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suit
An outer garment designed for protection against specific environmental conditions. - anti- G s. a garment with bladders that expand to apply external pressure to the abdomen and ...
sulbactam
A β-lactamase inhibitor with weak antibacterial action; when used in conjunction with penicillins ( e.g., ampicillin) with little β-lactamase-inhibiting action, it greatly ...
sulbentine
SYN: dibenzthione.
sulcal
Relating to a sulcus.
sulcate
Grooved; furrowed; marked by a sulcus or sulci.
sulciform
Having the form of a groove or sulcus.
sulculus
A small sulcus. [Mod. L. dim. of L. sulcus, furrow]
Sulcus
From the Latin for a groove, furrow, or trench. In medicine, there are many sulci (plural of sulcus) as, for example, the superior pulmonary sulcus. * * * 1. [TA] One of the ...
sulf-, sulfo-
1. Prefix denoting that the compound to the name of which it is attached contains a sulfur atom. This spelling (rather than sulph-, sulpho-) is preferred by the American Chemical ...
sulfa
Denoting the s. drugs, or sulfonamides.
Sulfa drug
One of the sulfonamides, the sulfa-related antibiotics which are used to treat bacterial and some fungal infections. The first sulfa drug was prontosil. It was discovered by the ...
sulfabenzamide
An antimicrobial of the sulfonamide group. SYN: N-sulfanilylbenzamide.
sulfacetamide
An antibacterial agent of the sulfonamide group, primarily used topically; s. sodium has the same uses as s. and also is used locally for eye infections and for prevention of ...
sulfacid
SYN: thioacid.
sulfacytine
A sulfonamide used as an oral antibiotic in the treatment of urinary tract infections.
sulfadiazine
One of a group of diazine derivatives of sulfanilamide, the pyrimidine analog of sulfapyridine and sulfathiazole; one of the components of the triple sulfonamide mixture. It ...
sulfadimethoxine
A long-acting sulfonamide that is rapidly absorbed after oral administration and is slowly excreted by the kidney; it accumulates in the tissue and requires lower doses to attain ...
sulfadimidine
SYN: sulfamethazine.
sulfadoxine
A long-acting sulfonamide, used with quinine and pyrimethamine to reduce the relapse rate of malaria. SYN: sulformethoxine.
sulfaethidole
A sulfonamide used in the treatment of systemic and urinary tract infections.
sulfafurazole
SYN: sulfisoxazole.
sulfaguanidine
The guanidine derivative of sulfanilamide. It is poorly absorbed from the gastroenteric tract; useful for bacterial infections of the lower intestinal tract and for preoperative ...
sulfaguine
SYN: sulfaguanidine.
sulfalene
A very long-acting sulfonamide that enhances, as do other sulfonamides and sulfones, the effectiveness of antimalarial agents such as pyrimethamine, chloroguanide, or ...
sulfamerazine
One of the components of the triple sulfonamide mixtures.
sulfameter
A slowly excreted sulfonamide once used in the treatment of acute and chronic urinary tract infections. SYN: sulfamethoxydiazine.
sulfamethazine
One of the components of the triple sulfonamide mixture. SYN: sulfadimidine.
sulfamethizole
A sulfonamide useful for the treatment of urinary tract infection, because of its high solubility.
sulfamethoxazole
A sulfonamide related chemically to sulfisoxazole, with a similar antibacterial spectrum, but a slower rate of absorption from the gastrointestinal tract and urinary excretion.
sulfamethoxydiazine
SYN: sulfameter.
sulfamethoxypyridazine
A long-acting sulfonamide that requires a single daily dose for maintaining effective tissue concentrations. S. acetyl is a preparation well suited for pediatric use because it is ...
sulfamoxole
An antimicrobial agent of the sulfonamide group.
sulfanilamide
The first sulfonamide used for its chemotherapeutic effect in infections caused by some β-hemolytic streptococci, meningococci, gonococci, Clostridium welchii, and in certain ...
sulfaphenazole
A long-acting sulfonamide that is rapidly absorbed after oral administration; one dose is sufficient to maintain effective tissue concentration for 24 hours.
sulfapyrazine
An antibacterial agent of the sulfonamide group.
sulfapyridine
An antibacterial agent of the sulfonamide group.
sulfasalazine
A sulfonamide (acid-azosulfa compound) with a marked affinity for connective tissues, especially for those rich in elastin, used in chronic ulcerative colitis; it is broken ...
sulfatase
1. Trivial name for enzymes in EC group 3.1.6, the sulfuric ester hydrolases, which catalyze the hydrolysis of sulfuric esters (sulfates) to the corresponding alcohols plus ...
sulfate
A salt or ester of sulfuric acid. - acid s. SYN: bisulfate. - active s. SYN: adenosine 3′-phosphate 5′-phosphosulfate. - s. adenylyltransferase an enzyme that catalyzes a ...
sulfathiazole
An antibacterial agent of the sulfonamide group.
sulfatidates
SYN: sulfatides.
sulfatides
Cerebroside sulfuric esters containing one or more sulfate groups in the sugar portion of the molecule. SYN: sulfatidates.
sulfatidosis
A combination of metachromatic leukodystrophy and mucopolysaccharidosis caused by deficiency of sulfatase enzymes such as arylsulfatases A, B, and C, and steroid sulfatases; ...
sulfation
Addition of sulfate groups as esters to preexisting molecules.
sulfhemoglobin
SYN: sulfmethemoglobin.
sulfhemoglobinemia
A morbid condition due to the presence of sulfhemoglobin in the blood; it is marked by a persistent cyanosis, but the blood count does not reveal any special abnormality in ...
sulfhydrate
A compound (hydrosulfide) containing the ion HS−. SYN: sulfohydrate.
sulfhydryl
The radical –SH; contained in glutathione, cysteine, coenzyme A, lipoamide (all in the reduced state), and in mercaptans (R–SH). SYN: thiel.
sulfide
A compound of sulfur in which the sulfur has a valence of −2; e.g., Na2S, HgS; also, a thioether ( i.e., R—S—R′, such as lanthionine). SYN: sulfuret.
sulfikinase
SYN: sulfotransferase.
sulfindigotic acid
Formed by the action of sulfuric acid on indigo, a reaction that also yields indigo carmine.
sulfinpyrazone
An analgesic and uricosuric agent, useful in gout, that promotes the excretion of uric acid, probably by interfering with the tubular reabsorption of uric acid.
sulfisomidine
The structural isomer of sulfamethazine, used in the treatment of systemic and urinary tract infections.
sulfisoxazole
A sulfonamide used chiefly in bacterial infections of the urinary tract. SYN: sulfafurazole. - s. diolamine the 2,2′-iminodiethanol salt of s.; used for intravenous, ...
sulfite
A salt of sulfurous acid; elevated in cases of molybdenum cofactor deficiency. - s. dehydrogenase an oxidoreductase catalyzing the reaction of s. with 2ferricytochrome c and ...
sulfituria
Elevated levels of sulfites in the urine.
sulfmethemoglobin
The complex formed by H2S (or sulfides) and ferric ion in methemoglobin. SYN: sulfhemoglobin.
sulfo-
See sulf-.
sulfoacid
1. SYN: thioacid. 2. SYN: sulfonic acid.
sulfobromophthalein sodium
A triphenylmethane derivative excreted by the liver, used in testing hepatic function, particularly of the reticuloendothelial cells. SYN: bromosulfophthalein, ...
sulfocyanate
SYN: thiocyanate.
sulfocyanic acid
SYN: thiocyanic acid.
sulfogel
A hydrogel with sulfuric acid instead of water as the dispersion means.
sulfohydrate
SYN: sulfhydrate.
sulfokinase
SYN: sulfotransferase.
sulfolysis
Lysis brought on or accelerated by sulfuric acid.
sulfomucin
A mucin containing sulfuric esters in its mucopolysaccharides or glycoproteins.
sulfomyxin sodium
A mixture of sulfomethylated polymyxin B and sodium bisulfite; an antibacterial agent.
Sulfonamides
The sulfa-related group of antibiotics, which are used to treat bacterial infection and some fungal infections. The sulfonamide family includes sulfadiazine, sulfamethizole ...
sulfonate
A salt or ester of sulfonic acid.
sulfone
A compound of the general structure R′–SO2–R″.
sulfonic acid
Any of the compounds in which a hydrogen atom of a CH group is replaced by the s. group, –SO3H; general formula : R–SO3H. SYN: sulfoacid (2).
sulfonium salts
Compounds containing sulfur covalently linked to three moieties; E.G., RS+(R′)R′′′, such as S-adenosyl-l-methionine.
Sulfonylurea
A class of oral hypoglycemic agents (pills and capsules taken to lower the level of blood glucose) by people with type 2 diabetes. The sulfonylureas increase the secretion of ...
sulfonylureas
Derivatives of isopropylthiodiazylsulfanilamide, chemically related to the sulfonamides, which possess hypoglycemic action. Belonging to this series are acetohexamide, ...
sulfoprotein
A protein molecule containing sulfate groups.
sulforhodamine B
A xanthene dye derivative, a fluorochrome used for tagging proteins by a sulfamido condensation; employed in immunofluorescence alone or in combination with fluorescein ...
sulformethoxine
SYN: sulfadoxine.
sulfosalicylic acid
Used as a test for albumin and ferric ion. SYN: salicylsulfonic acid.
sulfosol
A hydrosol with sulfuric acid instead of water as the dispersion means.
sulfotransferase
Generic term for enzymes in EC sub-subclass 2.8.2 catalyzing the transfer of a sulfate group from 3′-phosphoadenylyl sulfate (active sulfate) to the hydroxyl group of an ...
sulfoxide
The sulfur analog of a ketone, R′–SO–R″.
sulfoxone sodium
An antileprotic.
sulfur
An element, atomic no. 16, atomic wt. 32.066, that combines with oxygen to form s. dioxide (SO2) and s. trioxide (SO3), and these with water to make strong acids, and with many ...
sulfur group
The elements sulfur, selenium, and tellurium; they form dibasic acids with hydrogen, and their oxyacids are also dibasic.
sulfur-35
A radioactive sulfur isotope; a beta emitter with a half-life of 87.2 days; used as a tracer in the study of metabolism of cysteine, cystine, methionine, etc.; also used to ...
sulfuret
SYN: sulfide.
sulfuric
Related to s. acid.
sulfuric acid
H2SO4; a colorless, nearly odorless, heavy, oily, corrosive liquid containing 96% of the absolute acid; used occasionally as a caustic. SYN: oil of vitriol. - fuming s. SYN: ...
sulfuric ether
SYN: diethyl ether.
sulfuric oxide
SYN: sulfur trioxide.
sulfurous
Designating a sulfur compound in which sulfur has a valence of +4 as contrasted to sulfuric compounds in which sulfur has a valence of +6, or sulfides (−2).
sulfurous acid
A solution of about 6% sulfur dioxide in water; used chiefly as a disinfectant and bleaching agent; it has been used externally for its parasiticidal effect in various skin ...
sulfurous oxide
SYN: sulfur dioxide.
sulfuryl
The bivalent radical, –SO2–.
sulfydrate
A compound of SH−.
sulindac
A nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agent with analgesic and antipyretic actions. S. is a prodrug which is reduced to an active drug.
sulisobenzone
A sunscreen agent.
Sulkowitch
Hirsh W., U.S. physician, *1906. See S. reagent.
sulph-, sulpho-
See sulf-.
sulpiride
An antidepressant.
sulthiame
Inhibits carbonic anhydrase; an anticonvulsant used in the treatment of temporal lobe epilepsy and grand mal with psychomotor seizures; may cause ataxia, paresthesias, and ...
Sulzberger
Marion B., U.S. dermatologist, 1895–1983. See Bloch-S. disease, syndrome, S.- Garbe disease, S.- Garbe syndrome.
summation
The aggregation of a number of similar neural impulses or stimuli. [Mediev. L. summatio, fr. summo, pp. -atus, to sum up, fr. L. summa, sum] - s. of stimuli cumulative muscular ...
Summer cold
A popular term for hay fever. Although the symptoms of a "summer cold" may be similar to those of a real cold, the term "summer cold" is a misnomer. Unlike a real cold, it is not ...
Sumner
F.W., 20th century British surgeon. See S. sign.
Sun protection factor (SPF)
A number on a scale for rating sunscreens. SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. SPF numbers on a package can range from as low as 2 to as high as 60. These numbers refer to the ...
sunburn
Erythema with or without blistering caused by exposure to critical amounts of ultraviolet light, usually within the range of 260–320 nm in sunlight (UVB). SYN: erythema solare.
sundowning
The onset or exacerbation of delirium during the evening or night with improvement or disappearance during the day; most often seen in mid and later stages of dementing ...
sunflower seed oil
Oil from the seeds of Helianthus annuus (family Compositae); the glycerides consist mainly of the mixed triglycerides, each containing one or two linoleic acid radicals; used as ...
Sunscreen
: A substance that blocks the effect of the sun's harmful rays. Using lotions that contain sunscreens can reduce the risk of skin cancer, including melanoma. * * * A topical ...
sunstroke
A form of heatstroke resulting from undue exposure to the sun's rays, probably caused by the action of actinic rays combined with high temperature; symptoms are those of ...
super-
In excess, above, superior, or in the upper part of; often the same usage as L. supra-. Cf.:hyper-. [L. super, above, beyond]
superabduction
Abduction of a limb beyond the normal limit. SYN: hyperabduction.
superacidity
An excess of acid; excessive acidity.
superacromial
Above the acromion process. SYN: supra- acromial.
superactivity
Abnormally great activity. SYN: hyperactivity (1).
superacute
Extremely acute; marked by extreme severity of symptoms and rapid progress, as of the course of a disease.
superalimentation
SYN: hyperalimentation.
superanal
SYN: supra- anal.
superantigen
An antigen that interacts with the T-cell receptor in a domain outside the antigen recognition site. This interaction induces the activation of larger numbers of T cells than are ...
Superaspirin
A class of drugs that act in certain but not all ways like aspirin. Also known as Cox-2 inhibitors, these drugs selectively block a specific enzyme called Cox-2. Inhibiting this ...
superciliary
Relating to or in the region of the eyebrow. SYN: supraciliary.
supercilium
SYN: eyebrow. [L. fr. super, above, + cilium, eyelid]
supercoiling
SYN: superhelicity.
superdicrotic
SYN: hyperdicrotic.
superdistention
SYN: hyperdistention.
superduct
To elevate or draw upward. [L. super-duco, pp. -ductus, to lead over]
superego
In psychoanalysis, one of the three components of the psychic apparatus in the freudian structural framework, the other two being the ego and the id. It is an outgrowth of the ...
supereruption
Movement of a tooth beyond the normal plane of occlusion due to the loss of its antagonist(s).
superexcitation
1. The act of exciting or stimulating unduly. 2. A condition of extreme excitement or stimulation.
superextension
SYN: hyperextension.
superfatted
With additional fat added, as in the case of soap.
superfetation
The presence of two fetuses of different ages, not twins, in the uterus, due to the impregnation of two ova liberated at successive periods of ovulation; an obsolete concept. ...
superficial
1. Cursory; not thorough. 2. Pertaining to or situated near the surface. 3. SYN: superficialis. [L. superficialis, fr. superficies, surface]
Superficial (anatomic orientation)
On the surface or shallow, as opposed to deep. The skin is superficial to the muscles. The cornea is on the superficial surface of the eye. For a more complete listing of terms ...
superficialis
Situated nearer the surface of the body in relation to a specific reference point. Cf.:profundus. SYN: superficial (3) [TA], sublimis (2). [L.] - s. volae SYN: superficial ...
superficies
Outer surface; facies. [L. the top surface, fr. super, above, + facies, figure, form]
superflexion
SYN: hyperflexion.
superfuse
To flush a fluid over the top of a tissue. Cf.:perfuse, perifuse.
superfusion
The act of superfusing.
supergenual
Above the knee or any genu.
superhelicity
Referring to native duplex DNA structure in which there is further twisting or coiling of the double helix. SYN: supercoiling.
superimpregnation
SYN: superfetation.
superinduce
To induce or bring on in addition to something already existing.
superinfection
A new infection in addition to one already present.
superinvolution
An extreme reduction in size of the uterus, after childbirth, below the normal size of the nongravid organ. SYN: hyperinvolution.
superior
1. Situated above or directed upward. 2. [NA] In human anatomy, situated nearer the vertex of the head in relation to a specific reference point; opposite of inferior. SYN: ...
Superior (anatomic orientation)
Above, as opposed to inferior. The heart is superior to the stomach. The superior surface of the tongue rests against the palate. For a more complete listing of terms used in ...
Superior vena cava syndrome
The symptoms that result from compression of the large vein that carries blood down to the heart. The superior vena cava is a large vein that transmits blood from the upper body ...
superlactation
The continuance of lactation beyond the normal period. SYN: hyperlactation.
superligamen
A retentive dressing; a bandage retaining a surgical dressing in place. [L. ligamen, bandage]
supermedial
Above the middle of any part.
supermotility
SYN: hyperkinesis.
supernatant
See s. fluid. [ super- + L. natare, to swim]
Supernumerary
Beyond the normal number. Anything supernumerary is extra. A supernumerary chromosome is an extra one beyond the usual number of 46. A supernumerary digit is an extra finger or ...
Supernumerary nipple
An extra nipple. Supernumerary nipples are usually smaller than normal and vestigial (nonfunctional, without accompanying mammary glands). They tend to occur on along a ...
supernutrition
Overeating leading to obesity. SYN: hypernutrition.
superolateral
At the side and above.
superovulation
Ovulation of a greater than normal number of ova; usually the result of the administration of exogenous gonadotropins.
superoxide
An oxygen free radical, O2−, which is toxic to cells. - s. dismutase (SOD) an enzyme that catalyzes the dismutation reaction, 2O2 − + 2H+ → H2O2 + O2; there are three ...
superparasite
A member of a large population of parasites living on a host, usually a parasitic hymenopteran larva in its insect host. SEE ALSO: parasitoid.
superparasitism
1. Association between parasitic Hymenoptera and their insect hosts. 2. An excess of parasites of the same species in a host, overtaxing the defense mechanism to the degree ...
superpetrosal
Above or at the upper part of the petrous portion of the temporal bone.
supersaturate
To make a solution hold more of a salt or other substance in solution than it will dissolve when in equilibrium with that salt in the solid phase; such solutions are usually ...
superscription
The beginning of a prescription, consisting of the injunction, recipe, take, usually denoted by the sign ℞. [L. super-scribo, pp. -scriptus, to write upon or over]
supersonic
1. Pertaining to or characterized by a speed greater than the speed of sound. SEE ALSO: hypersonic. 2. Pertaining to sound vibrations of high frequency, above the level of human ...
superstructure
A structure above the surface. - implant denture s. the denture which is retained and stabilized by the implant denture substructure.
supertension
Extreme tension; incorrectly used as a synonym of high blood pressure, or hyperpiesis.
supervoltage
In radiation therapy, a descriptor for high-energy radiation above 1000 V.
supinate
1. To assume, or to be placed in, a supine (face upward) position. 2. To perform supination of the forearm or of the foot. [L. supino, pp. -atus, to bend backwards, place on ...
Supination
Rotation of the arm or leg outward. In the case of the arm, the palm of the hand will face forward. * * * The condition of being supine; the act of assuming or of being placed in ...
supinator
SYN: s. (muscle). See s. (muscle), biceps brachii (muscle).
supine
1. Denoting the body when lying face upward. 2. Supination of the forearm or of the foot. [L. supinus]
Supine (anatomic orientation)
With the back or dorsal surface downward (lying face up), as opposed to prone. For a more complete listing of terms used in medicine for spatial orientation, please see the ...
Supplies kit, disaster
You and your family can cope best by preparing for disaster before it strikes. One way to prepare is by assembling a Disaster Supplies Kit. Once disaster hits, you won't have time ...
Supplies kit, emergency
You and your family can cope best by preparing for disaster before it strikes. One way to prepare is by assembling a Disaster Supplies Kit. Once disaster hits, you won't have time ...
support
1. To add to in an attempt to give greater strength. 2. SYN: supporter. 3. In dentistry, a term used to denote resistance to vertical components of masticatory force. [L. ...
supporter
An apparatus intended to hold in place a dependent or pendulous part, prolapsed organ, or joint. SYN: support (2). [see support]
Supportive care
: Treatment given to prevent, control, or relieve complications and side effects and to improve the patient's comfort and quality of life.
suppository
A small solid body shaped for ready introduction into one of the orifices of the body other than the oral cavity ( e.g., rectum, urethra, vagina), made of a substance, usually ...
Suppressant, cough
A drug used to control coughing, particularly with a dry, nagging, unproductive cough.
suppression
1. Deliberately excluding from conscious thought. Cf.:repression. 2. Arrest of the secretion of a fluid, such as urine or bile. Cf.:retention (2). 3. Checking of an abnormal flow ...
suppressor
A compound that suppresses the effects of mutation or suppresses what would be a normal course of events. - amber s. a mutant gene that codes for a tRNA whose anticodon has ...
suppurant
1. Causing or inducing suppuration. 2. An agent with this action. [L. suppurans, causing suppuration]
Suppurate
To form or discharge pus. The adjective is suppurative, as in suppurative arthritis. The noun, rarely used today, is suppuration. From the Latin puris = pus. * * * To form pus. ...
suppuration
The formation of pus. SYN: pyesis, pyogenesis, pyopoiesis, pyosis. [L. suppuratio (see suppurate)]
suppurative
Forming pus.
supra-
A position above the part indicated by the word to which it is joined; in this sense, the same as super-; opposite of infra-. [L. supra, on the upper side]
supra-acromial
SYN: superacromial.
supra-anal
Above the anus. SYN: superanal.
supra-auricular
Above the auricle or pinna of the ear.
supra-axillary
Above the axilla.
suprabuccal
Above the cheek.
suprabulge
The portion of the crown of a tooth that converges toward the occlusal surface of the tooth.
supracardinal
Lying dorsal to the anterior or posterior cardinal veins in the embryo.
supracerebellar
On or above the surface of the cerebellum.
supracerebral
On or above the surface of the cerebrum.
suprachoroid
On the outer side of the choroid of the eye.
suprachoroidea
SYN: suprachoroid lamina of sclera.
supraciliary
SYN: superciliary.
supraclavicular
Above the clavicle, denoting some cutaneous nerves.
supraclavicularis
See supraclavicular muscle.
supracondylar
Above a condyle. SYN: supracondyloid.
supracondyloid
SYN: supracondylar.
supracostal
Above the ribs.
supracotyloid
Above the cotyloid cavity, or acetabulum.
supracristal
Above a crest or ridge; specifically used to denote a line or plane across the summits of the iliac crests.
supradiaphragmatic
Above the diaphragm.
supraduction
The upward rotation of one eye. SYN: sursumduction.
supraepicondylar
Above an epicondyle.
supraglenoid
Above the glenoid cavity or fossa.
supraglottic
Above the glottis.
Supraglottis
: The upper part of the larynx, including the epiglottis; the area above the vocal cords.
supraglottitis
An infectious inflammation and swelling of the laryngeal tissue above the glottis, especially of the epiglottis, which becomes red and spherical leading to upper airway ...
suprahepatic
Above the liver.
suprahyoid
Above the hyoid bone, denoting, among other things, a group of muscles.
suprainguinal
Above the inguinal region, or groin.
supraintestinal
Above the intestine.
supraliminal
More than just perceptible; above the threshhold for conscious awareness. Cf.:subliminal. [ supra- + L. limen, threshold]
supralumbar
Above the lumbar region.
supramalleolar
Above a malleolus.
supramammary
Above the mammary gland.
supramandibular
Above the mandible.
supramarginal
Above any margin; denoting especially the s. gyrus.
supramastoid
Above the mastoid process of the temporal bone.
supramaxilla
Obsolete term for maxilla.
supramaxillary
Above the maxilla.
supramental
Above the chin.
supramentale
In cephalometrics, the most posterior midline point, above the chin, on the mandibula between the infradentate and the pogonion. SYN: point B. [ supra- + L. mentum, chin]
supranasal
Above the nose.
supraneural
Above the neural axis.
supranuclear
Above (cranial to) the level of the motor neurons of the spinal or cranial nerves; the pathways the suprasegmental nerve fibers follow to reach the motor cell bodies in the ...
supraocclusion
An occlusal relationship in which a tooth extends beyond the occlusal plane.
supraorbital
Above the orbit, either on the face or within the cranium; denoting numerous structures. See canal, foramen, notch, nerve.
supraorbitomeatal
Above or at the top of both the orbit and the external acoustic meatus; denotes a line or plane.
suprapatellar
Above the patella, denoting especially a bursa.
suprapelvic
Above the pelvis.
supraphysiologic, supraphysiological
Denoting any dose (of a chemical agent that either is or mimics a hormone, neurotransmitter, or other naturally occurring agent) that is larger or more potent than would occur ...
suprapubic
Above the pubic bone.
suprarenal
1. Above the kidney. SYN: surrenal. 2. Pertaining to the s. glands. [ supra- + L. ren, kidney]
suprascapular
Above the scapula, denoting especially an artery, vein, and nerve.
suprascleral
On the outer side of the sclera, denoting the s. or perisclerotic space between the sclera and the fascia bulbi.
suprasellar
Above or over the sella turcica.
supraspinal
Above the vertebral column or any spine.
supraspinalis
See s. (muscle).
supraspinatus
See s. (muscle).
Supraspinatus muscle
A muscle that is responsible for elevating the arm and moving it away from the body. The tendon of the supraspinatus muscle is one of four tendons that stabilize the shoulder ...
supraspinous
Above any spine; especially above one or more of the vertebral spines ( e.g., s. ligament) or the spine of the scapula.
suprastapedial
Above the stapes.
suprasternal
Above the sternum.
Suprasternal notch
The V shaped notch at the top of the breastbone (sternum).
suprasylvian
Above the fissure of Sylvius or lateral sulcus.
suprasymphysary
Above the pubic symphysis.
supratemporal
Above the temporal region.
supratentorial
Denoting cranial contents located above the tentorium cerebelli; often used to describe functional symptoms.
suprathoracic
Above or in the upper part of the thorax.
supratonsillar
Above the tonsil; denoting a recess above and slightly back of the tonsil.
supratrochlear
Above a trochlea, denoting a nerve.
supraturbinal
SYN: supreme nasal concha.
supratympanic
Above the tympanic cavity.
supravaginal
Above the vagina, or above any sheath.
supravalvar
Above the valves, either pulmonary or aortic. SYN: supravalvular.
supravalvular
SYN: supravalvar.
supraventricular
Above the ventricles; especially applied to rhythms originating from centers proximal to the ventricles, namely in the atrium, AV node, or AV junction, in contrast to rhythms ...

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