Vitamins are vital nutrients (i.e. humans can't synthesize, or synthesize enough of, and must be obtained through diet) an organism requires in limited amounts.
Vitamin A (aka retinol)
Vitamin B complexes, including:
Wheeze is a continuous whistle, produced by the airways during breathing. 0 wheeze (with 0 as superscript) is short hand for No wheeze.
[Sibilant] wheeze is high pitched
Wheeze is best heard over the chest
Wheeze is usually...
Brain lesioning (aka ablative brain surgery, from Latin "ablation" meaning "carried away") is the surgical ablation of the brain, to Tx neurological or psychological disorders.
Doesn't involve removing brain tissue, but...
Compression neuropathy (aka nerve compression syndrome, entrapment neuropathy) is a condition caused by direct pressure on a single nerve.
The Sx affect just 1 particular part of the body, depending...
Intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) is a hemorrhage/bleeding within the skull.
Occurs when a blood vessel witin the skull is ruptured or leaks
It is a focal brain injury (i.e. occurs in a localized...
Emaciation is extreme weight loss and thinness due to a loss of subcutaneous fat (i.e. the fatty, or adipose tissue beneath the skin) and muscle thorughout the body. Inanition is...
Ectopic beat (aka cardiac ectopy) is disturbance in cardiac rhythm, associated with electrical condition system of the heart. They are more common during periods of stress and illness, and may...
Obstructed labour (aka labour dystocia) is when, even though the uterus is contracting normally, the baby doesn't exit the pelvis during childbirth, due to being physically blocked.
Large or abnomally positioned...
Patau syndrome is a syndrome caused by a chromosomal abnormality, in which some or all of the cells of the body contain extra genetic material from chromosome 13.
This can occur...
Costochondritis (aka chest wall pain, costosternal syndrome, costosternal chondrodynia) is an acute and often temporary inflammation of the costal cartilage, the structure that connects each rib to the sternum at...