivity syndrome, complete | Androgen suppression | Androgen suppression therapy | Androgenic | Android pelvis | Andrology | Androstenedione | Anemia | Anemia and triphalangeal thumbs | Anemia, Addison | Anemia, addisonian | Anemia, aplastic | Anemia, Biermer's | Anemia, congenital | Anemia, Cooley's | Anemia, Fanconi | Anemia, iron deficiency | Anemia, Mediterranean | Anemia, pernicious | | Anemia, sickle cell | Anemia, sideroblastic, and spinocerebellar ataxia | Anemic | Anencephaly | Anergy | Anesthesia | Anesthesia awareness | Anesthesia, caudal epidural | Anesthesiologist | Anesthesiology | Anesthetic | Anesthetic, epidural | Anesthetic, general | Anesthetic, local | Anesthetist | Anetoderma | Aneuploidy | Aneurysm | Aneurysm, abdominal | Aneurysm, aortic | Aneurysm, arterial | Aneurysm, arteriosclerotic | Aneurysm, atherosclerotic | Aneurysm, berry | Aneurysm, brain | Aneurysm, cardiac | Aneurysm, dissecting | Aneurysm, fusiform | Aneurysm, miliary | Aneurysm, racemose | Aneurysm, renal | Aneurysm, saccular | Aneurysm, thoracic | Aneurysm, venous | Aneurysmal bruit | Anfinsen | Anfinsen, Christian Boehmer, Jr. | Angelman syndrome | Anger | Angiitis | Angiitis, allergic granulomatous | Angina | Angina pectoris | Angina trachealis | Angina, exudative | Angina, Prinzmetal | Angina, variant | Angina, Vincent | Angioedema | Angioedema, hereditary | Angiogenesis | Angiogram | Angiography | Angiography, coronary | Angiography, fluorescein | Angioid streaks | Angiokeratoma corporis diffusum universale | Angiomatosis, bacillary | Angiomyxoma, aggressive | Angioneurotic edema, hereditary | Angiopathy | Angioplasty | Angiosarcoma | Angiostatin | Angiostrongyliasis | Angiostrongylus infection | Angiotensin | Angiotensin converting enzyme | Angiotensin converting enzyme 2 | Angiotensin II receptor blocker | Angiotensin receptor blocker | Angle-closure glaucoma | Angle-closure glaucoma, acute | Angry | Anhedonia | Anhidrosis | Anhidrotic | Aniline | Animal-to-human transplant | Anion | Anion gap | Aniso | Aniso- | Anisocoria | Anisocytosis | Anisometropia | Ankle | Ankle bone | Ankle joint | Ankle pain | Ankle sprain | Ankle twist | Ankle-foot orthosis | Ankyloglossia | Ankylose | Ankylosing | Ankylosing spondylitis | Ankylosis | Ankyrin deficiency | Anlage | Anlagen | ANLL | Annals of Internal Medicine | Annexin A1 | Annexin V | Annexins | Annotate | Annotation | Annotation, genome | Annular pancreas | Annulus | Anogenital tract | Anomalad, Klippel-Feil | Anomaly | Anomaly, congenital | Anomaly, Klippel-Feil | Anomia | Anomic aphasia | Anonymize | Anonymous reporting | Anonymous testing | Anophthalmia | Anorectic | Anorexia | Anorexia nervosa | Anorexia, cancer | Anorexic | Anorexigenic | Anorgasmia | Anorgasmy | Anoscope | Anoscopy | Anosmia | Anotia | Anovular | Anovular menstruation | Anovulatory | Anoxia | Anoxic | Ant, fire | Antagonist | Antean | Antegrade | Antegrade amnesia | Antenatal surgery | Anterior | Anterior chamber | Anterior cruciate injury | Anterior cruciate ligament | Anterior pituitary | Anterior tongue | Antero- | Anterograde | Anterograde amnesia | Anterograde memory | Anteroposterior | Anteroposterior (AP) | Anthracycline | Anthrax | Anthrax immunization | Anthrax toxin | Anthropology, forensic | Anti CCP | Anti- | Anti-angiogenesis drugs | Anti-CCP | Anti-citrulline antibody | Anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide antibody | Anti-emetic | Anti-infective | Anti-platelet agents | Anti-reflux surgery (fundoplication) | Antiandrogen | Antiatherogenic mutation | Antibacterial | Antibiotic | Antibiotic resistance | Antibiotic-resistant tuberculosis | Antibody | Antibody cross reactivity | Antibody, antinuclear | Antibody, antithyroglobulin | Antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity | Anticholinergic | Anticipation | Anticipatory grief | Anticoagulant | Anticoagulant agent | Anticonvulsant | Antidepressant | Antidepressant, MAOI | Antidepressant, SSRI | Antidepressant, tricyclic | Antidiabetic agent | Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) | Antidote | Antielastase | Antiemetics | Antiestrogen | Antifreeze poisoning | Antifungal | Antifungal agent | Antifungal drug | Antifungal medication | Antigen | Antigen-antibody complex | Antigen-presenting cell | Antigenic drift | Antigenic shift | Antihistamines | Antihypertensive | Antiinfective | Antimalarial | Antimetabolite | Antimicrobial | Antimicrobial agent | Antimicrobial drug | Antimicrobial medication | Antimicrobial resistance | Antimony | Antineoplastic | Antinuclear antibody | Antinuclear antibody test | Antioxidant | Antiparallel | Antiparasitic | Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome | Antiprotozoal | Antiprotozoal drug | Antipsoriatic | Antipsychotic | Antipyretic | Antiretroviral | Antiretroviral therapy (ART) | Antisense | Antisense DNA | Antisense drug | Antisense mRNA | Antisense-strand RNA virus | Antisepsis | Antiseptic | Antisocial personality | Antisocial personality disorder | Antispasmodic | Antithymocyte globulin | Antithyroglobulin | Antithyroid antibody | Antithyroid drug | Antitoxin | Antivenin | Antiviral | Antiviral agent | Anton Chekhov | Antonio Maria Valsalva | Antonomasia | Antonomastic | Antonomasy | Antro-duodenal motility study | Antrum | Ants, fire | Ants, velvet | ANUG (acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis) | Anus | Anus, imperforate | Anvil | ANXA1 | Anxiety | Anxiety disorder | Anxiety disorder, social
Ao-Ap | AOA | AOM | Aorta | Aorta, abdominal | Aorta, ascending | Aorta, coarctation of the | Aorta, descending | Aorta, thoracic | Aortal | Aortic | Aortic aneurysm | Aortic arch | Aortic arch syndrome | Aortic atresia | Aortic dissection | Aortic insufficiency | Aortic regurgitation | Aortic stenosis | Aortic valve | Aortic valve, bicuspid | Aortitis | AP | AP (anteroposterior) | AP, X-ray | APA | APC | APC (gene) | APC (immunology) | APC (medication) | APECED (autoimmune polyendocrinopathy) | Aperient | Apert syndrome | Apert syndrome acrocephalosyndactyly | Apex | Apgar | Apgar score | Aphagia | Aphakia | Aphasia | Aphasia, acquired epileptiform | Aphasia, amnesic | Aphasia, amnestic | Aphasia, anomic | Aphasia, nominal | Aphasia, primary progressive | Apheresis | Aphonia | Aphrasia | Aphthous ulcer | Apical | APL | Aplasia | Aplasia of the breast | Aplastic anemia | APLS (antiphospholipid antibody syndrome) | APM1 | Apnea | Apnea, central sleep | Apnea, obstructive sleep | APO-1 | APOA-I | ApoA-I Milano | APOBEC3G | ApoE | Apolipoprotein A-I | Apolipoprotein E | Apollo | Apopain | Apophenia | Apophysitis calcaneus | Apoplexy | Apoptosis | Appendectomy | Appendiceal | Appendiceal cancer | Appendiceal perforation | Appendiceal rupture | Appendicitis | Appendix | Appendix cancer | Appendix epididymis | Appendix epiploica | Appendix perforation | Appendix rupture | Appendix testis | Apposition | Approved drug | Apraxia | Apraxia of speech | APS (autoimmune polyglandular syndrome) | APT1
Aq-Ar | AQP | Aquaporin | Aqueduct | Aqueduct of Sylvius | Aqueduct of the midbrain | Aqueous humor | Arabidopsis thaliana | Arabidopsis thaliana genome | Arachidonate 5-lipoxygenase activating protein | Arachidonate 5-lipoxygenase-activating protein | Arachnodactyly | Arachnoiditis | ARB | Arbitration agreement | Arborvirus | Arboviral encephalitis | Arbovirus | Arc eye | Arch, aortic | Arch, vertebral | Arch, zygomatic | Archaea | Archaeogenetics | Archaeology | Arcuate neuron | Arcuate nucleus | Arcus senilis | ARD | ARDS | Areflexia | Arenaviridae | Arenavirus | Areola | Arg | Argentaffinoma | Arginine | Argon laser | Argyria | Arhythmia | Arimidex | Aristolochia fangchi | Aristolochic acid | Aristotle | ARM | Arm | ARMD | Armed Forces Institute of Pathology | Armed tapeworm | Arms | Aromasin | Aromatase | Aromatase inhibitor | Aromatherapy | Arrayed library | Arrector pili | Arrectores pilorum | Arrhythmia | Arrhythmia, sinus | Arrhythmias, atrial | Arrhythmias, rapid | Arrhythmias, slow | Arrhythmias, ventricular | ARS | Arsenic | Arsine | ART (antiretroviral therapy) | Artemidorus | Artemsisia annua | Arteria femoralis | Arterial aneurysm | Arterial blood gas (ABG) | Arterial tension | Arteries, coronary | Arteriogram | Arteriohepatic dysplasia | Arteriole | Arteriosclerosis | Arteriosclerotic aneurysm | Arteriosclerotic retinopathy | Arteriovenous malformation | Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) | Arteritis, cranial | Arteritis, giant cell | Arteritis, Takayasu | Arteritis, temporal | Artery | Artery disease, coronary | Artery spasm, coronary | Artery, brachial | Artery, carotid | Artery, central retinal | Artery, femoral | Artery, hepatic | Artery, mesenteric | Artery, ophthalmic | Artery, pulmonary | Artery, splenic | Artery, vertebral | Arth. and Musculoskeletal and Skin Dis, Nat'l Inst | Arthr- | Arthralgia | Arthritis | Arthritis in children | Arthritis mutilans | Arthritis, degenerative | Arthritis, gout | Arthritis, Lyme | Arthritis, psoriatic | Arthritis, quackery | Arthritis, reactive | Arthritis, Reiter | Arthritis, rheumatoid | Arthritis, spondylitis | Arthritis, systemic-onset chronic rheumatoid | Arthritis, systemic-onset juvenile rheumatoid | Arthro- | Arthrocentesis | Arthrogryposis | Arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC) | Arthropathy | Arthroscope | Arthroscopic | Arthroscopy | Arthrosis | Artic health | Articulation | Articulation disorder | Articulations of the body, principal | Artificial abortion | Artificial heart | Artificial insemination | Artificial insemination by donor (AID) | Artificial insemination by husband (AIH) | Artificial knee | Artificial nose | Artificial pacemaker | Artificial pancreas | Arylalkylamine N-acetyltransferase
As-As | ASA (drug caution code) | ASAT | Asbestos | Asbestosis | Ascariasis | Ascaris | Ascending aorta | Ascending pathway | Ascites | Asclepius | Ascorbic acid | Ascus | ASCUS | ASD | Aseptic | Aseptic bursitis | Aseptic necrosis | Asexual | Asian cholera | Asian flu | Asian influenza | ASL | Asn | ASOT | Asp | Asparagine | Aspartame | Aspartate aminotransferase (AST) | Aspartic acid | Asperger syndrome | Aspergillosis | Aspergillus | Asphyxia | Aspie | Aspirate | Aspiration | Aspiration pneumonia | Aspiration, fine needle | Aspiration, joint | Asplenia | Asplenic | Assay | Assay, CEA | Assay, NSE | Assembly and budding | Assembly, DNA | Assignment of benefits | Assistant in dying | Assistant, physician (PA) | Assisted living | Assisted suicide | Assistive device | Assistive technology | Association | Association of American Medical Colleges | Association, VATER | AST | Astatic seizure | Asthenia | Asthenic | Asthma | Asthma susceptibility gene | Asthma, exercise-induced | Asthma, miner's | Asthma, thermally induced | Asthmatic | Astigmatic | Astigmatism | Astrocytoma | Asymptomatic | Asymptomatic infection | Asystole
At-At | AT (in DNA) | Ataxia | Ataxia telangiectasia mutated | Ataxia, cerebellar | Ataxia-telangiectasia | ATCC (American Type Culture Collection) | Atelectasis | Atelectasis, primary | Atelectasis, secondary | Atenolol | ATG | Athelia | Atherectomy | Atherogenesis | Atheroma | Atherosclerosis | Atherosclerotic | Atherosclerotic aneurysm | Athetosis | Athleats feet | Athlete foot | Athlete's feet | Athlete's foot | Athymic | Athymic mouse | Atkins diet | ATL | Atlantoaxial | Atlas | Atlas and axis joint | Atloaxoid joint | ATM | ATN | Atom | Atonia, REM sleep | Atonic | Atonic seizure | Atopic | Atopic dermatitis | Atopy | Atorvastatin | ATP | Atresia | Atresia, anal | Atresia, aortic | Atresia, biliary | Atria | Atrial | Atrial arrhythmias | Atrial fib | Atrial fibrillation | Atrial flutter | Atrial septal defect (ASD) | Atrial septum | Atriodigital dysplasia | Atrioventricular (AV) | Atrioventricular node | Atrium | Atrophic vaginitis | Atrophy | Atrophy, peroneal muscular | Atropine | Atropine psychosis | ATSDR | Attack, vasovagal | Attention | Attention deficit disorder (ADD) | Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder | Attention getting | Attentional | Attenuate | Attenuated | Attenuated familial adenomatous polyposis | Attenuated FAP | Attenuated virus | Atypical | Atypical measles syndrome (AMS)
Au-Au | Audiogram | Audiologist | Audiology | Audiometry | Auditory acuity | Auditory aphasia | Auditory brainstem response test | Auditory cortex | Auditory disease, central | Auditory integration training | Auditory perception | Auditory prosthesis | Auditory tube | Aura | Aural vertigo, recurrent | Auricle | Auricular | Auscultate | Austin Flint murmur | Autism | Autistic savant | Autoantibody | Autochthonous | Autoclave | Autogenous | Autograft | Autoimmune | Autoimmune disease | Autoimmune hemolytic anemia | Autoimmune hepatitis | Autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome (ALPS) | Autoimmune polyendocrinopathy | Autoimmune polyendocrinopathy syndrome | Autoimmune polyglandular syndrome (APS) | Autoimmune process | Autoimmune thyroid disease | Autoimmune thyroiditis | Autoimmunity | Autoinnoculation | Autologous | Autologous blood donation | Autolysis | Automated external defibrillator | Automated white cell differential | Automatic behavior | Automatic seizure | Automatism | Autonomic failure | Autonomic nervous system | Autonomic neuropathy | Autonomy, patient | Autopsy | Autoradiography | Autosomal | Autosomal chromosome | Autosomal dominant | Autosomal dominant hereditary spastic
paraplegia | Autosomal dominant radial drusen | Autosomal recessive | Autosome | Autotransplant | Autotransplantation | Aux- Av-Az | AV (atrioventricular) | AV node | Avascular necrosis | Avascular necrosis of the femoral head | Avastin | Avery | Avery, MacLeod, and McCarty | Avery, Oswald Theodore | Avian flu | Avian influenza | Avian tuberculosis | AVM | AVM (arteriovenous malformation) | AVN | Avulse | Avulsion | Avuncular | Axelrod | Axelrod, Julius | Axial tomography, computerized | Axilla | Axillary | Axillary dissection | Axillary hyperhidrosis | Axis | Axon | Ayurveda | Azoospermia | Azotemia | AZT


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Ba-Bb | B cell | B variant GM2-gangliosidosis | B virus | B(a)P | B-type natriuretic peptide | B. burgdorferi | B. cepacia | B. coli | B. quintana | b.i.d. (on prescription) | Ba | Babesiosis | Babinski reflex | Babinski response | Babinski sign | Baby blues | Baby teeth | Baby walker | Baby, fetal alcohol syndrome | Babysitter's elbow | BAC | Bacillary angiomatosis | Bacille Calmette Guerin | Bacillus | Bacillus anthracis | Back pain | Back pain, low | Backbone | Background radiation | Bacteremia | Bacteria | Bacterial | Bacterial artificial chromosome | Bacterial vaginosis | Bacteriocidal | Bacteriology | Bacteriophage | Bacteriostatic | Bacterium | Bad air | BAEP (brainstem auditory evoked potentials) | Bag of waters | Bag, air | Baker cyst | Baker's yeast | Balance | Balance, acid-base | Balance, sense of | Balanitis | Balanitis, circinate | Balanoposthitis | Balantidiasis | Balantidium | Baldness | Baldness, patchy | Ball-and-socket joint | Balloon angioplasty | Balloon tamponade | Bambino | Ban zhi lian | Band, chromosome | Band, Q | Banding of chromosomes | Bannayan syndrome | Bar chart | Bar graph | Barbara McClintock | Barbat skullcap | Barber itch | Bariatric | Bariatric physician | Bariatric surgery | Bariatrician | Bariatrics | Barium | Barium enema | Barium enema x-ray | Barium solution | Barium swallow | Barker, Horace Albert | Barlow syndrome | Baroparesis | Barosinusitis | Barotitis | Barotrauma | Barotrauma, otic | Barotrauma, sinus | Barr body | Barrett esophagus | Barrett's esophagus | Bartholin's glands | Bartonella quintana | Bartter syndrome | Basal cell carcinoma | Basal cell nevus syndrome | Basal cells | Basal ganglia | Basal metabolic rate | Basal nuclei | Basal temperature | Basal thermometer | BASE breast cancer gene | Base excision repair | Base in DNA | Base of tongue | Base pair | Base sequence | Base sequence analysis | Base, pressor | Base-excision repair | Baseline | Basement membrane | Basic Local Alignment Search Tool | Basilar | | Baskerville effect | Basophil | Basophilic leukocyte | Bather's eruption | Battered child syndrome | Battle fatigue | Bayes theorem | Bayes' theorem | Bayesian | Baylisascaris
Bc-Be | BCC | BCG | BCM | BCNS | BDD | Beaded vitreous type Stickler syndrome | Beals | Beals, Rodney K. | Beard | Beard ringworm | Beat, premature | Beau lines | Beau's lines | Beau-Reil cross furrows | Beaufort wind scale | Becker muscular dystrophy | Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome | Bed blocker | Bed blocker | Bed bug | Bed bugs | Bed sore | Bednet | Bedsore | Bedwetting | Bee genome | Bee sting | Bee sting, Africanized | Beef tapeworm | Beers criteria | Beers list | Beetle, blister | Behavior center, moral | Behavior therapy | Behavior, automatic | Behavioral medicine | Behcet's disease | Behcet's syndrome | Behind-the-ear hearing aid | Beijerinck | Beijerinck, Martinus W. | Bekam | Belching | Bell | Bell's palsy | Bell, Charles | Bell, Sir Charles | Bellini duct carcinoma | Belly | Belly button | Belly pain | Belt, seat | Benign | Benign intracranial hypertension | Benign lymphoreticulosis | Benign melanoma | Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) | Benign recurrent aseptic meningitis | Benign sleep myoclonus | Benjamin Spock | Benzene | Benzidine | Benzo(a)pyrene | Benzodiazepines | BER | Bereavement | Bergamot oil | Bergstrom | Bergstrom, Sune K | Beriberi | Beriberi, infantile | Berlin Heart | Bernard syndrome | Bernard, Christiaan | Bernard-Horner syndrome | Bernard-Soulier syndrome | Bernstein test | Berry aneurysm | Berserk | Berylliosis | Beryllium | Berzelius | Berzelius, Jons Jacob | Beta adrenergic blocking agents | Beta agonist | Beta blocker | Beta carotene | Beta cell | Beta cell, pancreatic | Beta error | Beta particle | Beta protein 1 | Beta-2 agonist | Beta-agonist | Beta-defensin | Beta-secretase | Betel nut | Bevacizumab | Beverly Hills diet | Bextra | Bezoar
Bf-Bj | BF | Bi- | BIA | Biallelic | Bias | Bicarbonate | Biceps | Bicornuate | Bicuspid | Bicuspid aortic valve | Bicuspid valve | Bicycle helmet | bid (on prescription) | Biermer's anemia | Bietti crystalline dystrophy | Bifid | Bifid uvula | Big bone disease | Big toe sign | BIID | | Bile | Bile acid | Bile acid resin | Bile duct cancer | Bile sludge | Bilharzia | Bilharziasis | Biliary | Biliary atresia | Biliary compression | Biliary decompression | Biliary sand | Biliary sludge | Bilious | Biliousness | Bilirubin | Biloma | Binaural | Binge drinking | Binge eating disorder | Binocular | Binocular diplopia | Binocular vision | Binocularity | Binswanger disease | Binucleate | Bio- | Bioactive | Bioarchaeology | Biochemical | Biochemistry | Bioelectric impedance analysis | Biofeedback | Biofilm | Biofluid | Bioinformatics | Biologic evolution | Biological chemistry | Biological response modifiers | Biological safety level 1 | Biological safety level 2 | Biological safety level 3 | Biological safety level 4 | Biological therapy | Biology, molecular | Biomagnetic therapy | Biomarker | Biopsy | Biopsy, bone marrow | Biopsy, brain | Biopsy, breast | Biopsy, endometrial | Biopsy, excisional | Biopsy, incisional | Biopsy, liver | Biopsy, muscle | Biopsy, punch | Biopsy, sentinel-lymph-node | Biopsy, skin | Biopsy, stereotactic needle | Biosafety | Biosafety level | Biotechnology | Bioterrorism | Biotherapy | Biotin | Bipolar disease | Bipolar disorder | Bipolar I disorder | Bipolar II disorder | Bird flu | Birt Hogg Dube syndrome | Birt-Hogg-Dube syndrome | Birth assistant | Birth cohort | Birth companion | Birth control | Birth control, emergency | Birth defect | Birth defects, study of | Birth rate | Birthmark | bis in die (on prescription) | Bisexual | Bisexual suicide risk | Bisphosphonate | Biventricular assist device
Bk-Bl | BKA | Black American | Black Death | Black eye | Black henna | Black lung disease | Black plague | Blackhead | Blackwell, Elizabeth | Bladder | Bladder cancer | Bladder cancer risks | Bladder catheter, indwelling | Bladder infection | Bladder inflammation | Bladder pain | Bladder, overactive | Blade bone | Blalock-Taussig operation | BLAST | Blast phase | Blastocyst | Blastocystis hominis | Blastocystis infection | Blastocystosis | Blastokinin | Blastoma | Blastomyces dermatitidis | Blastomycosis | Blasts | Bleb | Blender experiment | Blepharitis | Blepharophimosis | Blepharoplasty | Blepharospasm | Blighted ovum | Blind | Blind spot | Blinded study | Blindness | Blindness, legal | Blindness, night | Blister | Blister agent | Blister beetle | Blister, blood | Blister, fever | Blister, water | Blistering agent | Block, caudal | Blocker, beta adrenergic | Blockers, beta | Blood | Blood bank | Blood blister | Blood cleaner | Blood clot | Blood clots, estrogen-associated | Blood count | Blood culture | Blood draw | Blood dyscrasia | Blood glucose | Blood group | Blood group, ABO | Blood in semen | Blood in the eye | Blood in the urine | Blood Institute, National Heart, Lung, and | Blood pH | Blood poisoning | Blood pressure | Blood pressure, high | Blood pressure, low | Blood sugar | Blood sugar, high | Blood sugar, low | Blood transfusion | Blood urea nitrogen | Blood, urinary | Blood-brain barrier | Blood-thinner | Bloody nose | Bloody show | Bloody sputum | Blot, Northern | Blot, Southern | Blot, Western | Blue baby | Blue baby operation | Blue cohosh | Blueberry root | Blunted affect | Blurred vision | Blush
Bm-Bo | BM | BMD (bone mass density) | BMD (bone mineral density) | BMI | BMI calculation | BMJ | BMP | BMP2 | BMPR1A | BMRs (biological response modifiers) | BMT | BNP | Board certified | Board eligible | BOD POD | Body cell mass | Body dysmorphic disorder | Body fat monitor | Body fat scales | Body habitus | Body hearing aid | Body image obsession | Body integrity identity disorder | Body mass index | Body packer | Body packing | Body stuffing | Body surface area | Body type | Body, amygdaloid | Body, ciliary | Bodywork | Boerhaave's syndrome | Bogorad's syndrome | Boil | Bone | Bone cancer | Bone cyst, aneurysmal | Bone cyst, simple | Bone density | Bone marrow | Bone marrow aspiration | Bone marrow biopsy | Bone marrow transplant | Bone marrow transplantation | Bone mass density | Bone mineral density | Bone morphogenetic protein | Bone morphogenic protein 2 | Bone scan | Bone type | Bone, ankle | Bone, blade | Bone, breast | Bone, calf | Bone, carpal | Bone, coccygeal | Bone, collar | Bone, cranial | Bone, cuboid | Bone, endochondral | Bone, ethmoid | Bone, frontal | Bone, giant cell tumor of | Bone, heel | Bone, occipital | Bone, parietal | Bone, sesamoid | Bone, shin | Bone, sphenoid | Bone, temporal | Bone, thigh | Bone, wing | Bone, zygomatic | Bones of the arm, wrist and hand | Bones of the head | Bones of the leg, ankle and foot | Bones of the skeleton | Bones of the trunk | Bones, axial | Bony syndactyly | Bony tarsus | Boomeritis | Booster shot | Borage | Borborygmi | Borborygmus | Borderline personality disorder | Bornholm disease | Borrelia | Borrelia burgdorferi | Bos taurus genome | Botox | Bottlefeeding | Botulinum toxin | Botulism | | Boutonneuse | Bovine | Bovine genome | Bovine tuberculosis | Bow-legs | Bowel | Bowel disease, inflammatory | Bowel disorders and fiber | Bowel sounds | Bowen disease
Bp-Br | bp | BP | BP1 | BPD | BPH | BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) | Brace, foot-drop | Brace, Milwaukee | Brachial artery | Brachial neuritis | Brachial palsy | Brachial paralysis | Brachial plexus | Brachial plexus palsy | Brachial plexus paralysis | Brachial vein | Brachmann-de Lange syndrome | Brachy- | Brachycephaly | Brachydactyly | Brachytherapy | Brachytherapy, coronary artery | Bradycardia | Bradykinesia | Bradykinetic | Bradyphrenia | Bradypnea | Braille system | Brain | Brain aneurysm | Brain anthrax | Brain biopsy | Brain cancer | Brain edema | Brain freeze | Brain malleability | Brain plasticity | Brain stem | Brain stem glioma | Brain swelling | Brain tumor | Brain ventricle | Brain, fornix of the | Brain, water on the | Brainerd diarrhea | Brainstem | Brainstem auditory evoked potentials | Brainstem implant | Branched-chain ketoaciduria | Branchial cleft cyst | Branchial cyst | Braxton Hicks contractions | Brazelton newborn test | BRCA breast cancer gene | BRCA1 | BRCA1 breast cancer susceptibility gene | BRCA2 | Breadbasket | Breakbone fever | Breast | Breast abscess | Breast absence | Breast aplasia | Breast augmentation | Breast biopsy | Breast bone | Breast cancer | Breast cancer gene | Breast cancer gene BRCA1 | Breast cancer gene BRCA2 | Breast cancer metastasis suppressor 1 (BRMS1) | Breast cancer susceptibility genes | Breast cancer, familial | Breast cancer, male | Breast development, early | Breast discharge | Breast feeding | Breast fibroadenoma | Breast infection | Breast lump | Breast milk | Breast pain | Breast reduction | Breast surgeon | Breast trauma | Breast, amastia | Breast, infiltrating ductal carcinoma of the | Breast, infiltrating lobular carcinoma of the | Breast, Paget disease of | Breastfeeding | Breastfeeding practices | Breathing | Breech | Breech birth | Breslow thickness | Bridge | Bright's disease | Brill-Zinsser disease | Brissaud's infantilism | British National Formulary | Brittle bone disease | Brittle diabetes | Broca's area | Broken hip | Bromine | Bromism | Bromobenzylcyanide | Bromoderma | Bronchi | Bronchiectasis | Bronchiole | Bronchiolitis | Bronchitis | Bronchitis, chronic | Bronchopulmonary | Bronchopulmonary dysplasia | Bronchopulmonary segments | Bronchoscope | Bronchoscopy | Bronchospasm, exercise-induced | Bronchus | Bross | Bross, Irwin DJ | Brown fat | Brown syndrome | Brown, Louise | Brown, Michael Stuart | Bruce N. Ames | Bruce protocol | Brucellosis | Bruise | Bruit | Brunhilde virus | Brushfield's spots | Bruton agammaglobulinemia tyrosine kinase | Bruxism
Bs-Bv | BSA | BSL | BSL-1 | BSL-2 | BSL-3 | BSL-4 | BTE | Bubble boy disease | Bubo | Buboes | Bubonic plague | Buccal mucosa | Buffalo chest | Bug, kissing | Bug, reduviid | Bulbar | Bulbar conjunctiva | Bulbourethral gland | Bulimia | Bulimia nervosa | Bulimia susceptibility gene | Bulla | Bullae | Bullous | Bullous pemphigoid | Bummed out | Bumps | BUN | Bundling | Bunion | Buprenorphine | Burkholderia cepacia | Burkitt lymphoma | Burkitt's lymphoma | Burn | Burn treatment | Burn, first degree | Burn, second degree | Burn, third degree | Burning mouth syndrome | Burning urination | Burp | Bursa | Bursae | Bursal | Bursitis | Bursitis, aseptic | Bursitis, calcific | Bursitis, elbow | Bursitis, hip | Bursitis, knee | Bursitis, septic | Bursitis, shoulder | Bursopathy | Buruli ulcer | Buschke disease | Buschke scleredema | Buschke's disease | Buschke's scleredema | Butterbur | Butterfly rash | Butyric acid
Bw-Bz | BWS | BX | Bx | Bypass | Bypass, cardiopulmonary | Bypass, coronary


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Ca-Ca | C (cytosine) | C peptide | C-IBS | c-IBS | C-peptide | C-reactive protein | C-section | C. botulinum | C. difficile | C. elegans | C. elegans genome | C. perfringens | C. welchii | C1 (cervical vertebra) | C1-C7 (cervical vertebrae) | C2 (cervical vertebra) | C3 (cervical vertebra) | C4 (cervical vertebra) | C5 (cervical vertebra) | C6 (cervical vertebra) | C7 (cervical vertebra) | Ca | CA | ca | CA 125 | CA 15-3 | CA 19-9 | CA 27-29 | Cabbage Soup Diet | CABG | Cachectic | Cachetic | Cachexia | CAD | CADASIL | Cadaver | Cadaver wart | Cadmium | Caduceus | Caecal | Caecum | Caenorhabditis elegans genome | Caesarian section | Caesarian section, lower segment | Caesarian section, vaginal birth after | Cafe au lait spot | Caffeine | Cage, rib | Cage, thoracic | Cain, mark of | Cal | Cal (Calorie) | Calabresi, Paul | Calamine | Calcaneal spur | Calcaneocuboid joint | Calcaneus | Calcific bursitis | Calcification | Calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral | Calcified granuloma | Calcimimetic | Calcinosis | Calcipotriene | Calcitonin | Calcitriol | Calcium | Calcium channel blocker | Calcium deficiency | Calcium excess | Calculi | Calculi, renal | Calculus | Calculus, renal | Calefacient | Calf | Calf bone | Caliciviridae | Calicivirus | Calipers | Calipers, skin | CALLA | Callosity | Callus | Calor | Calor, dolor, rubor, and tumor | Calorie | Camelpox | Camisole | cAMP-dependent protein kinase | Camphechlor | Campion, Thomas | Campylobacter jejuni | Campylobacteriosis | Canavan disease | Cancer | Cancer anorexia | Cancer antigen 125 | Cancer care | Cancer causes | Cancer cluster | Cancer detection | Cancer Institute, National | Cancer of the appendix | Cancer of the cervix | Cancer of the clitoris | Cancer of the labia | Cancer of the pancreas | Cancer of the rectum | Cancer of the tongue | Cancer of the vulva | Cancer registry | Cancer survivor | Cancer symptoms | Cancer, adult primary liver | Cancer, basal cell | Cancer, bile duct | Cancer, bladder | Cancer, bone | Cancer, brain | Cancer, breast | Cancer, breast, familial | Cancer, breast, susceptibility genes | Cancer, cervical | Cancer, cervix | Cancer, colon | Cancer, endometrial | Cancer, esophageal | Cancer, esophagus | Cancer, gastric | Cancer, Hodgkin disease (adult) | Cancer, islet cell | Cancer, kidney | Cancer, larynx | Cancer, leukemia | Cancer, lung | Cancer, lymphoma, Hodgkin (adult) | Cancer, lymphoma, non-Hodgkin | Cancer, male breast | Cancer, malignant melanoma | Cancer, melanoma | Cancer, multiple myeloma | Cancer, myeloma | Cancer, non-small cell lung | Cancer, oat cell | Cancer, oral | Cancer, ovarian | Cancer, ovary | Cancer, pancreas | Cancer, pancreatic | Cancer, papillary | Cancer, penis | Cancer, rectal | Cancer, skin | Cancer, small cell lung | Cancer, stomach | Cancer, testicles | Cancer, testicular | Cancer, thyroid | Cancer, uterine | Cancer, uterus | Cancer, womb | Candida albicans | Candidate gene | Candidemia | Candidiasis | Candidiasis, invasive | Candidiasis, oral | Canine genome | Canine heartworm | Canker sore | Cannabinoid | Cannabinoid receptor 1 | Cannabinoid receptor 2 | Cannabis | Cannonball pulse | Cannula | CAPD | Capillaries | Capillary | Capillary morphogenesis gene 2 | Capitation | caps | Capsaicin | Capsid | Capsule | Capsule of Glisson | Capsulitis | Captioning | Car booster seat | Carb | Carbo-loading | Carbohydrate | Carbohydrate intake, infant | Carbohydrates | Carbolic acid | Carbon dioxide | Carbon dioxide content | Carbon monoxide hemoglobin | Carbon monoxide on houseboats | Carbon monoxide poisoning | Carbonmonoxyhemoglobin | Carboxyhemoglobin | Carboxyhemoglobinemia | Carbuncles | Carcinoembryonic antigen | Carcinogen | Carcinogenic | Carcinoid syndrome | Carcinoid tumor | Carcinoma | Carcinoma in situ | Carcinoma in situ, squamous cell | Carcinoma of the breast, infiltrating ductal | Carcinoma of the breast, infiltrating lobular | Carcinoma of the tongue | Carcinoma, ampullary | Carcinoma, basal cell | Carcinoma, hepatocellular | Carcinoma, islet cell | Carcinoma, Merkel cell | Carcinoma, pancreatic | CARDIA Study | Cardiac | Cardiac aneurysm | Cardiac arrest | Cardiac conduction system | Cardiac defibrillator, implantable | Cardiac index | Cardiac insufficiency | Cardiac muscle | Cardiac myocyte | Cardiac myxoma | Cardiac output | Cardiac rehabilitation | Cardiac septum | Cardiac stress testing, exercise | Cardiac tamponade | Cardiac transplant | Cardiac ventricle | Cardiac-limb syndrome | Cardio-cutaneous syndrome | Cardiologist | Cardiology | Cardiopathy | Cardioplegia | Cardiopulmonary | Cardiopulmonary bypass | Cardiopulmonary resuscitation | Cardiovascular | Cardiovascular disease | Cardiovascular syncope | Cardiovascular system | Cardioversion | Cardioverter | Carditis | Care proxy, health | Care, ambulatory | Care, critical | Care, hospice | Care, managed | Care, nail | Care, postoperative | Care, preoperative | Caries | Carminative | Carney complex | Carotene, beta | Carotenemia | Carotenoid | Carotid | Carotid artery | Carotid body | Carotid endarterectomy | Carotid stenosis | Carotid-artery stenosis | Carpal bone | Carpal tunnel release | Carpal tunnel syndrome | Carrier test | Cartilage | Cartilage hair hypoplasia syndrome | Casals-Ariet | Casals-Ariet, Jordi | Cascade | Case-fatality percentage | Case-fatality proportion | Case-to-infection proportion | Case-to-infection ratio | Casein | Caseous | Cashew allergy | Caspase 3 | Caspase-3 | Cassette | Cast | Casting, serial | Castleman disease | Castration | Cat cry syndrome | Cat eye syndrome | CAT scan | CAT scan, helical | CAT scan, spiral | Cat scratch disease | Cat scratch fever | Catabolism | Catalepsy | Catalysis | Catalyst | Catamenia | Cataplasm | Cataplexy | Cataract | Cataract surgery | Cataract with poikiloderma atrophicans | Cataract, nuclear | Cataract, primary | Cataract, secondary | Cataract, supranuclear | Catatonic | Catechol-O-methyltransferase | Catecholamine | Category 1 storm | Category 2 storm | Category 3 storm | Category 4 storm | Category 5 storm | Category five hurricane | Category four hurricane | Category one hurricane | Category three hurricane | Category two hurricane | Cathartic | Catheter | Catheter, central | Catheter, central venous | Catheter, Foley | Catheter, hemodialysis | Catheter, indwelling bladder | Catheter, pulmonary artery | Catheter, Swan-Ganz | Catheterization, venous | Cathexis | Cation | Cauda equina | Cauda equina syndrome | Caudad | Caudal | Caudal anesthesia | Caudal block | Caudal epidural anesthesia | Caudate nucleus | Caul | | Caulophyllum thalictroides | Causalgia | Causes of cancer | Cauterization | Caution codes, drug | Caveola | Cavernous hemangioma | Cavernous sinus | Cavernous sinus syndrome | Cavernous sinus thrombosis | Cavities | Cavity, abdominal | Cavy
Cb-Ce | CB1 | CB1 receptor | CB2 | CB2 receptor | CBC | CBER | CBT | CC chemokine receptor 5 | CCCR5 | CCD (Central core disease of muscle) | CCD (cleidocranial dysostosis) | CCHF | CCK | CCL5 | CCP | CCR5 | CD10 | CD4 | CD4 count, absolute | CD40 | CD8+ T cell | CD95 | CDC | CDHR | cDNA | CEA | CEA assay | Cecal | Cecal volvulus | Cecum | Celebrity diets | Celiac disease | Celiac disease, adult | Celiac sprue | Cell | Cell cloning | Cell cycle | Cell fusion | Cell lineage | Cell sorter, fluorescence-activated | Cell suicide | Cell therapy | Cell, alpha (pancreatic) | Cell, antigen-presenting | Cell, B | Cell, beta (pancreatic) | Cell, cone | Cell, delta (pancreatic) | Cell, fat | Cell, helper | Cell, plasma | Cell, rod | Cell, somatic | Cell, stem | Cell, T | Cell, T-4 | Cell, T-helper | Cell, totipotent | Cellophane maculopathy | Cells, germ | Cells, reproductive | Cellulite | Cellulitis | Cellulitus | Celsus | Cemento-ossifying fibroma | Centenarian | Center for Biologics Evaluation & Research | Center for Devices & Radiological Health | Center, trauma | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention | Centigrade | Centimeter (cm) | Centimorgan (cM) | Central | Central auditory processing disorder | Central catheter | Central core disease | Central core disease of muscle | Central fovea | Central line | Central nervous system (CNS) | Central nervous system, spongy degeneration of the | Central retinal artery | Central retinal vein | Central venous catheter | Central venous line | Central vision | Centrencephalic seizure | Centric-fusion translocation | Centromere | CEPH | Cephal- | Cephalgia | Cephalgia, histamine | Cephalic | Cephalic disorder | Cephalothoracic lipodystrophy | Cephaly | ceps | CEPT | Cerclage | Cercopithecine herpesvirus 1 | Cerebellar | Cerebellar ataxia with progressive dementia | Cerebellum | Cerebral | Cerebral amyloidosis and spongiform encephalopathy | Cerebral aneurysm | Cerebral arterial gas embolism (CAGE) | Cerebral calcification, nonarteriosclerotic | Cerebral cortex | Cerebral edema | Cerebral fornix | Cerebral hemispheres | Cerebral herniation | Cerebral palsy | Cerebral vascular | Cerebral vascular disease | Cerebral ventricle | Cerebritis | Cerebrohepatorenal syndrome | Cerebrospinal fluid | Cerebrovascular | Cerebrovascular accident | Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) prevention | Cerebrovascular disease | Cerebrovascular ferrocalcinosis | Cerebrum | Certified midwife | Certified nurse-midwife | Certified professional midwife | Ceruloplasmin deficiency | Cervical | Cervical cancer | Cervical cap | Cervical cerclage | Cervical disc | Cervical dysplasia | Cervical dystocia | Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia | Cervical kyphosis, postmenopausal | Cervical rib | Cervical vertebra, first | Cervical vertebra, second | Cervical vertebrae | Cervicectomy | Cervicitis | Cervix | Cervix, incompetent | Cesarian section | Cesarian section, lower segment (LSCS) | Cesarian section, vaginal birth after | Ceteris paribus
Cf-Ch | CF | CFS | CFTR | Chagas disease | Chain-termination codon | Chalazion | Chamber, anterior | Chamber, posterior | Chamomile | CHAMPUS | Chancre | Chancroid | Chandipura virus | Change of life | Change, single base | Channel, ion | Channelopathy | Chaperone | Chapped lips | Char syndrome | Charbon | Charcoal, activated | Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease | Charcot-Wilbrand syndrome | Chargaff ratios | Chargaff rule | Chargaff's rule | CHARGE association | CHARGE syndrome | Charles Bell | Charles D. Kelman | Charles Darwin | Charley horse | Chart, Snellen's | Chasing the dragon | CHD | Checkpoint | Cheek | Cheilitis | Cheiroarthropathy | CHEK2 | Chekhov | Chekhov, Anton | Chemical menopause | Chemical reaction | Chemical terrorism | Chemo | Chemo-brain | Chemo-fog | Chemobrain | Chemoembolization | Chemofog | Chemokine | Chemokine receptor | Chemokinesis | Chemoprevention | Chemoprophylaxis | Chemoradiotherapy | Chemosense | Chemosensory | Chemosis | Chemotherapy | Chemotherapy, adjuvant | Chemotherapy, topical | Chemotherapy-related cognitive dysfunction | Chen, Zhong Wei | Cherubism | Chest | Chest film | Chest pain | Chest X-ray | Chewing tobacco | CHF | Chicken genome | Chicken pox | Chicken soup | Chickenpox | Chickenpox immunization | Chickenpox rash | Chikungunya | Chilblain | Child abuse | Child abuse, emotional | Child abuse, physical | Child abuse, psychological | Child abuse, sexual | Child abuse, verbal | Child development test | Child health | Child Health and . . . (NICHD) | Child injury, mental | Child neglect | Child urine infection | Childbed fever | Childbirth assistant | Childbirth fever | Childhood | Childhood ataxia with CNS hypomyelinization | Childhood liver cancer | Childhood translocation 11 leukemia | Children of the dark | Children of the night | Children's immunizations | Chimera | Chimeraplasty | Chin | Chinese medicine | Chinese restaurant syndrome | Chiron | Chiropractic | Chiropractor | Chlamydia | Chlamydia trachomatis | Chloral hydrate | Chloride | Chlorinated camphene | Chloroacetophenone | Chlorobenzylidenemalononitrile | Chloroform | Chloropicrin | Chloroprene | Chlorpyrifos | Chlortetracycline | Choana | Choanae | Choanal | Choanal atresia | Choanal stenosis | Chocolate | Choking (object in airway) | Choking in children | Cholangi- | Cholangiogram | Cholangiogram, intravenous | Cholangiogram, IV | Cholangiography | Cholangiography, percutaneous transhepatic | cholangiopancreatography, endoscopic retrograde | Cholangitis | Cholangitis, primary sclerosing | Cholangitis, sclerosing | Cholecalciferol | Cholecyst | Cholecystectomy | Cholecystitis | Cholecystogram, oral | Cholecystokinin | Cholelithiasis | Cholera | Cholera genome | Cholescintigraphy | Cholestasis with peripheral pulmonary stenosis | Cholesterol | Cholesterol ester transfer protein | Cholesterol guidelines | Cholesterol lowering with fibrate | Cholesterol lowering with niacin | Cholesterol, | Cholesterol, "good" | Cholesterol, HDL | Cholesterol, LDL | Cholesteryl ester transfer protein | Cholestin | Chondrocalcinosis | Chondrodysplasia, metaphyseal (McKusick type) | Chondrodystrophic myotonia | Chondrogenesis imperfecta | Chondroitin sulfate | Chondromalacia | Chondromalacia patellae | Chondroplasia | Chondrosarcoma | Chorda tympani | Chordae tendineae | Chordoma | Chorea | Chorea, senile | Chorea, Sydenham's | Chorioamnionitis | Chorioangioma, placental | Choriocarcinoma | Chorion | Chorionic gonadotropin, human | Chorionic villus sampling | Choroid | Choroidal melanoma | Choroiditis | Christian Boehmer Anfinsen, Jr. | Chromaesthesia | Chromatids | Chromatin | Chromatin modeling | Chromatin modelling | Chromatin remodeling | Chromatin remodelling | Chromatography, gas (GC) | Chromesthesia | Chromosome | Chromosome 1 | Chromosome 11 childhood leukemia | Chromosome 2 | Chromosome 3 | Chromosome 4p- syndrome | Chromosome 5q- syndrome | Chromosome band | Chromosome banding | Chromosome complement | Chromosome disorder | Chromosome duplication | Chromosome inversion | Chromosome inversion, paracentric | Chromosome inversion, pericentric | Chromosome map | Chromosome, acentric | Chromosome, acrocentric | Chromosome, dicentric | Chromosome, marker | Chromosome, metaphase | Chromosome, X | Chromosome, Y | Chromosomes | Chromosomes in multiple miscarriages | Chronic | Chronic arthritis, systemic-onset juvenile | Chronic bronchitis | Chronic daily headache | Chronic disease | Chronic fatigue syndrome | Chronic granulocytic leukemia | Chronic illness | Chronic insomnia | Chronic kidney failure | Chronic leukemia | Chronic lymphocytic leukemia | Chronic myelocytic leukemia | Chronic myelogenous leukemia | Chronic myelogenous leukemia, juvenile | Chronic myeloid leukemia | Chronic obstructive lung disease (COLD) | Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease, Global Initiativ | Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease | Chronic otitis externa | Chronic pain | Chronic pancreatitis | Chronic phase | Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia | Chronic renal failure | Chronic tamponade | Chronic wasting disease | Chronicity | Churg-Strauss syndrome | Chyle | Chylomicron | Chyme
Ci-Cl | Ci (Curie) | CIC | cidal | cide | Cider vinegar diet | Cigar | Ciguatera | Ciguatoxin | Cilia | Ciliary body | Ciliary body melanoma | Ciliary muscle | Ciliary neuralgia | Cilium | Cinacalcet | Circadian | Circinate balanitis | Circle of Willis | Circular breathing | Circulation | Circulation, fetal | Circulatory | Circulatory system | Circum- | Circumcision | Circumflex | Circumjacent | Cirrhosis | Cirrhosis and gray matter degeneration | CISM | Cisplatin | Citrovorum factor | Citrulline | Citrulline antibody | Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniform | CK | Cl (chloride) | CLA | Clade | Clamydia | Clap | Clark level of invasion | Clasped thumbs and mental retardation | Classic typhus | Classification of diseases | Claudication | Claudication, intermittent | Claudication, venous | Clavicle | Clavus | (E1)(L1) http://www.medterms.com/script/main/alphaidx.asp?p=c_dict
| Cleft lip | Cleft palate | Cleft palate prosthesis | Cleft uvula | Cleidocranial dysostosis | Cleidocranial dysplasia | Click-murmur syndrome | Climacteric | Clinical | Clinical cytogenetics | Clinical depression | Clinical disease | Clinical investigator | Clinical psychology | Clinical Research Center | Clinical research trials | Clinical social worker, licensed | Clinical trial | Clinical trials | Clinodactyly | CLIP | Clip | Clitoral | Clitoral amputation | Clitoral cancer | Clitorectomy | Clitoridectomy | Clitoris | CLL | Cloaca | Cloacal exstrophy | Clone | Clone bank | Clones, recombinant | Clonic seizure | Cloning | Cloning vector | Cloning, cell | Cloning, DNA | Cloning, therapeutic | Clonote | Clostridium | Clostridium botulinum | Clostridium difficile | Clostridium perfringens | Clostridium welchii | Clot, blood | Clot-dissolving medication | Clotbuster | Club drug | Clubfoot | Cluster | Cluster headache
Cm-Co | cM | cm (centimeter) | CM (coccidioidomycosis) | CMG2 | CML | CML, juvenile | CMT | CMV (cytomegalovirus) | CNM | CNP | CNPs | CNR1 | CNR2 | CNS (central nervous system) | CNS prophylaxis | Co-morbid | Co-payment | Co-stimulation | Coagulation | Coagulation, laser | Coal miner's pneumoconiosis | Coarctation | Coarctation of the aorta | Coated stent | Cobalamin | Cocaine | Cocci | Coccidioidomycosis (CM) | Coccus | Coccydynia | Coccygeal | Coccygeal vertebrae | Coccyx | Coccyx bone | Cochlea | Cochleae | Cochlear | Cochlear implant | Cockayne syndrome | Cockle | Cockles of the heart | Cockroach allergy | Cod liver oil | Code | Code black | Code blue | Code, emergency | Code, hospital | Codes, drug caution | Coding DNA | Codon | Coefficient of inbreeding | Coenzyme | Coenzyme Q10 | Coeval | Coffin-Lowry syndrome | Cogan corneal dystrophy | Cogan syndrome | Cognition | Cognitive | Cognitive behavior therapy | Cognitive dysfunction, chemotherapy-related | Cognitive science | Cognitive therapy | Cognitive-behavioral therapy | Cohort | Cohort study | Coinsurance | Coitus | Coitus interruptus | Coke | COL2A1 | COL4A5 | Colchicine | COLD (chronic obstructive lung disease) | Cold injury | Cold sore | Cold, common | Cold, June | Cold, summer | Colectomy | Colic | Colinear | Colinearity | Colitis | Colitis, amebic | Colitis, Crohn's | Colitis, granulomatous | Colitis, mucus | Colitis, pseudomembranous | Colitis, spastic | Colitis, ulcerative | Colitis, universal | Collagen | Collagen disease | Collagen injection | Collagen IV alpha 5 | Collagen, type IV, alpha 5 | Collagenopathy | Collapsed lung | Collapsing pulse | Collarbone | Collateral | Collateral knee ligament, lateral | Collateral knee ligament, medial | Coloboma | Colography, computed tomography | Colon | Colon cancer | Colon cancer and polyps | Colon cancer family history | Colon cancer risk | Colon cancer, family history of | Colon polyp | Colon polyp family history | Colon syndrome, nervous | Colonic | Colonic (adjective) | Colonic (noun) | Colonic adenoma family history | Colonoscope | Colonoscopy | Colonoscopy, virtual | Colony-stimulating factor | Color hearing | Color, eye | Color, skin | Colorblindness | Colorblindness, red-green | Colorectal | Colorectal adenoma and carcinoma 1 | Colorectal adenoma family history | Colorectal adenomatous polyposis, recessive | Colorectal cancer | Colorectal cancer family history | Colorectal cancer risk | Colorectal polyp | Colorectal surgeon | Coloscopy | Colostomy | Colostomy bag | Colostomy, a patient's perspective | Colostomy, iliac | Colostomy, transverse | Colostrum | Colpo- | Colpocephaly | Colpopexy | Colpoptosis | Colporrhaphy | Colposcope | Colposcopy | Colpotomy | Coma | Coma, diabetic | Combined oral contraceptive | Comedo | Comedones | Commensal | Common acute lymphocytic leukemia antigen | Common bile duct | Common cold | Common hepatic duct | Common migraine | Commotio cordis | Community-acquired infection | Comorbidity | Compartment syndrome | Compassionate use | Complement system | Complementary DNA | Complementary medicine | Complementary sequence | Complete androgen insensitivity syndrome | Complete blood count | Complete hysterectomy | Complete syndactyly | Completely-in-the-canal hearing aid | Complex partial seizure | Complicated grief | Complication | Complications, postoperative | Compound 118 | Compound heterozygote | Compound microscope | Compress | Compression | Compression, biliary | Compression, nerve | Compulsive shopping | Computed tomography | Computed tomography colography | Computer addiction | Computerized axial tomography (CAT) | Computerized axial tomography scan | Computerized tomography | COMT | Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur | Concatemer | Concatenate | Conception | Concordance | Concordant | Concordant couple | Concussion | Concussion of the brain | Condition | Condition, Sever | Conditioning | Conditioning, Pavlovian | Condom | Condom, female | Condom, male | Conduction system, cardiac | Condyloma | Condyloma acuminatum | Condyloma latum | Condyloma subcutaneum | Cone | Cone dystrophy | Cone snail | Conformal radiation therapy | Conformational radiation therapy | Congenital | Congenital achromatopsia, | Congenital anemia | Congenital anemia and triphalangeal thumbs | Congenital anemia with spinocerebellar ataxia | Congenital anomaly | Congenital arthrogryposis | Congenital brevicollis | Congenital central hypoventilation syndrome | Congenital cervicothoracic vertebrae synostosis | Congenital clasped thumb with mental retardation | Congenital deafness | Congenital deafness and retinitis pigmentosa | Congenital defect | Congenital heart disease | Congenital hemolytic jaundice | Congenital hip dislocation | Congenital hypothyroidism | Congenital lymphedema | Congenital malformation | Congenital neutropenia, severe (SCN) | Congenital osseus-torticollis syndrome | Congenital ptosis of the eyelids | Congenital retraction syndrome | Congenital rubella syndrome | Congenital stationary night blindness | Congenital synostosis of cervicothoracic vertebrae | Congenital torticollis | Congenital vaccinia | Congenital webbed neck syndrome | Congestive heart failure | Conization | Conjoined twin | Conjoined twins | Conjugated linoleic acid | Conjunctiva | Conjunctival | Conjunctival fornix | Conjunctival melanoma | Conjunctivitis | Conjunctivitis, allergic | Conn syndrome | Connectionism | Connective tissue | Connective tissue disease | Connective tissue disease, heritable | Connexin | Connexin 26 | Connexon | Conor and Bruch disease | Conotoxin | Consanguinity | Conservative mutation | Conserved sequence | Consolidation therapy | Constipation | Constitutional thrombopathy | Constraint-induced movement therapy | Constrictive pericarditis | Consultant | Consumption | Contact dermatitis | Contact dermatitis, allergic | Contact eczema | Contact eczema, allergic | Contact healing | Contig | Contig map | Contiguous gene syndrome | Continuous passive motion machine | Continuous positive airway pressure | Contraception, emergency | Contraceptive device, intrauterine (IUD) | Contraceptive sponge, vaginal | Contraceptive, combined oral | Contraceptive, diaphragm | Contraceptive, implantable progestin | Contraceptive, injectable progestin | Contraceptive, minipill | Contraceptive, pill | Contraction | Contraction, premature | Contraction, uterine | Contractions, Braxton Hicks | Contraindicate | Contraindication | Contralateral | Contrast | Contrast media | Contrast nephropathy | Contrast sensitivity, visual | Control (genetic) | Control (research) | Contusion | Conventional medicine | Convulsion | COPD | Coprolalia | Coprolith | Copy number polymorphism | CoQ10 | Cor | Cor biloculare | Cor pulmonale | Cord | Cord, spinal | Cord, umbilical | Cord, vocal | Cordectomy | Corn | Cornea | Corneal | Corneal abrasion | Corneal dystrophy | Corneal dystrophy, Cogan | Corneal dystrophy, epithelial basement | Corneal dystrophy, Fuchs endothelial | Corneal dystrophy, lattice | Corneal dystrophy, map-dot-fingerprint type | Corneal dystrophy, microcystic | Corneal ring, intrastromal | Corneal topography | Corneal transplant | Cornelia de Lange syndrome | Corns | Coronal | Coronary angiography | Coronary arteries | Coronary artery brachytherapy | Coronary artery bypass graft | Coronary artery disease | Coronary artery spasm | Coronary bypass | Coronary insufficiency | Coronavirus | Corpora cavernosa | Corporeal | Corpse | Corpus | Corpus amygdaloideum | Corpus callosotomy | Corpus callosum, agenesis of the | Corpus luteum cyst | Corrigan pulse | Cortex | Cortex, adrenal | Cortical | Cortical blindness | Corticosteroid | Corticosteroid allergy | Corticotropin-releasing hormone | Cortisol | Cortisone | Coryza | Cosmeceutical | Cosmid | Costal margin | Costochondritis | Cotinine | | Cough | Cough suppressant | Coughing syncope | Coumadin, teratogenicity of | Counseling, genetic | Counselor, genetic | Count, absolute CD4 | Count, platelet | Counter, Geiger | Counterpulsation | Courier | Cousin marriage | Cow genome | Cow milk allergy | Cowper's gland | Cowpox | Cox-1 | Cox-1 inhibitor | Cox-2 | Cox-2 inhibitor | Coxa valga | Coxa vara | Coxsackie virus | Coxsackievirus
Cp-Cr | CPAP | CPEO | CPEO with ragged-red fibers | CpG | CpG island | CPM machine | CPP32 | CPR | Crabs | CRAC1 | Crack (drug) | Cracked tooth syndrome | Cradle cam | Cradle cap | Cradle-cam | Cradlecam | Cradlecam | Cramp, writer's | Cramping leg pain | Cramps, heat | Cramps, menstrual | Cranial | Cranial arteritis | Cranial bone | Cranial dystonia | Cranial nerve I | Cranial nerve II | Cranial nerve III | Cranial nerve IV | Cranial nerve IX | Cranial nerve V | Cranial nerve VI | Cranial nerve VII | Cranial nerve VIII | Cranial nerve X | Cranial nerve XI | Cranial nerve XII | Cranial nerve, eighth | Cranial nerve, eleventh | Cranial nerve, fifth | Cranial nerve, first | Cranial nerve, fourth | Cranial nerve, ninth | Cranial nerve, second | Cranial nerve, seventh | Cranial nerve, sixth | Cranial nerve, tenth | Cranial nerve, third | Cranial nerve, twelfth | Cranial nerves | Cranio- | Craniocleidodysostosis | Craniology | Craniometaphyseal dysplasia | Craniopagus | Craniopagus parasiticus | Craniopharyngioma | Craniosynostosis | Craniotomy | Cranium | Crapulence | Crapulent | CRC | Cream | Crease, single transverse palmar | Creatine | Creatinine | Creatinine clearance test | Crepitus | CREST syndrome | Cretinism | Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) | Crib death | Crick | Crick, Francis | Crick-Brenner experiment | Crime scene investigation | Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever | Cripple | Crippled | Crisis, midlife | Critical care | Critical incident stress management | Crocodile tears syndrome | Crohn colitis | Crohn enteris | Crohn enterocolitis | Crohn ileitis | Crohn ileocolitis | Crohn's disease | Cross training | Cross-section | Cross-sectional study | Cross-species transplantation | Crossed embolism | Crossing over | Crossover study | Crotch | Croup | Crown | CRP | Cruciate | Cruciate ligament, anterior | Cruciate ligament, posterior | Crutch | Cry for help | Cryo-electron microscopy | Cryo-EM | Cryocardioplegia | Cryoelectron microscopy | Cryoglobulin | Cryoglobulinemia | Cryopreservation | Cryoprobe | Cryoprotectant | Cryostat | Cryosurgery | Cryotherapy | Crypt | Cryptic | Cryptitis | Crypto | Cryptography | Cryptorchidism | Cryptosporidiosis | Cryptosporidium | Cryptosporidium enteritis | Cryptosporidium parvum
Cs-Cu | CSF | CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) | CSF (colony-stimulating factor) | CST3 | CT | CT cell | CT colography | CT colonography | CT scan | CT, electron beam | CT, Ultrafast | CTL | CTS | Cubital | Cubital tunnel | Cubital tunnel syndrome | Cubitus | Cubitus valgus | Cubitus varus | Cuboid bone | Cul-de-sac | Culdocentesis | Culdoscope | Culdoscopy | Culture | Cup, optic | Cupping | Curable | Curare | Curcumin | Cure | Curettage | Curette | Curettement | Curie (Ci) | Currarino syndrome | Curse, Ondine's | Cushing syndrome | Cushing's ulcer | Cushing, Harvey | Cushingoid | Cusp | Cut | Cutaneous | Cutaneous allodynia | Cutaneous papilloma | Cutaneous syndactyly | Cutis | Cutis anserina | Cutis laxa | Cuts | Cutting for the stone
Cv-Cz | CVA | CVC | CVS | CWD | CXCR4 | Cyanide | Cyanogen chloride | Cyanosis | Cyanotic | Cycle, cell | Cycle, menstrual | Cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase | Cyclic citrullinated peptide | Cyclic citrullinated peptide antibody | Cyclic vomiting syndrome | Cyclin | Cyclin D | Cyclin E | Cyclobutanone | Cyclooxygenase | Cyclooxygenase inhibitor | Cyclooxygenase-1 | Cyclooxygenase-1 inhibitor | Cyclooxygenase-2 | Cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitor | Cyclopia | Cyclops | Cyclospora infection | Cyclosporiasis | Cyclothymia | Cylindroma | Cylindromatosis, familial | Cymbalta | Cys | Cys-Cys | Cyst | Cyst of the ovary, follicular | Cyst, Baker | Cyst, Meibomian | Cyst, ovarian | Cyst, pilonidal | Cyst, sebaceous | Cyst, synovial, of the popliteal space | Cyst, tarsal | Cyst, thyroglossal | Cyst, thyrolingual | Cystadenoma | Cystatin 3 | Cystatin C | Cystectomy | Cysteine | Cystic acne | Cystic fibrosis | Cystic hernia | Cystic periventricular leukomalacia | Cysticerci | Cysticercosis | Cysticercus | Cystine | Cystine kidney stones | Cystine transport disease | Cystinosis | Cystinuria | Cystitis | Cystitis in children | Cystitis, interstitial (IC) | Cystocele | Cystoscope | Cystoscopy | Cysts | Cyt- | cyte | cyto (combining form) | Cyto- | Cytogenetic map | Cytogenetics | Cytogenetics, clinical | Cytokine | Cytokinesis | Cytology | Cytomegalovirus (CMV) | Cytometry, flow | Cytoplasm | Cytosine (C) | cytosis | Cytoskeleton | Cytotoxic | Cytotoxic T-lymphocyte


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Da-De | D & C | D (domain) | D (drug caution code) | D and C | d- | D-dimer | D-IBS | d-IBS | D.O. | Da Vinci, Leonardo | Dacry- | Dacryo- | Dacryoadenitis | Dacryocyst | Dacryocystorhinostomy | Dactyl-, -dactyl | Dactyledema | Dactylitis | Daily Prayer of a Physician | Daily Value | Daltonism | Dancing mania of Maracaibo | Dander | Danders | Dandruff | Dandy fever | Danlos syndrome | Dannie Abse | Danon disease | Darier disease | Dark adaptometry | Darwin, Charles | DASH diet | Data | Date rape | Date, expiration | Daughter | David-Stickler syndrome | daw | Day sight | DBT | DCIS | DDH (developmental dislocation of the hip) | de Lange syndrome | de Musset sign | De Quervain's tenosynovitis | DEA | Deafness | Deafness and Communication Disorders, Institute | Deafness and keratopachydermia | Deafness with goiter | Deafness, acquired | Deafness, age-related | Deafness, congenital | Deafness, nonsyndromic | Deafness-ichthyosis-keratitis syndrome | Death | Death rate | Death rate, infant | Death, black | DEB (dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa) | Debilitate | Debride | Debridement | Debris flow injury | Debulk | Decease | Decompress | Decompression | Decompression, biliary | Decongestant | Decortication | Decubitus | Decubitus ulcer | Deep | Deep vein thrombosis | Deer mouse | Deerfly fever | Defecation syncope | Defect, atrial septal (ASD) | Defect, enzyme | Defect, neural tube | Defect, ventricular septal (VSD) | Defensin | Defensive medicine | Defibrillation | Defibrillator | Defibrillator storm | Defibrillator, automated external | Defibrillator, implantable cardiac | Deficiency, adenosine deaminase (ADA) | Deficiency, alpha-1 antitrypsin | Deficiency, alpha-galactosidase A | Deficiency, ankyrin | Deficiency, calcium | Deficiency, ceruloplasmin | Deficiency, FALDH | Deficiency, FAO | Deficiency, fatty alcohol: NAD+ oxidoreductase | Deficiency, fatty aldehyde dehydrogenase | Deficiency, GALT | Deficiency, glucocerebrosidase | Deficiency, glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase | Deficiency, hex-A | Deficiency, hexosaminidase A | Deficiency, iron | Deficiency, lactase | Deficiency, LCHAD | Deficiency, magnesium | Deficiency, niacin | Deficiency, phenylalanine hydroxylase | Deficiency, protein C | Deficiency, selenium | Deficiency, sphingomyelinase | Deficiency, UDP-glucuronosyltransferase | Deficiency, UROD | Deficiency, uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase | Deficiency, vitamin K | Deficiency, zinc | Deformation | | Deformity, Klippel-Feil | Degeneration, macular | Degenerative arthritis | Degenerative joint disease | Deglutition | Dehisce | DEHP | Dehydration | Dehydroepiandrosterone | Deinococcus radiodurans | Deja vu | Dejerine-Klumpke palsy | Dejerine-Klumpke paralysis | Delay, developmental | Deletion | | Delivery, breech | Delivery, footling | Delivery, vertex | della Robbia | Delta cell, pancreatic | Delta-storage pool disease | Deltoid | Delusion | Delusional jealousy | Delusional parasitosis | Demarcation | Dementia | Dementia complex, AIDS | Dementia, hereditary multi-infarct | Dementia, MELAS | Dementia, multi-infarct | Dementia, vascular | Demulcent | Demyelination | Dendrite | Dendritic | Dendritic cell | Denervate | Denervation | Dengue | Dengue fever | Dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) | Dengue shock syndrome | Dental and Craniofacial Research, National Inst. | Dental Association, American (ADA) | Dental braces (orthodontics) | Dental drill | Dental impaction | Dental pain (toothache) | Dentin | Denture | Denver Developmental Screening Test | Deoxyhemoglobin | Deoxyribonucleic acid | Department of Energy (DOE). | Department of Health and Human Services | Depigmentation | Depo-Provera contraceptive | Depression | Depression, agitated | Depression, bipolar | Depression, dysthymia | Depression, major | Depression, winter | Dercum disease | Dermabrasion | Dermal | dermal | Dermatan sulfate | Dermatitis | Dermatitis and diarrhea, zinc deficiency | Dermatitis, atopic | Dermatitis, stasis | Dermatofibroma | Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans | Dermatoglyphic | Dermatoglyphics | Dermatographism | Dermatologic | Dermatologist | Dermatology | Dermatome | Dermatomyositis | Dermatopathy | Dermatophytic onychomycosis | Dermatoscopy | Dermicidin | Dermis | Dermoid | Dermoid cyst of the ovary | Dermopathy | Dermopathy, diabetic | DES | Descending aorta | Descending pathway | Desensitization, allergy | Desert fever | Desiccate | Designer estrogen | Designer steroid | Desmoid tumor | Desmoplasia | Desmoplastic | Desmoplastic reaction | Desquamate | Desquamation | Detox | Detoxify | Deuteranomaly | Deuteranopia | Deuterium | Development | Development, Human, . . . (NICHD) | Developmental delay | Developmental dislocation of the hip (DDH) | Developmental disorder | Developmental disorder, specific | Developmental dyspraxia | Deviation of the nasal septum | Device, assistive | Device, medical | DEXA | Dexfenfluramine | Dextro- | Dextrocardia | Dextromethorphan | Dextroposition | Dextroposition of the heart | Dextrose
Df-Dj | DFSP | DGS | DHA | DHEA | DHF (dengue hemorrhagic fever) | DHHS | DHRD | DHT | Di Bella cancer therapy | Di- | Dia- | Diabesity | Diabetes | Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) | Diabetes and fiber | Diabetes Association, American (ADA) | Diabetes insipidus | Diabetes mellitus | Diabetes skin condition | Diabetes, adult-onset | Diabetes, brittle | Diabetes, gestational | Diabetes, insulin-dependent | Diabetes, insulin-resistant | Diabetes, juvenile | Diabetes, juvenile-onset | Diabetes, ketosis-prone | Diabetes, labile | Diabetes, non-insulin-dependent | Diabetes, type 1 | Diabetes, type 2 | Diabetes, unstable | Diabetic air travel | Diabetic coma | Diabetic dermatology | Diabetic dermopathy | Diabetic eye disease | Diabetic ketoacidosis | Diabetic macular edema | Diabetic musculoskeletal disorder | Diabetic nephropathy | Diabetic neuropathy | Diabetic retinopathy | Diabetic shock | Diabetic skin disease | Diabetic spinal cord disease | Diabetic xanthoma | Diabulimia | Diachronic | Diachronic study | Diagnosis | Diagnosis, differential | Diagnosis, retrospective | Diagnostic mammogram | Dialectical behavioral therapy | Dialysis | Dialysis machine | Dialysis, peritoneal | Diaper rash | Diaper rash, yeast | Diaphragm (contraceptive) | Diaphragm (muscle) | Diaphragm pacing | Diaphragmatic hernia | Diaphragmatic pacing | Diarrhea | Diarrhea and dermatitis, zinc deficiency | Diarrhea, antibiotic-induced | Diarrhea, Brainerd | Diarrhea, E. coli hemorrhagic | Diarrhea, rotavirus | Diarrhea, traveler's | Diastole | Diastolic | Diastrophic dysplasia | Diathermy | Diathesis | Dibenzoxazepine | Dicentric chromosome | Dicysteine | Did not attend (DNA) | DIDMOAD | Dieldrin | Dieldrix | Diesel exhaust | Diesel exhaust particle | Diet, Atkins | Diet, DASH | Diet, Mediterranean | Diethylstilbestrol | Diff dx | Differential diagnosis | Differential white cell count | Differentiated cancer | Differentiation | Differentiation therapy | Difficult urination | Diffuse cutaneous mastocytosis | Diffuse degeneration of gray matter with cirrhosis | Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis | Diffuse mastocytosis | Diffuse toxic goiter | DiGeorge syndrome | Digestive a Kidney Dis, Nat'l Inst Diabetes and | Digestive system | Digit | Digit, supernumerary | Digital rectal exam | Dihydroorotate dehydrogenase | Dihydrotestosterone | Dihydroxyacetone | Dilatate | Dilatation | Dilatation and curettage | Dilate | Dilating | Dilation | Dilation, pupil | Dilation, pupil (test) | Dilator | Dinucleotide | Dioscorides | Dioxin | Dip, paraffin | Dip, wax | Dipeptide | Diphtheria | Diploe | Diploid | Diplopia | Diplopia, binocular | Diplopia, monocular | Dipper | Diprosopus | Dipsosis | Direct-entry midwife | Directed DNA sequencing | Directives, advance | Directives, advance medical | Dirofilaria immitis | Disc | Disc, cervical | Disc, optic | Disc, slipped | Discharge | Discharge, breast | Discharge, nipple | Discoid lupus | Discordance | Discordant | Discordant couple | Disease | Disease names | Disease nomenclature | Disease surveillance | Disease, acute respiratory | Disease, Addison | Disease, adult celiac | Disease, Alexander | Disease, Alpers | Disease, alveolar hydatid | Disease, Anderson-Fabry | Disease, autoimmune | Disease, Behcet's | Disease, Bernard-Soulier | Disease, Binswanger | Disease, bipolar | Disease, black lung | Disease, Bornholm | Disease, Bowen's | Disease, Bright's | Disease, Brill-Zinsser | Disease, Canavan | Disease, cardiovascular | Disease, Castleman | Disease, cat scratch | Disease, Chagas | Disease, Charcot-Marie-Tooth | Disease, chronic obstructive lung (COLD) | Disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary (COPD) | Disease, chronic wasting | Disease, clinical | Disease, congenital heart | Disease, Conor and Bruch | Disease, coronary artery | Disease, Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD) | Disease, Crohn | Disease, Cushing | Disease, cystine transport | Disease, degenerative joint | Disease, delta-storage pool | Disease, exaggerated startle | Disease, Fabry | Disease, Fahr | Disease, fifth | Disease, Fong | Disease, foot-and-mouth | Disease, Forestier | Disease, Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker | Disease, Gilbert | Disease, graft-versus-host | Disease, Graves | Disease, guinea worm | Disease, gum | Disease, hand-foot-and-mouth | Disease, Hansen | Disease, Heberden | Disease, hemolytic, of the newborn | Disease, Hirschsprung | Disease, His | Disease, His-Werner | Disease, Hodgkin (adult) | Disease, Hodgkin (Hodgkin lymphoma) | Disease, Huntington | Disease, hyaline membrane | Disease, hydroxyapatite crystal | Disease, inflammatory bowel | Disease, Jakob's | Disease, Jakob-Creutzfeldt | Disease, Kawasaki | Disease, Keshan | Disease, Kikuchi | Disease, Kimmelstiel-Wilson | Disease, kissing | Disease, Kok | Disease, Kostmann | Disease, Legg | Disease, Legg-Calve-Perthes | Disease, Legg-Perthes | Disease, Legionnaire | Disease, lipid storage | Disease, Lobstein's | Disease, Lou Gehrig | Disease, mad deer | Disease, manic-depressive | Disease, maple syrup urine | Disease, Marburg | Disease, Menetrier's | Disease, Meniere | Disease, Minamata | Disease, mitochondrial | Disease, mixed connective tissue | Disease, new variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob | Disease, Niemann-Pick | Disease, Norwalk | Disease, occupational | Disease, Osgood-Schlatter | Disease, Osler-Rendu-Weber | Disease, Paget | Disease, Parkinson | Disease, Parry's | Disease, Pelizaeus-Merzbacher | Disease, pelvic inflammatory (PID) | Disease, phytanic acid storage | Disease, Pick | Disease, Plummer's | Disease, polycystic kidney | Disease, polycystic ovarian | Disease, polycystic ovary | Disease, polygenic | Disease, pulseless | Disease, Quincke's | Disease, Ramsay Hunt | Disease, Raynaud | Disease, Refsum | Disease, Rendu-Osler-Weber | Disease, rheumatic heart | Disease, Ritter | Disease, rotator cuff | Disease, rotavirus | Disease, sickle cell | Disease, single gene | Disease, sixth | Disease, sleeping | Disease, startle | Disease, Stein-Leventhal | Disease, Still | Disease, subclinical | Disease, Takayasu | Disease, Tay-Sachs | Disease, Tsutsugamushi | Disease, variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob | Disease, von Recklinghausen | Disease, Vrolik's | Disease, Werner-His | Disease, Whipple | Disease, Whitmore's | Disease, Wilson | Disease-free survival | Diseases related to obesity | Diseases, Infectious, Nat'l Inst of Allergy & | Diseases, inherited metabolic | Diseases, Musculoskeletal, Nat'l Inst | Diseases, rickettsial | DISH | Disinsection | Disk, intervertebral | Dislocated shoulder | Dislocation of the radial head | Dislocation, congenital hip | Disorder, anxiety | Disorder, articulation | Disorder, attention deficit (ADD) | Disorder, autoimmune | Disorder, bipolar | Disorder, borderline personality | Disorder, central auditory processing | Disorder, cephalic | Disorder, mathematics | Disorder, orgasmic | Disorder, seasonal affective (SAD) | Disorder, social anxiety | Disorder, specific developmental | Disordered thinking | Disorders, lymphoproliferative | Disorders, myeloproliferative | Disruption sequence | Dissect | Dissecting aneurysm | Dissection | Dissection, aortic | Dissection, axillary | Dissection, neck | Dissection, radical neck | Disseminated sclerosis | Disseminated vaccinia | Dissociation | Distal | Distance healing | Distention | Distichiasis | Disto- | Diuresis | Diuretic | Diurnal | Diverticula | Diverticulitis | Diverticulitis, bleeding from | Diverticulitis, treatment of acute | Diverticulosis | Diverticulosis/diverticulitis and fiber | Diverticulum | Diverticulum, hypopharyngeal | Diverticulum, Meckel's | Diverticulum, pharyngoesophageal | Diverticulum, Zenker | Diving injury | Dizygotic twin | Dizziness | Dizziness, anxiety as a cause of | Dizziness, pre-syncopal
Dk-Do | DKK1 | DLI | DM | DM1 | DM2 | DMD (dystonia musculorum deformans) | DNA | DNA (did not attend) | DNA (figurative) | DNA amplification | DNA assembly | DNA cloning | DNA forensics | DNA molecules, recombinant | DNA polymerase | DNA repair | DNA repair gene | DNA repair gene, Med1 | DNA repair pathway | DNA replication | DNA sequence | DNA sequence, draft | DNA sequence, finished | DNA splicing, alternative | DNA technology, recombinant | DNA virus | DNA, coding | DNA, junk | DNA, mitochondrial | DNA, nongenetic | DNA, repetitive | DNA, satellite | DNR | DNS | Do not resuscitate order | DOB | Dobelle | Dobelle, William H. | DOC | Doc | Docosahexaenoic acid | Doctor | Doctor discontent | Doctor-assisted suicide | Doctors Without Borders | Doctors' symbol | DOE | Dog genome | Dog heartworm | Dol | Dolor | Domagk, Gerhard | Domain | Dominant | Dominant, autosomal | Donald Fredrickson | Donor | Donor insemination | Donor lymphocyte infusion | Donor, universal | Dopa | Dopa-responsive dystonia (DRD) | Dopamine | Doppler ultrasound | Dorian Gray effect | Dormant tuberculosis | Dorothy Hodgkin | Dorsal | Dorsum | Dose, absorbed | DOTS | Double contrast barium enema | Double helix | Double pneumonia | Double-blind | Double-blinded study | Double-jointed | Double-masked | Douche | Douching | Douglas, pouch of | Doula | Dowager's hump | Down syndrome | Down syndrome critical region | Down syndrome features | Down-regulation | Downregulation | Doxycycline | Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan | Doyne honeycomb retinal dystrophy
Dp-Dr | DPC4 | DPT | DPT immunization | DR syndrome | Dr. Andrew Weil | Dr. Joseph Moscati | Dracunculiasis | Draft DNA sequence | Drain | Drain, Jackson Pratt | Drain, Jackson-Pratt | Drain, JP | Drain, Penrose | DRE (digital rectal exam) | Dream, pre-sleep | Dreams | Dressler syndrome | Drill, dental | Drinox | Drip | Drop attack | Drop seizure | Dropsy | Drosophila | Drosophila genome | DRRS | Drug activity | Drug caution codes | Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) | Drug resistance | Drug test | Drug, ACE-inhibitor | Drug, anti-infective | Drug, antibiotic | Drug, antifungal | Drug, antihypertensive | Drug, antimicrobial | Drug, antiprotozoal | Drug, antithyroid | Drug, antiviral | Drug, generic | Drug, over-the-counter (OTC) | Drug, prescription | Drug, sulfa | Drug, tocolytic | Drug-induced liver disease | Drug-resistant tuberculosis | Drug-transporter gene | Drugs during pregnancy, dangerous | Drugs, anti-angiogenesis | Drugs, statin | Drugs, teratogenic | Drunkorexia | Drusen | DRVs (Daily Reference Values) | Dry eye | Dry mouth | Dry skin
Ds-Du | DSCR | DSM | DSM-IV | DSS1 | DT | DT immunization | DTaP | DTaP immunization | DTC | DTP | Dual energy X-ray absorptometry | Dual X-ray absorptometry | Duane and radial ray anomaly with deafness | Duane retraction syndrome | Duane syndrome | Duane-radial ray syndrome | Duchenne muscular dystrophy | Duchenne-Erb palsy | Duchenne-Erb paralysis | Duct | Duct of Bellini | Duct, ejaculatory | Duct, hepatic | Ductal carcinoma in situ | Ductal carcinoma of the breast, infiltrating | Ductular hypoplasia, syndromatic hepatic | Ductus | Ductus arteriosus | Ductus, patent | Due date | Duloxetine | Dumdum fever | Dummy | Dumping syndrome | Duodenal | Duodenal biliary drainage | Duodenal ulcer | Duodenitis | Duodenum | Duplication | Dupuytren contracture | Dupuytren, Guillaume | Dura | Dura mater | Durable power of attorney | Dural | Dural sac | Dursban | Dust mite | Dutch-Kentucky syndrome
Dv-Dz | DV | DVT (deep vein thrombosis) | Dwarf | Dwarfism | Dwarfism, achondroplastic | Dwarfism, pituitary | Dwarfism, thanatophoric | Dx | DX | DXA | DXA bone scan | DXM | Dyad | Dynacin | Dynein | DYS | Dys- | Dysarthria | Dyscalculia | Dyscrasia | Dysentery | Dysentery, amebic | Dysfunction | Dysfunction, erectile | Dysfunction, orgasmic | Dysgraphia | Dyshidrotic eczema | Dyskeratosis congenita | Dyskinesia | Dyslexia | Dyslipidemia | Dysmetabolic syndrome X | Dysmorphic feature | Dysmorphology | Dysmotility syndrome | Dysostosis, cleidocranial | Dyspareunia | Dyspepsia | Dyspeptic | Dysphagia | Dysphasia | Dysphonia | Dysphonia, spasmodic | Dysphonia, spastic | Dysphoria | Dysphoric mania | Dysplasia | Dysplasia, arteriohepatic | Dysplasia, bronchopulmonary | Dysplasia, cleidocranial | Dysplasia, congenital hip | Dysplasia, faciodigitogenital | Dysplasia, faciogenital | Dysplasia, thanatophoric | Dysplastic nevi | Dysplastic nevus | Dyspnea | Dyspnoea | Dyspraxia | Dyspraxia of speech | Dyspraxia, developmental | Dysthymia | Dystocia | Dystocia, cervical | Dystocia, fetal | Dystocia, placental | Dystocia, shoulder | Dystonia | Dystonia musculorum deformans (DMD) | Dystonia, cranial | Dystonia, dopa-responsive (DRD) | Dystonia, focal, due to blepharospasm | Dystonia, focal, due to torticollis | Dystonia, idiopathic torsion | Dystonia, laryngeal | Dystonia, oromandibular | Dystonia, Segawa | Dystonia, torsion | Dystonia, writer's cramp | Dystrophia brevicollis congenita | Dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa | Dystrophica myotonia | Dystrophica myotonia 2 | Dystrophy, autoimmune polyendocrinopathy | Dystrophy, cone | Dystrophy, corneal | Dystrophy, lattice | Dystrophy, muscular | Dystrophy, myotonic | Dysuria


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Ea-Ec | E. coli | E. coli hemorrhagic diarrhea | E. coli O157:H7 | E2F transcription factor 3 | E2F3 | Eagle syndrome | Ear | Ear bones | Ear canal, self-cleaning | Ear cleaning (by a doctor) | Ear cleaning (yourself) | Ear drum | Ear infection, middle (acute) | Ear piercing | Ear pit | Ear puncture | Ear ringing | Ear tag | Ear thermometer | Ear tubes | Ear wax | | Ear, external | Ear, foreign object in | Ear, inner | Ear, internal | Ear, low-set | Ear, malrotated | Ear, middle | Ear, outer | Ear, slanted | Earache | Eardrum | Earthquake supplies kit | Eastern equine encephalitis | Eat Right 4 Your Type Diet | EB (epidermolysis bullosa) | EBA (epidermolysis bullosa acquisita) | EBCT (electron beam computerized tomography) | EBM | Ebola virus | EBS (epidermolysis bullosa simplex) | EBV | EC | Ecchymosis | Ecchymotic | ECG | Echinacea | Echinococcosis | Echinococcus | Echocardiography | Echocardiography, stress | Echocardiography, transesophageal | Echolalia | Echopraxia | Echovirus | Eclampsia | Eclosion | ECMO | ECochG | ECoG | Ecogenetics | Economy class syndrome | ECST | Ecstasy | Ecstatic | ECT | Ectoderm | Ectodermal | Ectodermal dysplasia | Ectodermosis erosiva pluriorificialis | ectomy | Ectoparasite | Ectoparasitosis | Ectopia cordis | Ectopic | Ectopic pregnancy | Ectrodactyly | Ectromelia virus | Eczema | Eczema vaccinatum | Eczema, allergic contact | Eczema, contact | Eczema, dyshidrotic | Eczema, nummular | Eczema, seborrheic
Ed-El | Ed Lewis | EDC | Edema | Edema, hereditary angioneurotic | Edema, lymphatic | Edentulism | Edentulous | EDMD | EDS (excessive daytime sleepiness) | Edward B. Lewis | Edwards syndrome | EECP | EEE | EEG | EFEMP1 | Effacement | Effect, founder | Effective dose | Effects, fetal rubella | Efferent | Efferent nerve | Efferent vessel | Effusion | Effusion, pericardial | Effusion, pleural | EGD | EGF | EGFR | Egg | Egg sac | Ehlers-Danlos syndrome | Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type VIIC | Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, dermatosparaxis type | Ehrlich, Paul | Ehrlichiosis | Eicosanoid | Eicosapentaenoic acid | Eidetic | Eight-day measles | Eighth cranial nerve | Eileithyia | Ejaculate | Ejaculation | Ejaculatory duct | Ejection fraction | ELA2 | Elastase | Elastase 1 | Elastase 2 | Elastase inhibitor | Elastic fiber | Elasticin | Elastin | Elastin degrading enzyme | Elavil | Elbow | Elbow bursitis | Elbow bursitis, treatment of | Elbow dislocation | Elbow joint | Elbow pain | Elbow subluxation | Elbow, arthritis of the | Elbow, cellulitis of the | Elbow, golfer's | Elbow, tennis | Elbow, tip of the | ELBW | Elder abuse | Elective | Elective mutism | Elective surgery | Electro-oculography | Electrocardiogram | Electrocoagulation | Electrocoagulation | Electrocochleography | Electroconvulsive therapy | Electrodesiccation | Electroencephalogram | Electrogastrogram | Electrolarynx | Electrolysis | Electrolyte | Electromagnetic field therapy | Electromyogram | Electromyogram, surface | Electron beam computerized tomography (EBCT) | Electron microscope | Electron microscopy | Electronystagmogram | Electrophoresis | Electrophoretic | Electrophrenic respiration | Electrophysiologic | Electrophysiologic retinal testing | Electrophysiologic study of the heart | Electrophysiologic testing of the retina | Electrophysiology | Electroretinogram | Electroretinography | Electroshock therapy | Electrosurgery | Elephantiasis | Elevated hemidiaphragm | Eleventh cranial nerve | Elidel | ELISA | Elizabeth Blackwell | Elizabeth Kubler-Ross | Elizabeth Kubler-Ross | Elliptocytosis | Ellis-van Creveld syndrome
Em-En | EM (electron microscope) | Emboli | Embolism | Embolism, crossed | Embolism, paradoxical | Embolism, pulmonary | Embolization | Embolus | Embryo | Embryonal carcinoma | Embryonic hemoglobin | Emergency birth control | Emergency code | Emergency contraception | Emergency department | Emergency medical technician | Emergency physician | Emergency postcoital contraception | Emergency supplies kit | Emerging infectious disease | Emery-Dreifuss muscular dystrophy | Emesis | Emetic | EMG | EMG syndrome | EMG, surface | emia | Emotional child abuse | Emotional eating | Emphysema | Empiric risk | Empirical | Empirical midwife | Employment Retirement Income Security Act | Empyema | EMSY | EMT | Enanthem | Enate | Encapsulated | Encephalitis | Encephalitis, arboviral | Encephalitis, eastern equine | Encephalitis, flavivirus | Encephalitis, LAC | Encephalitis, LaCrosse | Encephalitis, Nipah virus | Encephalitis, Rasmussen | Encephalitis, St. Louis | Encephalitis, viral | Encephalitis, West Nile | Encephalomyelitis | Encephalopathic syndrome | Encephalopathy, mitochondrial (MELAS) | Enchondromatosis | Encopresis | End stage | End-of-life assistant | End-of-life companion | End-of-the-road disease | End-stage renal disease | Endarterectomy | Endemic | Endemic typhus | Endep | Endocannabinoid | Endocardial | Endocardium | Endocervical curettage | Endochondral bone | Endocrine | Endocrine gland | Endocrinology | Endocrinopathy | Endoderm | Endodermal | Endogenous | Endometrial ablation | Endometrial biopsy | Endometrial cancer | Endometrial hyperplasia | Endometrioid cyst | Endometrioma | Endometriosis | Endometriosis interna | Endometriosis uterina | Endometritis | Endometrium | Endonuclease | Endopeptidase | Endoplasmic reticulum | Endorectal MRI | Endorphin | Endoscope | Endoscopic gastrostomy, percutaneous (PEG) | Endoscopic papillotomy | Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography | Endoscopic sphincterotomy | Endoscopic ultrasound | Endoscopy | Endoscopy, upper | Endostatin | Endothelial | Endothelial progenitor cell | Endothelium | Endotherm | Endotracheal tube | Endourologist | Endovaginal ultrasound | Endovascular aneurysm repair | Enediyne | Enema, barium | Enervate | Enervation | Enfeeble | Engagement | ENGERIX-B | Engram | Enhanced external counterpulsation | Enkephalinase | Enophthalmos | Enoxaparin | ENT | ENT physician | Entamoeba histolytica | Enteral | Enteral nutrition | Enteric | Enteric-coated | Enteritis, Crohn | Enteritis, regional | Entero- | Enterobiasis | Enterocele | Enterococcus | Enterocolitis, Crohn | Enteropathy | Enteropathy, gluten | Enteropathy, protein-losing | Enteroplasty | Enteroscopy | Enterospasm | Enterostomal therapist | Enterostomy | Enterovirus | | Enucleation | Enuresis | Environment | Environmental medicine | Environmental Protection Agency | Environmental tobacco smoke | Environmental toxicology | Enzootic | Enzyme | Enzyme defect | Enzyme replacement | Enzyme, lysosomal | Enzyme, restriction | Enzyme, Warburg's yellow | Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) | Enzymes | Enzymes, yellow
Eo-Ep | EOG | EOS | Eosinophil | | Eosinophilic fasciitis (Shulman syndrome) | Eosinophilic leukocyte | Eosinophilic meningitis | EPA | Ependymoma | Ephedra | Ephelides | Ephelis | Epi- | Epicanthal fold | Epicardium | Epicondylitis | Epicondylitis, lateral | Epidemic | Epidemic hemorrhagic fever | Epidemic myalgia | Epidemic scorecard | Epidemic typhus | Epidemiologist | Epidemiology, classical | Epidemiology, clinical | Epidermal | Epidermal growth factor | Epidermal growth factor receptor | Epidermis | Epidermoid carcinoma | Epidermolysis bullosa | Epidermolysis bullosa acquisita | Epidermolysis bullosa simplex | Epididymis | Epididymitis | Epidural | Epidural anesthetic | Epidural hematoma | Epigastrium | Epigenetic | Epigenetics | Epiglottis | Epiglottitis, acute | Epilation | Epilepsy | Epilepsy, grand mal | Epilepsy, Jacksonian | Epilepsy, juvenile myoclonic | Epilepsy, partial | Epilepsy, petit mal | Epilepsy, temporal lobe | Epilepsy, temporal-lobe | Epinephrine | Epiphenomenon | Epiphysis | Epiretinal membrane | Episclera | Episcleritis | Episiotomy | Epispadias | Epistaxis | Epistaxis, treatment of | Epistemic | Epithelial | Epithelial basement corneal dystrophy | Epithelial carcinoma | Epithelium | Epitope | Epizootic | EPO (erythropoietin) | EPO test | Eponym | EPR | EPS | Epsom salt | Epstein-Barr virus | EPT
Eq-Es | Equol | ER | Erb palsy | Erb paralysis | Erb's palsy | ErbB | ErbB1 | ERCP | Erectile dysfunction | Erection, penile | ERG | Ergonomics | Ergot | Ergotism | ERISA | Erosion | Erotic jealousy syndrome | Erotomania | Error of the first kind | Error of the second kind | Error, alpha | Error, beta | Error, type I | Error, type II | Errors of metabolism, inborn | ERT (estrogen replacement therapy) | Eructation | Eruption, bather's | Eruptive xanthoma | Erythema | Erythema chronicum migrans | Erythema dose | Erythema infectiosum | Erythema multiforme | Erythema nodosum | Erythrasma | Erythrocyanosis | Erythrocyte | Erythrocyte membrane protein band 4.1 (EPB41) | Erythrodermic psoriasis | Erythroleukemia | Erythromycin | Erythroplakia | Erythropoietin (EPO) | Erythropoietin test | Erythroprosopalgia | Eschar | Escherichia coli | Eskalith | Esophageal | Esophageal acid infusion test | Esophageal cancer | Esophageal cancer with tylosis | Esophageal reflux | Esophageal speech | Esophageal stricture, acute | Esophageal stricture, chronic | Esophageal ulcer | Esophagectomy | Esophagitis | Esophagogastric tamponade | Esophagogastroduodenoscopy | Esophagoscopy | Esophagram | Esophagus | Esophagus cancer | Esotropia | ESR | ESRD | Essential | Essential fatty acid | Essential mixed cryoglobulinemia | Essential oil | Essential tremor | Essential vulvodynia | EST (expressed sequence tag) | Estimated date of confinement (EDC) | Estrogen | Estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) | Estrogen, designer | Estrogen-associated blood clots | Estrogen-associated hypercoagulability | Estrogen/progestin therapy | Estrogens | ESWL
Et-Ex | ET | Ethmoid | Ethmoid bone | Ethmoid sinus | Ethnography | Ethyl acrylate | Ethylene glycol poisoning | Ethylene oxide | Etiology | ETM1 | ETM2 | ETS | Etymology, medical | Eugenics | Eukaryote | Eukaryotic | Euphenics | Euphoria | Euploid | European typhus | EUS | Eustachian tube | Euthanasia | Euthanasia, active | Euthyroid | Evacuation supplies kit | EVAR | | Event, adverse | Evert | Evertor | Evidence based medicine | Evidence-based medicine | Evolution | Evolution, biologic | Evolutionarily conserved gene | Evolutionarily conserved sequence | Ewing sarcoma | Exacerbate | Exacerbation | Exaggerated startle disease | Examination, digital rectal (DRE) | Examination, postmortem | Exanthem | Exanthem subitum | Excess iron | Excess selenium | Excess, calcium | Excessive daytime sleepiness | Exchange, gas | Excimer laser | Excise | Excision | Excisional | Excisional biopsy | Exclamation point hair | Excrescence | Exemestane | Exercise cardiac stress testing | Exercise test | Exercise treadmill | Exercise treadmill test | Exercise, isometric | Exercise, isotonic | Exercise, passive | Exercise-induced asthma | Exercise-induced bronchospasm | Exfoliate | Exfoliation syndrome | Exhaustion, heat | Exhibitionism | EXIT | Exocrine | Exocrine gland | Exogenous | Exogenous DNA | Exomphalos-macroglossia-gigantism syndrome | Exon | Exonuclease | Exopeptidase | Exophthalmos | Exotropia | Expectorant | Expectoration | Expiration date | Explant | Explicit memory | Expressed sequence tag (EST) | Expression, gene | Expressivity | Expulsion, stage of | Exstrophy | Extended family | Extension | External ear | External fixation | External genitalia, female | External genitalia, male | External jugular vein | External radiation therapy | Extra systole | Extracellular | Extracolonic | Extracorporeal | Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation | Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy | Extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy | Extracranial | Extracranial hematoma | Extradural hematoma | Extrafallopian | Extrapulmonary tuberculosis | Extrapyramidal side effects | Extrapyramidal system | Extrasystole | Extrauterine | Extrauterine pregnancy | Extravasate | Extremely low birth weight (ELBW) baby | Extremity | Extremophile | Extrinsic | Extubate | Extubation | Exudate | Exudative angina
Ey-Ez | EYCL1 | EYCL2 | EYCL3 | Eye | Eye bank | Eye bleed | Eye cataract | Eye chart test | Eye chart, Snellen's | Eye color | Eye Institute, National | Eye Institute, National (NEI) | Eye melanoma | Eye pressure test | Eye retraction syndrome | Eye, absent | Eye, dry | Eye, lazy | Eye, no | Eye, small | Eyedrop test | Eyelash | Eyelid | Eyelid granulation | Eyelid myokymia | Eyelids, adult ptosis of the | Eyelids, congenital ptosis of the | Eyes, flashing lights in the | Eyes, glaucoma | Eyes, spots in front of the | Eyetooth


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Fa-Fa | F (coefficient of inbreeding) | F (symbol) | Fabricated illness by proxy | Fabry disease | Face, masklike | Facelift | Facelift surgery risks | Facial canal introitus | Facial muscle | Facial nerve | Facial nerve paralysis | Facies | Facio-auriculo-vertebral spectrum | Facioauriculovertebral sequence | Faciodigitogenital dysplasia | Faciogenital dysplasia | Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy | Factitious disease by proxy | Factitious disorder by proxy | Factor V | Factor V Leiden | Factor VIII | Factor X | Factor, colony-stimulating | Factor, rheumatoid | Facultative | Facultative heterochromatin | FAE (fetal alcohol effects) | Fahr syndrome | Fahrenheit | Failure to thrive (FTT) | Failure, adrenal | Failure, autonomic | Failure, heart | Failure, respiratory | Fainting (syncope) | Falciparum malaria | FALDH deficiency | Fallopian tube | False labor | False negative | False positive | False rib | False vocal cord | False vocal fold | Familial | Familial adenomatous coli, autosomal recessive | Familial adenomatous polyposis | Familial adenomatous polyps, autosomal recessive | Familial advanced sleep-phase syndrome (FASPS) | Familial ALS | Familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis | Familial breast cancer | Familial cancer | Familial colorectal cancer | Familial cylindromatosis | Familial dysautonomia | Familial hypercholesterolemia | Familial juvenile nephronophthisis (FJN) | Familial lung cancer | Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) | Familial mental retardation 1 | Familial mental retardation protein | Familial Parkinson disease type 1 | Familial Parkinson disease type 10 | Familial Parkinson disease type 11 | Familial Parkinson disease type 2 | Familial Parkinson disease type 3 | Familial Parkinson disease type 4 | Familial Parkinson disease type 5 | Familial Parkinson disease type 6 | Familial Parkinson disease type 7 | Familial Parkinson disease type 8 | Familial Parkinson disease type 9 | Familial polyposis | Familial polyposis of colon, autosomal recessive | Familial polyposis of entire GI tract | Familial primary pulmonary hypertension | Familial tremor | Family | Family history | Family history of colon cancer | Family history of colon polyps | Family history of colorectal cancer | Family medicine | Family physician | Family planning, natural | Family practice | Family therapy | Family, extended | Family, gene | Family, nuclear | Fanconi anemia | Fanconi pancytopenia | Fantod | FAO deficiency | FAP | Fari Amini | Fariborz Amini | Farsightedness | Fart | FAS | FAS diagnosis | FAS gene | Fascia | Fasciculation | Fasciitis | Fasciitis, eosinophilic (Shulman syndrome) | Fasciitis, plantar | Fascinoma | Fasciola hepatica | Fascioliasis | Fasciolopsiasis | Fasciolopsis | Fasciolopsis buski | Fasting blood glucose | Fat | Fat cell | Fat requirements, infant | Fat scales | Fat, brown | Fat, saturated | Fat, trans | Fat, unsaturated | Fatal familial insomnia | Father | Fatigue | Fats | Fatty acid | Fatty acid, trans | Fatty acids | Fatty acids,omega-3 | Fatty alcohol: NAD+ oxidoreductase deficiency | Fatty aldehyde dehydrogenase deficiency | Fatty liver of pregnancy, acute | Fauces | Fava bean | Favism
Fb-Fe | FBLN3 | FBLN5 | FBN1 | FCC | FDA | FDA recalls | Fear of age | Fear of animals | Fear of bacteria | Fear of bees | Fear of being buried alive | Fear of birds | Fear of blood | Fear of blushing | Fear of bridges | Fear of cats | Fear of children | Fear of closed spaces | Fear of cold | Fear of crossing bridges | Fear of crossing streets | Fear of demons | Fear of depths | Fear of dogs | Fear of drinking alcohol | Fear of dust | Fear of feces | Fear of flowers | Fear of flying | Fear of fur | Fear of ghosts | Fear of going to bed | Fear of having a malformed child | Fear of heat | Fear of heights | Fear of horses | Fear of insects | Fear of intercourse | Fear of joy | Fear of loneliness | Fear of marriage | Fear of men | Fear of mirrors | Fear of money | Fear of new things | Fear of nudity | Fear of oneself | Fear of pain | Fear of pleasure | Fear of public places | Fear of self | Fear of sexual intercourse | Fear of sharks | Fear of socializing | Fear of solitude | Fear of spiders | Fear of the dark | Fear of the number 13 | Fear of thunder | Fear of thunderstorms | Fear of travel | Fear of vomiting | Fear of water | Fear of women | Fear of work | Fear of worms (parasitic) | Febrile | Febrile herpes | Febrile seizure | Fecal | Fecal incontinence | Fecal occult blood test | Fecalith | Feces | Fecund | Fecundity | Federal Emergency Management Agency | Fee for service | Feed contaminant | Feedback | Feeding tube | Feeding, breast | Feet | Felty syndrome | Felty's syndrome | FEMA | Female | Female condom | Female external genitalia | Female genitalia | Female gonad | Female internal genitalia | Female organs of reproduction | Female orgasmic dysfunction | Female pelvis | Female urethral meatus | Female urethral opening | Femara | Femicide | Femoral | Femoral artery | Femoral head, avascular necrosis of the | Femoral vein | Femur | Fenestration | Fenfluramine | Ferritin | Ferrocalcinosis, cerebrovascular | Ferroniere | Fertile | Fertility | Fertility awareness | Fertilization | Fertilization, in vitro | FET1 | Fetal alcohol effects (FAE) | Fetal alcohol syndrome | Fetal alcohol syndrome diagnosis | Fetal circulation | Fetal distress | Fetal dystocia | Fetal fibronectin | Fetal infant | Fetal mortality rate | Fetal pleural effusion | Fetal rubella effects | Fetal surgery | Fetal vaccinia | Fetishism | Fetoprotein, alpha- (AFP) | Fetoscope | Fetoscopy | Fetus | FEV1 | Fever | Fever blister | Fever of Unknown Origin | Fever therapy | Fever with renal syndrome, hemorrhagic | Fever, breakbone | Fever, cat scratch | Fever, chikungunya | Fever, dandy | Fever, dengue | Fever, dengue hemorrhagic (DHF) | Fever, desert | Fever, dumdum | Fever, Ebola virus | Fever, epidemic hemorrhagic | Fever, familial Mediterranean (FMF) | Fever, five-day | Fever, hemorrhagic | Fever, jail | Fever, Lassa | Fever, Mediterranean | Fever, Meuse | Fever, Philippine hemorrhagic | Fever, Pontiac | Fever, puerperal | Fever, Q | Fever, quintan | Fever, relapsing | Fever, remittent | Fever, rheumatic | Fever, Rift Valley | Fever, Rocky Mountain spotted (RMSF) | Fever, scarlet | Fever, shin bone | Fever, Southeast Asian hemorrhagic | Fever, splenic | Fever, spotted | Fever, Thai hemorrhagic | Fever, tick | Fever, trench | Fever, typhoid | Fever, typhus | Fever, undulant | Fever, valley | Fever, West Nile | Fever, Wolhynia | Fever, yellow | Feverfew
Ff-Fk | FFI | fFN | FGD1 | FGFR2 | FGFR3 | Fiber | Fiber and bowel disorders | Fiber and cholesterol | Fiber and constipation | Fiber and diabetes | Fiber FISH | Fiber, elastic | Fiber, soluble and insoluble | Fibrates for lowering cholesterol | Fibril | Fibrillation | Fibrillation, atrial | Fibrillation, auricular | Fibrillation, ventricular | Fibrillin 1 | Fibrin | Fibrinogen | Fibroadenoma | Fibroblast | Fibroblast growth factor receptor 2 | Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) | Fibrofolliculomas, trichodiscomas and acrochordons | Fibroid | Fibroids | Fibroma | Fibroma, cemento-ossifying | Fibroma, desmoplastic | Fibroma, nonossifying | Fibromyalgia | Fibronectin, fetal | Fibrosarcoma | Fibrosis, cystic | Fibrosis, premacular | Fibrosis, pulmonary | Fibrosis, radiation | Fibrositis | Fibrous dysplasia, monostotic | Fibrous dysplasia, polyostotic | Fibula | Fibulin 3 | Fibulin 5 | Field, visual | Fievre boutonneuse | Fifth cranial nerve | Fifth disease | Filariasis | Filariasis, lymphatic | Filgrastim | Filial | Filler | Film | Film, AP | Film, lateral | Film, PA | Film, tear | Filoviridae | Filovirus | Fine needle aspiration | Finger prick | Finger stick | Fingernail | Fingerprint | Fingers, six | Finished DNA sequence | Fire ant sting | Fire ants | Fire gilding | Fire supplies kit | Fire, St. Anthony's | Fireworks injury | First American medical journal | First American medical school | First and second branchial arch syndrome | First cranial nerve | First degree burn | First do no harm | First stage of labor | FISH | Fish bowl granuloma | Fish oil, omega-3 | Fish-odor syndrome | Fisher's exact test | Fissure | Fissure, palpebral | Fistula | Fistula, anal | Fistulize | Five-day fever | Five-lipoxygenase activating protein | Five-lipoxygenase-activating protein | Fixation, external | Fixation, internal | Fixative
Fl-Fl | Flail chest | FLAP | Flashing | Flat affect | Flat condyloma | Flat feet | Flatfeet | Flatfoot | Flatulence | Flatulent | Flatus | Flavin-containing monooxygenase-3 (FMO3) | Flaviviridae | Flavivirus | Flavivirus encephalitis | Flavoproteins | Flax seed | Flesh-eating bacteria | Flexion | Flexner Report | Flexural psoriasis | Floater | Floating rib | Floating-Harbor syndrome | Flood | Flood aftermath | Flood readiness | Flood supplies kit | Flood warning | Floppy baby syndrome | Floppy valve syndrome | Flora | Florence R. Sabin | Flores man | Flow cytometry | Flow karyotyping | FLT-3 inhibitor | Flu | Flu shot | Flu vaccine | Flu vaccine, nasal-spray | Flu, Asian | Flu, avian | Flu, bird | Flu, Hong Kong | Flu, Spanish | Flu, stomach | Fluctuating rib | Fluid, cerebrospinal (CSF) | FluMist | Fluorescein angiography | Fluorescent in situ hybridization | Fluorescent microscope | Fluorescent treponemal antibody absorbed test | Fluoridation | Fluoridation, water | Fluoride | Fluorobody | Fluoroscopy | Fluorosis | Fluorouracil | Flush | Flutter | Flutter, atrial | Flying with diabetes | Flying, fear of
Fm-Fq | FMDV | FMF (familial Mediterranean fever) | FMO3 | FMR1 | fMRI | FMRP | FOBT | Focal | Focal dystonia due to blepharospasm | Focal dystonia due to torticollis | Focal gigantism | Focal motor seizure | Focal sclerosis | Focal seizure | Focused H and P | Folate | Folding motif | Foley catheter | Folic acid | Folinic acid | Follicle, hair | Follicular cyst of the ovary | Fomentation | Fondation Jean Dausset-CEPH | Fong disease | Fontanel (fontanelle) | Food | Food and Drug Administration | Food insecure | Food irradiation | Food poisoning | Food poisoning, Campylobacter | Food security | Food, functional | Food, super | Food-insecure | Food-secure | Foodborne disease | Foot | Foot drop | Foot fungus | Foot pain | Foot type | Foot, athlete | Foot-and-mouth disease | Foot-drop | Foot-drop brace | Footdrop | Footling presentation | Foramen | Foramen magnum | Foramen of Magendie | Foramen ovale | Foramen, interventricular | Foramen, intervertebral | Foramen, neural | Foramina | Foramina of Luschka | Forced expiratory volume | Forceps | Forceps, obstetrical | Forearm | Foreign body airway obstruction | Forensic | Forensic anthropology | Forensic genetics | Forensic medicine | Forensics, DNA | Foreskin | Foreskin and glans, inflammation of the | Foreskin, inflammation of the | Foreskin, tight | Forestier disease | Forget me | Forgotten disease | Formaldehyde | Formalin | Formication | Formula feeding | Formula, infant | Formulary | Fornication | Fornices | Fornix | Fornix cerebri | Fornix conjunctivae | Fornix uteri | Fornix vaginae | Founder effect | Four-finger crease | Four-finger line | Fournier's gangrene | Fourth cranial nerve | Fourth disease | Fourth stage of labor | Fourth ventricle | Fovea | Fovea centralis | Fowl plague
Fr-Fs | Fraction, ejection | Frailty syndrome | Frambesia | Frame, open reading | Frame, reading | Framingham Study | Francis Crick | Frankenfood | Frasier syndrome | Fraternal twin | Freckle | Freckles | Fred L. Soper | Fredrickson | Fredrickson, Donald | French disease | French paradox | Frenulum | Frenum | Frequency, urinary | Freudian | Frey syndrome | Friend in dying | Frigidity | Frontal | Frontal bone | Frontal lobe | Frostbite | Frotteurism | Frozen shoulder | Fructose | Fruit fly | Fruitfly genome
Ft-Fz | ft. | FTA-ABS test | FTT | Fuchs endothelial corneal dystrophy | Fugue state | Full gene sequence | Functional food | Functional gene test | Functional genomics | Functional hemispherectomy | Functional magnetic resonance imaging | Functional scoliosis | Fundoplication | Fundus | Fundus, retinal | Fungal | Fungal nail infection | Fungi | Fungicidal | Fungicide | Fungiform | Fungiform papilla | Fungistat | Fungistatic | Fungus | Fungus, foot | Funnel chest (pectus excavatum) | Funny bone | FUO (Fever of Unknown Origin) | Furuncle | Fusiform | Fusiform aneurysm | Fusion inhibitor | Fusion, spinal | Fusospirillary gingivitis | Fusospirillosis | Fusospirochetal gingivitis | FXTAS


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Ga-Ga | G | G (drug caution code) | g (gram) | G protein | G-CSF | G6PD deficiency | GAD | Gage, Phineas | Gain-of-function mutation | Gait | Gait, steppage | Galactorrhea | Galactose | Galactosemia | Galen | Galenic arteriovenous malformation | Gallbladder | Gallbladder absence | Gallbladder agenesis | Gallium | Gallop rhythm | Gallstone pancreatitis | Gallstones | Gallstones and ERCP | Gallstones, microscopic | Gallus gallus | Gallus gallus genome | GALT | GALT deficiency | | Gamete | Gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT) | Gametic | Gametic selection | Gametogenesis | Gamma globulin | Gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB) | Gamma knife | Gamma linolenic acid | Gamma ray | Gamma-linolenic acid | Gamma-OH | Ganglia, basal | Ganglion | Gangrene | Gap junction | Gap junction beta 2 | Gareis-Mason syndrome | Gargoylism | Garlic | Gas chromatography (GC) | Gas exchange | Gas, intestinal | Gas, laughing | Gastrectomy | Gastric | Gastric atrophy | Gastric banding | Gastric cancer | Gastric emptying study | Gastric MALT lymphoma | Gastric outlet | Gastric outlet obstruction | Gastric stapling | Gastric ulcer | Gastric volvulus | Gastritis | Gastroentenologist | Gastroenteritis | Gastroenterologic disease | Gastroenterologist | Gastroenterology | Gastroesophageal | Gastroesophageal junction | Gastroesophageal reflux | Gastrointestinal | Gastrointestinal stromal tumor | Gastrointestinal tract | Gastroparesis | Gastropathy | Gastropathy, hypertrophic hypoproteinemic | Gastropathy, hypoproteinemic hypertrophic | Gastroschisis | Gastroscope | Gastrostomy | Gastrostomy, percutaneous endoscopic (PEG) | Gay | Gay gene | Gay suicide risk
Gb-Ge | GB virus C | GBS | GBV-C | GCRC | GD | GDB | GDF-8 | Gefitinib | Geiger counter | Gel electrophoresis | Gelineau syndrome | Gene | Gene amplification | Gene array analysis | Gene deletion | Gene duplication | Gene expression | Gene family | Gene mapping | Gene markers | Gene pool | Gene product | Gene silencing | Gene testing | Gene transfer | Gene, candidate | Gene, evolutionarily conserved | Gene, housekeeping | Gene, marker | Gene, Med1 DNA repair | Gene, regulatory | Gene, suicide | Gene, transporter | Gene, Y-linked | Gene, zygotic lethal | Gene-expression profiling | General Clinical Research Center | General paresis | Generalized anxiety disorder | Generalized tonic-clonic seizure | Generic | Generic drug | Generic name, drug | Genes | Genes, breast cancer susceptibility | genesis | Genetic | Genetic anticipation | Genetic code | Genetic counseling | Genetic counselor | Genetic discrimination | Genetic disease | Genetic immunodeficiency disease | Genetic imprinting | Genetic infantile agranulocytosis | Genetic meltdown | Genetic screening | Genetic testing | Genetic transformation | Genetic transport defect | Genetic transposition | Genetics | Genetics of Parkinson disease | Genetics, forensic | Genetics, transplantation | Genital | Genital herpes | Genital wart | Genitalia | Genitalia, ambiguous | Genitalia, female | Genitalia, female external | Genitalia, female internal | Genitalia, intersexual | Genitalia, male | Genitalia, male external | Genitalia, male internal | Genitourinary (GU) | Genome | Genome annotation | Genome Database | Genome Research Institute, National Human | Genome, Arabidopsis thaliana | Genome, bee | Genome, Bos taurus | Genome, bovine | Genome, C. elegans | Genome, Caenorhabditis elegans | Genome, canine | Genome, chicken | Genome, cholera | Genome, chromosomal | Genome, cow | Genome, dog | Genome, Drosophila | Genome, fruitfly | Genome, Haemophilus influenzae | Genome, Hereford | Genome, honey bee | Genome, human | Genome, mitochondrial | Genome, mouse | Genome, Mus musculus | Genome, mustard Arabidopsis thaliana | Genome, plague | Genome, rice | Genome, roundworm | Genome, Saccharomyces cerevisiae | Genome, Vibrio cholerae | Genome, yeast | Genome, Yersinia pestis | Genomic | Genomic imprinting | Genomic library | Genomic segment | Genomics | Genomics, structural | Genoplasty | Genotoxin | Genotype | Genu | Geography, medical | George W. Thorn | GERD | GERD surgery (fundoplication) | Geriatric medicine | Geriatrics | Germ | Germ cell | Germ cell tumor | Germ line | German disease | German measles (historical note) | German measles immunization | German measles vaccine | Germanium | Germinoma | Germline mutation | Gerstmann-Straussler disease | Gerstmann-Straussler disease | Gerstmann-Straussler syndrome | Gerstmann-Straussler syndrome | Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker disease | Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker disease | Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker syndrome | Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker syndrome | Gertie F. Marx | Gesell Developmental Schedules | Gestalt therapy | Gestation | Gestation period | Gestational diabetes | Gestational hypertension | Gesundheit
Gf-Gl | GFAP | GFP | GHB | GI | GI tract | Giant cell arteritis | Giant cell pneumonia | Giant cell tumor of bone | Giant cell tumor, malignant | Giant hypertrophic gastritis | Giant hypertrophy of gastric mucosa | Giant intestinal fluke | Giant platelet syndrome | Giardia | Giardia lamblia | Giardiasis | Gibbon | Gibbon heart-lung machine | Gibbon, John H., Jr. | GIFT | Gigantism | Gigantism, eunuchoid | Gigantism, focal | Gigantism, pituitary | Gilbert syndrome | Ginger | Gingiva | Gingivitis | Gingivitis, acute membranous | Gingivitis, acute necrotizing ulcerative (ANUG) | Gingivitis, fusospirillary | Gingivitis, fusospirochetal | Gingivitis, necrotizing | Gingivitis, phagedenic | Gingivitis, ulcerative | Gingivitis, Vincent | Gingko biloba | GIST | GJB2 | GLA | Glabella | Gland | Gland of external secretion | Gland of internal secretion | Gland, adrenal | Gland, bulbourethral | Gland, Cowper's | Gland, endocrine | Gland, exocrine | Gland, lacrimal | Gland, mammary | Gland, Meibomian | Gland, palpebral | Gland, pituitary | Gland, salivary | Gland, sublingual | Gland, sudoriferous | Gland, sweat | Gland, tarsal | Gland, thymus | Gland, thyroid | Glanders | Glandular fever | Glans | Glans and foreskin, inflammation of the | Glans penis, inflammation of the | Glass eye | Glaucoma | Glaucoma detection | Glaucoma treatment (laser) | Glaucoma treatment (medical) | Glaucoma treatment (surgery) | Glaucoma, acute angle-closure | Glaucoma, angle-closure | Glaucoma, low tension | Glaucoma, normal pressure | Glaucoma, normal tension | Glaucoma, risk factors | Glaucoma, symptoms of | Gleason score | Glenn shunt | Glenohumeral dislocation | Glenoid labrum | Gliadin | Glial cell | Glial fibrillary acidic protein | Glioblastoma multiforme | Glioma | Glioma, optic | Glioma, visual pathway | Gliosis | Glisson's capsule | Gln | Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Dis | Global warming | Globe, pale | Globus | Globus hystericus | Globus major | Globus minor | Globus pallidus | Glomerular | Glomeruli | Glomerulus | Glossal | Glossitis | Glossolalia | Glossopharyngeal nerve | Glottis | Glu | Glucocentric | Glucocerebrosidase deficiency | Glucocorticoid | Glucosamine | Glucose | Glucose tolerance test | Glucose tolerance, impaired | Glucose, fasting blood | Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) | Glucuronosyltransferase, UDP- | Glutamate | Glutamic acid | Glutamine | Glutathione S-transferase | Glutathione S-transferase omega-1 | Glutathione S-transferase, omega-1 | Gluteal | Gluten | Gluten enteropathy | Gluteus maximus | Gly | Glycemic index | Glycine | Glycobiology | Glycogen storage disease | Glycogen storage disease type V | Glycohemoglobin | Glycopeptide | Glycoprotein | Glycosylated hemoglobin
Gm-Gq | gm (gram) | GM1 gangliosidosis | GM2-gangliosidosis, B variant | GM2-gangliosidosis, type 1 | Gnashing | Gnathostomiasis | God bless you | Godfrey Hounsfield | Goiter | Goiter, diffuse toxic | Goiter, iodide | Goiter, toxic multinodular | Goiter-deafness syndrome | Goitrogenic foods | GOLD | GOLD-0 | GOLD-1 | GOLD-2 | GOLD-3 | Goldberger, Joseph | Goldenhar syndrome | Goldring | Goldring, Sidney | Golfer's cramp | Gonad | Gonad, female | Gonad, indifferent | Gonad, male | Gonadotropin | Gonadotropin, human chorionic | Gonarthritis | Gonorrhea | GOO | Good Samaritan | Good Samaritan law | Good-for-you bacteria | Goodman syndrome | Goodpasture syndrome | Goose bump | Gooseflesh | Gorham disease | Gorlin syndrome | Gorlin syndrome II | Gorlin-Goltz syndrome | Gottron sign | Gout | Gout, tophaceous | Gouty arthritis | Gower syndrome (situational syncope) | GPO
Gr-Gr | Graft | Graft-versus-host disease | Gram (measure) | Gram calorie | Gram calorie (Calorie) | Gram stain | Gram-negative | Gram-positive | Granary weevil | Grand mal | Grand mal epilepsy | Grand multipara | Grand rounds | Granny cam | Granny-cam | Grannycam | Granular leukocyte | Granulation | Granulocyte | Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor | Granulocytopenia | Granuloma | Granuloma annulare | Granuloma, calcified | Granuloma, fish bowl | Granuloma, swimming pool | Granulomatosis, allergic | Granulomatosis, Wegener's | Granulomatous colitis | Grapefruit diet | Graves disease | Gravid | Gray | Gray baby syndrome | Gray matter | Gray syndrome | Gray's Anatomy | Great Plague | Great pox | Great saphenous vein | Greek medicine | Green fluorescent protein | (E1)(L1) http://www.medterms.com/script/main/alphaidx.asp?p=g_dict
| Gregarious | Gregarious parasite | Grid, Amsler | Grief | Grief therapy | Grief, anticipatory | Grief, complicated | Grief, public | Grief, unresolved | Groin | Gross anatomy | Gross hematuria | Group A strep | Group B streptococcus infection | Group therapy | Growing pains | Growth and differentiation factor 8 | Growth differentiation factor 8 | Growth hormone | Growth in height | Growth, normal
Gs-Gz | GSS | GSTO1 | gtt. | Gua sha | Gua-sha | Guanine | Guarding, abdominal | Guasha | Guided imagery | Guillain-Barre syndrome | Guillain-Barre syndrome | Guillotine | Guinea pig | Guinea worm disease | Gulf War syndrome | Gullet | Gum disease | Gun stock deformity | Gunnar B. Stickler | Gustatolacrimal reflex | Gustatory sweating | Gustavson syndrome | Guthrie test | Guttate psoriasis | GVHD | Gy | GYN | Gyn- | Gyne- | Gyneco- | Gynecoid | Gynecoid obesity | Gynecoid pelvis | Gynecologic oncologist | Gynecologist | Gynecology | Gynecomastia | Gyno- | Gyri | Gyrus | Gyrus lingualis | Gyrus occipitotemporalis medialis | Gyrus, lingual


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Ha-Ha | H | H (drug caution code) | H and H | H and P | H. erectus | H. floresiensis | H. flu | H. flu genome | H. flu immunization | H. heilmannii | H. sapiens | HAART | Habitual abortion | Habitus | Haemophilus influenzae genome | Haemophilus influenzae type B | Haemophilus influenzae type B (HIB) immunization | Hahnemann, Samuel | Hair follicle | Hair loss | Hair of the dog | Hair, exclamation point | Hair, lanugal | Hair-on-end skull | Hairball | Hairy cell leukemia | Hairy-cell leukemia | Hallervorden-Spatz disease | Hallucination | Hallucination, hypnagogic | Hallucination, musical | Hallucinogen | Hallucinogenic | Hallucinosis, musical | Hallux | Hallux valgus | Hallux varus | Hamartoma | Hamartoma, hypothalamic | Hammer | Hammer toe | Hamstring | Hand, foot, and mouth disease | Hand-arm vibration syndrome | Hand-foot-and-mouth disease | Hand-foot-and-mouth syndrome | Handedness | | Hangover | Hansen bacillus | Hansen disease | Hansen's bacillus | Hansen's disease | Hantavirus | Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome | HAPE | Haploid | Haploinsufficiency | Hapten | Hard measles | Hard palate | Hardy, James D. | Hardy-Weinberg law | Hashimoto disease | Hashimoto thyroiditis | HAV | HAVRIX | HAVS | Hay fever | Hayfever
Hb-Hf | Hb (hemoglobin) | HBIG | HBV | HCFA | hCG | HCM | Hct (hematocrit) | HCV | HCV PCR | HCV PCR genotype test | HCV PCR viral detection test | HCV PCR viral load test | HDL | HDL cholesterol | HDR syndrome | HDV | Head and neck cancer | Head bones | Head lice | Head, optic nerve | Headache | Headache, alarm clock | Headache, chronic daily | Headache, cluster | Headache, febrile | Headache, Hogwarts | Headache, hypnic | Headache, migraine | Headache, rebound | Headache, sinus | Headache, stress | Headache, tension | Headache, thunderclap | Headache, vascular | Health | Health and Human Services | Health Care Finance Administration | Health care proxy | Health for All | Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act | Health outcomes research | Health physics | Health Saving Account | Health, Aleut | Health, artic | Health, child | Health, industrial | Health, public | Health, Saami | Healthy | Healthy food label | Hearing aid | Hearing instrument | Hearing loss, age-related | Hearing screening test, newborn | Heart | Heart and hand syndrome | Heart attack | Heart block | Heart conduction system | Heart disease | Heart disease, rheumatic | Heart failure | Heart murmur | Heart muscle | Heart rate | Heart rehab | Heart rhythm disorders | Heart septum | Heart test, EPS | Heart transplant | Heart valves | Heart ventricle | Heart, artificial | Heart, left | Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National | Heart, right | Heart-hand syndrome | Heart-lung machine | Heartburn | Heartworm | Heat cramps | Heat exhaustion | Heat index | Heat prostration | Heat rash | Heat stroke | Heat syncope | Heat-related illness | Heatliness | Heberden disease | Heberden node | Hecht syndrome | Hecht's pneumonia | Hecht-Beals syndrome | Heebie-jeebies | Heel bone | Heel prick | Heel spur | Heel stick | Height growth | Heights, fear of | Heimlich maneuver | Hejama | HeLa cell | Helical CAT scan | Helicase | Helicobacter heilmannii | Helicobacter pylori | Helix, alpha | Helix, double | HELLP syndrome | Helmet, bicycle | Helminth | Helminthology, medical | Helper cell | Hem-onc | Hemangioma | Hemangioma, capillary | Hemangioma, cavernous | Hemangioma, hepatic | Hemarthrosis | Hematemesis | Hematochezia | Hematocrit | Hematologist | Hematology | Hematology-oncology | Hematoma | Hematoma, epidural | Hematoma, extradural | Hematoma, intracerebral | Hematoma, intracranial | Hematoma, nasal septum | Hematoma, subcutaneous | Hematoma, subdural | Hematopoiesis | Hematopoietic | Hematuria | Hematuria, gross | Hematuria, microscopic | Hemi- | Hemidesmosome | Hemidiaphragm | Hemidiaphragm, elevated | Hemidiaphragm, raised | Hemifacial microsomia | Hemihyperhidrosis | Hemihypertrophy | Hemiparesis | Hemiplegia | Hemiplegia, alternating | Hemiplegic | Hemithorax | Hemizygous | Hemochromatosis | Hemodialysis | Hemodialysis catheter | Hemoglobin | Hemoglobin A | Hemoglobin A1C | Hemoglobin E | Hemoglobin F | Hemoglobin normal values | Hemoglobin S | Hemoglobin, carbon monoxide | Hemoglobin, glycosylated | Hemoglobinuria | Hemolysis | Hemolytic | Hemolytic anemia | Hemolytic disease of the newborn | Hemolytic jaundice, congenital | Hemolytic uremic syndrome | Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis | Hemopoietic | Hemoptysis | Hemorrhage | Hemorrhage, subarachnoid | Hemorrhagic | Hemorrhagic cyst | Hemorrhagic diarrhea, E. coli | Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome | Hemorrhagic fever, epidemic | Hemorrhoid | Hemorrhoidectomy | Hemorrhoids | Hemostasis | Hemostasis, genetics of | Hendra virus | Henna | HEOD | HEPA | Hepar | Heparin | Heparin, low-weight | Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia | Hepat- | Hepatic | Hepatic artery | Hepatic biopsy | Hepatic duct | Hepatic duct, common | Hepatic duct, left | Hepatic duct, right | Hepatic ductular hypoplasia, syndromatic | Hepatic encephalopathy | Hepatic hemangioma | Hepatic transplant | Hepatic vein | Hepatic- | Hepatico- | Hepatitis | Hepatitis A | Hepatitis A immunization | Hepatitis B | Hepatitis B immunization | Hepatitis C | Hepatitis C PCR | Hepatitis C virus | Hepatitis D | Hepatitis D, E, F, and G | Hepatitis E | Hepatitis E virus | Hepatitis F | Hepatitis G | Hepatitis, infectious | Hepatitis, non-A, non-B | Hepatitis, toxic | Hepatitis, viral | Hepato- | Hepatobiliary | Hepatoblastoma | Hepatocarcinoma | Hepatocellular carcinoma | Hepatology | Hepatoma | Hepatomegaly | Hepatosplenomegaly | Hepatotoxic | Heptad repeat | HER1 | HER2 | Hera | Herbal | Herbal remedy | Herbalism | Herbalist | Herbicidal | Herbicide | Herbicide chemical 2,4-DCP | Hereditary ALS | Hereditary amyloidosis | Hereditary amyotrophic lateral sclerosis | Hereditary angioedema | Hereditary angioneurotic edema | Hereditary arthro-ophthalmopathy | Hereditary arthroophthalmopathy | Hereditary atransferrinemia | Hereditary essential tremor | Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia | Hereditary kidney cancer | Hereditary mixed polyposis syndrome | Hereditary multi-infarct dementia | Hereditary mutation | Hereditary nonpolyposis colon cancer | Hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer | Hereditary progressive arthro-ophthalmopathy | Hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy III | Hereditary spastic paraplegia, autosomal dominant | Hereditary spherocytosis | Heredity | Heredofamilial tremor | Hereford genome | Heritability | Heritable | Heritable connective tissue disease | Hermansky-Pudlak syndrome | Hernia | Hernia repair | Hernia, diaphragmatic | Hernia, hiatus | Hernia, Velpeau | Herniated disc | Herniation | Herniorrhaphy | Heroin | Heroin addiction | Herpes | Herpes simplex type 1 | Herpes simplex type 2 | Herpes zoster | Herpes, febrile | Herpes, genital | | Herpesvirus | Herpetiform virus | Hershey-Chase experiment | Hetero- | Heterochromatin | Heterochromatin, constitutive | Heterochromatin, facultative | Heterochromia | Heterochromia iridis | Heteroclite | Heteroerotic | Heterokaryon | Heteromorphism | Heterophyes | Heteroplasia | Heteroploid | Heterosexual | Heterosexuality | Heterotaxy | Heterotopic | Heterotrisomy | Heterozygote | Heterozygous | HEV | Hex-A deficiency | Hexadactyly | Hexalen | Hexenmilch | Hexosaminidase A | Hexosaminidase A deficiency
Hg-Hk | Hg | HGD | HHDN | HHS | HHT | HHV-1 | HHV-2 | HHV-3 | HHV-4 | HHV-5 | HHV-6 | HHV-7 | HHV-8 | Hiatal | Hiatal hernia | Hiatus | Hiatus hernia | HIB | HIB immunization | Hibernation reaction | Hiccough | Hiccup | Hidradenitis suppurativa | Hidrosis | Hidrotic | High altitude | High altitude pulmonary edema | High blood pressure | High blood sugar | High protein diet | High-grade lymphoma | Hip bursitis | Hip dislocation, congenital | | Hip pain | Hip pointer | Hip replacement, total | Hip, developmental dislocation of the (DDH) | HIPAA | Hippocampus | Hippocrates | Hippocratic Oath | Hirschsprung disease | Hirsutism | Hirudin | Hirudotherapy | His | His disease | His-Werner disease | Histamine | Histamine cephalalgia | Histidine | Histiocyte | Histiocytic necrotizing lymphadenitis | Histiocytosis | Histiocytosis X | Histiocytosis, Hand-Schuller-Christian | Histiocytosis, Langerhans cell | Histiocytosis, Letterer Siwe | Histiocytosis, lipid | Histiocytosis, malignant | Histiocytosis, sinus | Histo | Histo spot | Histo- | Histocompatibility | Histocompatible | Histology | Histone | Histoplasma | Histoplasma capsulatum | Histoplasmosis | History, developmental | History, family | History, medical | History, social | HIV | HIV infection, acute | HIV infection, primary | HIV test | Hives | Hives from pressure
Hl-Ho | HLA | HLA-B57 | HMPS | hMPV | HMS1 | HNP | HNPCC | Hoarding, pathological | Hoarseness | Hobbit | Hodgkin disease | Hodgkin, Dorothy | Hogwarts headache | Holandric inheritance | Hole, macular | Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Sr. | Holoprosencephaly | Holt-Oram syndrome | Holter monitor | Homeobox gene | Homeopath | Homeopathic | Homeopathic medicine | Homeopathy | Homeostasis | Homeotherm | Homicide | Homo erectus | Homo floresiensis | Homo sapiens | Homo- | Homocysteine | Homocystinuria | Homogentisate 1,2-dioxygenase | Homogentisate oxidase | Homogentisic acid oxidase deficiency | Homograft | Homolog (homologue) | Homologies | Homologous | Homologous chromosomes | Homosexual | Homosexuality | Homosexuality 1 | Homotrisomy | Homozygosity | Homozygote | Homozygous | Honey bee allergy | Honey bee genome | Hong Kong flu | Hong Kong influenza | Hookworm | Horace Albert Barker | Horace Barker | Horizontal | Hormone | Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) | Hormone therapy | Hormone, aldosterone | Hormone, androgenic | Hormone, antidiuretic (ADH) | Hormone, cortisol | Hormone, erythropoietin | Hormone, estrogenic | Hormone, follicle-stimulating (FSH) | Hormone, glucocorticoid | Hormone, growth | Hormone, human chorionic gonadotropin | Hormone, mineralocorticoid | Hormone, parathormone | Hormone, parathyrin | Hormone, parathyroid | Hormone, progesterone | Hormone, secretin | Hormone, T3 | Hormone, thyroid | Hormone, thyroid stimulating (TSH) | Hormone, thyrotropin | Hormone, thyroxine | Hormone, triiodothyronine | Hormone, TSH | Hormone,T4 | Horner syndrome | Hornet sting | Horripilation | Horror autotoxicus | Hospice | Hospice care | Hospital | Hospital code | Hospital gown | Hospital-acquired infection | Hospitalist | Host | Hot flashes | Hotel-Dieu | Hounsfield | Hounsfield, Godfrey | House | House officer | House staff | House surgeon | Houseboat carbon monoxide poisoning | Housekeeping gene | Housemaid's knee | Howard Hughes Medical Institute | Hox gene
Hp-Hx | HPE | HPIV | HPS | HPV | HRT (hormone replacement therapy) | HS | HSA | HSAN III | HSP | Ht | HT1A | HTLV | HTLV-I | HTLV-II | HTLV-III | HTR1A | Hughes Investigator | Hughlings Jackson | Hughlings Jackson, John | HUGO | Human chorionic gonadotropin | Human chromosome count | Human cloning | Human Development, . . . (NICHD) | Human embryonic stem cell | Human gene map | Human gene therapy | Human genome | Human Genome Organisation | Human Genome Project | Human Genome Research Institute, National | Human growth | Human herpesvirus 1 (HHV-1) | Human herpesvirus 2 (HHV-2) | Human herpesvirus 3 | Human herpesvirus 4 | Human herpesvirus 5 | Human herpesvirus 6 | Human herpesvirus 7 | Human herpesvirus 8 (HHV-8) | Human immunodeficiency virus | Human kinome | Human lymphotropic virus III | Human metapneumovirus | Human neutrophil peptide | Human papilloma virus | Human papillomavirus | Human parainfluenza virus | Human pluripotent stem cell | Human reproductive cloning | Human T-lymphotropic virus | Human T-lymphotropic virus type I | Human T-lymphotropic virus type III | Humerus | Humidifier | Humidifier fever | Humor | Humor, aqueous | Humoral | Humoralism | Humorism | Hump, dowager | Hunter syndrome | huntingtin | Huntington disease | Hurler syndrome | Hurricane | Hurricane supplies kit | HUS
Hy-Hz | Hyaline membrane disease | Hyaluronic acid | Hybrid | Hybridization, fluorescent in situ | Hybridization, in situ | Hybridization, nucleic acid | Hybridoma | Hydatid disease, alveolar | Hydatidiform mole | Hydranencephaly | Hydrazine | Hydrocarbon | Hydrocele | Hydrocephalus | Hydrocephalus ex-vacuo | Hydrocephalus, acquired | Hydrocephalus, communicating | Hydrocephalus, congenital | Hydrocephalus, Macewen sign of | Hydrocephalus, normal pressure | Hydrocephaly | Hydrogen | Hydrogen cyanide | Hydronephrosis | Hydrops fetalis | Hydrostatic weighing | Hydroxyapatite | Hydroxyapatite crystal disease | Hydroxytryptamine | Hydroxyurea | Hygieia | Hygiene | Hygiene hypothesis | Hygiene theory | Hymen | Hyoglossus | Hyper- | Hyper-IgD syndrome | Hyperactivity | Hyperadrenocorticism | Hyperaldosteronism | Hyperbaric | Hyperbilirubinemia | Hyperbilirubinemia type I | Hyperbilirubinemia, neonatal | Hypercalcemia | Hypercalciuria | Hypercapnia | Hypercarbia | Hyperchloremia | Hypercholesterolemia | Hypercoagulability, estrogen-associated | Hypercoagulable state | Hyperconscious | Hyperekplexia | Hyperemesis gravidarum | Hyperexplexia | Hyperextensible | Hyperglycemia | Hyperglycemic response | Hypergraphia | Hypergraphic | Hyperhidrosis | Hyperhidrosis, axillary | Hyperhidrosis, palmoplantar | Hyperhidrotic | Hyperkalemia | Hyperlexia | Hyperlipidemia | Hypermagnesemia | Hypermnesia | Hypermobility syndrome | Hypernatremia | Hyperopia | Hyperosmolar | Hyperosmolarity | Hyperostosis | Hyperoxaluria | Hyperparathyroidism | Hyperphosphatemia | Hyperpigmentation | Hyperplasia | Hyperplasia, endometrial | Hypertension | Hypertension, gestational | Hypertension, pulmonary | Hypertension, white coat | Hypertensive | Hypertensive crisis | Hyperthermia | Hyperthermia, malignant | Hyperthyroid | Hypertonia | Hypertonic solution | Hypertrophic | Hypertrophic gastritis | Hypertrophic hypoproteinemic gastropathy | Hypertrophy | Hyperuricemia | Hyperventilation | Hypervolemia | Hypervolemic | Hypnagogic | Hypnagogic hallucination | Hypnic | Hypnic headache | Hypnic jerk | Hypnolepsy | Hypnopompic hallucination | Hypnos | Hypnosis | Hypo- | Hypoalbuminemia | Hypocalcemia | Hypocapnia | Hypocarbia | Hypochloremia | Hypochondria | Hypochondriac | Hypochondriacal neurosis | Hypochondriasis | Hypochondriasm | Hypochondroplasia | Hypocol | Hypodontia and nail dysgenesis | Hypogeusia | Hypoglossal nerve | Hypoglossal neuropathy | Hypoglycemia | Hypoglycemia unawareness | Hypoglycemic | Hypogonadism | Hypohidrosis | Hypohidrotic | Hypokalemia | Hypomagnesemia | Hypomania | Hypomanic | Hypomnesia | Hyponatremia | Hypoosmolar | Hypoosmolarity | Hypoparathyroidism | Hypopharyngeal diverticulum | Hypophosphatemia | Hypopigmented | Hypoplasia | Hypoplasia of the thymus and parathyroids | Hypoplasia, syndromatic hepatic ductular | Hypoplastic anemia-triphalangeal thumbs | Hypoplastic left heart syndrome | Hypopnea | Hypoproteinemic hypertrophic gastropathy | Hyposmia | Hypospadias | Hypotension | Hypotension, orthostatic | Hypotension, postural | Hypotensive | Hypothalamic hamartoma | Hypothalamus | Hypothermia | Hypothyroidism | Hypothyroidism, congenital | Hypothyroidism, infantile | Hypotonia | Hypotonic solution | Hypoventilation | Hypovolemia | Hypovolemic | Hypovolemic shock | Hypoxemia | Hypoxia | Hypoxia-ischemia | Hypoxic | Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy | Hysterectomy | Hysterectomy, abdominal | Hysterectomy, complete | Hysterectomy, laparoscopically assisted vaginal | Hysterectomy, partial | Hysterectomy, subtotal | Hysterectomy, total | Hysterectomy, vaginal | Hysterosalpingogram (HSG) | Hysteroscopy


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Ia-Il | I (drug caution code) | i(17q) | Iatr- | Iatrapistic | Iatric | iatrics | Iatrogenic | Iatromelia | Iatromisia | iatry | IAVI | IBD (inflammatory bowel disease) | IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) | Ibuprofen | ICD | Ice cream headache | Ichthyosis | Ichthyosis simplex | Ichthyosis vulgaris | Ichthyosis, spasticity, oligophrenia syndrome | Ichthyosis-keratitis-deafness syndrome | ICSI | Icterus | ICU | ICU psychosis | ID | IDEC-Y2B8 monoclonal antibody | IDET | Idiocy, amaurotic familial | Idiopathic | Idiopathic nephrotic syndrome of childhood | Idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension | Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis | Idiopathic sclerosing cholangitis | Idiopathic scoliosis | Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura | Idiopathy | Idiot savant | IFA | Ig | IgA | IgD | IgE | IgG | IgM | IGT | IHS | IL-1 | IL-10 | IL-2 | IL-4 | Ile | Ileal pouch | Ileitis, Crohn | Ileitis, terminal | Ileocolitis, Crohn | Ileoscopy | Ileostomy | Ileum | Ileus | Ileus, meconium | Ileus, paralytic | Iliac | Iliac horns | Iliopsoas muscle | Ilium | Illness, acute | Illness, altitude | Illness, chronic | Illness, heat-related | Illusion
Im-Im | IM (intramuscular) | Imagery | Imbibe | Imbricate | Imitrex | Immune | Immune complex | Immune response | Immune system | Immune thrombocytopenic purpura | Immune tolerance | Immunity | Immunity, acquired | Immunity, active | Immunity, innate | Immunity, natural | Immunity, passive | Immunization | Immunization, anthrax | Immunization, chickenpox | Immunization, children's | Immunization, DPT | Immunization, DT | Immunization, DTaP | Immunization, flu | Immunization, German measles | Immunization, H. flu | Immunization, Haemophilus influenzae type B (HIB) | Immunization, hepatitis A | Immunization, hepatitis B | Immunization, HIB | Immunization, infectious hepatitis | Immunization, influenza | Immunization, measles | Immunization, meningococcal | Immunization, MMR | Immunization, mumps | Immunization, pneumococcal | Immunization, polio | Immunization, rubella | Immunization, serum hepatitis | Immunization, Td | Immunization, varicella | Immunization, yellow fever | Immunocompetence | Immunocompetent | Immunocompromised | Immunocow | Immunodeficiency | Immunodeficient | Immunodepressant | Immunodepression | Immunogenetics | Immunoglobulin | Immunoglobulin A | Immunoglobulin D | Immunoglobulin E | Immunoglobulin G | Immunoglobulin M | Immunologist | Immunology | Immunopig | Immunosuppressant | Immunosuppression | Immunosuppressive | Immunosuppressive agent | Immunotherapy | Immunotherapy, allergy | Immunotoxin | Impact | Impaction, dental | Impaired glucose tolerance | Imperforate anus | Impetigo | Implant | Implant, brainstem | Implant, cochlear | Implantable cardiac defibrillator | Implantable pacemaker | Implantation | Implantation, seed | Implicit memory | Impotence | Imprinting, genomic | Imprinting, psychological | Impulsivity | IMRT
In-In | in | In situ | In situ hybridization | In situ hybridization, fluorescent | In situ, carcinoma | In vitro | In vitro fertilization | In vivo | In-law | In-the-canal hearing aid | In-the-ear hearing aid | Inactivation, X chromosome | Inappropriate ADH secretion | Inborn error of metabolism | Inbreeding | Inbreeding, coefficient of | Incase | Incest | Inch | Incidence | Incision | Incisional biopsy | Incompatibility, Rh | Incompetent cervix | Inconclusive clinical trial | Incontinence | Incontinence of urine | Incontinence, fecal | Incontinence, rectal | Incontinence, urge | Incontinence, urinary | Incontinent | Incontinentia pigmenti | Incubation period | Incubator | Incurable | Incus | Index case | Index, body mass (BMI) | Indian Health Service (IHS) | Indian meal moth | Indicate | Indication | Indifferent gonad | Indirect immunofluorescence assay | Indolent lymphoma | Induced abortion | Induced disease by proxy | Induced menopause | Induction therapy | Induration | Industrial health | Indwelling bladder catheter | Infant | Infant carbohydrate intake | Infant fat requirements | Infant formula | Infant in swaddling | Infant iron supplementation | Infant mineral requirements | Infant mortality rate | Infant protein requirements | Infant vitamin requirements | Infant water requirements | Infant, post-term | Infant, postmature | Infant, small for gestational age | Infantile autism | Infantile beriberi | Infantile genetic agranulocytosis | Infantile hypothyroidism | Infantile myxedema | Infantile paralysis (polio) | Infantile spasms | Infantile systemic hyalinosis | Infantile thiamine deficiency | Infantile vitamin B1 deficiency | Infantilism, Brissaud's | Infarct | Infarction | Infarction, acute myocardial | Infection | Infection, acute HIV | Infection, adenovirus | Infection, breast | Infection, ear (acute middle) | Infection, group B strep | Infection, hospital-acquired | Infection, Leishmania | Infection, meningococcal | Infection, middle ear | Infection, Neisseria | Infection, nosocomial | Infection, opportunistic | Infection, pinworm | Infection, pork tapeworm | Infection, primary HIV | Infection, rotavirus | Infection, roundworm | Infection, urinary tract (UTI) | Infection, Vincent | Infection, yeast | Infectious Diseases, Nat'l Institute of Allergy & | Infectious hepatitis | Infectious hepatitis immunization | Infectious mono | Infectious mononucleosis | Infectivity | Inferior | Inferior vena cava | Inferolateral | Infertile | Infertility | Infertility, Y chromosome | Infiltrate | Infiltrating ductal carcinoma of the breast | Infiltrating lobular carcinoma of the breast | Inflammation | Inflammation, bladder | Inflammatory bowel disease | Inflammatory response | Influenza | Influenza, Asian | Influenza, avian | Influenza, Hong Kong | Influenza, Spanish | Informatics | Informed consent | Infraspinatus muscle | Infuse | Ingelfinger rule | Ingrown toenail | Inguinal | Inguinal canal | Inguinal orchiectomy | Inhalant | Inhaler, metered-dose | Inheritance | Inheritance, holandric | Inheritance, mendelian | Inheritance, mitochondrial | Inheritance, multifactorial | Inheritance, Y-linked | Inherited immunodeficiency disease | Inherited metabolic diseases | Inhibin | Inhibition, orgasmic | Inhibitor, ACE | Inhibitor, protease | Inhibitory RNA | Iniencephaly | Injection snoreplasty | Injure | Injury | Injury, cold | | Injury, knee meniscus | Injury, mental child | Injury, mower | Injury, needlestick | Injury, scooter | Inkblot test | Innate immunity | Inner ear | Innervate | Innervation | Inotropic | Inpatient | INR | Insect sting | Insecticidal | Insecticide | Insecticide-treated bednet | Insemination | Insemination, artificial | Insemination, heterologous | Insemination, homologous | Insemination, intrauterine | Insertable loop recorder | Insertion | Insinuate | Insomnia | Insomnia, chronic | Insomnia, fatal familial | Insomnia, intermittent | Insomnia, transient | Inspissate | Institute of Medicine | Institute on Deafness and Communication Disorders | Institute, National Eye (NEI) | Institutional Review Board | Insufficiency, aortic | Insufficiency, coronary | Insufficiency, mitral | Insufficiency, pancreatic | Insufficiency, pulmonary | Insufficiency, respiratory | Insufficiency, small intestine | Insular sclerosis | Insulin | Insulin resistance | Insulin resistance syndrome | Insulin-dependent diabetes | Insulinoma | Integrin | Integron | Intelligence quotient | Intelligence test | Intelligence, non-verbal | Intelligence, verbal | Intensity modulated radiation therapy | Intensive care | Intensive care unit psychosis | Intensivist | Interatrial septum | Intercellular | Intercellular junction | Intercostal muscle | Intercurrent disease | Interferon | Interleukin-1 | Interleukin-10 | Interleukin-2 | Interleukin-3 | Interleukin-4 | Interleukins | Intermediate-grade lymphoma | Intermittent claudication | Intermittent insomnia | Intern | Internal cardiac defibrillator | Internal carrier | Internal ear | Internal fixation | Internal genitalia, female | Internal genitalia, male | Internal jugular vein | Internal medicine | Internal pacemaker | Internal radiation therapy | International AIDS Vaccine Initiative | International normalized ratio | International unit (IU) | Interneuron | Internist | Interpersonal therapy | Interphase | Intersex | Intersexual genitalia | Interstice | Interstitial | Interstitial cystitis (IC) | Interstitial radiation | Interstitial radiation therapy | Intertrigo | Interval malignancy | Intervening sequence | Intervention | Interventional | Interventional radiologist | Interventional radiology (IR) | Interventricular foramen | Interventricular septum | Intervertebral disk | Intervertebral foramen | Intestinal gas | Intestinal obstruction | Intestinal pseudo-obstruction | Intestinal villus | Intestine | Intestine, large | Intestine, small | Intolerance, food | Intolerance, lactose | Intra-arterial pressure | Intracellular | Intracerebral hematoma | Intracorporeal | Intracranial | Intracranial hematoma | Intractable | Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) | Intradermal | Intradiskal electrothermal therapy | Intraductal carcinoma | Intraductal papilloma | Intraepithelial | Intrafallopian | Intrahepatic | Intramuscular (IM) | Intraocular | Intraocular lens | Intraocular melanoma | Intraocular pressure | Intraocular tension | Intraoperative | Intraoperative blood salvage | Intraoperative radiation therapy | Intraoral | Intraperitoneal | Intraperitoneal chemotherapy | Intrastromal corneal ring | Intrathecal chemotherapy | Intrauterine | Intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD) | Intrauterine growth restriction | Intrauterine growth retardation | Intrauterine insemination (IUI) | Intravenous (IV) | Intravenous cholangiogram | Intravenous feeding | Intravenous immunoglobulin | Intravenous pyelogram | Intravenous tension | Intraventricular | Intravitreous | Intrinsic | Introitus | Introitus, facial canal | Introitus, vaginal | Intron | Intubate | Intubation | Intussusception | Invasive candidiasis | Invasive cervical cancer | Inverse psoriasis | Inversion, chromosome | Inversion, paracentric chromosome | Inversion, pericentric chromosome | Invert | Inverted repeat | Invest | Involuntary | Involuntary smoking | Involute | Involution
Io-Is | Iodide | Iodide goiter | Iodine | Iodine deficiency | Iodine excess | Iodine, radioactive | Ion channel | Iontophoresis | IOP (intraocular pressure) | Ipecac | Ipsilateral | IPT | IPV | IQ | IRB | Iressa | Iridectomy | Iridectomy, peripheral | Iridology | Iris | Iris melanoma | Iris, speckled | Iritis | Iron | Iron deficiency anemia | Iron excess | Iron overload | Iron poisoning | Iron supplementation, infant | Irradiation | Irradiation, food | Irrigate | Irrigation of the colon | Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) | Irritant contact dermatitis | Irwin DJ Bross | Ischemia | Ischial bursitis | Ischium | Islet cell cancer | Islet cell carcinoma | Islet cell tumor | Islets of Langerhans | Iso- | Isocellular | Isochromosome | Isochromosome 17q | Isodisomy | Isoflavone | Isoform | Isolate | Isoleucine | Isometric exercise | Isometropia | Isoprene | Isotonic exercise | Isotonic solution | Isotope | Isotopic
It-Iz | Italian disease | ITC | Itch, jellyfish | Itch, ocean | Itch, seabather's | Itching | Itching, anal | Itchy ear | ITE | itis | ITN | ITP | IU (international unit) | IUD (intrauterine contraceptive device) | IUGR | IV (intravenous) | IV cholangiogram | IVC | IVF


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Ja-Jl | Jackknife seizure | Jackson | Jackson Laboratory | Jackson Pratt drain | Jackson, John Hughlings | Jackson-Pratt drain | Jacksonian epilepsy | Jacksonian seizure | Jadassohn-Lewandowski Syndrome | Jail fever | JAK3 | JAK3 inhibitor | Jakob's disease | Jakob-Creutzfeldt disease | JAMA | Jamais vu | James Ramsay Hunt | James Watson | Janiceps | Janus kinase 3 | Japanese encephalitis | Jaundice | Jaundice, congenital hemolytic | Jaundice, hemolytic | Jaundice, neonatal | Jaundice, obstructive | Jaw | Jawbone | JC virus | JCI | JCML | JCV | Jealousy, delusional | JEB (junctional epidermolysis bullosa) | Jejunal | Jejunostomy | Jejunum | Jellyfish itch | Jellyfish sting | Jenner's method | Jennerian method | Jennerization | Jenny Craig | Jequirity pea | Jerk, hypnic | Jerk, sleep | Jewett staging system | | Jimmy Fund | JIP
Jm-Jz | JMML | Jock itch | Jogger's nails | John H. Gibbon, Jr. | John Hughlings Jackson | John La Montagne | John W. Kirkland | Johnnies | Johnny | Johnson-Stevens syndrome | Joint | Joint aspiration | Joint hypermobility syndrome | Joint, AC | Joint, acetabular | Joint, acromioclavicular | Joint, ankle | Joint, atlas and axis | Joint, atloaxoid | Joint, ball-and-socket | Joint, calcaneocuboid | Joint, elbow | Joint, knee | Joint, patellofemoral | Joint, shoulder | Joint, temporomandibular | Joint, TM | Joints of the body, principal | Jordi Casals-Ariet | Joseph Warshaw | Joshua Lederberg | Journal of Clinical Investigation | Journal of the American Medical Association | Journal of the National Cancer Institute | Journal, medical, first American | Journals, medical | JP drain | JPC | JPS | Jugular | Jugular vein | Jugular vein, external | Jugular vein, internal | Julius Axelrod | Jumper's knee | Junctional epidermolysis bullosa | Juncture | June cold | Junk DNA | Jurisprudence, medical | Juvenile | Juvenile chronic arthritis, systemic-onset | Juvenile chronic myelogenous leukemia | Juvenile CML | Juvenile diabetes | Juvenile hyaline fibromatosis | Juvenile intestinal polyposis | Juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis | Juvenile melanoma | Juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia | Juvenile polyposis | Juvenile polyposis coli | Juvenile polyposis of stomach | Juvenile polyposis syndrome | Juvenile retinoschisis | Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis | Juvenile-onset diabetes | Juxta- | Juxtaarticular | Juxtaglomerular apparatus | Juxtaposition | Juxtapyloric | Juxtaspinal | Juxtavesicular


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Ka-Kg | K (potassium) | K kingae | Kala-azar | Kalemia | Kanner syndrome | Kaposi sarcoma | Kartagener syndrome | Karyocyte | Karyokinesis | Karyotype | Karyotype, spectral (SKY) | Karyotyping | Karyotyping, flow | Kashin-Beck disease | Kashin-Bek disease | Kawasaki disease | kb | KB | Kearns-Sayre syndrome | Kegel exercises | Kelman, Charles D. | Keloid | Keratectomy | | Keratin | Keratitis | Keratitis, acanthamoeba | Keratitis, rosacea | Keratitis, vaccinia | Keratitis-ichthyosis-deafness syndrome | Kerato- | Keratoconjunctivitis | Keratoconus | Keratoderma hereditarium mutilans | Keratodermia blennorrhagicum | Keratolytic | Keratoma | Keratoplasty | Keratosis | Keratosis follicularis | Keratosis pilaris | Keratosis, actinic | Keratosis, seborrheic | Keratosis, senile | Keratosis, solar | Keratotic scabies | Keratotomy | Keratotomy, radial | Kernicterus | Kernig sign | Keshan disease | Ketoacidosis | Ketogenic diet | Ketone | Ketone bodies | Ketone body | Ketonuria | Ketosis-prone diabetes
Kh-Km | KHM | KID syndrome | Kiddie cam | Kiddie-cam | Kiddiecam | Kidney | Kidney cancer | Kidney Dis, Nat'l Inst of Diabetes and Digestive | Kidney disease screening | Kidney infection in children | Kidney scoping | Kidney stone | Kidney stones, cystine | Kidney transplant | Kikuchi disease | Kilobase | Kilocalorie | Kimmelstiel-Wilson disease | Kimmelstiel-Wilson syndrome | Kinder-cam | Kindercam | Kindred | Kinesin | Kinetic | Kinetics | King's evil | Kingella kingae | Kinky hair syndrome | Kinome | Kinsey Report | Kinship | Kirklin | Kirklin, John W. | Kiss | Kissing bug | Kissing disease | Kit, emergency supplies | Klebsiella | Kleine-Levin syndrome | Klinefelter syndrome | Klippel-Feil anomalad | Klippel-Feil anomaly | Klippel-Feil deformity | Klippel-Feil phenotype | Klippel-Feil sequence | Klippel-Feil syndrome | Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber (KTW) syndrome | Klumpke palsy | Klumpke paralysis | Klumpke's palsy
Kn-Kz | Knee | Knee bursitis | Knee jerk | Knee joint | Knee ligaments | Knee phenomenon | Knee replacement, total | Knee, artificial | Knee, housemaid's | Knee, jumper's | Knee, secretary's | Knee-jerk | Kneecap | Knock-knees | Knockout | Knockout mouse | Knuckle | Koch's postulates | Kok disease | Koplik's spots | Kostmann disease | Krabbe disease | Krukenberg tumor | KSS | KUB | KUB film | Kubler-Ross | Kubler-Ross | Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth | Kubler-Ross, Elizabeth | Kuru | Kussmaul breathing | Kveim test | Kwashiorkor | Kyphoplasty | Kyphoscoliosis | Kyphosis | Kyphosis, postmenopausal cervical


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La-La | L | l- | L1-L5 (lumbar vertebrae) | La Leche League | La Montagne | La Montagne, John | LAAM | Lab | Lab result | Lab test | Labia | Labia majora | Labia minora | Labia, oral | Labia, vaginal | | Labile | Labile diabetes | Lability | Labiodental sound | Labium | Labor | Labor support professional | Labor, false | Laboratory | Laboratory, Jackson | Labra | Labrocyte | Labrum | Labyrinth | Labyrinthitis | LAC encephalitis | Laceration | Lacrimal | Lacrimal gland | Lacrimation | LaCrosse encephalitis | Lactase | Lactase deficiency | Lactate dehydrogenase | Lactation | Lactic acidosis | Lactobacillus | Lactobacillus acidophilus | Lactose | Lactose intolerance | Lacuna | LAM | Lamarckism | LAMB syndrome | Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome | Lamella | Lamin A | Lamin A/C | Lamina | Laminaria | Laminectomy | Laminopathy | LaMontagne | Lancet | Lancet device | Lancet, The | Lancing device | Landau-Kleffner syndrome | Landry ascending paralysis | Landry's ascending paralysis | Landslide injury | Langer-Saldino type achondrogenesis | Langerhans, islets of | Lansing virus | Laparoscope | Laparoscopic | Laparoscopic assisted vaginal hysterectomy | Laparoscopic cholecystectomy | Laparoscopic staging | Laparoscopy | Laparotomy | Large bowel | Large cell carcinoma | Large intestine | Large saphenous vein | Large-cell lymphoma | Laribacter hongkongensis | Laryngeal | Laryngeal dystonia | Laryngeal framework surgery | Laryngeal nerve palsy | Laryngeal nerve, recurrent | Laryngeal palsy | Laryngeal papilloma | Laryngeal papillomatosis | Laryngeal papillomatosis, juvenile | Laryngeal stenosis | Laryngectomee | Laryngectomy | Laryngectomy, partial | Laryngectomy, total | Laryngitis | Laryngitis, reflux | Laryngomalacia | Laryngoscope | Laryngoscopist | Laryngoscopy | Laryngostasis | Laryngotomy | Larynx | Larynx transplant | Laser | Laser coagulation | Laser surgery | Laser surgery, YAG | Laser, argon | Laser, excimer | Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis | LASIK | Lassa fever | Lassa virus | Lassitude | Last menstrual period | Late infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy | Latent | Lateral | Lateral collateral ligament (LCL) of the knee | Lateral epicondylitis | Lateral femoral cutaneous mononeuropathy | Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve | Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve syndrome | Lateral meniscus of the knee | Lateral ventricle | Lateral X-ray | Latham bowl | Lattice dystrophy | Laughing gas | Launois-Bensaude syndrome | Lauterbur | Lauterbur, Paul C. | Lavage | LAVH | Law, Hardy-Weinberg | Lawson Wilkins | Laxative | Lay midwife | Laying on of hands | Laynx, pneumatic | Lazy eye
Lb-Le | lb. | LCHAD deficiency | LCL (lateral collateral ligament) of the knee | LCSW | LDH | LDL (low-density lipoprotein) | LDL cholesterol | Lead poisoning | Lead-based paint | Leaded | Leaded gasoline | Leaded petrol | Lean body mass | Learning disability | Learning problem | Lecithinase | Lectin | Lederberg | Lederberg, Joshua | Leech | Leech therapy | Left atrium | Left heart | Left heart hypoplasia syndrome | Left hepatic duct | Left ventricle | Left ventricular assist device | Left-handed | Leg | Leg pain with cramping | Leg, ankle and foot bones | Leg, lower | Leg, upper | Legal blindness | Legal medicine | Legg disease | Legg-Calve-Perthes disease | Legg-Perthes disease | Legionella | Legionnaire disease | Leiomyoma | Leiomyosarcoma | Leishmania | Leishmania infection | Leishmaniasis | Leishmaniasis, visceral | Lemierre syndrome | Lenin | Lennox syndrome | Lennox-Gastaut syndrome | Lens | Lens, intraocular | Lens, objective | Lens, ocular | Lentigines | Lentiginosis profusa syndrome | Lentigo | Lentigo maligna melanoma | Lentigo, senile | Lenz microphthalmia syndrome | Leon virus | LEOPARD syndrome | Leper | Lepra | Leprosy | Leptin | Leptomeningeal | Leptomeninges | Leptospirosis | Lesbian | Lesbian suicide risk | Lesbianism | Lesion | Let down reflex | Lethal | Lethal gene, zygotic | Lethargy | Letrozole | Leu | Leucemia | Leucine | Leucovorin | Leuk- | Leukemia | Leukemia, accelerated phase of | Leukemia, acute | Leukemia, acute lymphoblastic | Leukemia, acute lymphocytic | Leukemia, acute myelogenous | Leukemia, acute myeloid | Leukemia, acute nonlymphocytic | Leukemia, blastic phase of | Leukemia, chronic lymphocytic | Leukemia, chronic phase of | Leukemia, hairy cell | Leukemia, hairy-cell | Leukemia, juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia | Leukemia, lymphocytic | Leukemia, myelogenous | | Leukemia, smoldering | Leukemia, t(8;21) | Leukemic reticuloendotheliosis | Leukemoid reaction | Leuko- | Leukocoria | Leukocyte count | Leukocyte, granular | Leukocyte,eosinophilic | Leukocytes | Leukocytosis | Leukodystrophy | Leukoencephalopathy with vanishing white matter | Leukomalacia, cystic periventricular | Leukopenia | Leukoplakia | Leukoreduction | Leukotriene | Level 1 biosafety | Level 2 biosafety | Level 3 biosafety | Level 4 biosafety | Levite | Levo- | Levo-alpha acetyl methadol | Levocardia | Levonorgestrel | Levothyroxine | Lewis Thomas | Lewis, Edward B
Lf-Lj | LFCN | LGV | Lhermitte sign | LHRH agonist | Li-Fraumeni syndrome (LFS) | Libido | Library | Library, arrayed | Library, cDNA | Library, genomic | Lice, head | Lice, pubic | Licensed clinical social worker | Lichen planus | Lichenification | Lichtenberg figures | Life support | Life-support | Lifestyle disease | Lifetime risk | Ligament | Ligament, anterior cruciate | Ligament, lateral collateral knee | Ligament, medial collateral knee | Ligament, patellar | Ligament, posterior cruciate | Ligaments, knee | Ligand | Ligate | Lightening | Lightheadedness | Lightning injuries | Lights, flashing | Lilliputian hallucination | Limb | Limb-girdle muscular dystrophy | Liminal | Lindane | Lindau-von Hippel syndrome | Line, central | Line, central venous | Line, germ | Line, single transverse palmar | Lineage, cell | Lingelsheimia | Lingual | Lingual gyrus | Lining, uterine | Linkage | Linkage analysis | Linkage map | Linus Pauling | Lip | Lip, cleft | Lipectomy, suction-assisted | Lipid | Lipid profile | Lipid storage diseases | Lipids | Lipitor | Lipodystrophy | Lipodystrophy syndrome | Lipodystrophy, cephalothoracic | Lipoid nephrosis | Lipoidosis, sphingomyelin | Lipoma | Lipomatosis, multiple symmetric | Lipophilin | Lipoprotein | Lipoproteins | Liposarcoma | Liposuction | Liposuction, tumescent | Liposuction, ultrasonic-assisted | Lips | Liquid diet | Liquid nitrogen | Liquor cerebrospinalis | Lissencephaly | Lissencephaly syndrome | Listeria | Listeriosis | Liter | Lithium | Lithium carbonate | Litho- | Lithobid | Lithotomy | Lithotomy position | Lithotripsy | Lithotripsy, extracorporeal shock wave | Lithotripsy, percutaneous nephro- (PNL) | Lithotriptor | Litmus | Litmus test | Little lady of Flores | Little People of America | Live animal market | Livedo reticularis | Liver | Liver biopsy | Liver cancer, adult primary | Liver cancer, childhood | Liver disease | Liver fluke | Liver of pregnancy, acute fatty | Liver shunt | Liver spot | Liver transplant | Liver transplantation, living donor | Livid | Living donor liver transplantation | Living will | Lizard bite
Lk-Lo | LKS | LL | LLL | LLQ | LMP | LN2 | Loa loa | Lobar | Lobe | Lobectomy | Lobstein's disease | Lobular carcinoma of the breast, infiltrating | Lobule | Local seizure | Local therapy | Local treatment | Lochia | Locked-in syndrome | Lockjaw | Locomotion | Locomotive system | Locoregional | Locoregional anesthesia | Locoregional metastasis | Locus | Locus minoris resistentiae | LOD score | Loeys-Dietz syndrome | Loiasis | Loin | Loneliness, fear of | Long arm of a chromosome | Long QT syndrome | Long-chain-3-hydroxyacyl-CoA dehydrogenase def | long-chain-3-hydroxyacyl-CoA dehydrogenase def. | Long-term care facility | Long-term memory | Longevity | Longitudinal | Longitudinal section | Longitudinal study | Lordosis | Loss-of-function mutation | Lou Gehrig disease | Louise Brown | Louse-borne typhus | Love pearls | Low back pain | Low blood pressure | Low blood sugar | Low placenta | Low tension glaucoma | Low vision | Low vision device | Low-grade lymphoma | Low-set ear | Lower GI series | Lower leg | Lower motor neuron | Lower segment Cesarian section (LSCS)
Lp-Lz | LP (lumbar puncture) | LPA | LQTS | LSCS | LSD | Lubricant | Lues | Luetic | LUL | Lumbar | Lumbar puncture | Lumbar radiculopathy | Lumbar spinal stenosis | Lumbar strain | Lumbar vertebrae | Lumen | Lumpectomy | Lung cancer, familial | Lung cancer, non-small cell | Lung cancer, oat cell | Lung cancer, small cell | Lung reduction surgery | Lung transplant | Lung volume reduction surgery | Lung, and Blood Institute, National Heart, | Lung, collapsed | Lungs | Lunula | Lunule | Lupus | Lupus in pregnancy | LUQ | Luschka, foramina of | Luteinizing hormone | Luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone | Luxation | LVAD | LVF | LVRS | Lycanthropy | Lycopene | Lyme disease | Lymph | Lymph gland | Lymph node | Lymph node, sentinel | Lymphadenitis, regional | Lymphadenopathy | Lymphadenopathy virus | Lymphadenopathy-associated virus | Lymphangiogram | Lymphangioleiomyomatosis | Lymphangioma | Lymphangitis | Lymphatic | Lymphatic edema | Lymphatic filariasis | Lymphatic system | Lymphatic tissue | Lymphatics | Lymphedema | Lymphedema, congenital | Lymphoblastic leukemia, acute (ALL) | Lymphocyte | Lymphocytic | Lymphocytic colitis | Lymphocytic leukemia, acute (ALL) | Lymphocytosis | Lymphogranuloma venereum | Lymphoid | Lymphoid tissue | Lymphoma | Lymphoma, aggressive | Lymphoma, AIDS-related | Lymphoma, Burkitt | Lymphoma, high-grade | Lymphoma, indolent | Lymphoma, intermediate-grade | Lymphoma, low-grade | Lymphoma, lymphoblastic | Lymphoma, MALT | Lymphoma, non-Hodgkin | Lymphoproliferative | Lymphoproliferative disorders | Lymphoreticulosis, benign | Lynch syndrome | Lyon hypothesis | Lyonization | Lyophilization | Lyophilize | Lys | Lysenkoism | Lysergic acid diethylamide | Lysine | Lysis | Lysosomal enzyme | Lysosome | Lytic


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Ma-Ma | M protein | M. avium | M. intercellulare | M. leprae | M. marinum | M.D. | MAB | mab | MAC | Macerate | Macewen operation | Macewen sign | Machine, continuous passive motion machine | Machine, CPM | Machine, heart-lung | Macro- (prefix) | Macroangiopathy | Macrobiota | Macrobiotic | Macrobiotic diet | Macrocephaly | Macrocephaly, multiple lipomas, and hemangiomas | Macrocytic | Macrogenitosomia | Macroglobulinemia | Macroglobulinemia, Waldenstrom | Macroglossia | Macrognathia | Macrolide | Macroorchidism | Macrophage | Macrophage inhibitory cytokine 1 | Macrophagic myofasciitis | Macroscopic | Macrosomia | Macrovascular | Macrovascular disease | Macula | Macular | Macular (skin) | Macular cyst | Macular degeneration | Macular hole | Macular pucker | Macular retinopathy | Macular vision | Macule | Macules | Maculopathy | Maculopathy, cellophane | Mad deer disease | Madelung disease | MADH4 | Mag sulfate | Magendie, foramen of | Maggot | Magic bullet | Magnesia | Magnesium | Magnesium deficiency | Magnesium excess | Magnesium sulfate | Magnet therapy | Magnetic resonance elastography | Magnetic resonance imaging | Magnetic resonance perfusion imaging | Magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging | Magnetic-targeted carrier | Maimonides' prayer | Mainstream medicine | Maintenance therapy | Major | Major anomaly | Major anxiety disorder | Major depression | Major gene | Major histocompatibility complex | Makeup, permanent | Malabsorption | Malacia | Malady | Malaise | Malar | Malaria | Malaria, falciparum | Malaria, pregnancy-associated | Malariologist | Malariology | Malattia leventinese | Male | Male breast cancer | Male chromosome | Male chromosome complement | Male condom | Male external genitalia | Male genitalia | Male gonad | Male internal genitalia | Male organs of reproduction | Male pelvis | Male sexual orientation gene | Malformation | Malformation, arteriovenous | Malformation, arteriovenous (AVM) | Malformation, congenital | Malignancy | Malignant | Malignant ascites | Malignant giant cell tumor | Malignant melanoma | Malleability, brain | Malleolus | Mallet | Malleus | Malnutrition | Malnutrition-related diabetes | Malrotated ear | Malrotation of the intestine | MALT | MALT lymphoma | MAM | Mammaplasty, reduction | Mammary gland | Mammogram | Mammogram, screening | Managed care | Mandible | Maneuver, Heimlich | Maneuver, Valsalva | Mania | Mania, mixed | Manic | Manic-depression | Manic-depressive disease | Manicheel tree | Manny | Manometry | Manorexia | Mansfield | Mansfield, Peter | Mantoux test | MAO inhibitor | MAOI | MAP | Map, contig | Map, cytogenetic | Map, linkage | Map, physical | Map-dot-fingerprint type corneal dystrophy | Maple syrup urine disease | Mapping | Mapping, gene | Marasmus | Marburg disease | Marburg virus | Marfan syndrome | Margaret Mead | Marie-Strumpell disease | Marijuana | Marinesco-Sjogren syndrome | Mark of Cain | Marker | Marker chromosome | Marker gene | Marker, blood | Marker, tumor | Marmoreal | Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome | Marriage, cousin | Marrow | Marsh fever | Marshall W. Nirenberg | Marshall-Smith syndrome | Martin Rodbell | Martinus W. Beijerinck | Martorell syndrome | Marx | Marx, Gertie F. | MASA syndrome | Mask of pregnancy | Mask, oxygen | Masklike face | Masochism | Mass spectrometry | MASS syndrome | Massage | Massage therapist | Masseter | Mast cell | Mast cell tumor | Mast syndrome | Mastalgia | Mastectomy | Mastectomy, double | Mastectomy, modified radical | Mastectomy, preventative | Mastectomy, prophylactic | Mastectomy, radical | Mastectomy, simple | Mastectomy, subcutaneous | Masticate | Mastitis | Mastocyte | Mastocytoma | Mastocytosis | Mastoid | Mastoiditis | Materfamilias | Materia medica | Maternal | Maternal age | Maternal mortality rate | Maternal myasthenia gravis | Maternal phenylketonuria | Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein (MSAFP) | Materteral | Materterine | Mathematics disorder | Matricectomy | Matter, gray | Matter, white | Maturity onset diabetes of the young | Maxilla
Mb-Mf | Mb | MB ChB | MBChB | MCAD | MCAD deficiency | MCAF | McArdle disease | McArdle's disease | MCAT | McBurney's point | McClintock | McClintock, Barbara | McCune-Albright syndrome | MCD | MCH | MCHC | MCI | McKusick-Kaufman syndrome | MCL (medial collateral ligament) of the knee | MCP | MCP1 | MCPH1 | MCTD | MCV | MD | MDCT | MDI | MDMA | MDR | MDS | Me-too drug | Mead | Mead, Margaret | Meadow syndrome | Meal moth | Mean cell hemoglobin | Mean cell hemoglobin concentration | Mean cell volume | Measles | Measles encephalitis | Measles immunization | Measles syndrome, atypical (AMS) | Measly | Measly tapeworm | Meatus | Meatus, female urethral | Mechanical ventilation | Meckel's diverticulum | Meconium | Meconium ileus | MECP2 (methyl-CpG-binding protein-2) | Med school | Med-school syndrome | Med1 DNA repair gene | Media, contrast | Medial | Medial collateral ligament (MCL) of the knee | Medial meniscus of the knee | Medial occipitotemporal gyrus | Median | Mediastinoscopy | Mediastinotomy | Mediastinum | Medic Alert | Medicaid | Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) | Medical device | Medical directives, advance | Medical etymology | Medical geography | Medical helminthology | Medical history | Medical journal, first American | Medical journals | Medical jurisprudence | Medical physics | Medical prefix | Medical Repository | Medical Research Council | Medical research resource, ATCC as | Medical school | Medical school syndrome | Medical school, first American | Medical scientist | Medical symbol | Medical word origin | Medical-school syndrome | MedicAlert | Medicalize | Medicare | Medicare Part A | Medicare Part B | Medicated stent | Medication | Medication, ACE-inhibitor | Medication, anti-infective | Medication, anti-platelet | Medication, antibiotic | Medication, anticoagulant | Medication, antifungal | Medication, antimicrobial | Medication, antiprotozoal | Medication, antiviral | Medication, beta-blocker | Medication, clot-dissolving | Medication, generic | Medication, vasodilator | Medicine, adoption | Medicine, Chinese | Medicine, family | Medicine, forensic | Medicine, geriatric | Medicine, homeopathic | Medicine, legal | Medicine, naturopathic | Medicine, nuclear | Medicine, occupational | Medicine, transfusion | Medicine, travel | Medicins Sans Frontieres | Medifast diet | Medigap | Medigap policy | Meditation | Mediterranean anemia | Mediterranean diet | Mediterranean Fever | Mediterranean-style diet | Medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase | Medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency | MEDLARS | MEDLINE | MEDVAC | MEF2A | Mega- (prefix) | Megabase | Megacolon | Megakaryocyte | Megalencephaly | Megrim | Meibomian cyst | Meibomian gland | Meibomianitis | Meibomitis | Meiosis | Meiotic | Meiotic drive | | Melan- (prefix) | Melancholia | Melanin | Melanocyte | Melanoderma | Melanoma | Melanoma of the eye | Melanoma thickness | Melanoma vaccine | Melanoma, juvenile | Melanoma, acral-lentiginous | Melanoma, amelanotic | Melanoma, benign | Melanoma, choroidal | Melanoma, ciliary body | Melanoma, conjunctival | Melanoma, eye | Melanoma, intraocular | Melanoma, iris | Melanoma, lentigo maligna | Melanoma, malignant | Melanoma, nodular | Melanoma, ocular | Melanoma, superficial spreading | Melanoma, uveal | Melanosis coli | MELAS syndrome | Melasma | Melatonin | MELD | Melena | Melioidosis | Melittin | Melomania | Melorheostosis | Meltdown, genetic | Membrane | Membrane attack complex | Membrane cofactor protein | Membrane metalloendopeptidase | Membrane, epiretinal | Membrane, vaginal | Membrane-associated neutral endopeptidase | Membranous | Membranous gingivitis, acute | Membranous glomerulonephritis | Membranous nephropathy | Membranous vitreous type Stickler syndrome | Memory | Memory B cells | Memory span | Memory, anterograde | Memory, explicit | Memory, implicit | Memory, long-term | Memory, recent | Memory, short-term | Memory, working | Menangle virus | Menarche | Mendel, Gregor | Mendelian | Mendelian inheritance | Mendelism | Menetrier disease | Menetrier disease | Menetrier's disease | Menetrier's disease | Meniere disease | Meninges | Meningioma | Meningitis | Meningitis vaccine | Meningitis, aseptic | Meningitis, bacterial | Meningitis, benign recurrent aseptic | Meningitis, cryptococcal | Meningitis, infectious | Meningitis, Kernig sign of | Meningitis, meningococcal | Meningitis, Mollaret | Meningitis, neoplastic | Meningitis, tuberculous | Meningitis, viral | Meningocele (MM) | Meningococcal infection | Meningococcal meningitis | Meningococcal vaccine | Meningococcus | Meningoencephalitis | Meningomyelocele | Meniscus | Meniscus injury | Meniscus, lateral knee | Meniscus, medial knee | Menkes syndrome | Menometrorrhagia | Menopause | Menopause transition | Menopause, chemical | Menopause, induced | Menopause, natural | Menopause, radiation | Menopause, surgical | Menorrhagia | Menstrual | Menstrual cramps | Menstrual cycle | Menstrual irregularity | Menstrual migraine | Menstrual spotting | Menstrual synchronization | Menstrually associated migraine | Menstruation | Menstruation, anovular | Menstruation, cessation of | Menstruation, retrograde | Mental child injury | Mental retardation | Mental retardation and clasped thumbs | Mental retardation, blindness, deafness, seizures | Mentum | Meralgia paresthetica | Mercaptopurine | Mercury gilding | Mercury poisoning | Merkel cell carcinoma | Merkle cell carcinoma | Mesenteric artery | Mesenteric vein | Mesentery | Mesial | Mesmerism | Mesoderm | Mesodermal | Mesothelin | Mesothelioma | Messenger RNA | Met | Metabolic | Metabolic diseases, inherited | Metabolic rate, basal | Metabolic syndrome | Metabolism | Metabolism, inborn error of | Metabolomics | Metabonomics | Metacarpals | Metacentric chromosome | Metagene | Metallomembrane endopeptidase | Metanalysis | Metaphase (cell cycle) | Metaphase chromosome | Metaphyseal chondrodysplasia (McKusick type) | Metapneumovirus | Metapneumovirus, human | Metastasis | Metastasize | Metatarsal | Metatarsals | Metatarsophalangeal | Metatarsophalangeal joint sprain | Metatarsus | Meter, peak-flow | Meter, pH | Metered dose inhaler | Metered-dose inhaler | Methadone | Methadone treatment program | Methanococcus jannaschii | Methemoglobin | Methemoglobinemia | Methicillin | Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus | Methionine | Method, rhythm | Methotrexate | Methyl bromide | Methyl-CpG-binding protein-2 (MECP2) | Methylation | Methylenedioxymethamphetamine | Methylmalonicaciduria | Methylmercury | Metrorrhagia | Meuse fever
Mg-Mk | mg | MG (myasthenia gravis) | mGy | MHC | MI | Miasma | Miasmic | MIC-1 | Michael Stuart Brown | Micro- | Micro-RNA | Microabscess | Microalbuminuria | Microangiopathy | Microarray | Microbe | Microbicide | Microcephalin | Microcephalin 1 | Microcephaly | Microchimerism | Microcystic corneal dystrophy | Microcytic | Microdeletion | Microdosimetry | Microduplication | Microduplication 22q11.2 syndrome | Microembolus | Microhematuria | Microorchidism | Micropenis | Microphallus | Microphthalmia | Microphthalmia syndrome, Lenz | Micropigmentation | Microscope | Microscope, compound | Microscope, electron | Microscope, fluorescent | Microscope, simple | Microscopic | Microscopic anatomy | Microscopic gallstones | Microscopy | Microscopy, cryo-electron | Microscopy, electron | Microsomia | Microsurgery | Microtia | Microtubule motor | Microtubule motor protein | Microvascular | Microvascular disease | Microvascular surgery | Micturate | Micturition | Micturition syncope | Midbrain aqueduct | Middle ear | Middle ear infection, acute | Midget | Midgut volvulus | Midlife crisis | Midnight children | Midnight disease | Midwife | Midwife assistant | Midwife, certified | Midwife, certified nurse | Midwife, certified professional | Midwife, direct-entry | Midwife, empirical | Midwife, lay | Midwife, traditional | Mifepristone | Migraine | Migraine aura | Migraine headache | Migraine without aura | Migraine, abdominal | Migraine, classic | Migraine, common | Migraine, menstrual | Migraine, menstrually associated | Migraine, ocular | Migraine, ophthalmic | Migraineur | Migrainous neuralgia | Mild cognitive impairment | Miliary aneurysm | Miliary tuberculosis | Milk allergy, cow | Milk, witch's | Miller's lung | Miller-Dieker syndrome | Milligram | Milligray | Milwaukee brace | Milzbrand | Mimesis | Mimetic | Minamata disease | Mind | Miner's asthma | Mineral requirements, infant | Mineralocorticoids | Minimal change disease | Minimal change nephrotic syndrome | Minimal residual disease | Minimally invasive lung volume reduction | Minipill | Minocin | Minocycline | Minor | Minor anomaly | Minor salivary gland | Minot-Von Willebrand disease | Miosis | miRNA | Mirror, mouth | Miscarriage | Miscarriage, multiple | Mismatch repair | Missense mutation | Mite | Mite, dust | Mite-borne typhus | Miticide | Mitochondria | Mitochondrial | Mitochondrial cytopathy, Kearns-Sayre type | Mitochondrial disease | Mitochondrial DNA | Mitochondrial encephalopathy, MELAS | Mitochondrial genome | Mitochondrial inheritance | Mitochondrion | Mitosis | Mitotic | Mitral insufficiency | Mitral prolapse | Mitral regurgitation | Mitral valve | Mitral valve prolapse | Mittelschmerz | Mixed bipolar state | Mixed connective tissue disease | Mixed mania | Mixed-lineage leukemia
Ml-Mo | MLVT | mm | MM | MME | MMR | MMWR | MND | Modafinil | Model end stage liver disease | Modeling, chromatin | Modelling, chromatin | Modifiers, biological response (BRMs) | MODY | Mohs surgery | Moisturize | Molar | Molars | Mold | Mole | Molecular biology | Molecular phylogenetics | Molecule | Molecules, recombinant DNA | Mollaret meningitis | Molluscacide | Molluscicide | Molluscum contagiosum | Momism | Monaural | Mongolism | Monilia | Moniliasis, oral | Monitor, Holter | Monkeypox | Mono | Monoamine oxidase inhibitor | Monoarticular | Monochromat | Monochromatism | Monoclonal | Monoclonal antibody | Monocular | Monocular diplopia | Monocyte | Monocyte chemotactic and activating factor | Monocyte chemotactic protein-1 | Monogenic | Mononeuritis | Mononeuritis multiplex | Mononeuropathy | Mononucleosis | Mononucleotide | Monosodium glutamate | Monosomy | Monozygous twins | Monte Carlo simulation | Montgomery, William W. | Moonflower | Moral behavior center | Moraxella kingae | Morbid jealousy | Morbidity | Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report | Morbilli | Morbus gallicus | Mordant | Morgagni's tubercle | Morgue | Morning glory syndrome | Morning sickness | Morning-after pill | Morphea | Morpheus | Morphia | Morphine | Morphology | Morquio syndrome | Mortality | Mortality rate | Mortality rate, fetal | Mortality rate, infant | Mortality rate, maternal | Mortality rate, neonatal | Mortality, infant | Morton disease | Morton foot | Morton metatarsalgia | Morton nerve entrapment | Morton neuroma | Morton syndrome | Morton toe | Morton's disease | Morton's foot | Morton's metatarsalgia | Morton's nerve entrapment | Morton's neuroma | Morton's syndrome | Morton's toe | Mosaic | Moscati | Moscati, St. Joseph | Mother | Motherese | Motility study, antro-duodenal | Motion sickness | Motion, range of | Motoneuron | Motor | Motor neuron | Motor neuron disease | Motor neurone disease | Motulsky dye test | Mountain sickness | Mountain sickness, acute (AMS) | Mourning | Mourning, public | Mouse genome | Mouse, deer | Mouse, white-footed | Mousepox | Mouth | Mouth mirror | Mouth, dry | Mouth, trench | Movement, fetal | Movement, saccadic | Mower injury | Moyamoya
Mp-Mu | MP | MPH | MPO | MPO deficiency | MPS | MRA | MRC | MRCP | MRD | MRDM | MRI | MRI, endorectal | mRNA | MRSA infection | MRSI | MS | MS/MS | MSAFP (maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein) | MSBP | MSG | MST | MSTN | MSUD | mtDNA | MTX | Mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome | Mucolipidosis | Mucolipidosis I | Mucolipidosis III | Mucolipidosis IV | Mucopolysaccharidosis | Mucopolysaccharidosis type I | Mucopolysaccharidosis type II | Mucopolysaccharidosis type IIIA | Mucopolysaccharidosis type IIIB | Mucopolysaccharidosis type IIIC | Mucopolysaccharidosis type IIID | Mucopolysaccharidosis type IVA | Mucopolysaccharidosis type IVB | Mucopolysaccharidosis type VI | Mucopolysaccharidosis type VII | Mucopolysaccharidosis type VIII | Mucormycosis | Mucosa | Mucositis | Mucous | Mucoviscidosis | Mucus | Mucus colitis | Mucus, nasal | Mudslide injury | Muir-Torre syndrome | Mule | Multi-infarct dementia | Multicellular | Multicentric | Multidetector computed tomography | Multidetector CT | Multidetector-row computed tomography | Multidetector-row CT | Multifactorial | Multifactorial inheritance | Multifocal | Multipara | Multipara, grand | Multiparous | Multiple abortions | Multiple daily injections | Multiple lentigines syndrome | Multiple miscarriage | Multiple myeloma | Multiple organ failure | Multiple personality disorder | Multiple sclerosis | Multiple subpial transection | Multiple symmetric lipomatosis | Multiple system atrophy | Multiple system failure | Multisection computed tomography | Multisection CT | Multislice computed tomography | Multislice CT | Mumps | Mumps immunization | Mumps in pregnancy | Munchausen syndrome | Munchhausen by proxy | Munchhausen syndrome | Munchhausen syndrome | Munchhausen syndrome by proxy | Murine typhus | Murmur | Muromonab-CD3 | Murray Valley encephalitis | Mus musculus | Mus musculus genome | Muscle | Muscle biopsy | Muscle cramp | Muscle relaxant | Muscle, abductor | Muscle, adductor | Muscle, cardiac | Muscle, central core disease of | Muscle, ciliary | Muscle, heart | Muscle, infraspinatus | Muscle, papillary | Muscle, piriformis | Muscle, psoas | Muscle, subscapularis | Muscle, supraspinatus | Muscle, teres minor | Muscles, abdominal | Muscular | Muscular atrophy, post-polio (PPMA) | Muscular dystrophy | Muscular dystrophy, Becker | Muscular dystrophy, congenital | Muscular dystrophy, distal | Muscular dystrophy, Emery-Dreifuss | Muscular dystrophy, facioscapulohumeral | Muscular dystrophy, limb-girdle | Muscular dystrophy, myotonic | Muscular dystrophy, oculopharyngeal | Muscular dystrophy, tibial | Muscular dystrophy, Ullrich congenital | Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, Nat'l Institute | Musculus | Music therapy | Musical hallucination | Musical hallucinosis | Musicomania | Musicotherapy | Musset sign | Mustard (Arabidopsis thaliana) genome | Mutagen | Mutagenesis | Mutant | Mutation | Mutation, acquired | Mutation, germline | Mutation, hereditary | Mutation, missense | Mutation, nonsense | Mutation, null | Mutation, point | Mutation, private | Mutation, somatic | Mute | Mutilating keratoderma | Mutism | Mutism, akinetic | Mutism, elective | MUTYH

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Mv-Mz | MVP | Myalgia | Myalgia, epidemic | Myasthenia gravis | Myc- | Mycelia | Mycelium | Mycet- | Myco- | Mycobacteria | Mycobacterium | Mycobacterium avium | Mycobacterium avium complex | Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis | Mycobacterium chelonae | Mycobacterium intercellulare | Mycobacterium leprae | Mycobacterium marinum | Mycobacterium tuberculosis | Mycobacterium ulcerans | Mycoplasma | Mycosis fungoides | Mycotoxin | Mydriasis | Myelin | Myelination | Myelinization | Myelitis | Myelitis, transverse | Myelodysplastic syndrome | Myeloencephalitis | Myelofibrosis | Myelogenous | Myelogenous leukemia, acute | Myelogram | Myeloid | Myeloid leukemia, acute | Myeloma | Myeloperoxidase | Myeloperoxidase deficiency | Myeloproliferative | Myeloproliferative disorders | MYH | MYH syndrome | Myo- (prefix) | Myocardial bridge | Myocardial infarction | Myocardial infarction, acute | Myocarditis | Myocarditis, viral | Myocardium | Myoclonic seizure | Myoclonic twitch | Myoclonus | Myocyte | Myocyte, cardiac | Myofascial pain syndrome | Myoglobin | Myokymia | Myoma | Myomectomy | Myometrium | Myositis | Myostatin | Myotonic dystrophy | Myotonic dystrophy 2 | Myotonic dystrophy type 2 | Myringotomy | Myxedema, infantile | Myxoma | Myxomata


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Na-Na | n-Hexane | N-nitroso-fenfluramine | Na (sodium) | Nadir | Naegleria fowleri | Naegleria infection | Nail | Nail care | Nail cross furrows | Nail dysgenesis and hypodontia | Nail furrows | Nail grooves | Nail infection, fungal | Nail lines | Nail-patella syndrome | Nails, jogger's | Nails, ringworm of the | Nails, white spots on the | Naloxone | Naltrexone | Naltrexone treatment program | NAME syndrome | Named reporting | Naming diseases | Nanism | Nanny | Nanny cam | Nanny-cam | Nannycam | Napiform | Naprelan | Naprosyn | Naproxen | Narcan | Narcolepsy | Narcotic | Narcotic antagonist treatment | Nares | Naris | NARP | Nasal | Nasal decongestant | Nasal flu vaccine | Nasal mucus | Nasal passage | Nasal prosthesis | Nasal septum | Nasal septum deviation | Nasal septum hematoma | Nasal septum perforation | Nasal-spray flu vaccine | NASH | Naso- | Nasoenteral tube | Nasogastric | Nasogastric tube | Nasopharynx | Nat'l Center for Complementary & Alternative Med. | Nat'l Inst. of Child Health and Human Dev.(NICHD) | Nat'l Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease | Nat'l Institute of Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney | National Academies | National Academy of Sciences | National board exams | National Cancer Institute (NCI) | National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) | National Cholesterol Education Program | National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship | National Eye Institute (NEI) | National Formulary | National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) | National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) | National Institute Arthritis, Musculoskeletal | National Institute for Occupational Safety | National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Res. | National Institute of Environmental Health Science | National Institute of General Medical Sciences | National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) | National Institute of Neurological Disorders | National Institute of Nursing Research | National Institute on Aging (NIA) | National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism | National Institute on Deafness and Other Commun. | National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) | National Institutes of Health (NIH) | National Institutes of Health Clinical Center | National Program of Cancer Registries | National Research Council | Natriuresis | Natriuretic | Natriuretic peptide | Natural family planning | Natural immunity | Natural killer cell | Natural menopause | Natural pacemaker | Naturalistic study | Nature (journal) | Naturopath | Naturopathic | Naturopathic medicine | Naturopathy | Nausea | Navel
Nb-Ne | NBCCS | NBIA | NCCAM | NCCS | NCEP | NCI (National Cancer Institute) | NCRR | NCS | NCV | ND | Neanderthal | Nearsightedness | Nebulization, heated | Nebulizer | Neck | Neck dissection | Neck pain | Neck, chronic stiff | Neck, wry | Necrobiosis | Necrobiosis lipoidica | Necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum | Necropsy | Necrosis | Necrosis, coagulation | Necrotic | Necrotizing fasciitis | Necrotizing gingivitis | Needle biopsy, stereotactic | Needle stick | Needlestick injury | Nef gene | Negative calorie diet | Negative clinical trial | Negative, false | Negative-strand RNA virus | Neglect, child | NEI | Neisseria | Neisseria infection | NEJM | Nematodes | Neo- (prefix) | Neocortex | Neonatal | Neonatal chloramphenicol toxicity | Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia | Neonatal intensive care unit | Neonatal jaundice | Neonatal lupus | Neonatal mortality rate | Neonatal sepsis | Neonate | Neonatologist | Neonatology | Neoplasia | Neoplasm | Neoplastic | NEP | Nephrectomy | Nephritis | Nephritis, acute | Nephritis, infective tubulointerstitial | Nephritis, interstitial | Nephritis, lipomatous | Nephro- | Nephroblastoma | Nephroblastomatosis | Nephrocalcinosis | Nephrogenic rest | Nephrolith | Nephrolithiasis | Nephrolithotripsy, percutaneous (PNL) | Nephrologist | Nephrology | Nephron | Nephronophthisis 1 (NPH1) | Nephropathy | Nephropathy, diabetic | Nephropathy, membranous | Nephrosclerosis | Nephrosis | Nephrosis, lipoid | Nephrotic syndrome, minimal change | Nephrotomogram | Nephrotoxic | Neprilysin | Nerve | Nerve block | Nerve cell | Nerve compression | Nerve conduction study | | Nerve growth factor | Nerve palsy, laryngeal | Nerve pathways, visual | Nerve, abducent | Nerve, accessory | Nerve, afferent | Nerve, efferent | Nerve, eighth cranial | Nerve, eleventh cranial | Nerve, facial | Nerve, fifth cranial | Nerve, first cranial | Nerve, fourth cranial | Nerve, glossopharyngeal | Nerve, hypoglossal | Nerve, ninth cranial | Nerve, oculomotor | Nerve, olfactory | Nerve, optic | Nerve, pinched | Nerve, pressor | Nerve, recurrent laryngeal | Nerve, sciatic | Nerve, second cranial | Nerve, seventh cranial | Nerve, sixth cranial | Nerve, spinal | Nerve, tenth cranial | Nerve, third cranial | Nerve, trigeminal | Nerve, trochlear | Nerve, twelfth cranial | Nerve, vagus | Nerve, vestibulocochlear | Nerves, cranial | Nervine | Nervous colon syndrome | Nervous system, autonomic | Nervous system, central (CNS) | Nervous system, human | Nervous system, parasympathetic | Nervous system, peripheral (PNS) | Nervous system, sympathetic | Nervus ulnaris | Neural | Neural foramen | Neural tube defect | Neuralgia | Neuralgia, ciliary | Neuralgia, facial | Neuralgia, migrainous | Neuralgia, postherpetic | Neuralgia, sphenopalatine | Neuralgia, vidian | Neuraminidase inhibitor | Neurectomy | Neurinoma, acoustic | Neuritis | Neurobiological disorder | Neuroblastoma | Neurocysticercosis | Neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation | Neurodermatitis | Neuroendocrine | Neuroendocrine cancer of the skin | Neuroendocrinology | Neuroepithelial | Neurofibromatosis | Neurofibromatosis type 1 | Neurofibromatosis type 2 | Neurofibromatosis, central | Neurogenesis | Neurogenic | Neurogenic shock | Neuroleptic | Neurological | Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Nat'l Institut | Neurologist | Neurology | Neuroma | Neuroma, acoustic | Neuroma, optic | Neuromuscular | Neuron | Neuron, arcuate | Neuron, sensory | Neuron, spindle | Neuron-specific enolase (NSE) | Neurone | Neuronitis, vestibular | Neurooncologist | Neuropathic pain | Neuropathologist | Neuropathy | Neuropathy, accessory | Neuropathy, Charcot-Marie-Tooth | Neuropathy, diabetic | Neuropathy, hypoglossal | Neuroplasticity | Neuropsychologist | Neuroradiologist | Neuroradiology | Neuroscience | Neuroscientist | Neurosis | Neurosis, hypochondriacal | Neurosteroid | Neurosurgeon | Neurosyphilis | Neurosyphilis, tabes | Neurotheology | Neurotoxic | Neurotoxin | Neurotransmitter | Neutral foot type | Neutral posture | Neutropenia | Neutropenia, severe congenital (SCN) | Neutrophil | Nevi | Nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome | Nevus | New Engl J Med | New England Journal of Medicine | New variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease | New, fear of the | Newborn hearing screen | Newborn intensive care unit | Newborn screening | Newborn test, Brazelton | Nexus
Nf-Nj | NF | NF1 (neurofibromatosis type 1) | NF2 (neurofibromatosis type 2) | NG | NG tube | NGF | NGFB | NHGRI | NHLBI | NIA (National Institute on Aging) | NIAAA (Nat'l Inst. on Alcoh. Abuse and Alcoholism) | Niacin | Niacin deficiency | Niacin for high cholesterol | NIAMS | NICHD | Nickel | Nicotiana tabacum | Nicotine | Nicotinic acid | Nictitate | Nictitating spasm | NICU | NIDA | NIDCD | NIDCR (National Institute of Dental Research) | NIDDK (Nat'l Institute of Diabetes and Kidney) | Nidus | NIEHS | Niemann-Pick disease | Niemann-Pick disease type A | Niemann-Pick disease type C | Night blindness | Night sweats | NIGMS | NIH | Nijmegen breakage syndrome | Nil disease | NIMH | NINDS | Nine-day measles | NINR | Ninth cranial nerve | NIOSH | Nipah virus | Nipple | Nipple absence | Nipple confusion | Nipple discharge | Nipple shield | Nipple, supernumerary | Nirenberg | Nirenberg , Marshall W. | Nit | Nitric oxide | Nitrogen | Nitrogen narcosis | Nitrogen, liquid | Nitrogenous base | Nitrosoureas | Nitrous oxide (laughing gas)
Nk-No | NK cell | NLD | NMR | No show | Nocardia infection | Nocardiosis | Nocebo | Nocturia | Nocturnal amblyopia | Nocturnal enuresis | Nodding syndrome | Node | Node, atrioventricular | Node, AV | Node, Heberden | Node, SA | Node, sentinel lymph | Node, sinoatrial | Node, sinus | Nodes, Osler's | Nodular | Nodular melanoma | Nodule | Nodule, Heberden | Noisome | Nolvadex (tamoxifen) | Nomenclature | Nomenclature of diseases | Nominal aphasia | Non-inferior clinical trial | Non-inferiority clinical trial | Non-insulin-dependent diabetes | Non-rapid eye movement sleep | Non-small cell lung cancer | Nonagenarian | Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis | Nonblinded study | Noncoding DNA | Noncompliance | Nondipper | Nonepidermolytic palmoplantar keratoderma | Nonlymphocytic leukemia, acute | Nonmelanoma skin cancer | Nonocular type Stickler syndrome | Nonoxynol | Nonpathogenic | Nonpenetrant trait | Nonrandom | Nonseminoma | Nonsense codon | Nonsense mutation | Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug | Nonstructural scoliosis | Nonsyndromic | Nonsyndromic deafness | Nook Barker | Noonan syndrome (NS) | Normal growth rate | Normal pressure hydrocephalus | Normal range | Normal tension glaucoma | Normotensive | Normoxia | Norovirus | Norplant contraceptive | North Asian tick-borne rickettsiosis | Northern blot | Norwalk virus | Norwalk-like virus | Norwegian scabies | Nose | Nose job | Nose picking | Nose, runny | Nosebleed | Nosebleed, causes of | Nosebleed, treatment of | Nosocomial | Nosology | Nostradamus | Nostril | Nostrum | Notifiable disease | Novercal
Np-Nu | NP | NPCR | NPH | NREM sleep | NS | NSAID | NSE (neuron-specific enolase) | NTD | Nuchal | Nuchal translucency test | Nuclear family | Nuclear medicine | Nuclei | Nuclei, basal | Nucleic acid | Nucleic acid hybridization | Nucleic acids | Nucleocapsid | Nucleocaspid | Nucleosome | Nucleotide | Nucleus | Nucleus amygdalae | Nucleus, arcuate | Nucleus, caudate | Nude mice | Nude mouse | Null mutation | Nullipara | Nulliparous | Numb | Numbness (Numb) | Nummular eczema | Nurse | Nurse assistant | Nurse practitioner | Nurse, licensed practical | Nurse, licensed vocational | Nurse, registered | Nurse-midwife | Nurse-midwifery | Nursemaid's elbow | Nurses Health Study | Nursing | Nursing home | Nutraceutical | Nutrigenomics | Nutrition | Nutritional neuroscience | Nutritionist
Nv-Nz | nvCJD | Nyctalopia | Nyctanopia | Nymph | Nystagmus


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Oa-Oc | OAE | Oat cell cancer | Oath of Maimonides | OB | OB/GYN | Obese | Obesity | Obesity, endogenous | Obesity, exogenous | Obesity, gynecoid | Obesity-related disease | Objective | OBS | Observer variation | Obsessive-compulsive disorder | Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder | Obstetrical forceps | Obstetrician | Obstetrician/gynecologist | Obstetrics | Obstruction | Obstruction, airway | Obstruction, intestinal | Obstructive sleep apnea | Obtund | Obtunded | Obverse | | Occipital | Occipital bone | Occipital hematoma | Occiput | Occlude | Occlusion | Occult | Occult stool blood test | Occupational disease | Occupational medicine | Occupational Safety and Health Administration | Occupational Safety and Health, Nat'l Institut for | Occupational therapist | OCD | Ocean itch | OCG | Ochronosis | OCP | OCPD | Octalene | Octalox | Octogenarian | Ocular | Ocular conjunctiva | Ocular histoplasmosis syndrome | Ocular melanoma | Ocular prosthesis | Oculo-auriculo-vertebral spectrum | Oculoauriculovertebral dysplasia | Oculocraniosomatic syndrome | Oculocutaneous albinism | Oculodentodigital dysplasia | Oculomotor nerve | Oculoplastics
Od-Om | OD (lens prescription) | ODD syndrome | Odynophagia | Oesophagus | Off-label use | Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP) | Offspring | OGG1 | OHRP | Oil, tropical | Ointment | Okihiro syndrome | OKT3 | Olecranon | Olefaction | Olefactory | Olfaction | Olfactory | Olfactory apparatus | Olfactory bulb | Olfactory disorder | Olfactory nerve | Olfactory system | Oligo- (prefix) | Oligoarthritis | Oligoastrocytoma | Oligodactyly | Oligodendrocyte | Oligodendroglioma | Oligohydramnios | Oligomenorrhea | Oligonucleotide | Oligonucleotide probe | Oligopeptide | Oligospermia | Oliguria | Oliva | Olivae | Olivary | Olive | Olive oil diet | Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. | Olivo- | Olivopontocerebellar | Olivopontocerebellar atrophy | Ollier disease | oma | Omega-3 fatty acids | Omentectomy | Omentum | Ommaya reservoir | Omniscience | Omphalo- | Omphalocele | Omphalos | OMS | OMS (World Health Organization)
On-Oq | On call | Onchocerciasis | Oncogene | Oncogene ErbB | Oncologist | Oncology | Ondine's curse | Oneiric | Oneirophrenia | Oneself, fear of | Onset | Onycho- (prefix) | Onychocryptosis | Onychodystrophy | Onychogryposis | Onycholysis | Onychomycosis | Onychomycosis, proximal white subungual | Onychoosteodysplasia | Oocyte | Oogenesis | Oogonium | Oophorectomy | Oophoritis | OPCA | Open charting | Open cholecystectomy | | Open heart surgery | Open reading frame | Open wound | Open-angle glaucoma | Open-label | Open-label trial | Opening, vaginal | Operating room | Operation | Operation, Blalock-Taussig | Operation, Glenn | Operation, Macewen | Operon | Ophthalmia | Ophthalmic | Ophthalmic artery | Ophthalmic migraine | Ophthalmic veins | Ophthalmitis | Ophthalmologist | Ophthalmology | Ophthalmopathy | Ophthalmoplegia with ragged-red fibers | Ophthalmoplegia-plus syndrome | Ophthalmoscope | Ophthalmoscopy | Opiate | Opiate agonist maintenance | Opioid | Opisthotonos | Opium | Opportunistic condition | Opportunistic infection | Opportunistic microorganism | Optic | Optic cup | Optic disc | Optic glioma | Optic nerve | Optic nerve head | Optic nerve pathways | Optic neuroma | Optician | Optometrist | OPV
Or-Or | OR (abbreviation) | Oral | Oral aversion | Oral cancer | Oral candidiasis | Oral cholecystogram | Oral contraceptive | Oral contraceptive, combined | Oral glucose tolerance test | Oral moniliasis | Oral rehydration salts | Oral rehydration therapy | Oral surgeon | Oral-motor | Orbit | Orbital | | Orbital ridge | Orchiectomy | Orchiopexy | Orchitis | Ordre des Medecins | Ordre des Medecins | ORF | Organ | Organ failure | Organ of hearing | Organic | Organic brain syndrome | Organic dust toxic syndrome | Organisation Mondiale de la Sante | Organotherapy | Organs of reproduction, female | Organs of reproduction, male | Orgasm | Orgasmic disorder | Orgasmic dysfunction | Orgasmic inhibition | Oriental lung fluke | Oriental medicine (traditional) | Orientation, anatomic terms of | Orifice | Ornithine | Ornithine transcarbamylase (OTC) deficiency | Oromandibular dystonia | Oropharynx | Orphan disease | Orphan drug | ORS | Ortho- (prefix) | Orthodontic treatment (dental braces) | Orthodontics | Ortholog | Orthologous gene | Orthomolecular medicine | Orthopaedics | Orthopaedist | Orthopedics | Orthopedist | Orthopnea | Orthopod | Orthopox | Orthorexia nervosa | Orthoscopic | Orthosis, thoracolumbosacral (TLSO) | Orthostatic hypotension | Orthotic | Oryzomys palustris
Os-Os | Os | OS (lens prescription) | Os calcis | Os sacrum | OSA (obstructive sleep apnea) | | Oscitation | Osgood-Schlatter disease | OSHA | Osler's nodes | Osler, Sir William | Osler-Rendu-Weber syndrome | Osmolar | Osmolarity | Osmolarity, plasma | Osmole | Osseous | Ossicle | Ossification | Ossify | Osteitis | Osteitis deformans | Osteitis fibrosa cystica | Osteo- (prefix) | Osteoarthritis | Osteoarthropathy | Osteoblast | Osteoblastoma | Osteochondritis dissecans | Osteochondroma | Osteochondromatosis | Osteochondromatosis, synovial | Osteochondrosis | Osteoclasia | Osteoclasis | Osteoclast | Osteoclastoma | Osteocyte | Osteodystrophy | Osteodystrophy, renal | Osteogenesis | Osteogenesis imperfecta | Osteogenesis imperfecta congenita | Osteogenesis imperfecta tarda | Osteogenesis imperfecta type 1 | Osteogenesis imperfecta type 2 | Osteogenesis imperfecta with blue sclerae | Osteogenesis, electrically stimulated | Osteoid osteoma | Osteology | Osteolytic | Osteolytic lesion | Osteomalacia | Osteomyelitis | Osteonecrosis | Osteopath | Osteopathy | Osteopenia | Osteopetrosis | Osteoporosis | Osteosarcoma | Osteosynthesis | Osteotomy | Osteotomy, block | Osteotomy, cuneiform | Osteotomy, displacement | Ostomy | Oswald Theodore Avery
Ot-Ow | Ot- | Otalgia | OTC (over-the-counter) | | Otic barotrauma | Otitis | Otitis externa | Otitis interna | Otitis media | Otitis media, acute | Oto- | Otoacoustic emission test | Otolaryngologist | Otolaryngology | Otology | Otopharyngeal tube | Otoplasty | Otosclerosis | Otoscope | Ounce | Outer ear | Outlet | Outlet, gastric | Outpatient | Output, cardiac | Ova | Ovarian | Ovarian cancer | Ovarian cancer gene BRCA2 | Ovarian cancer test CA 125 | Ovarian cyst | Ovarian pregnancy | Ovarian remnant syndrome | Ovarian teratoma | Ovariectomy | Ovary | Ovary cyst, follicular | Ovary, dermoid cyst of the | Ovary, polycystic | Over-the-counter (OTC) drug | Overactive bladder | Overbreathing | Overgrowth | Overgrowth syndrome | Overload, iron | Overweight | Ovulation | Ovulatory | Ovum
Ox-Oz | Oxter | Oxy | Oxycodone | OxyContin | Oxygen | Oxygen mask | Oxygen tent | Oxygenate | Oxygenating | Oxygenation | Oxyhemoglobin | Oxymetholone | Oxytocin | Oxyuris | oz. | Ozone


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Pa-Pb | p arm of a chromosome | p in biochemistry | p in population genetics | P. acnes | P. cepacia | p.c. | p.o. | p.r.n. | p53 | PA (physician assistant) | PA (posteroanterior) | PA X-ray | PA-C | Pacemaker | Pacemaker, artificial | Pacemaker, implantable | Pacemaker, internal | Pacemaker, natural | Pachy- (prefix) | Pachydactyly | Pachyderma | Pachydermatous | Pachymeninges | Pachymeninx | Pachyonychia | Pachyonychia congenita of the Jadassohn-Lewandowsk | Pachyonychia congenita with natal teeth | Pachyonychia congenita, type 1 | Pacifier | Pacing, diaphragm | PAD | Paediatrics | Page kidney | Paget disease | Paget disease of the breast | Pagetic | Pagon syndrome | PAH | Pain | Pain management | Pain unit | Pain, abdominal | Pain, ankle | Pain, back | Pain, belly | Pain, breast | Pain, chest | Pain, elbow | Pain, false labor | Pain, knee | Pain, shingles | Pain, shoulder | Painful urination | Painful vulva | Pains, growing | Palate | Palate, cleft | Palate, hard | Palate, soft | Palatine | Palatine bone | Pale globe | Paleolithic diet | Paleostriatum | Palliate | Palliation | Palliative care | Palliative treatment | Pallidotomy | Pallidum | Pallister-Killian syndrome | Palm | Palmar | Palmar surface | Palmitate | Palmoplantar hyperhidrosis | Palpable | Palpate | Palpebra | Palpebral conjunctiva | Palpebral fissure | Palpebral gland | Palpitations | Palsy | Palsy, Bell's | Palsy, laryngeal | Palsy, laryngeal nerve | PAM | Panacea | Pancolitis | Pancreas | Pancreas divisum | Pancreas, annular | Pancreas, artificial | Pancreatectomy | Pancreatic | Pancreatic alpha cell | Pancreatic beta cell | Pancreatic cancer | Pancreatic carcinoma | Pancreatic delta cell | Pancreatic insufficiency | Pancreatic islet cell carcinoma | Pancreatic juices | Pancreatitis | Pancreatitis, acute | Pancreozymin | Pancytopenia | Pancytopenia, Fanconi | PANDAS | Pandemic | Pandiculation | Panencephalitis, subacute sclerosing (SSPE) | Panic | Panic disorder | Panmixus | Pantothenic acid | PAP | Pap Smear | Pap test | Pap test, ThinPrep | Papilla of Vater | Papilla, anal | Papilla, cancer of | Papilla, fungiform | Papillary muscle | Papillary renal cell carcinoma | Papillary tumor | Papilledema | Papilliferous | Papilloma | Papilloma, cutaneous | Papilloma, intraductal | Papillomatosis | Papillomatosis, juvenile laryngeal | Papillomatosis, laryngeal | Papillomatosis, recurrent respiratory | Papillomavirus, human | PAPP-A | PAPPA | Pappataci fever | Pappoose root | Paprika | | Papule | Papules | Papuliferous | Para | Para- (prefix) | Para-esophageal hiatal hernia | Paracentesis | Paracentric chromosome inversion | Paradoxical embolism | Paraesthesia | Paraffin dip | Paragonimiasis | Paragonimus infection | Parainfectious | Parainfluenza | Paralysis | Paralysis, facial nerve | Paralysis, infantile (polio) | Paralysis, laryngeal nerve | Paralysis, sleep | Paralysis, stomach | Paralysis, vocal cord | Paralytic ileus | Paramyxovirus | Paraneoplastic syndrome | Paranychia | Paraoxonase | Paraparesis | Paraphimosis | Paraplegia | Paraplegic | Paraquat | Paraquat lung | Parasite | Parasitemia | Parasitic | Parasitic worm | Parasitosis | Parasomnia | Parasplenic | Parasuicide | Parasympathetic nervous system | Parathormone | Parathyrin | Parathyroid adenoma | Parathyroid gland | Parathyroid hormone | Parathyroid insufficiency | Parathyroidectomy | Parathyroids, hypoplasia of the thymus and | Parenchyma | Parenchymal | Parentalism | Parentectomy | Parenteral | Parenteral nutrition | Paresis | Paresis, general | Paresthesia | Paricalcitol | Parietal | Parietal bone | Parietal lobe | Parietal pericardium | PARK1 | PARK10 | PARK11 | PARK2 | PARK3 | PARK4 | PARK5 | PARK6 | PARK7 | PARK8 | PARK9 | Parkinson disease | Parkinson disease gene | Parkinson disease genetics | Parkinson's disease | Parkinson, James | Parkinsonism | Paronychia | Parotid gland | Parotids | Parotitis | Paroxysm | Paroxysmal atrial tachycardia | Paroxysmal lacrimation | Paroxysmal sleep | Parrot fever (psittacosis) | Parry's disease | Parthenogenesis | Partial hysterectomy | Partial laryngectomy | Partial seizure | Partial syndactyly | Participant | Particle, alpha | Parturition | Parumbilical | Parvovirus B19 | Parvovirus infection | PAS | Passage, nasal | Passive exercise | Passive immunity | Passive smoking | Passive-aggressive | Passive-aggressive personality disorder | Pasteur Institute | Pasteur, Louis | Pasteurization | PAT | Patau syndrome (trisomy 13 syndrome) | Patella | Patellar | Patellar ligament | Patellar reflex | Patellar tendon | Patellar tendon reflex | Patellar tendonitis | Patellar tendonopathy | Patellectomy | Patellofemoral joint | Patellofemoral syndrome (PFS) | Patent (adjective) | Patent (noun) | Patent ductus | Patent ductus arteriosus | Patent urachus | Paterfamilias | Paternal | Paternal age | Paterson-Kelly syndrome | Patho- | Pathobiology | Pathogen | Pathogen inactivation | Pathogen, special | Pathogenesis | Pathogenetic | Pathogenic | Pathogenicity island | Pathognomonic | Pathologic | | Pathological hoarding | Pathologist | Pathologist, speech-language | Pathology | Pathophysiology | pathy | Patient | Patient autonomy | Patient controlled analgesia | Patient-activated cardiac event recorder | Patient-activated event recorder | Patient-controlled analgesia | Paul C. Lauterbur | Paul Ehrlich | Paul M. Zoll | Pauling | Pauling, Linus | Pauling-Corey helix | Pavlov conditioning | Pavlov pouch | Pavlov stomach | Pavlovian conditioning | Pax3
Pc-Pe | PC | PCA | PCB | PCBs | PCL (posterior cruciate ligament) | PCO | PCO disease | PCOS | PCP | PCR (polymerase chain reaction) | PCT | PDA | PDR | Pea, jequirity | Peak expiratory flow | Peak-flow meter | Peanut allergy | Peccant | Pecs | Pectoral muscles | Pectoralis muscle absence with syndactyly | Pectus carinatum | Pectus excavatum | Pediatric | Pediatric arthritis | Pediatric bladder infection | Pediatric cystitis | Pediatric end stage liver disease | Pediatric kidney infection | Pediatric pyelonephritis | Pediatric renal infection | Pediatric rheumatologist | Pediatric urinary tract infection | Pediatric urine infection | Pediatric UTI | Pediatrics | Pediculicide | Pediculosis | Pedigree | Pedodontics | Pee | Peeling agent | PEEP | Peeping tom | Peer review | PEF | PEG | PEJ | PELD | Peliosis hepatis | Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease | Pelizaeus-Merzbacher-like disease | Pellagra | Pelvic | Pelvic exam | Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) | Pelvis | Pelvis, android | Pelvis, female | Pelvis, gynecoid | Pelvis, male | Pemphigus | Pendred syndrome | Penetrance | Penetrant trait | | Penile | Penis | Penis, cancer of the | Penis, erection of the | Penis, hypospadias of the | Penis, inflammation of the foreskin and glans | Penis, inflammation of the head of the | Penis, small | Penrose drain | Pentapeptide | PEP | Peptic ulcer | Peptidase | Peptide | Peptidomimetic | Peptidyl-prolyl cis/trans isomerase | Percentile | Perception, auditory | Perchlorate | Perchloric acid | Percutaneous | Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) | Percutaneous endoscopic jejunostomy | Percutaneous liver biopsy | Percutaneous nephrolithotripsy (PNL) | Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography | Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty | Percutaneous umbilical blood sampling (PUBS) | Perfect pitch | Perfluorinated acid | Perfluorooctanoic acid | Perforation of appendix | Perforation, nasal septum | Perfusion | Peri- | Peri-appendiceal | Perianal | Perianal abscess | Periaortic | Periappendiceal | Pericardial | Pericardial effusion | Pericardial sac | Pericardial tamponade | Pericarditis | Pericardium | Pericardium, parietal | Pericardium, visceral | Pericentric chromosome inversion | Perichondrial | Perichondritis | Perichondrium | Perichondroma | Perilingual | Perimenopause | Perinatal | Perinatal transmission | Perinatologist | Perinatology | Perineal | Perineum | Period, gestation | Period, incubation | Periodic abstinence | Periodic breathing | Periodic fever | Periodontal | Periodontal disease | Periodontics | Periodontitis | Perionychia | Perionychium | Perioperative | Periosteal | Periosteoma | Periosteum | Periostitis | Periostoma | Peripheral | Peripheral artery disease | Peripheral blood stem cell transplantation | Peripheral insulin resistance | Peripheral iridectomy | Peripheral nervous system | Peripheral neuropathy | Peripheral pulmonary stenosis with cholestasis | Peripheral vascular disease | Peripheral vision | Periphery | Peristalsis | Peritoneal | Peritoneal dialysis | Peritoneum | Peritonitis | Peritonitis, acute | Peritonitis, chronic | Peritonsillar abscess | Periventricular leukomalacia, cystic | Permanent makeup | Pernicious anemia | Pernicious vomiting of pregnancy | Peromyscus leucopus | Peromyscus maniculatus | Peroneal muscular atrophy | Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor | Perry syndrome | Personality disorder | Personality disorder, borderline | Perspiration | Pertussis | PERV | Pes | Pes cavus | Pes planum | Pest (plague) | Pesthouse | Pestilence | Pestis | PET scan | Petasites hybridus | Petasites vulgaris | Petechiae | Peter Mansfield | Peter Pan syndrome | Petit mal | Peutz-Jeghers syndrome | Peyronie disease
Pf-Ph | Pfeiffer syndrome | PFOA | PFT | PGA (polyglandular autoimmune syndrome) | PGE-2 | PGF | pH | pH meter | pH, blood | pH, urine | Ph.D. | Phacoemulsification | Phage | Phagedenic gingivitis | Phago- | Phagocyte | Phagocytosis | Phalangeal | Phalanges | Phalanx | Phantom limb syndrome | Phantom tooth | Phantom vision | Pharma food | Pharmacist | Pharmaco-epidemiology | Pharmacogenetics | Pharmacogenomics | Pharmacologic stress test | Pharmacologist | Pharmacology | Pharmacopeia | Pharmacopoeia | Pharmacy | Pharmacy benefit manager | Pharmacy, compounding | Pharyngeal | Pharyngitis | Pharyngoesophageal diverticulum | Pharynx | Phase, resting | Phe | Phen-Fen | Phenocopy | Phenol | Phenolphthalein | Phenomenon, Babinski | Phenomenon, knee | Phenomenon, phantom limb | Phenomenon, Raynaud's | Phenothiazine | Phenotype | Phenotype, Klippel-Feil | Phenylalanine | Phenylalanine hydroxylase deficiency | Phenylketonuria | Phenylketonuria, maternal | Pheresis | Pheromone | Philadelphia chromosome (Ph) | Philippine hemorrhagic fever | Philtrum | Phimosis | Phlebitis | Phlebo- (prefix) | Phlebotomist | Phlebotomus fever | Phlebotomy | Phocomelia | Phonosurgery | Phosphatase, acid | Phosphatase, alkaline | Phosphate | Phospholipase | Phosphorus | Phosphorylation | Photic sneeze reflex | Photochemotherapy, psoralen | Photocoagulation | Photodynamic therapy | Photokeratitis | | Photosensitivity | Phototherapy | Phrenic pacing | Phrenology | PHS | Phthisis | Phylogenetics | Physiatrist | Physical child abuse | Physical growth | Physical map | Physical therapist | Physical therapy | Physician | Physician assistant (PA) | Physician assisted suicide | Physician discontent | Physician, emergency | Physician, family | Physician-assisted suicide | Physicians Health Study | Physicians' Desk Reference | Physics, health | Physics, medical | Physiologic | Physiologic amenorrhea | Physiologic jaundice of the newborn | Physiologic stress test | Physiology | Phytanic acid storage disease | Phytochemical | Phytodermatitis | Phytonutrient | Phytotoxin
Pi-Pi | PI | Pia mater | Pianist's cramp | Pica | Pick disease | Pickwickian syndrome | PID (pelvic inflammatory disease) | Piercing | Pigeon breast | PIGF | Pigment | Pigmentation | Pigmented villonodular synovitis | Piles | Pill | Pill splitter | Pill splitting | Pill, the | Piloerection | Pilonidal | Pilonidal cyst | Pilonidal sinus | Pimecrolimus | Pimple | Pimples | Pimply | Pin1 | Pinched nerve | Pineal gland | Pineal region tumor | Pinealoma | Pinel system | Pineoblastoma | Pineocytoma | Pinguecula | Pinguicula | PINK1 | Pinkeye | Pinna | Pinnate | Pinocytosis | Pinosome | Pinworm infection | Piperine | Piriformis muscle | Piriformis syndrome | Pisa syndrome | Piss | Pistol-shot pulse | Pit, ear | Pitting edema | Pituitary | Pituitary adenoma | Pituitary dwarfism | Pituitary gigantism | Pituitary gland | Pituitary, anterior | Pituitary, posterior | Pityriasis alba | Pityriasis rosea
Pj-Pl | PJS | PKD | PKU | PKU, maternal | Placebo | Placebo effect | Placebo response | Placebo-controlled | Placenta | Placenta accreta | Placenta percreta | Placenta praevia | Placenta, accessory | Placenta, low | Placenta, succenturiate | Placenta, supernumerary | Placental | Placental BMP | Placental bone morphogenetic protein | Placental chorioangioma | Placental dystocia | Placental growth factor | Placental stage of labor | Plague | Plague bacterium genome | Plague genome | Plague, black | Plague, bubonic | Plague, fowl | Plague, Great | Plague, sylvatic | Plan B | Plano | Plano- | Plantar | Plantar fasciitis | Plantar response | Plantar warts | Plaque | Plaque psoriasis | Plaque, skin | Plasma | Plasma cell | Plasma donation | Plasma osmolarity | Plasmacytoma | Plasmapheresis | Plasmid | Plasmodium | Plastic surgeon | Plastic surgery | Plasticity, brain | Platelet | Platelet aggregation | Platelet count | plegia | Pleiotropic | Pleiotropic cytokine | Pleomorphic | Pleonasm | Plethoric | Pleura | Pleurae | Pleural | Pleural effusion | Pleural effusion, fetal | Pleural space | Pleurisy | Pleuritis | Pleurodesis | Pleurodynia | Plexus | Plexus, brachial | PLGF | Plodia interpunctella | PLP | PLP1 | Plumbism | Plummer's disease | Plummer-Vinson syndrome | Plyometrics
Pm-Po | PMD | PML | PMLD | PMR (Polymyalgia Rheumatica) | PMS (PreMenstrual Syndrome) | PNET | Pneuma | Pneumatic larynx | Pneumatism | Pneumo- | Pneumococcal immunization | Pneumococcus (Streptococcus pneumoniae) | Pneumoconiosis | Pneumoconiosis, coal miner's | Pneumocystis | Pneumocystis carinii | Pneumocystis jiroveci | Pneumocystis pneumonia | Pneumocyte | Pneumomediastinum | Pneumonectomy | Pneumonia | Pneumonia, aspiration | Pneumonia, giant cell | Pneumonia, Hecht's | Pneumonic plague | Pneumonitis, radiation | Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanosconiosis | Pneumopericardium | Pneumosilicosis | Pneumothorax | PNL (percutaneous nephrolithotripsy) | PNS (peripheral nervous system) | Podiatrist | Podocyte | Poikiloderma | Poikiloderma atrophicans with cataract | Poikiloderma congenita | Point mutation | Point, McBurney's | Poison | Poison Control Center | Poison ivy | Poison oak | Poisoning | Poisoning, alcohol | Poisoning, antifreeze | Poisoning, carbon monoxide | Poisoning, cyanide | Poisoning, ethylene glycol | Poisoning, lead | Poisoning, mercury | Poisoning, sea | Poisoning, silver | Poland anomaly | Poland sequence | Poland syndactyly | Poland syndrome | Policosanol | Policy, Medigap | Polio | Polio immunization | Polio vaccine, inactivated | Polio vaccine, killed | Polio vaccine, live | Polio vaccine, oral | Polio vaccine, Sabin | Polio vaccine, Salk | Polio, abortive | Poliomyelitis | Poliovirus | Polish disease | Polle syndrome | Pollen | Pollen count | Pollenosis | Pollex | Pollices | Pollinosis | Polonies | Polony | Poly- | Poly1 isomerase | Polyarteritis nodosa | Polyarticular | Polycentric | Polychlorinated biphenyls | Polychlorocamphene | Polyclonal | Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon | Polycystic kidney disease | Polycystic kidney disease, adult | Polycystic kidney disease, autosomal dominant | Polycystic kidney disease, autosomal recessive | Polycystic kidney disease, infantile | Polycystic ovary syndrome | Polycythemia | Polycythemia vera (PV) | Polydactyly | Polydactyly (hexadactyly) | Polydipsia | Polyendocrinopathy syndrome, autoimmune | Polygenic | Polygenic disease | Polyglandular autoimmune syndrome (PGA) | Polyhydramnios | Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) | Polymerase, DNA | Polymerase, RNA | Polymorphic | Polymorphic light eruption | Polymorphism | Polymorphonuclear leukocyte | Polymox | Polymyalgia | Polymyalgia rheumatica (PMR) | Polymyositis | Polyostotic fibrous dysplasia | Polyp | Polyp colon family history | Polypectomy | Polypeptide | Polyphenol | Polyploid | Polypsis of the colon | Polysomnography | Polyubiquitination | Polyuria | Pompe disease | PON | Pondimin | Pons | Pontiac fever | Ponto- | Pool, gene | Popcorn worker lung | Popcorn worker's lung | Popliteal | Popliteal fossa | Popliteal pterygium syndrome | Population, study | Porcelain gallbladder | Porcine | Porencephaly | Pork tapeworm | Pork tapeworm infection | Porphyria | Porphyria cutanea tarda | Port wine stain | Portable generator safety | Portal vein | Position, anatomical | Positional cloning | Positive clinical trial | Positive end-expiratory pressure | Positive pressure ventilation | Positive, false | Positive-strand RNA virus | Positron emission tomography | Post | Post-exposure prophylaxis | Post-menopausal | Post-nasal drip | Post-polio muscular atrophy (PPMA) | Post-polypectomy | Post-term | Post-term infant | Post-thrombotic syndrome | Post-traumatic stress | Post-traumatic stress disorder | Postcoital contraception | Posterior | Posterior chamber | Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) | Posterior pituitary | Posteroanterior | Posteroanterior (PA) | Postherpetic neuralgia | Posthitis | Postlingual | Postmature infant | Postmaturity | Postmenopausal | Postmenopausal cervical kyphosis | Postmenopause | Postmortem examination | Postop | Postoperative | Postoperative care | Postoperative hemorrhage | Postpartum | Postpartum depression | Postpartum psychosis | Postphlebitic syndrome | Postpolio syndrome (PPS) | Postprandial | Postremission therapy | Postulates, Koch's | Postural | Postural hypotension | Posture | Posture, neutral | Posture, static | Potassium | Potassium balance | Potassium deficiency | Potassium excess | Potassium perchlorate | Potomania | Pott's disease | Pouch of Douglas | Pouch, Pavlov | Pouch, rectovaginal | Poultice | Pound | Power of attorney, durable | Power outage and the heat | Power outage drinking water safety | Power outage food safety | Power outage preparations | Power outage work safety | Power-of-attorney for health-care decision-making | Pox virus
Pp-Pr | PPAR | PPD | PPMA (post-polio muscular atrophy) | PPS (post-polio syndrome) | Practice, family | Prader-Willi syndrome | Prandial | Prayer of Maimonides | Pre-eclampsia | Pre-sleep dream | Prealbumin | Preauricular tag | Precancerous | Preclinical study | Precocious | Precocious puberty | Preconceptual counselling | Precursor | Predispose | Preeclampsia | Preemie | Preexcitation | Prefix, medical | Prefixes, medical | Pregnancy | Pregnancy abuse | Pregnancy calendar | Pregnancy danger from fifth disease | Pregnancy danger from urinary tract infection | Pregnancy planning | Pregnancy radiation exposure | Pregnancy symptoms | Pregnancy ultrasound | Pregnancy, acute fatty liver | Pregnancy, alcohol in | Pregnancy, dangerous drugs during | Pregnancy, ectopic | Pregnancy, extrauterine | Pregnancy, hyperemesis of | Pregnancy, mask of | Pregnancy, pernicious vomiting of | Pregnancy, tubal | Pregnancy-associated malaria | Pregnancy-associated plasma protein A | Pregnant | Prehypertension | Preleukemia | Prelingual | Premacular fibrosis | Premalignant | Premature baby | Premature beat | Premature birth | Premature contraction | Premature contraction of the heart | Premature ejaculation | Premature menopause | Premature systole | Premature ventricular beat | Premature ventricular contraction | Prematurity | Premenstrual | Premenstrual syndrome | Premie | Prenatal | Prenatal care | Prenatal development | Prenatal diagnosis | Prenatal radiation exposure | Prenatal surgery | Preop | Preoperative | Preoperative care | Prepatellar bursitis | Prepubertal | Prepuce | Prepuce, inflammation of the | Presbyacousia | Presbyacusia | Presbyacusis | Presbycusis | Presbyopia | Prescription | | Prescription drug | Presentation, breech | Presentation, footling | Presentation, vertex | Presenteeism | Pressor | Pressor substance | Pressure hives | Pressure neuropathy | Pressure sore | Pressure urticaria | Pressure wound | Pressure, intraocular | Pressure, low blood | Prevalence | Preventive medicine | Priapism | Primary | Primary amebic meningoencephalitis | Primary amenorrhea | Primary amyloidosis | Primary atelectasis | Primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC) | Primary care | Primary care provider | Primary cataract | Primary ciliary dyskinesia | Primary dentition | Primary HIV infection | Primary immunodeficiency disease | Primary liver cancer, adult | Primary progressive aphasia | Primary sclerosing cholangitis | Primary teeth | Primary tumor | Primitive neuroectodermal tumor | Primordia | Primordium | Primum non nocere | Principal investigator | Principal joints of the body | Prinzmetal angina | Prion | Prion dementia | Prion disease | Prior approval | Prior authorization | Private mutation | | PRKAR1A | Pro | Pro time | Pro- | Probability | Probiotic | PROC | Procedure, Whipple | Process | Proclivity | Procollagen | Proctitis | Proctitis, ulcerative | Proctocele | Proctology | Proctosigmoidoscopy | Prodrug | Product, gene | Progeny | Progeria | Progestational hormone | Progesterone | Progesterone receptor test | Progestin | Prognathism | Prognosis | Prognostic | Prograf | Programmed cell death | Progressive | Progressive dementia with cerebellar ataxia | Progressive infantile poliodystrophy | Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy | Progressive supranuclear palsy | Progressive vaccinia | Proinflammatory | Prokaryote | Prokaryotic | Prolactin | Proliferative | Proline | Prominent vertebra | Prominentia laryngea | PROMM | Promoter | Pronation | Pronator foot type | Prone | Prontosil | Pronucleus | Prophase chromosome | Prophylactic | Prophylactic cranial irradiation | Prophylaxis | Propionibacterium acnes | Proportional counter | Proposita | Propositus | Proprioception | Propylthiouracil (PTU) | Prospective | Prospective study | Prostaglandin | Prostaglandin E2 | Prostaglandin F2-alpha | Prostheses | Prosthesis | Prosthesis, auditory | Prosthesis, cleft palate | Prosthesis, nasal | Prosthesis, ocular | Prosthetic | Prosthetics | Prosthodontist | Protean | Protease | Protease inhibitor | Proteasome | Protein | Protein C | Protein C deficiency | Protein kinase A | Protein kinase A regulatory subunit 1-alpha | Protein malnutrition | Protein requirements, infant | Protein ZIP code | Protein, acute phase | Protein, C-reactive | Protein, proteolipid | Protein-calorie malnutrition | Protein-losing enteropathy | Proteins | Proteins, acute-phase | Proteins, G | Proteinuria | Proteolipid protein | Proteome | Proteomics | Proteus syndrome | Prothrombin | Prothrombin 20210A mutation | Prothrombin G20210A mutation | Prothrombin mutation 20210A | Prothrombin mutation G20210A | Prothrombin time | Proto-oncogene | Protocol, Bruce | Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging | Protozoa | Provigil | Prox- | Proxi- | Proximal | Proximal white subungual onychomycosis | Proximo- | Proxy, health care | Prune belly syndrome | Pruritic | Pruritus | Pruritus ani | Prusiner | Prusiner, Stanley B.
Ps-Ps | PSA | PSC (primary sclerosing cholangitis) | Pseudo-Hurler polydystrophy | Pseudodementia | Pseudoexfoliation syndrome | Pseudogout | Pseudomelanosis coli | Pseudomembranous colitis | Pseudomonas aeruginosa | Pseudomonas cepacia | Pseudomonas infection | Pseudomonas pseudomallei | Pseudoobstruction, intestinal | Pseudoobstruction, neuropathic | Pseudoparalysis, spastic | Pseudorubella | Pseudotumor cerebri | Pseudoxanthoma elasticum | Psittacosis (parrot fever) | Psoas | Psoralen | Psoralen photochemotherapy | Psoriasis | Psoriasis vulgaris | Psoriasis, erythrodermic | Psoriasis, flexural | Psoriasis, guttate | Psoriasis, inverse | Psoriasis, plaque | Psoriasis, pustular | Psoriatic arthritis | PSP | Psyche | Psychedelic | Psychiatric | Psychiatric trauma | Psychiatrist | Psychiatry | Psycho-oncology | Psychodynamic drug | Psychodynamic medication | Psychodynamic therapy | Psychogenic | Psychoimmunology | Psychological child abuse | Psychological imprinting | Psychologist, clinical | Psychology | Psychology, clinical | Psychology, social | Psychoneuroimmunology | Psychooncology | Psychopathic personality | Psychopathic personality disorder | Psychosis | Psychosis, ICU | Psychosis, intensive care unit | Psychosis, schizophrenia | Psychosomatic | Psychosomatic illness | Psychotherapy | Psychotropic drug | Psychotropic medication
Pt-Pu | PTC (percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography) | PTCA | Pterygium | PTHC (percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography) | Ptosis | Ptosis of the eyelids, adult | Ptosis of the eyelids, congenital | PTSD | PTU | Pubarche | Puberty | Puberty, precocious | Pubic lice | Pubic symphysis | Pubis | Public grief | Public health | Public health school | Public Health Service, United States (USPHS) | Public mourning | PUBS (percutaneous umbilical blood sampling) | Pucker, macular | Pudendum | Puerperal fever | Puerperium | Pulled elbow | Pulmonary | Pulmonary acinus | Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis | Pulmonary arterial hypertension | Pulmonary artery | Pulmonary artery catheter | Pulmonary barotrauma | Pulmonary edema | Pulmonary edema, high altitude | Pulmonary embolism | Pulmonary embolus | Pulmonary fibrosis | Pulmonary function test | Pulmonary hypertension | Pulmonary insufficiency | Pulmonary medicine | Pulmonary stenosis | Pulmonary stenosis, peripheral, with cholestasis | Pulmonary syndrome, Hantavirus | Pulmonary therapy | Pulmonary trunk | Pulmonary tuberculosis | Pulmonary valve | Pulmonary vein | Pulmonology | Pulse | Pulse, cannonball | Pulse, collapsing | Pulse, Corrigan | Pulse, pistol-shot | Pulse, trip-hammer | Pulse, water hammer | Pulseless disease | Punch biopsy | Puncture wound | Puncture, lumbar | Pupil | Pupil dilation test | Purine | Purpura | Purpura, acute thrombocytopenic | Purpura, allergic | Purpura, anaphylactoid | Purpura, thrombotic thrombocytopenic (TTP) | Purulent | Pus | Pustular psoriasis | Pustule | Pustulosis | Putamen | PUVA
Pv-Pz | PV | PVB | PVC | PVNS | PVS | PX | PXE | Pyarthrosis | Pycnodysostosis | Pyelo | Pyelogram | Pyelonephritis | Pyelonephritis in children | Pyloric stenosis | Pylorus | Pyoderma gangrenosum | Pyridoxine | Pyrimidine | Pyrophosphate arthropathy | Pyrosis | Pythagoras | Pyuria | PYY


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Qa-Qz | q arm of a chromosome | Q bands | Q fever | Q fever vaccine | q in population genetics | q.2h | q.3h. | q.d. (on prescription) | q.h. (on prescription) | q.i.d. (on prescription) | q.n.s. | q.s. | q_h (on prescription) | QALY | qd (on prescription) | QHC | Qi gong | qid (on prescription) | Qinghaosu | QNS | QRS complex | QT syndrome, long | Quack | Quackery | Quadrant | Quadriceps | Quadriceps reflex | Quadriceps stretch | Quadriparesis | Quadriplegia | Quadriplegic | Qualified health claim | Qualify | Qualitative | Quality adjusted life year (QALY) | Quality of life | Qualm | Quantitative | Quaque (on prescription) | Quaque die (on prescription) | Quasi- | Quasidiploid | Quasidominant | Quater in die (on prescription) | Queasy | Queensland tick typhus | Quickening | Quiescence | Quiescent | Quinacrine | Quincke's disease | Quinine | Quinquagenarian | Quinsy | Quintan fever | Quintox | Quotidian | Quotient


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Ra-Ra | R (symbol) | R-2 | r-tPA | R/O | RA | Rabbit fever | Rabies | Raccoon roundworm infection | Race | Race-based drug | Race-based medication | Race-based therapy | Racemose | Racemose aneurysm | Rad | RAD51 | Radial | Radial drusen | Radial head dislocation | Radial head subluxation | Radial keratotomy | Radiate | Radiation | Radiation during pregnancy | Radiation fibrosis | Radiation menopause | Radiation oncologist | Radiation oncology | Radiation pneumonitis | Radiation sickness | Radiation therapy | Radiation therapy, 3-D | Radiation therapy, conformal | Radiation therapy, conformational | Radiation therapy, external | Radiation therapy, internal | Radiation therapy, stereotactic | Radiation therapy, targeted | Radiation toxicity | Radiation, background | Radiation, food | Radiation, ultraviolet | Radical dissection | Radical neck | Radical neck dissection | Radiculopathy | Radiculopathy, lumbar | Radio frequency identification | Radioactive | Radioactive iodine | Radioactive tracer | Radioallergosorbent test | Radiofrequency ablation | Radiograph | Radiography | Radioimmunoassay | Radioinsensitive | Radioiodine | Radioisotope | Radiologic | Radiologist | Radiology | Radiology, interventional | Radiolucent | Radiomimetic | Radionuclide | Radionuclide scan | Radionuclide stress test | Radiopaque | Radiosensitive | Radiotherapy | Radiotherapy, stereotactic | Radium | Radius | Radon | Raeder's syndrome | Ragged red fibers with CPEO | Ragweed | Raised hemidiaphragm | Rale | Ramsay Hunt syndrome | Ramsay Hunt, James | | Random | Random mating | Random number table | Random numbers | Random sample | Randomization | Randomize | Randomized | Randomized clinical trial | Randomized controlled trial | Randomly | Range | Range of motion | Range, normal | RANTES | Rape | Rape, date | Rapid eye movement sleep | Rapid plasma reagin test | Rapid strep test | Rash | Rash, butterfly | Rash, chickenpox | Rash, varicella | Rash, vesicular | Rash, yeast diaper | Rasmussen encephalitis | Rasmussen syndrome | RAST | Rat, rice | Rat-flea typhus | Rate, basal metabolic | Rate, birth | Rate, death | Rate, erythrocyte sedimentation | Rate, fetal mortality | Rate, heart | Rate, infant mortality | Rate, maternal mortality | Rate, mortality | Rate, neonatal mortality | Rate, pulse | Rate, respiratory | Rate, sed | Rate, sedimentation | Rattlesnake bite | Raw egg | Ray, Roentgen | Raynaud's disease | Raynaud's phenomenon
Rb-Re | RBC | RCT | RDA | RDIs (Reference Daily Intakes) | RDS (respiratory distress syndrome) | Re-uptake | Reabsorption | Reactant, acute phase | Reactant, acute-phase | Reaction kinetics | Reaction, allergic | Reaction, chemical | Reaction, desmoplastic | Reaction, hibernation | Reaction, polymerase chain | Reaction, vasovagal | Reactive arthritis | Reactive oxygen species | Reading frame | Reading frame, open | Reading retardation | Reagent | Reaven syndrome | Rebound | Rebound effect | Recalcitrant | Recalls, FDA | Recent memory | Receptor | Receptor, chemokine | Receptor, T-cell | Receptor, visual | Recessive | Recessive, autosomal | Recessive, X-linked | Recipient | Reciprocal translocation | Recombinant | Recombinant clones | Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee (RAC) | Recombinant DNA molecules | Recombinant DNA technology | Recombinant tPA | Recombination | RECOMBIVAX-HB | Recommended Daily Allowance | Recommended Dietary Allowance | Recreational water illness | Recrudescence | Rectal (adjective) | Rectal (noun) | Rectal bleeding | Rectal cancer | Rectal exam, digital (DRE) | Rectal incontinence | Rectal itching | Rectocele | Rectouterine pouch | Rectum | Rectus | Rectus abdominis | Recuperate | Recur | Recurrence | Recurrence risk | Recurrent | Recurrent abortion | Recurrent aural vertigo | Recurrent laryngeal nerve | Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis | Recurrent trisomy | Red blood cell | Red blood cells | Red cell count | Red cell distribution width | Red cells | Red corpuscles | Red Devils | Red ear syndrome | Red eye | Red jungle fowl | Red jungle fowl genome | Red Shield | Red yeast rice | Red-green colorblindness | Reduction division | Reduction mammaplasty | Reduction, breast | Reduviid bug | Redux | Reed-Sternberg cell | Referral | Referred pain | Reflex | Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) | Reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (RSDS) | Reflex, Babinski | Reflex, let down | Reflex, patellar | Reflex, patellar tendon | Reflex, photic sneeze | Reflex, pressor | Reflex, quadriceps | Reflux | Reflux disease, gastroesophageal (GERD) | Reflux laryngitis | Reflux surgery (fundoplication) | Reflux, esophageal | Refract | | Refsum disease | Regenerate | Regimen | Region, regulatory | Regional enteritis | Regional lymphadenitis | Registry | Registry, tumor | Regress | Regulatory gene | Regulatory region | Regulatory sequence | Regulatory T cell | Regurgitation | Regurgitation, aortic | Regurgitation, mitral | Rehab | Rehabilitation | Rehydrate | Rehydration | Reiki | Reimplantation | Reinnervate | Reinnervation | Reinstein syndrome | Reiter syndrome | Rejection | Relapse | Relapsing fever | Relaxant | Relaxin | Release, carpal tunnel | Rem | REM sleep | Remedy | Remission | Remission induction chemotherapy | Remodeling, chromatin | Remodelling, chromatin | Remote telesurgery | Renal | Renal aneurysm | Renal artery stenosis | Renal calculi | Renal cancer | Renal capsule | Renal cell cancer | Renal cell carcinoma | Renal Fanconi syndrome | Renal infection in children | Renal osteodystrophy | Renal pelvis | Renal stone | Renal syndrome with hemorrhagic fever | Renal transplant | Renal tubules | Renal vein thrombosis | Rendu-Osler-Weber syndrome | rep | Repair, DNA | Repair, hernia | Repair, mismatch | Repeat | Reperfusion | Repetitive DNA | Repetitive stress injury | Replacement therapy, estrogen (ERT) | Replacement therapy, hormone (HRT) | Replacement therapy, testosterone | Replacement, total hip | Replantation | Replication | Replication, DNA | Reportable disease | Reporting, anonymous | Reporting, named | Reporting, unique identifier | Representational oligonucleotide microarray | Reproduction | Reproductive cells | Reproductive organs, female | Reproductive system | Research, clinical | Research, controlled | Resect | Resectable | Resection | Resection, video-assisted | Reservoir | Reservoir of infection | Reservoir, Ommaya | Resident | Residual | Resin, bile acid | Resistance | Resistance, antibiotic | Resistance, insulin | Resistance, pulmonary | Resistance, vascular | Resolution | Resorb | Resorption | Respiration | Respiratory | Respiratory disease, acute | Respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) | Respiratory distress syndrome, acute | Respiratory failure | Respiratory insufficiency | Respiratory papillomatosis, recurrent | Respiratory rate | Respiratory syncytial virus | Respiratory system | Respiratory therapist | Respiratory therapy | Response, Babinski | Response, hyperglycemic | Response, plantar | Rest | Restenosis | Resting phase | Restitution | Restless leg syndrome | Restless legs | Restriction endonuclease | Restriction enzyme | | Restriction map | Restriction site | Resuscitate | Resuscitation | Resveratrol | Retardation, reading | Retic | Retic count | Reticulocyte | Reticulocyte count | Reticulocytosis | Reticuloendotheliosis, leukemic | Retina | Retina, detached | Retinal | Retinal artery, central | Retinal detachment | Retinal disease | Retinal electrophysiologic testing | Retinal fundus | Retinal pigment epithelium | Retinal vasculitis | Retinal vein, central | Retinal wrinkling | Retinitis pigmentosa | Retinitis pigmentosa and congenital deafness | Retinoblastoma | Retinoic acid syndrome | Retinoid | Retinol | Retinopathy | Retinopathy, arteriosclerotic | Retinopathy, diabetic | Retinoschisis | Retinoschisis, juvenile | Retinoschisis, X-linked | Retinoschisis, X-linked juvenile | Retraction syndrome | Retrodiagnosis | Retrograde amnesia | Retrograde intrarenal surgery (RIRS) | Retromingent | Retroposition | Retrospective | Retrospective diagnosis | Retrospective study | Retrosternal | Retrovirus | Rett syndrome | Reuptake | Reversal of organs, total | Reverse genetics | Reverse transcriptase | Reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction | Reye syndrome
Rf-Rk | RF | RFA | RFID | RFLP | Rh factor | Rh incompatibility | Rhabdomyolysis | Rhabdomyosarcoma | Rheumatic fever | Rheumatic heart disease | Rheumatism | Rheumatism, generalized | Rheumatism, localized | Rheumatism, psychogenic | Rheumatoid arthritis | Rheumatoid arthritis, systemic-onset juvenile | Rheumatoid factor | Rheumatoid nodules | Rheumatoid spondylitis | Rheumatologist | Rheumatologist, pediatric | Rheumatology | Rhinitis | Rhinitis Acute | Rhinitis Chronic | Rhinitis, allergic | Rhinitis, allergic, perennial | Rhinitis, allergic, seasonal | Rhinitis, vasomotor | Rhinophyma | Rhinoplasty | Rhinorrhea | Rhinotillexomania | Rhogam | Rhythm method | Rhythm, sinus | Rib | Rib cage | Rib, cervical | Rib, false | Rib, floating | Rib, fluctuating | Rib, sternal | Rib, true | Rib, vertebral | Ribonucleic acid (RNA) | Ribonucleoprotein (RNP) | Ribosomal RNA | Ribosome | Ribozyme | Rice genome | Rice rat | Richard L. Varco | Ricin | Ricker syndrome | Rickets | Rickets, celiac | Rickets, hypophosphatemic | Rickets, renal | Rickets, vitamin D resistant | Ricketts, Howard T. | Rickettsia | Rickettsial diseases | Rickettsialpox | Rickettsioses | Rickettsioses of the eastern hemisphere, tick-born | Rickettsiosis, North Asian tick-borne | Rickettsiosis, vesicular | Rift Valley fever | Right atrium | Right heart | Right hepatic duct | Right ventricle | Right-handed | Rigor | Rigor mortis | Rigour | Riley-Day syndrome | Ring chromosome | Ring, intrastromal corneal | Ringing in the ears | Ringworm (tinea) | Ringworm of the nails | Riot control agent poisoning | RIRS (retrograde intrarenal surgery) | Risk factor | Risk of recurrence | Ritter disease | River blindness
Rl-Ro | RLL | RLQ | RML | RMSF | RNA | RNA editing | RNA inactivation | RNA interference | RNA polymerase | RNA silencing | RNA virus | RNA virus, negative-strand | RNA virus, positive-strand | RNA, messenger | RNA, ribosomal | RNA, transfer | RNAi | Roach-2 | Roapies | Robertsonian translocation | Robo | Robotripping | Robust | Rochalimaea quintana | Rock (drug) | Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) | Rocky Mountain wood tick | Rod | Rod Beals | Rodbell | Rodbell, Martin | Rodenticidal | Rodenticide | Rodney K. Beals | Roentgen | Roentgen ray | Roentgen, Wilhelm | Roentgenology | Rohypnol | ROMA | Romano-Ward syndrome | Roofer's knee | Roofies | Rooting reflex | Rorschach test | Rosacea | Rosacea keratitis | Rosary pea | Roseola | Roseola infantilis | Roseola infantum | Rossi counter | Rotator cuff | Rotator cuff disease | Rotavirus | Roth's spot | Rothmund-Thomson syndrome | Round | Round window | Rounds | Roundworm | Roundworm C. elegans genome | Roundworm genome | Roux-en-Y gastric bypass | Royal Society, the
Rp-Rz | RP | RPR test | rRNA | RS1 | RSV | RT | RT-PCR | RTS | RTT (Rett syndrome) | RU-486 | Rubella (historical note) | Rubella immunization | Rubella syndrome | Rubella vaccine | Rubeola (measles) | Rubor | RUL | Rule out | Rumination | Runny nose | Runt-related transcription factor 1 | Runx-1 | Rupture | Rupture of appendix | Rupture, uterine | Ruptured spleen | RUQ | RV (rotavirus) | RVF | RWI | Rx | RX | RXT


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Sa-Sa | S1-S5 (sacral vertebrae) | SA node | SAA | Saami health | Sabin | Sabin vaccine | Sabin, Albert | Sabin, Florence R. | Sabulous | Sac, amniotic | Sac, dural | Sac, egg | Sac, pericardial | Sac, yolk | Saccade | Saccadic movement | Saccharin | Saccharomyces cerevisiae | Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome | Saccular | Saccular aneurysm | Sacral | Sacral agenesis | Sacral vertebrae | Sacrococcygeal | Sacroiliac joint dysfunction (SI Joint Pain) | Sacroiliac joint pain | Sacrum | SAD | Saddle gall | Saddle sore | Safe sex | Safer sex | Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale | Saffron | Sagittal | Sagittal sinus | Salaam | Salaam seizure | Salabrasion | Salicylic acid | Salient | Saline | Saliva | Salivary gland | Salk Institute | Salk vaccine | Salmon safety | Salmonella | Salmonella genome | Salmonellosis | Salpingo-oophorectomy | Salt | | Salubrious | Salutary | Salvage chemotherapy | Salvage radiotherapy | Salvage therapy | Samaritan | SAMHSA | Sample, random | San Joaquin Valley disease | Sand, biliary | Sand-blind | Sandfly fever | Sandhoff disease | Sanfilippo syndrome | Sanger Centre | Sanguine | Saphenous vein | Saphenous vein, great | Saphenous vein, large | Saphenous vein, small | SAPHO syndrome | Sapovirus | Sapphism | Sapporo-like virus | Sarcoidosis | Sarcoma | Sarcoma botryoides | Sarcoma, Ewing | Sarcoma, Kaposi | Sarcoma, metastatic | Sarcoma, soft tissue | Sarcoma, synovial | SARS | SARS vaccine | Sartorius muscle | Satellite DNA | Saturated fat | Sawbones | Sawyer's extractor
Sb-Sc | sBCC | Scabicide | Scabies | Scabies, crusted | Scaffold | Scalded skin syndrome | Scale, Centigrade | Scale, Fahrenheit | Scale, skin | Scales, body fat | Scaling | Scalp ringworm | Scan | Scan, bone | Scan, CAT | Scan, computerized axial tomography | Scan, computerized tomography | Scan, CT | Scan, DXA | Scan, helical CAT | Scan, radionuclide | Scan, SPECT | Scan, spiral CAT | Scan, thyroid | Scanning electron microscope | Scapula | Scarification | Scarlatina | Scarlet fever | SCFE | Schadenfreude | Schedules, Gesell Developmental | Scheuermann's disease | Schistosoma haematobium | Schistosoma japonicum | Schistosoma mansoni | Schistosome | Schistosomiasis | Schizencephaly | Schizoaffective disorder | Schizoid | Schizophrenia | Schizophrenia, childhood | Schizotypal personality disorder | Schmorl's node | School, first American medical | School, medical | Schwartz-Jampel syndrome | Sciatic nerve | Sciatica | SCID | Science (journal) | Science, cognitive | Scientist, medical | Scintigraphy | Scintimammography | Scler- | Sclera | Scleredema | Scleredema adultorum | Sclerencephaly | Scleritis | Sclero- | Scleroconjunctival | Sclerodactyly | Scleroderma | Sclerokeratitis | Scleromalacia | Sclerose en plaques | Sclerose en plaques | Sclerosing cholangitis | Sclerosing panencephalitis, subacute (SSPE) | Sclerosis | Sclerosis, multiple | Sclerotherapy | SCN (severe congenital neutropenia) | Scoliosis | Scoliosis, acquired | Scoliosis, congenital | Scoliosis, functional | Scoliosis, idiopathic | Scoliosis, nonstructural | Scoliosis, structural | Scooter injury | Scopolamine | Scorbutic | Scorbutus | Score, Apgar | Score, Gleason | Scorpion venom | Scrape | Scratch test for allergy | Screening mammogram | Screening, kidney disease | Screening, newborn hearing | Script | Scrofula | Scrofulous | Scrotum | Scrub | Scrub in | Scrub typhus | Scrub up | Scrubs | Scuba health | Scullcap | Scurvy | Scutellaria | Scutellaria barbata | SCYA2
Sd-Sf | SDF-1 | Sea poisoning | Seabather's itch | Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) | Seat belt | Sebaceous cyst | Sebaceous gland | Seborrhea | Seborrheic dermatitis | Seborrheic eczema | Seborrheic keratosis | Sebum | Seckel syndrome | Second cranial nerve | Second degree burn | Second stage of labor | Second wave | Second-hand smoke | Secondary amenorrhea | Secondary amyloidosis | Secondary atelectasis | Secondary cataract | Secondary pulmonary arterial hypertension | Secondhand smoke | Secretary's knee | Secretase, beta- | Secretin | Section | Section, Caesarian | Section, Cesarian | Section, cross | Section, longitudinal | Section, lower segment Cesarian (LSCS) | Sedative | Sedimentation rate | Seed implantation | Seedrin | SEER | SEER program | Segawa dystonia | Segment, genomic | Segmental arterial Doppler pressures | Seizure | Seizure disorders | Seizure, absence | Seizure, astatic | Seizure, atonic | Seizure, automatic | Seizure, centrencephalic | Seizure, clonic | Seizure, complex partial | Seizure, febrile | Seizure, focal | Seizure, focal motor | Seizure, grand mal | Seizure, jackknife | Seizure, Jacksonian | Seizure, local | Seizure, myoclonic | Seizure, partial | Seizure, petit mal | Seizure, salaam | Seizure, tonic-clonic | Selective Estrogen-Receptor Modulator (SERM) | selective mutism | Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor | Selective tubal occlusion procedure | Selenium | Selenium deficiency | Selenium excess | Selenium poisoning | Selenocysteine | Selenoprotein | Selenosis | Self, fear of | Selfish operon | Sella turcica | SEM | Semen | Semen DNA analysis | SEMG | Semiallogeneic | Seminal vesicle | Senescence | Senile | Senile chorea | Senile keratosis | Senile lentigo | Senility | Sensation | Sense | Sense of smell | Sense, balance | Sense-strand RNA virus | Sensipar | Sensitivity | Sensitivity, analytic | Sensorineural deafness with XX gonadal dysgenesis | Sensorium | Sensory | Sensory integration | Sensory neuron | Sentinel lymph node | Sentinel lymph node biopsy | Sentinel node biopsy | Sentinel-lymph-node biopsy | Separation anxiety | Separation anxiety disorder | Sepsis | Sepsis, neonatal | Septal defect, atrial (ASD) | Septal defect, ventricular (VSD) | Septate | Septate vagina | Septic | Septic arthritis | Septic bursitis | Septicemia | Septorhinoplasty | Septuagenarian | Septum | Septum, atrial | Septum, cardiac | Septum, heart | Septum, interatrial | Septum, interventricular | Septum, nasal | Septum, ventricular | Sequela | Sequelae | Sequence tagged site (STS) | Sequence, complementary | Sequence, conserved | Sequence, draft DNA | Sequence, finished DNA | Sequence, intervening | Sequence, Klippel-Feil | Sequence, regulatory | Sequencing | Sequester | Ser | Serendipity | Serial amnioreduction | Serial transverse enteroplasty | Serine | SERM | Seroconversion | Serositis | Serotonin | Serotonin reuptake inhibitor, selective | Serotype | Serrated | Serration | Serratus | Serratus anterior | Serratus magnus | Serratus posterior inferior | Serratus posterior superior | Serum | Serum amyloid A | Serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase (SGOT) | Serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase (SGPT) | Serum hepatitis | Serving size | Sesamoid bone | Sesamoiditis | Sesquipedalian | Seven day diet | Seven-day measles | Seventh cranial nerve | Seventh cranial nerve paralysis | Sever condition | Severe acute respiratory syndrome | Severe combined immunodeficiency disease | Severe congenital neutropenia | Severe cyclonic storm | Severe tropical cyclone | Sex before sports | Sex chromosome | Sex region Y | Sex-determining region, Y | Sexagenarian | Sexploitation | Sexual child abuse | Sexual jealousy | Sexual masochism | Sexual sadism | Sexually transmitted disease | Sexually transmitted disease in men | Sexually transmitted diseases in women | Sexually transmitted infection
Sg-Sh | SGA | SGOT | SGPT | Shaken baby syndrome | Shank | Shark attack | Sharp | Shell egg | Shell shock | Sherlock, Sheila | Shettles method | Shield, nipple | Shigella | Shigellosis | Shin | Shin bone fever | Shin splint | Shin spot | Shinbone | Shingle | Shingles | Shingles pain | Ship fever | Shock | Shock lung | Shock syndrome, dengue | Shock, anaphylactic | Shock, cardiogenic | Shock, hypovolemic | Shock, primary | Shock, psychologic | Shock, secondary | Shock, septic | Shock, shell | Shock, spinal | Shock, toxic | Shock, vasogenic | Shopaholic | Short arm of a chromosome | Short bowel syndrome | Short hairpin RNA | Short-term memory | Shot, flu | Shotgun sequencing | Shots, allergy | Shotty | Shoulder | Shoulder blade | Shoulder bursitis | Shoulder dislocation | Shoulder dystocia | Shoulder joint | Shoulder pain | Shoulder, frozen | Show | SHP | Shprintzen syndrome | shRNA | Shulman's syndrome (Eosinophilic fasciitis) | Shunt | Shunt, Blalock-Taussig | Shunt, Glenn | Shunt, Spitz-Holter | Shunt, transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic | Shunt, transjugular, intrahepatic, portosystemic | Shunt, triculoperitoneal | Shunt, ventriculoatrial | Shunt, ventriculopleural | Shy-Drager syndrome
Si-Si | SI joint pain | Sialidosis | Siamese twin | Sib | Sibling | Sibship | Sicca syndrome | Sick building syndrome | Sick sinus syndrome | Sickle cell anemia | Sickle cell disease | Sickle cell trait | Sickle hemoglobin | Sickness, acute mountain (AMS) | Sickness, altitude | Sickness, morning | Sickness, motion | Sickness, mountain | Siddha medicine | SIDDT | Side effects | Sideropenic dysphagia | Sidney Goldring | SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) | SIDS with dysgenesis of testes | Sight, day | Sigma Theta Tau | Sigmodon hispidus | Sigmoid | Sigmoid volvulus | Sigmoidoscope | Sigmoidoscopy | Sigmoidoscopy, flexible | Sign | Sign language | Sign of pregnancy | Sign, Babinski | Sign, Gottron | Sign, Kernig | Sign, Lhermitte | Sign, Macewen | Sign, Tinel's | Sign, toe | Signal transduction | Signal transduction pathway | Signature | Sikimitoxin | Silencing, gene | Silent stroke | Silica | Silicatosis | Silicosis | Silk Road disease | Silver | Silver bullet | Silver poisoning | Simian crease | Simian virus 40 | Single base change | Single gene disease | Single nucleotide polymorphism | Single palmar flexion crease | Single palmar flexion line | Single transverse palmar crease | Single transverse palmar line | Single upper palm crease | Single upper palm line | Single-blind | Single-masked | Single-payer health care | Singultus | Sinoatrial node | Sinuous | Sinus | Sinus arrhythmia | Sinus barotrauma | Sinus bradycardia | Sinus headache | Sinus node | Sinus rhythm | Sinus tachycardia | Sinus, cavernous | Sinus, ethmoid | Sinusitis | Sir Charles Bell | siRNA | Sirolimus | Sitophilus granarius | Sitosterolemia | Situational syncope | Situs inversus totalis | Six fingers or toes | Sixth cranial nerve | Sixth disease
Sj-Sl | Sjogren of Sjogren syndrome | Sjogren syndrome | Sjogren-Larsson syndrome | SJS | Skeletal | Skeletal dysplasia | Skeletal muscle | Skeleton | Skeleton, bones of the | Skin | Skin abscess | Skin biopsy | Skin calipers | Skin color | Skin Diseases, National Institute of... | Skin erosion | Skin graft | Skin graft, allogeneic | Skin graft, autogenic | Skin graft, composite | Skin graft, full-thickness | Skin graft, mesh | Skin graft, pedicle | Skin graft, pinch | Skin graft, porcine | Skin graft, split-thickness | Skin plaque | Skin tag | Skin test for allergy | Skin test for immunity | Skin, scalded, syndrome | Skin, tattooing of the | Skittles | Skittling | Skull | Skull, hair-on-end | Skullcap | Skute barbata | SKY (spectral karyotype) | Slake | Slanted ear | Slap cheek | Slapped cheek | SLE (systemic lupus erythematosus) | Sleep | Sleep apnea | Sleep apnea, central | Sleep apnea, obstructive | Sleep disorders | Sleep drug | Sleep jerk | Sleep paralysis | Sleep restriction therapy | Sleep start | Sleep talking | Sleep, non-rapid eye movement | Sleep, NREM | Sleep, paroxysmal | Sleep, rapid eye movement | Sleep, REM | Sleep, twilight | Sleep-disordered breathing | Sleepiness, excessive daytime (EDS) | Sleeping disease | Sleeping sickness, African | Sleeplessness | Sleepwalking | Sliding hiatal hernia | Slipped disc | Slipped elbow | Slipped spine | Slipped vertebra | Slow virus | Slow-wave sleep | SLS (Sjogren-Larsson syndrome) | Sludge, biliary | SLV | Sly syndrome
Sm-Sn | SMA | Smad3 | SMAD4 | SMAD4/DPC4 | Small bowel | Small calorie | Small calorie (Calorie) | Small cell lung cancer | Small eye | Small for gestational age (SGA) | Small inducible cytokine A2 | Small inhibitory RNA | Small intestine | Small intestine insufficiency | Small saphenous vein | Smallpox | Smallpox bioterrorism | Smallpox vaccine | Smell | Smell disorder | Smell, inability to | Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome | Smith-Magenis syndrome | Smoke, environmental tobacco | Smoke, second-hand | Smokeless tobacco | Smoking, involuntary | Smoking, passive | Smoldering leukemia | Smooth muscle | Snake | Snake antivenin | Snake antivenom | Snake bite | Snake stick | SNCA | Sneeze | Snellen's chart | Snellen's test type | Snip | Snoreplasty, injection | Snoring | Snort | Snot | Snowblindness | Snowmobile safety | SNP | Snuff | Snuffbox, anatomical
So-So | Social anxiety disorder | Social psychology | Social worker, clinical | Socialized medicine | Sociogenomics | Sociopath | Sociopathic personality | Sociopathic personality disorder | Sodium | Sodium perchlorate | Soft chancre | Soft palate | Soft sore | Soft tissue sarcoma | Soft ulcer | Solar keratosis | Solipsism | Solitary tapeworm | Solitude, fear of | Somatic | Somatic cell | Somatic cell nuclear transfer | Somatic mutation | Somatization | Somatoform disorder | Somatostatin | Somatotropin | Somatropin | Somnambulism | Somnambulist | Somniloquy | Somnolence | Somnolent | Somnoplasty | Son | Sonata | Soothing | Soper, Fred L. | Sopor | Soporific | Sore | Sore throat | Sore, canker | Sore, cold | South Sudan disease | Southeast Asian hemorrhagic fever | Southern blot | Southern tick-associated rash illness | Soy milk allergy
Sp-Sp | Span, memory | Spanish disease | Spanish flu | Spanish influenza | Spasm | Spasm, coronary artery | Spasm, nictitating | Spasmodic dysphonia | Spasms, infantile | Spastic colitis | Spastic dysphonia | Spastic paraplegia, autosomal dominant | Spastic pseudoparalysis | Spasticity | SPD calcinosis | Special pathogen | Specific developmental disorder | Specific-pathogen free | Specificity | Specificity, analytic | Speckled iris | SPECT | SPECT scan | Spectral karyotype (SKY) | Spectrophotometer | Speculum | Speculum, ear | Speculum, nasal | Speculum, vaginal | Speech disorder | Speech therapist | Speech therapy | Speech, esophageal | Speech-language pathologist | Speed | Sperm | Sperm function | Sperm motility | Sperm stem cell | Spermatic cord | Spermatocide | Spermatogenesis | Spermatogonial stem cell | Spermicide, vaginal | SPF | Sphenoid | Sphenoid bone | Sphenopalatine neuralgia | Spherocytosis, hereditary (HS) | Sphingomyelin lipoidosis | Sphingomyelinase deficiency | Sphygmomanometer | Spider bites | Spider fear | Spider telangiectasia | Spider veins | Spin doctor | Spina bifida | Spina bifida cystica | Spina bifida occulta | Spinal compression | Spinal cord | Spinal cord compression | Spinal cord disease in diabetes | Spinal cord injury | Spinal fusion | Spinal muscular atrophy | Spinal nerve | Spinal stenosis | Spinal Tap | Spindle cell | Spindle neuron | Spine | Spine, slipped | Spinocerebellar | Spinocerebellar ataxia | Spinous process | Spiral CAT scan | Spirochete | Spirometry | Spit | Spitz-Holter valve | Spleen | Spleen, ruptured | Splenectomy | Splenic artery | Splenic fever | Splenic vein | Splenomegaly | Splicing, alternative | Split personality | Split-hand/split-foot malformation | Spock, Benjamin | Spondylitis | Spondylolisthesis | Spondylolysis | Spondylosis | Sponge, vaginal contraceptive | Spongiform | Spongiform encephalopathy and cerebral amyloidosis | Spongy degeneration of the central nervous system | Spontaneous abortion | Sporadic | Sporadic primary pulmonary hypertension | Sporotrichosis | Spot, blind | Spot, histo | Spots in front of the eyes | Spots, Brushfield's | Spots, Koplik's | Spotted fever | Sprain | Sprain, ankle | Sprain, metatarsophalangeal joint | Sprained ankle | Sprue, nontropical | Spur, heel | Sputum
Sq-St | Squamous cell carcinoma | Squamous cell carcinoma in situ | Squamous cells | Squamous intraepithelial lesion | Squamous-cell carcinoma | Squawroot | SRAS | SRY | SSPE | SSRI | St John's wort | St. Anthony's fire | St. Joseph Moscati | St. Louis encephalitis | St. Vitus dance | Stachybotrys | Staff of Aesculapius | Stage | Stage of dilatation | Stage of expulsion | Staging | Staging, laparoscopic | Stain, Gram | Standard of care | Stanley B. Prusiner | Stanolone | Stapes | Staph | Staph infection | Staphylococcal infection | Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome | Staphylococcus | Staphylococcus, antibiotic-resistant | Stargardt disease | STARI | Start, sleep | Startle disease | Startle reflex | Stasis | Stasis dermatitis | Stasis ulcer | STAT | Stat | State cancer registry | State, acute confusional | State, hypercoagulable | Static posture | Statins | Status epilepticus | Statutory rape | STD | STDs in men | STDs in women | Steal, subclavian | Steatohepatitis | Steele-Richardson-Olszewksi syndrome | Stein-Leventhal syndrome | Stem cell | Stem cell harvest | Stem cell harvest, peripheral blood | Stem cell transplantation | Stem cell, sperm | Stem cell, spermatogonial | Stenosis | Stenosis, aortic | Stenosis, carotid | Stenosis, carotid-artery | Stenosis, pulmonary | Stenosis, spinal | Stenosis, subaortic | Stenotic | Stent | Stent, coated | Stent, medicated | STEP procedure | Step protocol | Step therapy | Stepfather | Stepmother | Steppage gait | Stercolith | Stereotactic | Stereotactic needle biopsy | Stereotactic radiotherapy | Stereotactic surgery | Stereotaxis | Sterilization, female surgical | Sterilization, male surgical | Sterilization, surgical | Sternal rib | Sternum | Sternutation | Sternutator | Steroid | Steroid abuse | Steroid, designer | Stethoscope | Stevens-Johnson syndrome | Stewart | Stewart, Alice | STI | Stick, heel | Stickler | Stickler syndrome | Stickler syndrome, type I | Stickler syndrome, type II | Stickler syndrome, type III | Stickler's syndrome | Stickler, Gunnar B. | Stickler-Wagner syndrome | Stiff baby syndrome | Stiff lung | Still's Disease | Stillbirth | Stilling-Turk-Duane syndrome | Sting, Africanized bee | Sting, insect | Sting, jellyfish | Sting, yellow jacket | Stirrup | STL1 | STL2 | STL3 | Stockholm syndrome | Stokes Adams attack | Stoma | Stomach | Stomach cancer | Stomach emptying study | Stomach flu | Stomach paralysis | Stomach, Pavlov | Stomatitis, Vincent | Stone, kidney | Stone, renal | Stone, tonsil | Stone-mason's disease | Stones, cystine kidney | Stool | Stool occult blood test | STOP (selective tubal occlusion procedure) | Stop codon | Storm supplies kit | Storm surge | Strabismus | Strabismus surgery | Straight jacket | Straight-jacket | Straightjacket | Strain | Strain, lumbar | Strait | Strait jacket | Strait-jacket | Straitjacket | Stratum corneum | Strep | Strep test, rapid | Strep throat | Strep, group A | Streptococcus | Streptococcus faecalis | Streptococcus haemolyticus | Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumococcus) | Streptococcus pyogenes | Streptococcus, group A | Streptococcus, group B | Stress | Stress echocardiography | Stress test, pharmacologic | Stress test, physiologic | Stress test, radionucleide | Stress testing, exercise cardiac | Stretch, quadriceps | Striatum | Stricture | Stricture of the esophagus, chronic | Stricture, esophagus, acute | Striopallidodentate calcinosis | Stripping | Stroke | Stroke index | Stroke volume | Stroke, heat | Stroke, National Institute Neurological Disorders | Stroke, silent | Strollerobics | Stroma | Stromal | Strontium | Strontium ranelate | Structural genomics | Structural scoliosis | STS | Study population | Study, antro-duodenal motility | Study, cross-sectional | Study, crossover | Study, diachronic | Study, electrophysiologic | Study, Framingham | Study, gastric emptying | Study, linkage | Study, longitudinal | Study, preclinical | Study, stomach emptying | Study, synchronic | Sturge-Weber syndrome | Stye
Su-Su | Sub- | Subacute | Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE) | Subacute spongiform encephalopathy | Subaortic stenosis | Subarachnoid | Subarachnoid hemorrhage | Subclavian | Subclavian steal | Subclinical disease | Subconjunctival hemorrhage | Subcu | Subcutaneous | Subcutaneous hematoma | Subdeltoid | Subdural | Subdural hematoma | Subglottis | Subjacent | Subject | Sublingual | Sublingual gland | Subluxation | Subluxation of the radial head | Submandibular gland | Submaxillary gland | Suboxone | Subq | Subscapular | Subscapularis muscle | Substance | Substance abuse | Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services | Substance, pressor | Subtelomeric | Subtotal hysterectomy | Subungual onychomycosis, proximal white | Subutex | Subway diet: | Succenturiate | Succenturiate placenta | Succumb | Suction-assisted lipectomy | Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) | Sudden infant death with dysgenesis of testes | Sudoriferous gland | Sugar Busters diet | Suicidal | Suicide | Suicide and sexual orientation | Suicide gene | Suicide prevention | Suicide, assisted | Suicide, physician-assisted | Sulci | Sulcus | Sulfa drug | Sulfite sensitivity | Sulfonamides | Sulfonylurea | Sulfonylurea sensitivity | Sulphonylurea | Sumatriptan | Summer cold | Sumycin | Sun poisoning | Sun protection factor (SPF) | Sunburn | Sundowning | Sune K. Bergstrom | Sunscreen | Super spreader | Super- | Superbug | Supercentenarian | Supercilious | Superficial | Superficial spreading melanoma | Superfluous | Superior | Superior vena cava | Superior vena cava syndrome | Superjacent | Supernumerary | Supernumerary digit | Supernumerary nipple | Supernumerary placenta | Supertaster | Supination | Supinator foot type | Supine | Supplies kit, emergency | Supportive care | Suppressant, cough | Suppurate | Suppurative arthritis | Supraglottis | Suprarenal gland | Supraspinatus muscle | Suprasternal notch | Supraventricular tachycardia | Surface EMG | Surfactant | Surgeon | Surgeon General | Surgery | Surgery, anti-reflux (fundoplication) | Surgery, cataract | Surgery, elective | Surgery, fetal | Surgery, GERD (fundoplication) | Surgery, plastic | Surgery, reflux (fundoplication) | Surgery, retrograde intrarenal (RIRS) | Surgery, stereotactic | Surgery, video-assisted | Surgery, YAG laser | Surgical menopause | Surgicenter | Surveillance and containment | Surveillance of disease | Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Ends Results | Susceptibility genes, breast cancer | Sutton law | Sutton's law | Suture
Sv-Sy | SV 40 | SV40 | Swallower | Swallowing syncope | Swallowing tube | Swan-Ganz catheter | Sweat | Sweat chloride test | Sweat gland | Sweat gland tumor | Sweat test | Sweating | Sweating, gustatory | Sweats, night | Sweet wormwood | Swelling of the brain | Swimmer's ear | Swimming pool granuloma | Sydenham chorea | Sydenham's chorea | Sydenham, Thomas | Sylvatic plague | Sylvius, aqueduct of | Symbol of medicine | Symbol of pediatrics | Symmetric lipomatosis, multiple | Sympathetic nervous system | Sympathetic ophthalmia | Sympathicoblastoma | Symphysiotomy | Symphysis pubis | Symptom | Symptom of pregnancy | Symptomatic | Symptomatic treatment | Symptoms, withdrawal | Synaesthesia | Synapse | Synapsis | Synaptic cleft | Synaptonemal complex | Syncephaly | Synchronic study | Syncope | Syncope, coughing | Syncope, defecation | Syncope, heat | Syncope, micturition | Syncope, situational | Syncope, swallowing | Syncope, vasodepressor | Syncope, vasovagal | Syndactyly | Syndactyly, bony | Syndactyly, complete | Syndactyly, cutaneous | Syndactyly, partial | Syndactyly, Poland | Syndecan | Syndemic | Syndromatic hepatic ductular hypoplasia | Syndrome | Syndrome of ichthyosis, spasticity, oligophrenia | Syndrome X | Syndrome, Aarskog | Syndrome, Aarskog-Scott | Syndrome, Aase-Smith I | Syndrome, Aase-Smith II | Syndrome, abdominal muscle deficiency | Syndrome, Achoo | Syndrome, acquired immunodeficiency | Syndrome, acute brain | Syndrome, acute respiratory distress | Syndrome, adult respiratory distress | Syndrome, Alagille | Syndrome, Alexander | Syndrome, Alpers | Syndrome, Alport | Syndrome, Alstrom | Syndrome, androgen insensitivity | Syndrome, antiphospholipid antibody | Syndrome, aortic arch | Syndrome, Apert (acrocephalosyndactyly) | Syndrome, Asperger | Syndrome, atypical measles (AMS) | Syndrome, autoimmune polyendocrinopathy | Syndrome, autoimmune polyglandular (APS) | Syndrome, Barlow | Syndrome, battered child | Syndrome, Behcet's | Syndrome, Bernard | Syndrome, Bernard-Soulier | Syndrome, Bloch-Sulzberger | Syndrome, Boerhaave's | Syndrome, Brachmann-de Lange | Syndrome, Brown | Syndrome, burning mouth | Syndrome, carcinoid | Syndrome, carpal tunnel | Syndrome, cartilage hair hypoplasia | Syndrome, cauda equina | Syndrome, cavernous sinus | Syndrome, cerebrohepatorenal | Syndrome, chromosome 4 short-arm deletion | Syndrome, chromosome 4p- | Syndrome, Churg-Strauss | Syndrome, Cockayne | Syndrome, Coffin-Lowry | Syndrome, Cogan | Syndrome, complete androgen insensitivity | Syndrome, congenital central hypoventilation | Syndrome, congenital rubella | Syndrome, Conn | Syndrome, contiguous gene | Syndrome, Cornelia de Lange | Syndrome, cracked tooth | Syndrome, Creutzfeldt-Jakob | Syndrome, Cushing | Syndrome, cyclic vomiting | Syndrome, Danlos | Syndrome, de Lange | Syndrome, deafness-ichthyosis-keratitis | Syndrome, dengue shock | Syndrome, DiGeorge | Syndrome, Down | Syndrome, Duane | Syndrome, dumping | Syndrome, dyskeratosis congenita | Syndrome, Eagle | Syndrome, economy class | Syndrome, Edwards | Syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos | Syndrome, Fahr | Syndrome, fetal alcohol (FAS) | Syndrome, fish-odor | Syndrome, floppy baby | Syndrome, Frey | Syndrome, Gareis-Mason | Syndrome, Gelineau | Syndrome, Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker | Syndrome, giant platelet | Syndrome, Gilbert | Syndrome, goiter-deafness | Syndrome, Gower (situational syncope) | Syndrome, Guillain-Barre | Syndrome, Gulf War | Syndrome, Gustavson | Syndrome, hand-foot-and-mouth | Syndrome, Hantavirus pulmonary | Syndrome, HDR | Syndrome, Hecht | Syndrome, HELLP | Syndrome, hemolytic uremic | Syndrome, Hermansky-Pudlak (HPS) | Syndrome, Horner | Syndrome, Hurler | Syndrome, hypoplastic left heart | Syndrome, ichthyosis-keratitis-deafness | Syndrome, incontinentia pigmenti | Syndrome, irritable bowel (IBS) | Syndrome, Jadassohn-Lewandowski | Syndrome, Johnson-Stevens | Syndrome, joint hypermobility | Syndrome, Kanner | Syndrome, Kartagener's | Syndrome, Kawasaki | Syndrome, keratitis-ichthyosis-deafness | Syndrome, KID | Syndrome, Kimmelstiel-Wilson | Syndrome, kinky hair | Syndrome, Klinefelter | Syndrome, Klippel-Feil | Syndrome, Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber (KTW) | Syndrome, Kostmann | Syndrome, Landau-Kleffner | Syndrome, Launois-Bensaude | Syndrome, Lennox | Syndrome, Lennox-Gastaut | Syndrome, Lenz microphthalmia | Syndrome, Li-Fraumeni (LFS) | Syndrome, lipodystrophy | Syndrome, locked-in | Syndrome, long QT | Syndrome, Marfan | Syndrome, Martin-Bell | Syndrome, Martorell | Syndrome, MASA | Syndrome, MASS | Syndrome, McKusick-Kaufman | Syndrome, MELAS | Syndrome, Meniere | Syndrome, Menkes | Syndrome, mucocutaneous lymph node | Syndrome, Munchhausen | Syndrome, myelodysplastic | Syndrome, nail-patella | Syndrome, nervous colon | Syndrome, Noonan (NS) | Syndrome, Osler-Rendu-Weber | Syndrome, Pagon | Syndrome, Pallister-Killian | Syndrome, paraneoplastic | Syndrome, Patau | Syndrome, patellofemoral (PFS) | Syndrome, Paterson-Kelly | Syndrome, Pendred | Syndrome, Peter Pan | Syndrome, phantom limb | Syndrome, Pickwickian | Syndrome, piriformis | Syndrome, Pisa | Syndrome, Poland | Syndrome, polycystic ovary | Syndrome, polyglandular autoimmune (PGA) | Syndrome, popliteal pterygium | Syndrome, post-polio (PPS) | Syndrome, Prader-Willi | Syndrome, premenstrual | Syndrome, Proteus | Syndrome, prune belly | Syndrome, radial aplasia-thrombocytopenia | Syndrome, Raeder's | Syndrome, Ramsay Hunt | Syndrome, reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSDS) | Syndrome, Reiter | Syndrome, renal, with hemorrhagic fever | Syndrome, Rendu-Osler-Weber | Syndrome, respiratory distress (RDS) | Syndrome, Rett | Syndrome, Reye | Syndrome, Ricker | Syndrome, Riley-Day | Syndrome, Rothmund-Thomson | Syndrome, SAPHO | Syndrome, scalded skin | Syndrome, Shprintzen | Syndrome, Shulman's (Eosinophilic fasciitis) | Syndrome, sicca | Syndrome, sick sinus | Syndrome, Sjogren | Syndrome, Sjogren's | Syndrome, Sjogren-Larsson | Syndrome, Stein-Leventhal | Syndrome, Stevens-Johnson | Syndrome, stiff baby | Syndrome, superior vena cava | Syndrome, TAR | Syndrome, tarsal tunnel | Syndrome, temporomandibular joint | Syndrome, testicular feminization | Syndrome, tetraphocomelia-thrombocytopenia | Syndrome, third and fourth pharyngeal pouch | Syndrome, thoracic outlet | Syndrome, thrombocytopenia-absent radius | Syndrome, Timothy | Syndrome, TMJ | Syndrome, tooth and nail | Syndrome, Tourette | Syndrome, toxic shock | Syndrome, trisomy 13 | Syndrome, trisomy 18 | Syndrome, trisomy 21 | Syndrome, Turner-Kieser | Syndrome, Usher | Syndrome, von Hippel-Lindau | Syndrome, Waardenburg | Syndrome, Werner | Syndrome, Witkop | Syndrome, Wolf-Hirschhorn | Syndrome, Wolff-Parkinson-White | Syndrome, Wolfram | Syndrome, WPW | Syndrome, yeast | Syndrome, Zellweger | Syndrome, Zollinger-Ellison | Syndromic | Synesthesia | Synesthete | Synovectomy | Synovia | Synovial chondromatosis | Synovial cyst, popliteal | Synovial fluid | Synovial lining | Synovial membrane | Synovial osteochondromatosis | Synovial sarcoma | Synovitis | Synthesis | Synuclein | Syphilis | Syphilis test (FTA-ABS) | Syphilis test, RPR | Syphilis test, VDRL | Syphilis, congenital | Syphilis, tertiary | Syphilitic | Syringe | Syringoma | System, autonomic nervous | System, cardiac conduction | System, cardiovascular | System, central nervous (CNS) | System, immune | System, locomotive | System, parasympathetic nervous | System, peripheral nervous (PNS) | System, sympathetic nervous | Systemic | Systemic lupus erythematosus | Systemic mastocytosis | Systemic therapy | Systemic-onset juvenile chronic arthritis | Systemic-onset juvenile rheumatoid arthritis | Systems biology | Systole | Systole, extra | Systole, premature | Systolic | Systolic click-murmur syndrome
Sz-Sz | Sz


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Ta-Ta | T (thymine) | T cell | T cell, peripheral | T lymphocyte, cytotoxic | T-4 cell | T-4 count | T-8 cells | T-cell depletion | T-cell leukemia | T-cell lymphoma | T-cell receptor | T-helper cell | T-suppressor cell | T-suppressor cells | T-suppressor count | t.i.d. (on prescription) | T1-T12 (thoracic vertebrae) | T4 | Tabes dorsalis | Table | Tablespoon | Tablet | Tablet splitter | Tablet splitting | Tabun | TACE | Tache noire | Tachycardia | Tachycardia, paroxysmal atrial | Tachycardia, sinus | Tachycardia, ventricular | Tachypnea | Tacrolimus | Tactile | Tactile device | Taenia | Taenia armata | Taenia asiatica | Taenia dentata | Taenia saginata | Taenia solium | Taeniasis | Tag, ear | Tag, preauricular | Tag, skin | Tail | Tailbone | Taint | Takayasu arteritis | Takayasu disease | Talc | Talipes | Talipes equinovarus | Talus | Tamoxifen (Nolvadex) | Tampon | Tamponade, balloon | Tamponade, cardiac | Tamponade, chronic | Tamponade, esophagogastric | Tamponade, pericardial | Tanapox | Tandem mass spectrometry | Tandem MS | Tandem repeat sequences | Tap, joint (aspiration) | Tap, spinal | Tapazol | Tapeworm | Tapeworm infection, pork | Tapeworm, African | Tapeworm, armed | Tapeworm, beef | Tapeworm, measly | Tapeworm, pork | TAR syndrome | Tarantella | Tarantism | Tarantismo | Tarantismo | Tardive dyskinesia | Targeted radiation therapy | Tarsal cyst | Tarsal gland | Tarsal tunnel syndrome | Tarsus | Tarsus, bony | Tartar | Tassinari syndrome | Taste | Taste bud | Tattoo | Tattoo removal | Tattoos & permanent makeup | Tay-Sachs disease
Tb-Tf | TB | TC-99 tetrofosmin scintimammography | TCM | Td | Td immunization | Tear | Tear film | Tear gas poisoning | Tear gland | Teaspoon | Technetium tetrofosmin scintimammography | Technology transfer | Technology, recombinant DNA | TEE | Teething | Telangiectasia perstans | Telangiectasia, hereditary hemorrhagic | Telemedicine | Teleological | Teleology | Telepathology | Telesurgery | Telogen effluvium | Telomerase | Telomere | Temperature | Temple | Temporal | Temporal arteritis | Temporal bone | Temporal lobe | Temporal lobe epilepsy | Temporal-lobe epilepsy | Temporary loss of consciousness | Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) | Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) | Ten-day measles | Tendinitis | Tendo Achilles | Tendo calcaneus | Tendon | Tendon, Achilles | Tendon, patellar | Tendonitis, Achilles | Tendonitis, patellar | Tendonopathy | Tendonopathy, patellar | Tenesmus | Tenia | Tennis elbow | Tenormin | Tenosynovitis, De Quervain's | Tension | Tension pneumothorax | Tension, arterial | Tension, intraocular | Tension, intravenous | Tent, oxygen | Tenth cranial nerve | ter in die (on prescription) | Teratogen | Teratogen, coumadin as | Teratogen, Ecstasy as | Teratogen, warfarin as | Teratogenic | Teratogenic drugs | Teratoma | Teratoma, ovarian | Teres minor muscle | Terminal ileitis | Termination codon | Test, allergy scratch | Test, allergy skin | Test, auditory brainstem response | Test, Brazelton | Test, CA 125 | Test, carcinoembryonic antigen | Test, CEA | Test, child development | Test, Denver Developmental Screening | Test, EPO | Test, erythropoietin | Test, exercise | Test, exercise cardiac stress | Test, exercise treadmill | Test, eye chart | Test, eyedrop | Test, fecal occult blood | Test, Fisher's exact | Test, fluorescent treponemal antibody absorbed | Test, FTA-ABS | Test, Gesell Developmental | Test, glucose tolerance | Test, inkblot | Test, nerve conduction | Test, NSE | Test, ovarian cancer CA 125 | Test, Pap | Test, pharmacologic stress | Test, physiologic stress | Test, PSA | Test, pupil dilation | Test, radionucleide stress | Test, rapid plasma reagin | Test, rapid strep | Test, Rorschach | Test, RPR | Test, stool occult blood | Test, stress echocardiography | Test, sweat | Test, sweat chloride | Test, syphilis (FTA-ABS) | Test, syphilis (RPR) | Test, syphilis (VDRL) | Test, ThinPrep Pap | Test, tilt-table | Test, treadmill | Test, triglyceride | Test, VDRL | Test, Venereal Disease Research Laboratory | Test, visual acuity | Test, visual field | Testes | Testicles | Testicular cancer | Testicular feminization syndrome | Testicular self-examination | Testing, anonymous | Testis | Testosterone | Testosterone replacement therapy | Tetanus | Tetany | Tetracycline | Tetraethyl lead | Tetraethylplumbane | Tetrafluoroethylene | Tetrahydrogestrinone | Tetralogy of Fallot | Tetranucleotide | Tetrapeptide | Tetraphocomelia-thrombocytopenia syndrome
Tg-Th | TGA | TGF | Th1 | Th2 | Th3 | Thai hemorrhagic fever | Thalassemia | Thalassemia major | Thalassemia minor | Thalassemia, alpha | Thalassemia, beta | Thalassiosira pseudonana | Thalidomide baby | Thanatology | Thanatophoric dysplasia | The Lancet | The South Beach Diet | Thelarche | Theorem, Bayes | Therapeutic | Therapeutic abortion | Therapeutic cloning | Therapeutic touch | Therapeutics | Therapy | Therapy, adjuvant | Therapy, antiretroviral (ART) | Therapy, behavior | Therapy, biological | Therapy, cell | Therapy, constraint-induced movement | Therapy, electroconvulsive | Therapy, electroshock | Therapy, estrogen replacement (ERT) | Therapy, external beam radiation | Therapy, family | Therapy, fever | Therapy, gene | Therapy, grief | Therapy, hormone replacement (HRT) | Therapy, human gene | Therapy, interpersonal | Therapy, maintenance | Therapy, psychodynamic | Therapy, pulmonary | Therapy, PUVA | Therapy, respiratory | Therapy, salvage | Therapy, testosterone replacement | Thermally induced asthma | Thermometer | Thermometer, ear | Thermostat | THG | Thiamine | Thiamine deficiency, infantile | Thiazolidinedione | Thigh | Thigh bone | Thimerosal | ThinPrep Pap test | Thioxanthene | Third and fourth pharyngeal pouch syndrome | Third cranial nerve | Third degree burn | Third stage of labor | Third ventricle | Thomas Campion | Thomas Sydenham | Thomas, Lewis | Thoracentesis | Thoraces | Thoracic | Thoracic aneurysm | Thoracic aorta | Thoracic cage | Thoracic duct | Thoracic outlet syndrome | Thoracic vertebrae | Thoracolumbosacral orthosis (TLSO) | Thoracotomy | Thorax | Thoraxes | Thorn test | Thorn, George W. | Thr | Three day fever | Three-day fever | Threonine | Thrive, failure to (FTT) | Throat | Thrombectomy | Thrombi | Thrombin | Thrombinogen | Thrombocyte | Thrombocythemia | Thrombocytopenia, heparin-induced | Thrombocytopenia-absent radius syndrome | Thrombocytopenic purpura, acute | Thrombocytosis | Thromboembolism | Thrombolytic agent | Thrombophlebitis | Thrombosis | Thrombosis, cavernous sinus | Thrombosis, deep vein (DVT) | Thrombospondin | Thrombotic disease due to protein C deficiency | Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) | Thromboxane | Thromboxane A2 | Thromboxane B2 | Thrombus | Thrush | Thumb | Thymine (T) | Thymoglobulin | Thymosin | Thymus | Thymus and parathyroids, hypoplasia of | Thymus gland | Thyrocalcitonin | Thyroglobulin | Thyroglossal cyst | Thyroglossal duct cyst | Thyroid | Thyroid binding globulin | Thyroid cancer | Thyroid cartilage | Thyroid gland | Thyroid hormone | Thyroid hormone organification defect IIb | Thyroid hormone receptor | Thyroid hormones | Thyroid insufficiency | Thyroid peroxidase test | Thyroid scan | Thyroid stimulating hormone | Thyroid stimulating immunoglobulin (TSI) | Thyroid storm | Thyroidectomy | Thyroiditis | Thyroiditis, autoimmune | Thyroiditis, Hashimoto | Thyroiditis, postpartum | Thyroiditis, subacute | Thyrolingual cyst | Thyroplasty | Thyrotropin | Thyroxine
Ti-Tn | TIA | Tibia | Tibia vara | Tibial bowing | Tibial muscular dystrophy | Tic | Tic disorder | Tic douloureux | Tick | Tick bite | Tick fever | Tick typhus | Tick typhus, African | Tick typhus, Queensland | Tick, American dog | Tick, Rocky Mountain wood | Tick-borne disease | Tick-borne rickettsioses of the eastern hemisphere | Tick-borne rickettsiosis, north Asian | tid (on prescription) | Tight foreskin | Tilt-table test | Time, prothrombin | Timothy syndrome | Tinea barbae | Tinea capitis | Tinea cruris | Tinea incognito | Tinea unguium | Tinel's sign | Tinnitus | TIPS | Tired | Tiredness | Tissue | Tissue plasminogen activator | Tissue, connective | Tissue, lymphoid | Titer | Titin | Titre | TLR4 | TLSO | TMA | TMJ | TMJ syndrome | TMR | TMS | TNF | TNFRSF6
To-To | Tobacco | Tobacco smoke, environmental | Tobacco smoking | Toc- (prefix) | Toco- | Tocolysis | Tocolytic | Tocolytic agent | Tocus | Toddler | Toddler elbow | | Toe sign | Toe, turf | Toenail | Toenail, ingrown | Toes, six | Toilet | Tok- | Toko- (prefix) | Tolerance | Tolerance, immune | Toll receptor | Toll-like receptor 4 | Toluidine | Tom- | Tomo- | Tomogram | Tomograph | Tomography | Tomography, computerized | Tomography, computerized axial | Tone deafness | Tongue | Tongue base | Tongue cancer | Tongue tie | Tongue, anterior | Tonic-clonic seizure | Tonometry | Tonotopic | Tonotopy | Tonsil stone | Tonsillectomy | Tonsillitis | Tonsillolith | Tonsils | Tooth | Tooth and nail syndrome | Tooth erosion | Tooth numbering | Tooth root | Tooth root sensitivities | Tooth, cracked, syndrome | Tooth, wisdom | Toothache | Tophaceous gout | Tophi | Tophus | Topical | Topical chemotherapy | Topoisomerase | TORCH screen | Tornado supplies kit | Torpor | Torre syndrome | Torsion dystonia | Torticollis | Torticollis, congenital | Torticollis, spasmodic | Torture | Total hip replacement | Total hysterectomy | Total knee replacement | Total laryngectomy | Total parenteral nutrition | Totipotent | Tourette syndrome | Toxaphene | Toxemia | Toxic agent syndrome | Toxic goiter, diffuse | Toxic hepatitis | Toxic multinodular goiter | Toxic shock | Toxic shock syndrome | Toxic syndrome | Toxicity | Toxicogenomics | Toxicology | Toxin | Toxin, anthrax | Toxin, botulinum | Toxo (toxoplasmosis) | Toxoplasma gondii | Toxoplasmosis (toxo)
Tp-Tr | tPA | TPH2 | TPN | Trabecula | Trachea | Trachelectomy | Tracheoesophageal puncture | Tracheostomy | Tracheostomy button | Tracheostomy tube | Trachoma | Traction | Traction, orthopedic | Traditional Chinese medicine | Traditional midwife | Traditional oriental medicine | Training, cross | Trait | Trait, dominant lethal | Trait, sickle cell | Tranquilizer | Trans fat | Trans fatty acid | Trans- (prefix) | Transaminase biochemistry | Transaminase clinical usage | Transaminase nomenclature | Transaminase, serum glutamic oxaloacetic | Transaminase, serum glutamic pyruvic (SGPT) | Transcranial | Transcranial magnetic stimulation | Transcription | Transcription factor | Transcriptome | Transcriptomics | Transdifferentiation | Transducer | Transesophageal echocardiography | Transfer RNA (tRNA) | Transferrin | Transformation, genetic | Transforming growth factor | Transforming principle | Transfusion | Transfusion medicine | Transgenic | Transient global amnesia | Transient insomnia | Transient ischemic attack (TIA, Mini-Stroke) | Transillumination | Transition, menopause | Transitional cell carcinoma | Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt | Transjugular, intrahepatic, portosystemic shunt | Translation | Translocation 11 childhood leukemia | Translocation, reciprocal | Translocation, Robertsonian | Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy | Transmission distortion | Transmission, perinatal | Transmission, vertical | Transmyocardial laser revascularization | Transplant | Transplant, bone marrow | Transplant, corneal | Transplant, hand and forearm | Transplant, heart | Transplant, kidney | Transplant, liver | Transplant, lung | Transplant, renal | Transplantation genetics | Transplantation, cross-species | Transplantation, peripheral blood stem cell | Transport defect | Transport disease, cystine | Transporter gene | Transposition, genetics | Transposon | Transsexual | Transsexualism | Transthyretin | Transudate | Transurethral resection | Transvaginal ultrasound | Transverse | Transverse myelitis | Transvestism | Transvestite | Transvestitism | Trauma | Trauma center | Traumatic alopecia | Traumatic brain injury | Traumatology | Travel medicine | Travel-related disease | Traveler's diarrhea | Treacle | Treadmill | Treadmill test | Treadmill, exercise | Treatment, palliative | Treatment, PUVA | Treatment, symptomatic | Tremor | Trench fever | Trench mouth | Treponema pallidum | Triage | Trial, clinical | Triceps | Trich- (prefix) | Trichina spiralis | Trichinella spiralis | Trichinellosis | Trichinosis | Trichloroethylene | Tricho- (prefix) | Trichobezoar | Trichoepithelioma | Trichomonas | Trichomonas vaginalis | Trichomoniasis | Trichotillomania | Trichuriasis | Trichuris trichiura | Tricuspid | Tricuspid valve | Tricyclic antidepressant | Trigeminal nerve | Trigeminal neuralgia | Trigger | Triglyceride test | Triglycerides | Triiodothyronine | Trimethylaminuria (TMA) | Trimox | Trinucleotide | Trip | Trip-hammer pulse | Tripeptide | Triphalangeal | Triple C's | Triplet | Triptan | Triptans (Triptan) | Trismus | Trismus and pseudocamptodactyly syndrome | Trismus-pseudocamptodactyly syndrome | Trisomy | Trisomy 13 syndrome | Trisomy 18 syndrome | Trisomy 21 syndrome | Tritiated | Tritium | tRNA | Trocar | Trochanter | Troche | Trochlear nerve | Tropical cyclone | Tropical diabetes | Tropical oil | Tropical typhus | Trp | True cramp | True rib | Truncate | Truncation | Trunk bones | Trunk, pulmonary | Trypanosoma cruzi | Trypanosomiasis, African | Trypanosomiasis, American | Tryptophan
Ts-Tu | TSC1 | TSC2 | TSD | TSE | TSH | TSH receptor | TSI | Tsutsugamushi disease | TTP (thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura) | TTR | Tubal occlusion procedure, selective (STOP) | Tubal pregnancy | Tube | Tube feeding | Tube, auditory | Tube, ear | Tube, endotracheal | Tube, Eustachian | Tube, Fallopian | Tube, nasogastric | Tube, NG | Tube, otopharyngeal | Tube, swallowing | Tube, tympanostomy | Tuber | Tubercle | Tubercular | Tuberculin | Tuberculosis | Tuberculosis treatment | Tuberculosis, active | Tuberculosis, antibiotic-resistant | Tuberculosis, avian | Tuberculosis, bovine | Tuberculosis, dormant | Tuberculosis, drug-resistant | Tuberculosis, extrapulmonary | Tuberculosis, genetic susceptibility to | Tuberculosis, MDR | Tuberculosis, miliary | Tuberculosis, pulmonary | Tuberculotic | Tuberculous | Tuberculous diskitis | Tuberculous meningitis | Tuberoeruptive xanthoma | Tuberous sclerosis | Tuberous sclerosis 1 | Tuberous sclerosis 2 | Tubes | Tubular vision | Tubule | Tularemia | Tumeric | Tumescent | Tumescent liposuction | Tummy | Tumor | Tumor debulking | Tumor grade | Tumor marker | Tumor marker, CEA | Tumor marker, NSE | Tumor necrosis factor | Tumor registry | Tumor suppressor gene | Tumor, carcinoid | Tumor, desmoid | Tumor, ear | Tumor, islet cell | Tumor, malignant giant cell | Tumor, primary | Tumor, sweat gland | Tumor, Wilms | Tuna | Tunica albuginea | Tunica albuginea of the testis | Tunnel vision | Turban tumor syndrome | Turbinate | Turbinectomy | Turcot syndrome | Turf toe | Turgor | Turner syndrome | Turner-Kieser syndrome
Tv-Ty | TVS | Twelfth cranial nerve | Twenty-twenty | Twilight sleep | Twin | Twin, vanishing | Twisted ankle | Two-animal rule | Two-faced twins | TXA2 | TXB2 | Tylenol | Tylosis | Tylosis with esophageal cancer | Tympanic | Tympanic cavity | Tympanic membrane | Tympanites | Tympano- | Tympanometry | Tympanoplasty | Tympanostomy tube | Tympanum | Tympany | Type 1 diabetes | Type 1 GM2-gangliosidosis | Type 2 diabetes | Type 2 myotonic dystrophy | Type I error | Type II error | Typhoid | Typhoid fever | Typhus | Typhus fever | Typhus, African tick | Typhus, classic | Typhus, endemic | Typhus, epidemic | Typhus, European | Typhus, louse-borne | Typhus, mite-borne | Typhus, murine | Typhus, Queensland tick | Typhus, rat-flea | Typhus, scrub | Typhus, tick | Typhus, tropical | Typhus, urban. of Malaya | Typist's cramp | Tyr | Tyrosine | Tyrosinemia | Tyrosinemia type I | Tyrosinemia type II
Tz-Tz | Tzanck smear | Tzanck test


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Ua-Uo | U (uracil) | UA | UAA | UAG | UAL | Ubidecarenone | Ubiquinone | Ubiquitin | Ubiquitination | Ubiquitous | UBT | UDP-glucuronosyltransferase | UGA | UL | Ulcer | Ulcer, aphthous | Ulcer, Buruli | Ulcer, duodenal | Ulcer, esophageal | Ulcer, gastric | Ulcer, peptic | Ulcer, stasis | Ulceration | Ulcerative colitis | Ulcerative gingivitis | Ulcerative proctitis | Ullrich congenital muscular dystrophy | Ulna | Ulnar | Ulnar nerve | Ulocarcinoma | Ultrafast CT | Ultrasonic-assisted liposuction | Ultrasound | Ultrasound during pregnancy | Ultrasound, Doppler | Ultrasound, endoscopic | Ultrasound, transvaginal | Ultrasound/Ultrasonography | Ultraviolet A | Ultraviolet B | Ultraviolet C | Ultraviolet radiation | Umami | Umbilical cord | Umbilicus | UMP | Unassisted childbirth | Uncertainty | Unconscious | Unconsciousness, temporary | Under the weather | Underload syndrome | Underventilation | Underwater weighing | Undifferentiated cancer | Undulant fever | Undulatant | Undulate | UNESCO | Unguis incarnatus | Unicellular | Unicornuate | Unilateral | Uniparous | Unique identifier reporting | Unit, international (IU) | United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) | United States Pharmacopeia | United States Public Health Service | Universal colitis | Universal donor | UNOS | Unresectable | Unresolved grief | Unsaturated fat | Unstable diabetes | Unsteadiness | Unwell
Up-Ur | Up-regulation | Upper GI series | Upper leg | Upper motor neuron | Upper respiratory infection | Upregulation | Urachus | Uracil (U) | Uranium | Urate | Urban typhus of Malaya | Urea | Urea breath test (UBT) | Ureaplasma | Uremia | Ureter | Urethra | Urethral meatus, female | Urethral opening, female | Urethral sphincter | Urethritis | Urethroscope | URG | Urge incontinence | Urgency, urinary | URI | Uric acid | Uricaciduria | Uridine monophosphate | Urinalysis | Urinary | Urinary calculus | Urinary incontinence | Urinary infection in children | Urinary tract | Urinary tract infection | Urinary tract infection in children | Urinary urgency | Urination, burning | Urination, difficulty | Urination, painful | Urine | Urine blood | Urine hemoglobin | Urine infection in children | Urine pH | UROD | UROD deficiency | Urogastrone | Urogenital | Urography | Urolithiasis | Urological surgeon | Urologist | Uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase | Uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase deficiency | Urothelium | Urticaria | Urticaria pigmentosa
Us-Uz | US Department of Agriculture | USDA | USFDA | Usher syndrome | USP | USPHS (United States Public Health Service) | ut dict. | Uterine bleeding | Uterine cancer | Uterine contraction | Uterine fibroids | Uterine fornix | Uterine lining | Uterine retroversion | Uterine rupture | Uterine tube | Uteroglobin | Uterus | Uterus cancer | Uterus, contraction of the | Uterus, prolapsed | Uterus, tipped | UTI | UTI in children | Utility | UV radiation | Uvea | Uveitis | Uvula | Uvulitis | Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty


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Vaccine, flu | Vaccine, German measles | Vaccine, inactivated polio | Vaccine, influenza | Vaccine, killed polio | Vaccine, live polio | Vaccine, meningococcal | Vaccine, oral polio | Vaccine, rubella | Vaccine, Sabin | Vaccine, Sabin polio | Vaccine, Salk | Vaccines | Vaccinia | Vaccinia adverse reaction | Vaccinia gangrenosa | Vaccinia immune globulin | Vaccinia keratitis | Vaccinia necrosum | Vaccinia, congenital | Vaccinia, disseminated | Vaccinia, fetal | Vaccinia, progressive | VACTERL association | VAD | Vagina | Vagina, septate | Vaginal birth after Cesarian section | Vaginal contraceptive sponge | Vaginal discharge | Vaginal fornix | Vaginal hysterectomy | Vaginal infection, bacterial | Vaginal introitus | Vaginal membrane | Vaginal opening | Vaginal spermicide | Vaginal vestibule | Vaginal yeast infection | Vaginitis | Vaginitis, atrophic | Vaginitis, yeast | Vaginoscopy | Vaginosis, bacterial | Vagus nerve | Val | Valdecoxib | Valetudinarian | Valga | Valgum | Valgus | Valine | Vallecula | Valley fever | Valsalva | Valsalva maneuver | Valsalva, Antonio Maria | Value, Daily | Valve, aortic | Valve, bicuspid | Valve, mitral | Valve, pulmonary | Valve, Spitz-Holter | Valve, tricuspid | Valves, heart | Vampire children | Van der Woude syndrome | Vanishing bone syndrome | Vanishing lung syndrome | Vanishing twin | VAQTA | Vara | Varco | Varco, Richard L. | Variant angina | Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease | Variation, observer | Varicella (chickenpox) | Varicella immunization | Varicella rash | Varicocele | Varicose vein | Varicose veins | Varicosity | Variola | Variolation | Varix | Varum | Varus | Vas deferens | Vasa previa | Vascular | Vascular bed | Vascular dementia | Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) | Vascular headache | Vasculitis | Vasculitis, allergic | Vasculitis, retinal | Vasectomy | Vasoconstriction | Vasodepressor syncope | Vasodilation | Vasodilators | Vasomotor | Vasomotor rhinitis | Vasopressin | Vasovagal attack | Vasovagal reaction | Vasovagal syncope | VATER association | Vater, ampulla of | Vater, papilla of
Vb-Vg | VBAC | vCJD | VCU | VCUG | VDRL test | Vector | Vector, cloning | Vectrin | VEGF | Vein | Vein of Galen aneurysm | Vein, brachial | Vein, central retinal | Vein, external jugular | Vein, femoral | Vein, great saphenous | Vein, hepatic | Vein, inferior vena cava | Vein, internal jugular | Vein, jugular | Vein, large saphenous | Vein, mesenteric | Vein, portal | Vein, pulmonary | Vein, saphenous | Vein, small saphenous | Vein, splenic | Vein, superior vena cava | Vein, varicose | Veins, ophthalmic | Veisalgia | Velamentous insertion of umbilical cord | Velocardiofacial syndrome | Velpeau hernia | Velvet ant sting | Vena cava | Vena cava syndrome, superior | Vena cava, inferior | Vena cava, superior | Venereal | Venereal disease | Venereal Disease Research Laboratory test | Venereal wart | Venin | Venipuncture | Venom | Venom, scorpion | Venomous | Venous aneurysm | Venous catheter, central | Venous catheterization | Venous claudication | Venous line, central | Ventilation | Ventilation, mechanical | Ventilation, positive pressure | Ventilator | Ventral | Ventricle | Ventricle, brain | Ventricle, cerebral | Ventricle, fourth | Ventricle, heart | Ventricle, lateral | Ventricle, left | Ventricle, right | Ventricle, third | Ventricles | Ventricular | Ventricular arrhythmias | Ventricular assist device | Ventricular beat, premature | Ventricular fibrillation | Ventricular septal defect (VSD) | Ventricular septum | Ventricular tachycardia | Ventriculopleural shunt | Venule | VER | Verbal child abuse | Vernix | Vernix caseosa | Verruca | Version | Vertebra | Vertebra, first cervical | Vertebra, prominent | Vertebra, second cervical | Vertebra, slipped | Vertebrae | Vertebrae, cervical | Vertebrae, coccygeal | Vertebrae, lumbar | Vertebrae, sacral | Vertebrae, thoracic | Vertebral arch | Vertebral artery | Vertebral column | | Vertebral rib | Vertebroplasty | Vertex | Vertical | Vertical transmission | Vertigo | Vertigo, benign paroxysmal positional (BPPV) | Vertigo, recurrent aural | Very low calorie diet (VLCD) | VES (Voluntary Euthanasia Society) | Vesical | Vesicant | Vesicate | Vesicatory | Vesicle | Vesicle, seminal | Vesicles | Vesicoenteric | Vesicointestinal | Vesicular | Vesicular rickettsiosis | Vesiculitis | Vesiculography | Vessel | Vessel, afferent | Vessel, efferent | Vestibular | Vestibular apparatus | Vestibular disorders | Vestibular neuronitis | Vestibular system | Vestibule | Vestibule of the ear | Vestibule, vaginal | Vestibulocochlear nerve | Vestigial | Veterinary medicine
Vh-Vn | VHF | VHL | Viable | Vibramycin | Vibration white finger | Vibrio | Vibrio cholerae | Vibrio cholerae genome | Vibrotactile aid | Video-assisted resection | Video-assisted surgery | Vidian neuralgia | VIG | Villi | Villus | Villus, intestinal | Vinca alkaloid | Vincent angina | Vincent gingivitis | Vincent infection | Vincent stomatitis | Vinyl chloride | Viral | Viral encephalitis | Viral hemorrhagic fever | Viral hepatitis | Viral infection | Viral myocarditis | Viral particle | Viremia | Virginal membrane | Virilize | Virion | Virology | Virtual colonoscopy | Virulence | Virulent | Virus | Virus, attenuated | Virus, Coxsackie | Virus, Ebola | Virus, human immunodeficiency (HIV) | Virus, human lymphotropic, type III | Virus, human papilloma | Virus, JC | Virus, lymphadenopathy | Virus, lymphadenopathy-associated | Virus, Marburg | Virus, negative-strand RNA | Virus, Nipah | Virus, positive-strand RNA | Virus, pox | Virus, respiratory syncytial | Virus, xenotropic | Viruses | Viscera | Visceral | Visceral leishmaniasis | Visceral pericardium | Viscus | Vision therapy | Vision, binocular | Vision, blurred | Vision, central | Vision, low | Vision, macular | Vision, peripheral | Vision, tubular | Vision, tunnel | Visual acuity | Visual acuity test | Visual contrast sensitivity | Visual evoked response | Visual field | Visual field test | Visual nerve pathways | Visual pathway glioma | Visual receptor | Vital | Vital bodily function | Vitamin A | Vitamin A deficiency | Vitamin B -- niacin | Vitamin B -- nicotinic acid | Vitamin B -- pantothenic acid | Vitamin B1 | Vitamin B1 deficiency, infantile | Vitamin B12 | Vitamin B12-responsive methylmalonicaciduria | Vitamin B15 | Vitamin B2 | Vitamin B3 | Vitamin B5 | Vitamin B6 | Vitamin D | Vitamin D requirement | Vitamin D3 | Vitamin E | Vitamin K | Vitamin O | Vitamin P | Vitamin Q10 | Vitamin requirements, infant | Vitamin therapy | Vitamins | Vitiligo | Vitrectomy | Vitreous | Vitreous type 2 Stickler syndrome | Vitreous type Stickler syndrome
Vo-Vz | Vocal cord | Vocal cord paralysis | Vocal cord, false | Vocal tremor | Vohwinkel syndrome | Voice box | Voice disorder | Void | Voiding cystourethrogram | Voiding cystourethrography | Volar | Volume, stroke | Voluntary | Voluntary Euthanasia Society (VES) | Volvulus | Vomer | Vomit | Vomiting in pregnancy, excess | Vomiting of pregnancy, pernicious | Vomitus | Von Hippel-Lindau syndrome | von Recklinghausen disease | Von Willebrand disease | Voyeurism | Vrolik's disease | VSD | Vulnerary | Vulva | Vulva cancer | Vulvar | Vulvar cancer | Vulvar pain, chronic | Vulvar vestibulitis | Vulvitis | Vulvitis, yeast | Vulvodynia, essential | VWM


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Wa-We | Waardenburg syndrome | Waardenburg, Petrus Johannes | Wagner syndrome | Wagner's syndrome | Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia | Walker, baby | Walleye | Walleyed | Wamble | Warburg apparatus | Warburg's yellow enzyme | Warfarin | Warfarin, teratogenicity of | Warshaw | Warshaw, Joseph | Wart | Wart, genital | Wart, venereal | Warts, plantar | Wasp sting | Wasting | Watchful waiting | Water | Water blister | Water channel | Water fluoridation | Water hammer pulse | Water on the brain | Water pore | Water requirements, infant | Waterborne bacterial disease | Watermelon | Watermelon stomach | Watson | Watson, James | Wax dip | Wax, ear | WBC | WBS | WDWN | Weasand | Weaver syndrome | Weaver's bottom | Weaver-Smith syndrome. | Wegener's granulomatosis | Weighing, hydrostatic | Weighing, underwater | Weight loss | Weight Watchers | Weil syndrome | Weissenbacher-Zweymuller syndrome | Wellcovorin | Welt | Werner syndrome | Werner-His disease | Wesand | Wesil | West Nile encephalitis | West Nile fever | West Nile virus | West syndrome | Western blot | Western medicine | Wet brain | Wet lung | Wet market | Wezand
Wf-Wl | WF | WFS1 | Wharton's jelly | Wheal | Wheat weevil | Wheezer | Wheezing | WHI | Whiplash injury | Whipple disease | Whipple procedure | Whipworm | White blood cell | White blood cell count | White cell differential, automated | White coat hypertension | White matter | White phosphorus | White spots on the nails | White subungual onychomycosis, proximal | White-coat hypertension (White coat hypertension) | White-footed mouse | Whitehead | Whitmore's disease | Whitmore-Jewett staging system | WHO (World Health Organization) | Whole-arm translocation | Whooping cough | WHS | Wiedemann-Beckwith syndrome | Wildervanck syndrome | Wilkins, Lawson | Will, living | Willebrand-Juergens disease | William Dobelle | Williams syndrome | Willis, circle of | Wilms tumor | Wilson disease | Wimmin | Wind chill | Window, round | Windpipe | Wing bone | Winter depression | Wisdom tooth | Witch's milk | Withdrawal symptoms | Withdrawal, penis | Witkop syndrome
Wm-Wz | WM | WNL | Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome | Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome | Wolfram syndrome | Wolframin | Wolhynia fever | Womb | Womb cancer | Women's Health Initiative | Women's hospital | Womyn | Word blindness | Word deafness | Wordprocessor's cramp | Working memory | World Health Organization | Wormwood | WPW syndrome | Wrinkling, retinal | Wrist | Writer's cramp | Wry neck | Wt | Wymin | Wymmin


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Xa-Xo | X (drug caution code) | X (in genetics) | X chromosome | X chromosome inactivation | X inactivation | X, factor | X-linked | X-linked juvenile retinoschisis | X-linked retinoschisis | X-ray | X-ray crystallography | X-ray, AP | X-ray, lateral | X-ray, PA | X-rays during pregnancy | Xanax | Xanth- (prefix) | Xanthelasma | Xanthine | Xanthinuria | Xanthoma | Xanthoma tendinosum | Xanthoma tuberosum | Xanthoma, diabetic | Xanthoma, disseminatum | Xanthoma, eruptive | Xanthoma, planar | Xanthomatosis | Xanthopsia | Xanthosis | Xen- (prefix) | Xeno- (prefix) | Xenoantigen | Xenobiotic | Xenograft | Xenotransplantation | Xenotropic virus | Xeric | Xero- | Xeroderma | Xeroderma pigmentosum | Xerogram | Xeromammography | Xerophagia | Xerophthalmia | Xeroradiograph | Xeroradiography | Xerosis | Xerostomia | Xiphoid process
Xp-Xz | XP | XRT | XTC | Xuezhikang | XX | XX gonadal dysgenesis with sensorineural deafness | XX male syndrome | XXX syndrome | XXXX syndrome | XXXXX syndrome | XXY | XY | Xylitol | XYY | XYY syndrome


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Ya-Yz | Y (in chemistry) | Y (in genetics) | Y chromatin | Y chromosome | Y chromosome infertility | Y chromosome sex-determining region | Y map | Y sex-determining region | Y-linkage | Y-linked | Y-linked gene | Y-linked inheritance | Y. pestis | YAC | YAG laser surgery | YAMA | Yard | Yawn | Yawning | Yaws | yd. | Yeast | Yeast artificial chromosome (YAC) | Yeast diaper rash | Yeast genome | Yeast infection | Yeast rash | Yeast syndrome | Yeast vaginitis | Yeast vulvitis | Yellow enzyme, Warburg's | Yellow enzymes | Yellow fever | Yellow jack | Yellow jacket sting | Yerba mate | Yersinia | Yersinia enterocolitica | Yersinia pestis | Yersinia pestis genome | Yersiniosis | Yoga | Yogurt | Yolk sac | Yolk stalk | Youth | Youth violence | Yttrium | Yttrium Y 90 ibritumomab tiuxetan


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Za-Zz | Z chromosome | Zaleplon | ZAP-70 | Zebra | Zeitgeber | Zellweger syndrome | Zenker diverticulum | Zenker's diverticulum | Zhitai | Zhong Wei Chen | Zhong-Wei Chen | Zidovudine | Zidovudine triphosphate | ZIFT | Zinc | Zinc acetate | Zinc deficiency | Zinc deficiency dermatitis and diarrhea | Zinc excess | Zinc finger | Zinc finger protein 9 | Zinc ointment | Zinc oxide | Zinc sulfate | Zinc-finger protein | Zinsser disease | ZIP code, protein | ZNF9 | Zoll | Zoll, Paul M. | Zollinger-Ellison syndrome | Zolmitriptan | Zolpidem | Zomig | Zona | Zona pellucida | Zone Diet | Zoonosis | Zoonotic | Zoonotic disease | Zoonotic transfer | Zooparasite | Zovirax | Zygoma | Zygomatic arch | Zygomatic bone | Zygomycosis | Zygote | Zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT) | Zygotic lethal gene


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nanobot (W3)

Engl. "nanobot" = dt. "Mini-Roboter", setzt sich zusammen aus griech. "nãnos" = dt. "Zwerg" und engl. "bot" für "Roboter".

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nanobot (n.), antedating 1991 John Varley, Steel Beach a nanotechnological robot


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Kleine Helfer - Was sind Nanobots? - Winzige Roboter sollen in Zukunft in unserem Körper Jagd auf böse Zellen machen. Weiter>>

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"NIAID" steht für "National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases".

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"NIH" steht für "National Institutes of Health".

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Browse Health Topics Alphabetically

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Abnormalities see Birth Defects Abortion About Your Medicines Accidents Achondroplasia see Dwarfism Acid Maltase Deficiency see Metabolic Disorders Acid Reflux see Gastroesophageal Reflux/Hiatal Hernia Acne Acoustic Neuroma Acquired Epileptiform Aphasia see Aphasia Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome see AIDS Acromegaly see Pituitary Disorders Acupuncture see Alternative Medicine ADD see Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Addison's Disease ADHD see Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Adie see Neurologic Diseases (General) Adolescent Development see Teen Development Adolescent Health see Teen Health Adrenal Gland Disorders Adrenocortical Carcinoma Adrenoleukodystrophy see Leukodystrophies African American Health Age-Related Macular Degeneration Ageusia see Taste and Smell Disorders Aging see Seniors' Health (General) AIDS AIDS and Infections AIDS and Pregnancy AIDS--Living with AIDS AIDS-Related Malignancies Air Pollution Alaska Native Health see Native American Health Alcohol Abuse in Pregnancy see Pregnancy and Substance Abuse Alcohol and Youth Alcohol Consumption Alcoholism Allergy Alopecia see Hair Diseases and Hair Loss Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency ALS see Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Alternative Medicine Amblyopia AMD see Age-Related Macular Degeneration Amenorrhea see Menstruation and Premenstrual Syndrome Amphetamine Abuse see Methamphetamine Abuse Amputees Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Anabolic Steroids Anal Cancer Anal Warts see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Anal/Rectal Diseases Anaphylaxis see Allergy Anemia Anencephaly see Neural Tube Defects Anesthesia Aneurysms Angina Angioplasty see Heart Bypass Surgery/Angioplasty Animal Bites see Bites and Stings Ankle Injuries and Disorders Anophthalmia & Microphthalmia Anorexia see Eating Disorders Anosmia see Taste and Smell Disorders Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury see Knee Injuries and Disorders Anthrax Antibiotics Antimicrobial Resistance see Antibiotics Antioxidants Anxiety Aortic Stenosis see Heart Valve Diseases Aphasia Aplastic Anemia see Anemia Appendicitis Arm Injuries and Disorders see Wrist/Arm Injuries and Disorders Arnold-Chiari Malformation see Head and Brain Malformations Arrhythmia Arsenic Arteriosclerosis of Extremities see Circulatory Disorders Arthritis Artificial Limbs see Amputees Asbestos/Asbestosis Asian American Health Asthma Asthma in Children Ataxia see Movement Disorders Atherosclerosis Atopic Dermatitis see Eczema Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Auditory Tumor see Acoustic Neuroma Autism Autoimmune Diseases (General) Avascular Necrosis see Osteonecrosis Avian Flu see Bird Flu


(E?)(L?) http://health.nih.gov/topics/B

Baby Blues see Postpartum Depression Back Injuries Back Pain Bacterial Infections Bacterial Vaginosis see Vaginal Diseases Balance Disorders see Dizziness and Vertigo Barrett's Esophagus see Esophagus Disorders Basal Cell Carcinoma see Skin Cancer Bedwetting see Toilet Training and Bedwetting Behcet's Syndrome Bell's Palsy Bereavement Bietti's Crystalline Dystrophy Bile Duct Cancer Bile Duct Diseases see Gallbladder and Bile Duct Diseases Biliary Cirrhosis see Gallbladder and Bile Duct Diseases Binge Eating see Eating Disorders Biodefense Biological and Chemical Weapons see Biodefense Bioterrorism see Biodefense Bipolar Disorder Bird Flu Birth Control/Contraception Birth Defects Bites and Stings Bladder Cancer Bladder Control see Urinary Incontinence Bladder Diseases Bleeding Disorders Blepharitis Blepharospasm Blindness see Low Vision & Blindness Blood Cells see Blood/Blood Transfusion Blood Donation see Blood/Blood Transfusion Blood Sugar see Diabetes Blood Tests see Laboratory Tests Blood/Blood Transfusion BMI see Weight Loss/Dieting Body Mass Index see Weight Loss/Dieting Bone Cancer Bone Diseases Bone Health Bone Loss see Osteoporosis Bone Marrow Diseases Bone Marrow Transplantation Botulinum Toxin see Foodborne Diseases Botulism see Foodborne Diseases Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy see Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Brachial Plexus Injuries see Peripheral Nerve Disorders Brain Attack see Stroke Brain Cancer see Brain Tumors Brain Diseases Brain Injuries see Head and Brain Injuries Brain Malformations see Head and Brain Malformations Brain Tumors Breast Cancer Breast Diseases Breast Feeding Breast Implants/Breast Reconstruction Breathing Problems Bronchial Asthma see Asthma Bronchitis Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia see Respiratory Diseases (General) BSE see Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Bug-borne Diseases Bulimia see Eating Disorders Burns Bursitis


(E?)(L?) http://health.nih.gov/topics/C

CABG see Heart Bypass Surgery/Angioplasty Caffeine Calcium Campylobacter see Foodborne Diseases Canavan Disease see Leukodystrophies Cancer (General) Cancer Alternative Therapy Cancer Chemotherapy Cancer Radiation Therapy Cancer--Coping with Cancer Cannabis see Marijuana Abuse Carcinoid Tumors Carcinoma of Unknown Primary Cardiac Arrest see Heart Diseases (General) Cardiac Diseases see Heart Diseases (General) Cardiomyopathy see Heart Diseases (General) Cardiovascular Diseases see Heart Diseases (General) Caregivers Carotid Endarterectomy see Stroke Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Cartilage Disorders Cat Scratch Disease see Bites and Stings Cataract Celiac Disease Cell Phones see Electromagnetic Fields Cellulitis Cerebral Palsy Cerebrovascular Disease see Stroke Cervical Cancer Cervical Spine see Neck Disorders and Injuries CFS see Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease Chemical Weapons see Biodefense Chemotherapy see Cancer Chemotherapy Chest Pain see Pain Chewing Tobacco see Smokeless Tobacco Chicken Pox see Chickenpox Chickenpox Child Abuse Child Behavior Disorders Child Day Care Child Dental Health Child Development Child Mental Health Child Safety Childhood Asthma see Asthma in Children Childhood Cancers Childhood Immunization Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome see Nephrotic Syndrome Children's Health Children's Page Chiropractic see Alternative Medicine Chlamydia Infections see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Cholecystectomy see Gallbladder and Bile Duct Diseases Cholesterol Chondromalacia Patellae see Knee Injuries and Disorders Chorea see Movement Disorders Chronic Bronchitis see Bronchitis Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Chronic Granulomatous Disease see Immune System and Disorders Chronic Myeloproliferative Disorders see Bone Marrow Diseases Circulatory Disorders Cirrhosis CJD see Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Claudication Cleaning Products see Household Poisons Cleft Lip and Palate Clinical Trials Club Drugs Cocaine Abuse Cochlear Implants see Hearing Disorders & Deafness Cold Sore see Herpes Simplex Cold Weather Injuries see Hypothermia Colic Colitis see Ulcerative Colitis Colon Cancer see Colorectal Cancer Colon Polyps Colonic Diseases (General) Colorectal Cancer Coma see Head and Brain Injuries Common Cold Communication Disorders see Speech & Communication Disorders Complementary Therapy see Alternative Medicine Concussion see Head and Brain Injuries Congenital Heart Disease Congestive Heart Failure see Heart Failure Conjunctivitis see Cornea & Corneal Disease Connective Tissue Disorders Constipation Contact Dermatitis see Dermatitis Contraception see Birth Control/Contraception COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Cornea & Corneal Disease Coronary Arteriosclerosis see Coronary Disease Coronary Artery Bypass Graft see Heart Bypass Surgery/Angioplasty Coronary Disease Cosmetics Costochondritis see Cartilage Disorders Cough Crab Lice see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Crack see Cocaine Abuse Craniofacial Injuries see Facial Injuries and Disorders Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Crohn's Disease Cryptosporidiosis see Parasitic Diseases Cushing's Syndrome see Adrenal Gland Disorders Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome see Nausea and Vomiting Cystic Fibrosis Cystitis see Interstitial Cystitis Cytomegalovirus Infections see Sexually Transmitted Diseases


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Dandy-Walker Syndrome see Head and Brain Malformations Deafness see Hearing Disorders & Deafness Death and Dying Deep Vein Thrombosis see Circulatory Disorders Degenerative Joint Disease see Osteoarthritis Degenerative Nerve Diseases Delayed Gastric Emptying /Gastroparesis see Stomach Disorders Dementia Dengue Dental Health Depression Dermatitis Dermatology see Skin Diseases (General) Dermatomyositis see Myositis Developmental Disabilities Diabetes Diabetes and Pregnancy Diabetes Type I see Type 1 Diabetes (Juvenile Diabetes) Diabetic Eye Problems Diabetic Foot Diabetic Kidney Problems Diabetic Nerve Problems Diabetic Teeth and Gum Problems Diagnostic Imaging Diagnostic Tests Dialysis see Kidney Failure and Dialysis Diarrhea Diet see Nutrition Dietary Supplements Dieting see Weight Loss/Dieting Digestive Diseases (General) Dioxin see Air Pollution Diphtheria Disabilities (General) Disease Prevention Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis Dizziness and Vertigo Down Syndrome Drug Abuse Drug Abuse in Pregnancy see Pregnancy and Substance Abuse Drug and Medical Device Safety Drug-Resistant see Antibiotics Dry Mouth see Mouth Disorders Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy see Muscular Dystrophy Duodenal Ulcer see Peptic Ulcer Dwarfism Dysentery see Diarrhea Dysgeusia see Taste and Smell Disorders Dyskinesia see Movement Disorders Dyslexia see Learning Disorders Dysmenorrhea see Menstruation and Premenstrual Syndrome Dysosmia see Taste and Smell Disorders Dysphagia Dyspnea see Breathing Problems Dystonia


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E. Coli Infections Ear Disorders Ear Infections Eating Disorders Ecstasy see Club Drugs Eczema Edema Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Ehrlichiosis see Bug-borne Diseases Elbow Injuries and Disorders Elder Abuse Electromagnetic Fields EMF see Electromagnetic Fields Emphysema see COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Encephalitis Encopresis see Toilet Training and Bedwetting Endocarditis see Heart Diseases (General) Endocrine Diseases (General) Endometrial Cancer see Uterine Cancer Endometriosis End-Stage Renal Disease see Kidney Failure and Dialysis Enuresis see Toilet Training and Bedwetting Environmental Health Environmental Tobacco Smoke see Secondhand Smoke Epilepsy Erectile Dysfunction see Impotence Ergonomics see Occupational Health ERT see Hormone Replacement Therapy Esophageal Cancer Esophagus Disorders ESRD see Kidney Failure and Dialysis Estrogen Replacement Therapy see Hormone Replacement Therapy Evaluating Health Information Ewing's Sarcoma see Bone Cancer Exercise for Children Exercise for Seniors Exercise/Physical Fitness Extragonadal Germ Cell Tumor Eye Cancer Eye Care Eye Diseases (General)


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Facial Injuries and Disorders Fainting Falls Family History Family Issues Family Planning see Birth Control/Contraception Fatigue Fecal Incontinence see Anal/Rectal Diseases Fertility see Infertility Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Fever Fibroids see Uterine Fibroids Fibromyalgia Fingers see Hand Injuries and Disorders Flea Bites see Bug-borne Diseases Floaters see Retinal Disorders Flu see Influenza Fluoride Food Allergy Food Contamination/Poisoning see Foodborne Diseases Food Safety Foodborne Diseases Foot Health Foot Injuries and Disorders Frostbite see Hypothermia Fungal Infections Fungicides see Pesticides


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Gallbladder and Bile Duct Diseases Gallbladder Cancer Gallstones see Gallbladder and Bile Duct Diseases Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer see Infertility Gastric Cancer see Stomach Cancer Gastroesophageal Reflux/Hiatal Hernia Gastrointestinal Bleeding Gastrointestinal Diseases see Digestive Diseases (General) Gay/Lesbian Health Genes Genetic Brain Disorders Genetic Disorders Genetic Testing/Counseling Genital Herpes see Herpes Simplex Genital Warts see HPV Genome-Based Therapy GERD see Gastroesophageal Reflux/Hiatal Hernia Germ Warfare see Biodefense German Measles see Rubella Gestational Diabetes see Diabetes and Pregnancy GHB see Club Drugs GI Bleeding see Gastrointestinal Bleeding Giant Cell Arteritis see Polymyalgia Rheumatica Giardia Infections Glaucoma Glomerular Diseases Glucosamine see Osteoarthritis Goiter see Thyroid Diseases Gonorrhea see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Gout and Pseudogout Granulated Eyelids see Blepharitis Graves' Disease see Thyroid Diseases Grief see Bereavement Grippe see Influenza Growth Disorders Guillain-Barre Syndrome Gum Disease Gynecomastia see Breast Diseases


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Hair Diseases and Hair Loss Hallucinogens see Drug Abuse Hand Injuries and Disorders Hansen's Disease see Leprosy Hay Fever see Allergy Hazardous Waste see Environmental Health Head and Brain Injuries Head and Brain Malformations Head and Neck Cancer Headache and Migraine Healthy Living see Disease Prevention Hearing Disorders & Deafness Hearing Problems in Children Heart Attack Heart Bypass Surgery/Angioplasty Heart Diseases (General) Heart Diseases--Prevention Heart Failure Heart Transplantation Heart Valve Diseases Heartburn see Gastroesophageal Reflux/Hiatal Hernia Heat Illness Heel Disorders see Foot Injuries and Disorders Helicobacter Pylori Infections see Peptic Ulcer Hemifacial Spasm see Blepharospasm Hemochromatosis Hemodialysis see Kidney Failure and Dialysis Hemorrhoids Hepatitis Hepatitis C Hepatocellular Carcinoma see Liver Cancer Herbal Medicine Herbicides see Pesticides Herbs see Herbal Medicine Hernia Heroin Abuse Herpes Simplex Herpes Zoster see Shingles (Herpes Zoster) Hiatal hernia see Gastroesophageal Reflux/Hiatal Hernia High Blood Pressure High Risk Pregnancy Hip Injuries and Disorders Hirschsprung's Disease see Constipation Hispanic American Health Histoplasmosis see Eye Diseases (General) HIV see AIDS Hives see Food Allergy Hodgkin's Lymphoma Homeopathy see Alternative Medicine Homosexuality see Gay/Lesbian Health Hormone Replacement Therapy Hormones Hot Flashes see Menopause Household Poisons HPV HRT see Hormone Replacement Therapy Human Genome Project see Genes Human Immunodeficiency Virus see AIDS Human Papillomavirus see HPV Huntington's Disease Hydrocephalus Hyperactivity see Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Hypermobility Syndrome see Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Hyperparathyroidism see Parathyroid Disorders Hypertension see High Blood Pressure Hyperthyroidism see Thyroid Diseases Hyperuricemia see Gout and Pseudogout Hypoglycemia Hypoparathyroidism see Parathyroid Disorders Hypotension see Low Blood Pressure Hypothermia Hypothyroidism see Thyroid Diseases


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IgA Nephropathy see Kidney Diseases (General) Immune System and Disorders Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura see Bleeding Disorders Impetigo Impotence Incontinence see Urinary Incontinence Indigestion see Digestive Diseases (General) Indoor Air Pollution Infant and Newborn Care Infant and Toddler Development Infant and Toddler Health Infantile Paralysis see Polio and Post-Polio Syndrome Infectious Diseases (General) Infertility Inflamatory Bowel Disease see Crohn's Disease Influenza Inguinal Hernia see Hernia Inhalants Insect Bites and Stings see Bug-borne Diseases Insect Repellents see Bug-borne Diseases Insecticides see Pesticides Insomnia see Sleep Disorders Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus see Type 1 Diabetes (Juvenile Diabetes) Interstitial Cystitis Intestinal Diseases see Digestive Diseases (General) Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction see Digestive Diseases (General) Intraocular Melanoma see Eye Cancer Irritable Bowel Syndrome Islet Cell Carcinoma see Pancreatic Cancer Islet Cell Transplantation


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Jakob-Creutzfeldt Disease see Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Jaundice see Liver Diseases (General) Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis


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Kaposi's Sarcoma see AIDS-Related Malignancies Kidney Cancer Kidney Diseases (General) Kidney Failure and Dialysis Kidney Stones Kidney Transplantation Klinefelter Syndrome Knee Injuries and Disorders


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Laboratory Tests Lactose Intolerance Laryngeal Cancer see Head and Neck Cancer Laryngitis see Voice Disorders Latino Health see Hispanic American Health Lazy Eye see Amblyopia Lead Poisoning Learning Disorders Leg Injuries and Disorders Legionnaire's Disease Leprosy Leukemia Leukodystrophies Lichen Sclerosus see Skin Diseases (General) Ligament Injuries see Sprains and Strains Liver Cancer Liver Diseases (General) Liver Transplantation Lou Gehrig's Disease see Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Low Blood Pressure Low Vision see Low Vision & Blindness Low Vision & Blindness LSD (Acid) see Club Drugs Lung Cancer Lung Diseases see Respiratory Diseases (General) Lung Transplantation Lupus Lyme Disease Lymph Nodes see Lymphatic Diseases Lymphatic Diseases Lymphedema see Lymphatic Diseases Lymphoma see Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma


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Macular Hole see Retinal Disorders Macular Pucker see Retinal Disorders Mad Cow Disease see Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Malaria Male Genital Disorders Malignancy see Cancer (General) Malignant Mesothelioma Malignant Thymoma see Thymus Cancer Mammaplasty see Breast Implants/Breast Reconstruction Mammography Manic-Depressive Illness see Bipolar Disorder Marfan Syndrome Marijuana Abuse Mastectomy see Breast Cancer Mastocytosis see Skin Diseases (General) McCune-Albright Syndrome see Endocrine Diseases (General) MDMA see Club Drugs Measles Medicines see About Your Medicines Melanoma Memory Ménétrier's Disease see Stomach Disorders Meniere's Disease Meningitis Menkes Syndrome Menopause Men's Health (General) Menstruation and Premenstrual Syndrome Mental Health Mental Retardation see Developmental Disabilities Mercury Merkel Cell Carcinoma see Skin Cancer Mesothelioma see Lung Cancer Metabolic Disorders Methadone see Drug Abuse Methamphetamine Abuse Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus see MRSA Microphthalmia see Anophthalmia & Microphthalmia Migraine see Headache and Migraine Mini-Stroke see Transient Ischemic Attack Miscarriage see Pregnancy Loss Mixed Connective Tissue Disease see Connective Tissue Disorders Molds Mosquito Bites see Bug-borne Diseases Motion Sickness see Dizziness and Vertigo Motor Vehicle Safety Mouth Disorders Movement Disorders MRI see Diagnostic Imaging MRSA MS see Multiple Sclerosis Mucopolysaccharidoses see Metabolic Disorders Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia see Endocrine Diseases (General) Multiple Myeloma Multiple Sclerosis Mumps Muscle Disorders Muscle Strain see Sprains and Strains Muscular Dystrophy Myasthenia Gravis Myelodysplastic Syndromes see Bone Marrow Diseases Myeloproliferative Disorders see Bone Marrow Diseases Myocardial Infarction see Heart Attack Myositis


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Narcolepsy see Sleep Disorders Narcotics see Drug Abuse Nasal Disorders see Nose Disorders Native American Health Nausea and Vomiting Neck Disorders and Injuries Neoplasms see Cancer (General) Nephritis see Kidney Diseases (General) Nephrotic Syndrome Neural Tube Defects Neuroblastoma Neurofibromatosis Neurogenic Bladder see Bladder Diseases Neurologic Diseases (General) Neuromuscular Disorders Neuropathic Facial Pain see Trigeminal Neuralgia Neuropathy see Peripheral Nerve Disorders Nicotine see Smoking Noise Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus see Diabetes Norwalk Virus Infections see Foodborne Diseases Nose Disorders Nutrition Nutritional Support


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Obesity Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Occupational Health Occupational Injuries see Occupational Health Oncology see Cancer (General) Ophthalmology see Eye Care Opiates see Drug Abuse Oral Cancer Oral Tobacco see Smokeless Tobacco Organ Donation Organ Transplantation Osteoarthritis Osteogenesis Imperfecta Osteomyelitis see Bone Diseases Osteonecrosis Osteoporosis Osteosarcoma see Bone Cancer Otitis Media see Ear Infections Ovarian Cancer Ovarian Cysts Overactive Bladder see Urinary Incontinence Overweight see Obesity Ozone


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Pacific Islander Health see Asian American Health Paget's Disease of Bone Paget's Disease of Breast see Breast Cancer Pain Pancreas Transplantation Pancreatic Cancer Pancreatic Diseases Pandemic Flu see Bird Flu Panic Disorder PAP Smear see Cervical Cancer Paralysis Parasitic Diseases Parathyroid Disorders Parenting Parkinson's Disease Parotid Gland Disorders see Salivary Gland Disorders Passive Smoking see Secondhand Smoke Patella see Knee Injuries and Disorders PCP (Phencyclidine) see Drug Abuse Pediatrics see Children's Health Pelvic Floor Disorders Pelvic Inflammatory Disease see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Pelvic Pain Pelvis see Hip Injuries and Disorders Pemphigus Penile Cancer Penile Disorders see Male Genital Disorders Peptic Ulcer Perimenopause see Menopause Periodontal Disease see Gum Disease Peripheral Nerve Disorders Personalized Medicine Pertussis see Whooping Cough Peyronie's Disease see Male Genital Disorders Pfiesteria piscicida see Foodborne Diseases Phantom Limb see Amputees Phenylketonuria Pheochromocytoma Phlebitis see Circulatory Disorders PID see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Pink Eye see Cornea & Corneal Disease Pituitary Disorders Pituitary Tumor PKU see Phenylketonuria Plague see Biodefense PMS see Menstruation and Premenstrual Syndrome Pneumocystis Carinii Infections see AIDS and Infections Pneumonia Poison Ivy see Dermatitis Poisoning Poisons in the Home see Household Poisons Polio and Post-Polio Syndrome Pollution Polychondritis see Cartilage Disorders Polycystic Kidney Disease Polymyalgia Rheumatica Polymyositis see Myositis Porphyria Post-herpetic Neuralgia see Shingles (Herpes Zoster) Postpartum Depression Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Prader-Willi Syndrome Precocious Puberty Preeclampsia Pregnancy Pregnancy and AIDS see AIDS and Pregnancy Pregnancy and Diabetes see Diabetes and Pregnancy Pregnancy and Substance Abuse Pregnancy Loss Premature Babies Premature Ovarian Failure Prenatal Care Presbycusis see Hearing Disorders & Deafness Prescription Drugs Abuse Proctitis see Anal/Rectal Diseases Prolactinoma see Pituitary Disorders Proteinuria see Kidney Diseases (General) Pruritus Ani see Anal/Rectal Diseases Psoriasis Psoriatic Arthritis see Arthritis Psychiatric Disorders see Mental Health PTSD see Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Pulmonary Embolism Pulmonary Fibrosis Pulmonary Hypertension see Respiratory Diseases (General) Pyelonephritis see Kidney Diseases (General)


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Q Fever see Biodefense


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Radiation Exposure Radiology see Diagnostic Imaging Radionuclide Scans see Diagnostic Imaging Radiotherapy see Cancer Radiation Therapy Radon Rapid Gastric Emptying see Stomach Disorders Rare Diseases Rash see Dermatitis Raynaud's Disease Rectal Cancer see Colorectal Cancer Rectal Diseases see Anal/Rectal Diseases Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Rehabilitation Reiter's Syndrome see Arthritis Renal Cancer see Kidney Cancer Renal Disease see Kidney Diseases (General) Renal Tubular Acidosis see Kidney Diseases (General) Reproductive Health (General) Respiratory Diseases (General) Restless Legs Retinal Detachment see Retinal Disorders Retinal Disorders Retinoblastoma see Eye Cancer Retinopathy of Prematurity see Retinal Disorders Rett Syndrome Reye Syndrome Rhabdomyosarcoma see Soft Tissue Sarcoma Rheumatoid Arthritis Rohypnol see Club Drugs Rosacea Rotator Cuff Injuries see Shoulder Injuries and Disorders Rubella Rubeola see Measles


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SAD see Depression Safety (General) Salivary Gland Disorders Salmonella Infections Sarcoidosis SARS see Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Scabies see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Scarlet Fever see Streptococcal Infections Schizophrenia SCID see Immune System and Disorders Scleroderma Scoliosis Seasonal Affective Disorder see Depression Secondhand Smoke Seizures Senility see Dementia Seniors' Health (General) Septic Arthritis see Arthritis Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Severe Combined Immunodeficiency see Immune System and Disorders Sexual Health (General) Sexually Transmitted Diseases Shaking Palsy see Parkinson's Disease Shigella Infections see Foodborne Diseases Shingles (Herpes Zoster) Shoes see Foot Health Shortness of Breath see Breathing Problems Shoulder Injuries and Disorders Shy-Drager Syndrome see Low Blood Pressure Sickle Cell Anemia SIDA see AIDS SIDS see Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Sinusitis Sjogren's Syndrome Skin Cancer Skin Diseases (General) Skin Pigmentation Disorders Skull Injuries see Head and Brain Injuries Sleep Apnea see Sleep Disorders Sleep Disorders Small Eye Syndrome see Anophthalmia & Microphthalmia Small Intestine Cancer Smallpox Smelling Disorders see Taste and Smell Disorders Smokeless Tobacco Smoking Smoking and Youth Smoking Cessation Smoking in Pregnancy see Pregnancy and Substance Abuse Smoking, Passive see Secondhand Smoke Snuff see Smokeless Tobacco Soft Tissue Sarcoma Spasmodic Torticollis see Dystonia Spasticity see Neuromuscular Disorders Speech & Communication Disorders Spider Bites see Bug-borne Diseases Spider Veins see Varicose Veins Spina Bifida Spinal Cord Diseases Spinal Cord Injuries Spinal Diseases Spinal Muscular Atrophy Spinal Stenosis Spit Tobacco see Smokeless Tobacco Sports Injuries Sprains and Strains Staphylococcal Infections STD see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Stem Cells/Stem Cell Transplantation Sterility see Infertility Sterilization see Birth Control/Contraception Stillbirth see Pregnancy Loss Still's Disease see Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Stomach Cancer Stomach Disorders Stomach Ulcer see Peptic Ulcer Streptococcal Infections Stress Stroke Stuttering see Speech & Communication Disorders Substance Abuse in Pregnancy see Pregnancy and Substance Abuse Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Suicide Sun Exposure Sunburn see Sun Exposure Sunstroke see Heat Illness Surgery Swallowing Disorders see Dysphagia Swelling Syncope see Fainting Syndrome X see Angina Syphilis see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Syringomyelia Systemic Lupus Erythematosus see Lupus


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Tanning see Sun Exposure Tardive Dyskinesia see Movement Disorders Taste and Smell Disorders Tay-Sachs Disease TB see Tuberculosis Teen Development Teen Health Teen Sexual Health Teen Violence Teenage Drinking see Alcohol and Youth Teenage Pregnancy Teen's Page Teeth see Dental Health Temporal Arteritis see Polymyalgia Rheumatica Temporomandibular Joint and Muscle Disorders Tendinitis Tennis Elbow see Elbow Injuries and Disorders Testicular Cancer Tetanus Thalassemia see Anemia Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Throat Cancer see Head and Neck Cancer Throat Disorders Thrombocytopenia see Bleeding Disorders Thrombophlebitis see Circulatory Disorders Thymus Cancer Thyroid Cancer Thyroid Diseases TIA see Transient Ischemic Attack Tick Bites see Bug-borne Diseases Tinnitus TMJ see Temporomandibular Joint and Muscle Disorders Tobacco, Smokeless see Smokeless Tobacco Toes see Foot Injuries and Disorders Toilet Training and Bedwetting Tongue Disorders see Mouth Disorders Torticollis see Dystonia Tourette Syndrome Toxemia see Preeclampsia TPN see Nutritional Support Transient Ischemic Attack Transplantation see Organ Transplantation Traveler's Health Tremor Trichomoniasis see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Trigeminal Neuralgia Tuberculosis Tuberous Sclerosis Tularemia see Biodefense Tumor see Cancer (General) Turner's Syndrome Type 1 Diabetes (Juvenile Diabetes) Type I Diabetes see Type 1 Diabetes (Juvenile Diabetes) Type II Diabetes see Diabetes


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Ulcerative Colitis Ulcers see Peptic Ulcer Ultrasound see Diagnostic Imaging Ultraviolet Rays see Sun Exposure Ureteral Cancer see Bladder Cancer Urethral Cancer see Bladder Cancer Urinary Bladder Cancer see Bladder Cancer Urinary Incontinence Urinary Tract Infections Urine Tests see Laboratory Tests Usher Syndrome Uterine Cancer Uterine Diseases Uterine Fibroids Uterine Sarcoma see Uterine Cancer UTI see Urinary Tract Infections


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Vaginal Cancer Vaginal Diseases Vaginitis see Vaginal Diseases Valvular Heart Diseases see Heart Valve Diseases Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE) Varicella-Zoster Virus see Chickenpox Varicose Veins Vascular Headache see Headache and Migraine Vasculitis Vasectomy see Birth Control/Contraception vCJD see Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Venereal Disease see Sexually Transmitted Diseases Vertigo see Dizziness and Vertigo Viral Hepatitis see Hepatitis Viral Infections Vitamin and Mineral Supplements Vitiligo Vitreous Detachment see Retinal Disorders Vocal Cord Problems see Voice Disorders Voice Disorders Vomiting see Nausea and Vomiting Von Willebrand Disease see Bleeding Disorders von Recklinghausen's Disease see Neurofibromatosis Vulvar Cancer Vulvodynia


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Wegener's Granulomatosis Weight Loss/Dieting West Nile Virus Whiplash see Neck Disorders and Injuries Whipple's Disease see Digestive Diseases (General) Whooping Cough Wilson's Disease Women's Health (General) Wrist/Arm Injuries and Disorders


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X-Rays see Diagnostic Imaging


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Drugs, Supplements, and Herbal Information

Informationen zu Medikamenten

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Druginformation

Browse by generic or brand names of the drug from an alphabetical index. The results include warnings and side effects of the drugs.

Drug Information: Browse by first letter of generic or brand name drug

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Herbs and Supplements: Browse by first letter of herb or supplement

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All Herbs and Supplements




NLM (W3)

"NLM" steht für "National Library of Medecine".

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(E?)(L?) http://www.nlm.nih.gov/pubs/factsheets/nlm.html

The "National Library of Medicine" ("NLM"), in Bethesda, Maryland, is a part of the "National Institutes of Health", US Department of "Health and Human Services" ("HHS"). Since its founding in 1836, NLM has played a pivotal role in translating biomedical research into practice. It is the world's largest biomedical library and the developer of electronic information services that deliver trillions of bytes of data to millions of users every day. Scientists, health professionals, and the public in the US and around the globe search the Library's online information resources more than one billion times each year.

The Library is open to all and has many services and resources - for scientists, health professionals, historians, and the general public. NLM has nearly 12 million books, journals, manuscripts, audiovisuals, and other forms of medical information on its shelves, making it the largest health-science library in the world.

In today's increasingly digital world, NLM carries out its mission of enabling biomedical research, supporting health care and public health, and promoting healthy behavior by: ...


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papaonline
Medizinische Links

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Parkinson-Seite für Patienten und Angehörige

Perrault syndrome (W3)

Das "Perrault syndrome" wurde nach einem Forscher namens "Perrault" benannt.

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(E?)(L?) http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=21602

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The syndrome was first described by "Perrault" et al. in 1951. The gene for the syndrome has not yet been identified.

"Perrault syndrome" is also called "XX gonadal dysgenesis with sensorineural deafness".
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(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XX_gonadal_dysgenesis


Erstellt: 2010-10

PMC (W3)

"PMC" steht für "PubMed Central".

Auf der Site von "PubMed Central" gibt es einiges zu entdecken. Allerdings muß man etwas Zeit mitbringen, um durch die vielen Querverbindungen zu navigieren.

(E?)(L?) http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/

"PubMed Central" ("PMC") is the U.S. "National Institutes of Health" ("NIH") free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature.


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(E?)(L?) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Database/index.html

"Entrez" is the integrated, text-based search and retrieval system used at NCBI for the major databases, including PubMed, Nucleotide and Protein Sequences, Protein Structures, Complete Genomes, Taxonomy, and others. Click on the graphic below for a more detailed view of Entrez integration.


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The diagram shows the Entrez databases and the connections between them. Each database is represented by a colored circle, where the color indicates the approximate number of records in the database. Mouse over a circle to see which databases are linked to the one selected, and how many links exist between those databases.


pump head (W3)

Der Verlust geistigen Scharfsinns nach einer Herzoperation wird neuerdings auch als engl. "pump head" bezeichnet. Angeblich - aber unbewiesen - soll die Herz-Lungen-Maschine an diesem Effekt beteiligt sein.

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In the medical world, this effect is commonly referred to as "pump head", reflecting the widespread, though unproven, belief that the condition is caused by the heart-lung machine.
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rawtocash

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Medscape Humor and Medicine Home Page
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reference
Medical Dictionary

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Browse our Medical Dictionary Alphabetically
The Dictionary.com Medical Dictionary combines two of the most authoritative medical reference sources, the American Heritage Medical Dictionary and Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary. The result is comprehensive, up-to-date health information. The American Heritage Medical Dictionary contains more than 45,000 definitions covering recent medical developments including recent disease and treatment terms. Entries for prescription and over-the-counter medications provide easy reference. The 35,000 entries in the Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary include drug brand names and comparable generic versions.




Erstellt: 2011-01

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sleepfoundation

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The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to improving public health and safety by achieving public understanding of sleep and sleep disorders, and by supporting public education, sleep-related research, and advocacy.

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TMC (W3)

"TMC" steht für "Texas Medical Center" in Houston, dem größten medizinischen Komplex der Welt.

(E?)(L?) http://www.texasmedicalcenter.org/root/en


Erstellt: 2010-02

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uiowa
Medical Information

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Meta-Suchmaschine für medizinische Themen

Uni Boston
Glossary of Terms and Symbols Used in Pharmacology

(E?)(L?) http://www.bumc.bu.edu/busm-pm/academics/resources/glossary/

Edward W. Pelikan, M.D.
Professor Emeritus and Former Chairman of Pharmacology
Boston University School of Medicine


Erstellt: 2013-11

uomhs
Medical Eponyms
Eponyms Medical

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washington
Neuroanatomical, Neurophysiological and Neuropsychological Terminology

(E?)(L?) http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/neuroroot.html

This table lists the original Greek and Latin meanings of neuroscience words. Most of the words are neuroanatomical terms, but neurological symptoms and disorders are also included.

abducens - drawing away | ablation - carrying away | acetylcholine - vinegar bile | adrenalin - near the kidney | afferent - to carry | agnosia - no knowledge | alar - wing-like | alexia - no words | alveus - canal | amacrine - long fiber | ambidextrous - both right | ambiguus - doubtful | amblyopia - dull vision | amnesia - forgetfulness | ampulla - small bottle | amygdala - almond | analgesia - no pain | aneurysm - widening | anesthesia - no sensation | ansa - urn handle | antitoxin - against poison | aphagia - no eat | aphasia - no speech | aqueduct - water canal | arachnoid - spider web-like | arbor vitae - tree of life | arcuate n - .bow shaped | astrocyte - star-like cell | ataxia - not orderly | atrophy - want of nourishment | aura - breath, breeze | auricle - a little ear | autonomic - self law | axon - axis, axle | basilar - base | bouton - button | brachium - arm | bregma - front of the head | calcarine - spur-shaped | callosum - hard, tough | cannula - reed | carotid - to put to sleep | cataplexy - down stroke, seizure | catatonia - down tone | cauda - tail | cauda equina - horse tail | caudate - tail | causalgia - burning pain | cenereum - ash gray | cephalic - head | cerebellum - little brain | cerebrum - brain | ceruleus - blue | cerumen - wax | cervical - neck | chiasm - a crossing | chorea - to dance | choroid - like a membrane | cinereum - ashen-hued | cingulum - girdle or belt | circadian - about a day | cistern - reservior or well | claustrum - barrier | coccyx - cuckoo | cochlea - snail shell | colliculus - little hill | conscious - aware | conus - cone or peg | coma - deep sleep | commissure - joining together | conjunctivum - join | convolution - a turn, a folding | convulsion - pulling together | cornu - horn | corona - crown | corpus - body | cortex - bark, shell | cribiform - sieve-like | crista - crest | cruciate - cross-shaped | culmen - ridge, summit | cuneate - wedge | cupula - little tub | decussation - crossing | dementia - away from mind | dendrite - tree | dentate - notched | dura - hard | dyskinesia - improper motion | edema - swelling | efferent....carry out (away) | emboliform - plug-like | encephalitis - brain inflammation | encephalogram - brain writing | ependyma - upper garment | epilepsy - seizure | ethmoid - sieve-like | falx - sickle | fasciculus - little bundle | filum - thread | fimbria - fringe | fissure - cleft or slit | flocculus - tuft of wool | folium - leaf | foramen - opening | fornix - arch | fossa - trench, channel | fovea - pit, depression | fundus - bottom | funiculus - little cord | fusiform - spindle-shaped | ganglion - knot, swelling | genu - knee | geniculate - bent like a knee | glabrous - bald | gland - acorn | glia - glue | globus pallidus - pale ball | glossal - tongue | gracile - slender | gyrus - ring, circle | habenula - rein | hallucination - to wander in the mind | hemorrhage - to burst forth with blood | hippocampus - sea horse | hypnosis - sleep | hypoglossal - under the tongue | hypophysis - down growth | hypothalamus....under thalamus | incus - anvil | infundibulum - funnel | insula - island | iris - rainbow | lamina - layer, thin plate | lemniscus - woolen band or filet | lens - lentil | lenticular - shaped like a lens | limbic - border, hem, fringe | lingula - little tongue | lumbar - pertaining to the loins | macula - spot | malleus - hammer | mater (dura) - mother | melanin - black | meninges - membrane | meningitis - membrane inflammation | microglia - small glue | myelin - marrow | narcolepsy - numbness seizure | narcotic - benumbing, deadening | neuron - nerve | node - knot | nucleus - nut | obex - barrier | oblongata - rather long | oculomotor - eye movement | oligodendrocyte - few tree cell | operculus - cover, lid | optic - for sight | | pallidus - pale | paralysis - to loosen | paranoia - mind beside itself | patella - little plate | peduncle - stemlike | pellucidum - translucent | pia - soft | pineal - pine cone | pinna....wing | piriform - pear-shaped | pituitary - slime, mucous | placebo - to please | plexus - a braid | pons - bridge | potential - power | pterygoid - wing-shaped | pulp - flesh | pulvinar - cushion, pillow, couch | pupil - doll, little girl | putamen - shell | pyramis - pyramid | pyriform - pear-shaped | quadrigemina - four twins | rabies - to rage | | raphe - seam | rectus - straight | restiform - rope-like | reticular - net-like | rhodopsin - rose eye | rostral - beak | rubro - red | sacral - sacred, holy | sagittal - arrow | schizophrenia - split mind | sclera - hard | sella turcica - Turkish saddle | semilunar - half moon | serotonin - blood stretching | septum - wall, partition | sinus - a hollow | soma - body | somnambulism - sleep walk | somniloquism - sleep speak (talk) | spine - thorn | splenium - bandage | stapes - stirrup | stellate - star | stimulate - to goad | striated - striped | substantia nigra - black substance | sulcus - groove, trench, furrow | synapse - connection | tapetum - carpet | tectum - roof | tegmentum - covering | temporal - time | tentorium - tent | thalamus - inner chamber | thoracic - chest | trabecula - little beam | tremor....to shake | trigeminal - three twins | trochlear - pulley | tubercle - swelling | uncus - hook | vagus - wandering | velum - covering | ventricle - small cavity | vermis - worm | vertex - top, summit | vesicle - blister, bladder | vitreous - glassy


wellness-and-more

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whitehousedrugpolicy Dictionary of drug terms
Drug-Dictionary

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Street Terms

The Street Terms database contains over 2,300 street terms that refer to specific drug types or drug activity. The database is used by police officers, parents, treatment providers and others who require a better understanding of drug culture.

You can also download a printable version of Street Terms (PDF).


whonamedit
Personennamen in der Medizin
medizinische Personennamen

(E1)(L1) http://www.whonamedit.com/
Eponyme, Bezeichnungen nach Personennamen
Oftmals hat man, mangels eigener Begriffe, den Namen einer Person zur Bezeichnung eines Gegenstandes oder eines Verfahrens gemacht, wie z.B. Zeppelin für Luftschiff. Hierzu gibt es viele Beispiele, die ich hier sammle.
Diese Seite, hat mehr als 15.000 Eponyme aus dem medizinischen Bereich aufgelistet.

6886 eponyms described in 3336 main entries. These eponyms are linked to 2761 persons: 82 female and 2679 male.

wolframalpha
Health & Medicine

(E?)(L1) http://www.wolframalpha.com/examples/HealthAndMedicine.html

Human Body Measurements Weight Loss Physical Exercise Blood Alcohol Content Diseases Mortality Data Medical Test Data Medical Computations Vision Teeth Drugs Nuclear Medicine Health Care Statistics Public Health Hospitals


Erstellt: 2011-10

world-of-medicine

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Insufflatoren, Kameras, Monitore, Lichtquellen, Videodokumentationssysteme, Laser für die MIC

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