|condition, state, disease
|inflammatory bowel disease
|irritable bowel syndrome
|A nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agent with analgesic properties used in the therapy of rheumatism and arthritis.
|ideal body weight
|implantable cardiac defibrillator
|intermediate care facility
|A family of skin disorders characterized by dry, thickened skin.
|interstitial cell-stimulating hormone
|An attack, blow, stroke, or seizure.
|intensive care unit
|The part of the personality structure which harbors the unconscious instinctive desires and strivings of the individual.
|infants of diabetic mothers
|improvised explosive device
|impaired glucose tolerance
|ileum (final section of small intestine)
|Of or pertaining to the ileum.
|Surgical removal of the ileum.
|Inflammation of any segment of the ileum.
|A surgical construction of an opening into the ileum on the abdominal wall.
|The distal and narrowest portion of the small intestine, between the jejunum and the ileocecal valve of the large intestine.
|Impairment of the normal flow of the intestinal contents within the bowel.
|ilium (uppermost and largest bone of the pelvis)
|Either of two large arteries originating from the abdominal aorta; they supply blood to the pelvis, abdominal wall and legs.
|The largest of three bones that make up each half of the pelvic girdle.
|An error in perception.
|The restriction of the movement of whole or part of the body.
|Protection from diseases, particularly infectious diseases.
|A process for building or augmenting resistance to an infectious disease.
|An infection-fighting protein in the blood or secretory fluids that helps destroy bacteria, viruses and toxins.
|Deliberate prevention or diminution of the host's immune response.
|Manipulation of the host's immune system in treatment of disease.
|A contagious skin condition common in children, caused by streptococcus, staphylococcus.
|The result of chronic and repetitive compression of the rotator-cuff tendons in the shoulder.
|The inability to sustain a penile erection to allow normal vaginal intercourse.
|An act performed without delay, reflection, voluntary direction or obvious control in response to a stimulus.
|intermittent mandatory ventilation
|In a glass. In an artificial environment outside a living organism
|in, not or fiber
|The number of new cases of a given disease during a specified period in a population.
|High temperature destruction of waste by burning with reduction to ashes.
|A cut made by a medical professional.
|Any of the four maxillary and four mandibular teeth, having a sharp incisal edge.
|The inability to control the flow of urine from the bladder.
|Maintaining optimal environmental conditions for the growth of microbial or tissue cultures. Also, the time period between exposure to an infectious agent and the appearance of symptoms.
|investigational new drug
|The basis, evidence or rationale for using a particular treatment or diagnostic test.
|Causing to occur.
|A child between 1 and 23 months of age.
|Tissue death due to lack of oxygen
|The invasion of the body by disease causing agents and the body's reaction.
|An infection causing painful blisters on the eardrum. More often seen in children than adults. Causal agent is Mycoplasma.
|Inability to conceive and produce viable offspring.
|The response of body tissues to injury, irritation or infection. Usually manifested by the signs of pain, heat, redness and swelling.
|Acute, contagious viral infection of the respiratory system.
|below, down, under
|A device that delivers intravenous fluids at low doses and at a controllable rate.
|A tunnel in the abdominal wall through which a testis descends into the scrotum.
|Introduction of substances into the body using a needle and syringe.
|Agents used to control insects.
|The deposit of seminal fluid within the vagina.
|Inability to sleep.
|A hormone produced in the pancreas. Regulates glucose levels.
|A neoplasm of the pancreas that is one of the chief causes of hypoglycemia.
|The outer covering of the body composed of the skin and the skin appendages, which are the hair, the nails; and the sebaceous glands and the sweat glands and their ducts.
|Between the cells.
|A class of small protein and glycoprotein cytokines produced by T cells, fibroblasts, and other cells in response to viral infection and other biologic and synthetic stimuli.
|Proteins that are produced by the body's cells as a defensive response to pathogens.
|A urinary tract disorder in which urine flow is not continuous but stops and starts.
|Muscle pain caused by too little blood flow, usually during exercise.
|A medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of internal organ diseases.
|Groups or combinations of neurons between sensory and motor neurons that govern coordinated activity.
|The interval between cell divisions during which the chromosomes are not individually distinguishable.
|Small space(s) between biological structures.
|Painful bladder syndrome.
|A superficial dermatitis occurring in areas where skin surfaces come into contact with, and chafe, each other. The condition is caused by moisture and friction.
|The section of the alimentary canal from the stomach to the anal canal.
|A patient's inability to tolerate a drug.
|Inside a cell.
|Within the skull.
|Blocking of a blood vessel in the skull by an embolus which can be a thrombus or other undissolved material in the blood stream.
|Blood accumulation within the brain or between the brain and the skull,
|Benign tumors that grow within the breast ducts
|Within a sheath.
|Within the uterine cavity.
|Within a vein.
|A muscle whose origin and insertion are both in the same part or organ.
|A state in which attention is largely directed inward upon one's self, with diminished interest in the outside world.
|The insertion of a tube, as into the larynx.
|Knowing without conscious use of reasoning.
|The movement of a bowel segment into an adjacent segment in the manner of a telescope. The condition is commonest in children.
|A starch found in the tubers and roots of many plants. It is used as a diagnostic aid in tests of kidney function
|The entry and proliferation of a pathogen or tumor.
|Animals lacking a spinal column.
|An enveloping sheath.
|A nonmetallic element of the halogen group that is represented by the atomic symbol I, atomic number 53. In a solution, it is anti-infective and is used topically.
|An atom that has a positive or negative electric charge due to a gain or loss of one or more electrons.
|Therapeutic introduction of ions of soluble salts into tissues by means of electric current.
|intermittent positive pressure breathing
|institutional review board
|Surgical removal of part of the iris.
|Shining or glittering with the colors of the rainbow
|Paralysis of the sphincter muscle of the iris or the dilator muscle
|The circular pigmented membrane behind the cornea of the eye that gives the eye its color. The iris surrounds a central opening called the pupil.
|Inflammation of the iris.
|Exposure to ionizing radiation.
|The washing out of a wound using a continuous flow of water or solution.
|inspiratory reserve volume
|A hypoperfusion of blood through an organ or tissue caused by a obstruction of blood vessels.
|ischemic heart disease
|Recurring chest pain or discomfort when a part of the heart does not receive enough blood. Often triggered by exertion or excitement.
|The main type of stroke. Occur when a blood vessel that supplies blood to the brain is blocked by a blood clot.
|The inferior, dorsal portion of the hip bone.
|A small island.
|An antigenic substance that occurs only in some individuals of a species, such as the blood group antigens of humans.
|The separation of a person with an infectious disease from other people.
|The condition of two or more objects being similar in shape or structure.
|Muscle contraction with negligible change in the force of contraction but shortening of the distance between the origin and insertion.
|Solutions having the same osmotic pressure.
|Atoms of an element species differing in mass number but having the same atomic number.
|person who specializes
|A narrow part of an organ or body part.
|resembling, the nature of
|a international unit
|intrauterine contraceptive device
|intrauterine fetal distress
|in vitro fertilization