A generalized infiltration of edema fluid into subcutaneous connective tissue.
Characteristic or indicative of a disease; one or two specific symptoms
A general lack of nutrition and wasting occurring in the course of chronic disease or emotional disturbance.
Denoting a disease that progresses with few or no symptoms to indicate its gravity.
Marked loss of strength, as in exhaustion
Mitigating; reducing the severity of denoting a method of treatment of a disease or its symptoms.
The prevention of disease.
An abnormal, spontaneous sensation, such as burning, prickling, tingling, or tickling.
Felt when pressure, particularly abdominal pressure, is suddenly released.
To dull or blunt; especially to blunt sensation or deaden pain.
Sleepy, drowsy, having an inclination to sleep. Semi-comatose.
Charcot's Syndrome; a condition caused by ischemia of the leg muscles due to sclerosis with narrowing of the arteries. Lameness and pain usually brought on by walking.
Feeding by the belly tube
The washing out of a hollow organ.
A bursting open, splitting or gaping by the divergence of parts.
Relating to a cough
A permanent muscular contraction due to tonic spasm or to loss of muscular equilibrium, the antagonists being paralyzed.
capable of living
Airlessness of the lungs due to failure of expansion or reabsorption of air from the alveoli.
A short-lived cardiac sound.
An individual hemorrhoidal tumor
Relating to or caused by a stroke or seizure.
To change direction; divert
A depraved or perverted appetite; hunger for substance not fit for food.
To exude or pass out of a vessel into the tissues. Blood, lymph, urine.
Relaxed, flabby, without tone
The nape of the neck, back of the neck
A sharp spasm or convulsion
Hives; an eruption of itching wheals; may be due to hypersensitivity.
A classical term for cerebral hemorrhage, thrombus, embolism or vasospasm; CVA
Artificial passage of fluid through blood vessels
Simple inflammation of a mucus membrane, properly, chronic rhinitis.
ANy special symptom or circumstance that renders the use of a remedy or the carrying out of a procedure inadvisable.
Introduction of nutritive matter into veins and subcutaneous tissues.
Crackling; the quality or sound of a rale, which resembles noise, heard on rubbing hair between fingers; NOISE OR VIBRATION PRODUCED BY RUBBING BONE OR IRREGULAR CARTILAGE SURFACES TOGETHER AS BY MOVEMENT OF PATELLA.
A concentration formed in any part of the body, usually composed of salts of organic and inorganic acids or other material
Indicating a normal arterial blood pressure
An isolated area of varying size and shape, within the visual field, in which vision is absent or depressed
Involuntary contractions or twitching, of groups of muscle fibers, a courser form of muscular contraction than fibrillationsq
Broadening and thickening of ends of fingers; seen in chronic pulmonary disease
An abnormal sensation resembling that made by insects creeping in or on the skin.
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