acetabulum

a cup-shaped bone in the hip region where the thigh bone joins the hip bone.

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    restoration of damaged or diseased tissues naturally by healing processes or artificially as by an operation.

    abbreviation for erythrocyte sedimentation rate; a type of blood test.

    the aspiration and removal of tissue or suspensions of cells through a small needle for diagnosis.

    a precursor, ancestor.

    inflammation of the lining of the trachea and bronchi, both parts of the air passages to the lungs.

    the disease resulting from ingestion of raw or inadequately cooked pork that contains larvae of the parasite Trichinella Spiralis.The initial symptoms are abdominal pain, cramping and diarrhoea, associated with the development of parasites in the small intestine.

    a form of psychotherapy in which personality structure and emotional conflicts are explored through dramatization.

    a hard, thick area of skin usually occuring in parts of the body subject to repeated pressure or friction.

    the psychological state in which a person adjusts his existing knowledge with every fresh experience.

    a determination of the nature of a disease based on an analysis of signs and symptoms , medical history and  laboratory tests.

    movements of drugs within biologic systems.

    an age- dependent manifestation of a genetically determined trait

    an injury appearing as an area of discoloured skin on the body, caused by a blow or impact.

    a bacterial protein that causes increased secretion of fluids in the gastrointestinal tract.

    a collection of pus in the liver, a complication of intestinal amoebiasis