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taxa
Plural of taxon.
taxanes
A class of antitumor agents derived directly or semisynthetically from Taxus brevifolius, the Pacific yew; examples include paclitaxel and docetaxel.
taxis
1. Reduction of a hernia or of a dislocation of any part by means of manipulation. 2. Systematic classification or orderly arrangement. 3. The reaction of protoplasm to a ...
taxon
The name given to a particular level or grouping in a systematic classification of living things or organisms (taxonomy). [G. taxis, order, arrangement, + -on]
taxonomic
Relating to taxonomy.
taxonomy
The systematic classification of living things or organisms. Kingdoms of living organisms are divided into groups ( taxa) to show degrees of similarity or presumed evolutionary ...
Taxus
Genus of plants including the Pacific yew (Taxus brevifolius); its bark yields antitumor agents of the taxane group.
Tay
Warren, English physician, 1843–1927. See T. cherry-red spot, T.- Sachs disease.
Tay-Sachs disease (TSD)
This disease is concisely defined by OMIM (Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man) as “an autosomal recessive, progressive neurodegenerative disorder, which in the classic ...
Taybi
Hooshang, U.S. pediatrician and radiologist, *1919. See Rubinstein-T. syndrome.
Taylor
Charles F., U.S. orthopedic surgeon, 1827–1899. See T. back brace, T. apparatus, T. splint. Robert W., U.S. dermatologist, 1842–1908. See T. disease.
TB
Common abbreviation (spelled out T-B) for tuberculosis. Tuberculosis took its name from the characteristic tubercles (tiny lumps) caused by infection with the bacteria ...
TBG
Abbreviation for thyroxine-binding globulin.
tBoc
Abbreviation for tert-butyloxycarbonyl.
TBP
Abbreviation for thyroxine-binding protein.
TBPA
Abbreviation for thyroxine-binding prealbumin.
TBV
Abbreviation for total blood volume.
TBW
Abbreviation for total body water.
Tc
Symbol for technetium. Abbreviation for T cytotoxic cells, under cell.
TC-99 tetrofosmin scintimammography
Scintimammography is an imaging technique that uses a radioisotope (a radioactive substance) to help visualize the breast and find cancer. Scintimammography using the ...
TCG
Abbreviation for time compensation gain.
TCID50, TCD50
Abbreviation for tissue culture infectious dose.
Td
Adult diphtheria and tetanus toxoids. See Td immunization.
TDF
Abbreviation for testis-determining factor.
TDP
Abbreviation for ribothymidine 5′-diphosphate. The thymidine analog is dTDP.
TdT
Abbreviation for terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase.
TE
In magnetic resonance spin echo pulse sequences, the time to echo, when the magnetization signal is sampled.
Te
Symbol for tellurium.
tea
1. The dried leaves of various genera of the family Theaceae, including Thea (T. senensis), Camellia, and Gordonia, a shrub indigenous to China, southern and southeastern Asia, ...
Teale
Thomas P., English surgeon, 1801–1868.
tear
A discontinuity in substance of a structure. Cf.:laceration. - bucket-handle t. a t. and separation in the central part of a semilunar cartilage with the ends intact that ...
tear1
The fluid secreted by the lacrimal glands by means of which the conjunctiva and cornea are kept moist. [A.S. teár] - artificial tears mixtures of fluid compounds to substitute ...
tearing
SYN: epiphora.
tease
To separate the structural parts of a tissue by means of a needle, in order to prepare it for microscopic examination. [A. S. taesan]
Teaspoon
An old-fashioned but convenient household measure. A teaspoon holds about 5 cc of liquid. * * * A small spoon, holding about 1 dram (or about 5 mL) of liquid; used as a measure ...
teat
1. SYN: nipple. 2. SYN: breast. 3. SYN: papilla. [A.S. tit]
tebutate
USAN-approved contraction for tertiary butylacetate, (CH3)3C–CH2–CO2−.
technetium
An artificial radioactive element, atomic no. 43, atomic wt. 99, produced in 1937 by bombardment of molybdenum by deuterons; also a product of the fission of 235U; used ...
Technetium tetrofosmin scintimammography
Scintimammography is an imaging technique that uses a radioisotope (a radioactive substance) to help visualize the breast and find cancer. Scintimammography using the ...
technetium-99
A radioisotope of technetium which is the decay product of technetium-99m and has a weak beta emission and a physical half-life of 213,000 years.
technetium-99m
A radioisotope of technetium that decays by isomeric transition, emitting an essentially monoenergetic gamma ray of 142 keV with a half-life of 6.01 hr. It is usually ...
technic
SYN: technique.
technical
1. Relating to technique. 2. Pertaining to some particular art, science, or trade. 3. In connection with a chemical substance, denoting that the substance contains appreciable ...
technician
SYN: technologist. [G. techne, an art]
technique
The manner of performance, or the details, of any surgical operation, experiment, or mechanical act. SEE ALSO: method, operation, procedure. SYN: technic. [Fr., fr. G. technikos, ...
technocausis
SYN: actual cautery. [G. techne, art, + kausis, a burning]
technologist
One trained in and using the techniques of a profession, art, or science. SYN: technician.
technology
The knowledge and use of the techniques of a profession, art, or science. [G. techne, an art, + logos, study] - assisted reproductive t. originally, a range of techniques for ...
Technology transfer
The process of converting scientific findings from research laboratories into useful products by the commercial sector.
Technology, recombinant DNA
A series of procedures used to join together (recombine) DNA segments. A recombinant DNA molecule is constructed (recombined) from segments from 2 or more different DNA ...
teclothiazide
SYN: tetrachlormethiazide.
tectal
Relating to a tectum.
tectiform
Roof-shaped.
Tectiviridae
A name for a family of icosahedral nonenveloped double-stranded DNA bacteriophages that have double capsids. [L. tectum, roof, covering, + virus]
tectocephalic
SYN: scaphocephalic. [L. tectum, roof, + G. kephale, head]
tectocephaly
SYN: scaphocephaly.
tectology
Structural morphology. [G. tekton, builder, + -logia]
tectonic
Relating to variations in structure in the eye, particularly the cornea. [G. tektonikos, relating to building]
tectorial
Relating to or characteristic of a tectorium.
tectorium
1. An overlaying structure. 2. SYN: tectorial membrane of cochlear duct. [L. an overlaying surface ( plaster, stucco), fr. tego, pp. tectus, to cover]
tectospinal
Denoting nerve fibers passing from the mesencephalic tectum to the spinal cord.
tectum
Any rooflike covering or structure. [L. roof, roofed structure, fr. tego, pp. tectus, to cover] - t. mesencephali [TA] SYN: lamina of mesencephalic t.. - t. of midbrain SYN: ...
TEDD
Abbreviation for total end- diastolic diameter.
TEE
Transesophageal echocardiography. A diagnostic test which employs ultrasound waves to make images of the heart chambers, valves and surrounding structures and which is done ...
teel oil
SYN: sesame oil.
teeth
Plural of tooth. - acoustic t. [TA] tooth-shaped formations or ridges occurring on the vestibular lip of the limbus lamina spiralis of the cochlear duct. SYN: dentes acustici ...
teething
Eruption or “cutting” of the teeth, especially of the deciduous teeth. SYN: odontiasis.
teflurane
A nonexplosive and nonflammable inhalation anesthetic of moderate potency.
tegmen
A structure that covers or roofs over a part. [L. a covering, fr. tego, to cover] - t. cruris old term for tegmentum mesencephali. - t. mastoideum the lamina of bone roofing over ...
tegmental
Relating to, characteristic of, or placed or oriented toward a tegmentum or tegmen.
tegmentotomy
Production of lesions in the reticular formation of the midbrain tegmentum. [ tegmentum + G. tome, incision]
tegmentum
1. A covering structure. 2. SYN: mesencephalic t.. [L. covering structure, fr. tego, to cover] - t. mesencephali [TA] SYN: mesencephalic t.. - mesencephalic t. that major ...
tegument
1. SYN: integument. 2. SYN: integument (2). [L. tegumentum, a collat. form of tegmentum]
tegumental, tegumentary
Relating to the integument.
Teichmann
Ludwig, German histologist, 1823–1895. See T. crystals, under crystal.
teichoic acids
One of two classes (the other being the muramic acid s or mucopeptides) of polymers constituting the cell walls of Gram-positive bacteria, but also found intracellularly; linear ...
teichopsia
The jagged, shimmering visual sensation resembling the fortifications of a walled medieval town; the scintillating scotoma of migraine. [G. teichos, wall, + opsis, vision]
tel-, tele-, telo-
Distance, end, other end. [G. tele, distant, telos, end]
tela
1. Any thin weblike structure. 2. A tissue; especially one of delicate formation. [L. a web] - t. choroidea [TA] that portion of the pia mater that covers the ependymal roof ...
Teladorsagia davtiani
One of the medium stomach worm species (family Trichostrongylidae) of sheep, goats, and deer occurring in the abomasum; it is similar to Ostertagia trifurcata. [ tele- + L. ...
telalgia
SYN: referred pain. [G. tele, distant, + algos, pain]
telangiectasia
Dilation of the previously existing small or terminal vessels of a part. SYN: angiotelectasis, angiotelectasia. [G. telos, end, + angeion, vessel, + ektasis, a stretching out] - ...
Telangiectasia, hereditary hemorrhagic
A genetic disease characterized by the presence of multiple direct connections between arteries and veins called arteriovenous malformations (AVMs). The small AVMs close to the ...
telangiectasis
A lesion formed by a dilated capillary or terminal artery, most commonly on the skin. See telangiectasia.
telangiectatic
Relating to or marked by telangiectasia.
telangiectodes
A term used to qualify highly vascular tumors. [ telangiectasis + G. -odes, fr. eidos, resemblance]
telangioma
Angioma due to dilation of the capillaries or terminal arterioles.
telangion
One of the terminal arterioles or a capillary vessel. SYN: trichangion. [G. telos, end, + angeion, vessel]
telangiosis
Any disease of the capillaries and terminal arterioles.
tele
Referring to the nitrogen atom of the imidazole ring of histidine that is the farthest from the β-carbon. Cf.:pros. [G. far]
tele-
See tel-.
telecanthus
Increased distance between the medial canthi of the eyelids. SYN: canthal hypertelorism. [G. tele, distant, + kanthos, canthus]
telecardiogram
SYN: telelectrocardiogram.
telecardiophone
A specially constructed stethoscope by means of which heart sounds can be heard by listeners at a distance from the patient. [G. tele, distant, + kardia, heart, + phone, sound]
telecobalt
Teletherapy using radioactive cobalt as the source.
telediagnosis
Detection of a disease by evaluation of data transmitted to a receiving station, a process normally involving patient-monitoring instruments and a transfer link to a diagnostic ...
telediastolic
Pertaining to or occurring toward the end of ventricular diastole. [G. telos, end, + diastole, dilation]
telehopsias
SYN: fortification spectrum.
telelectrocardiogram
An electrocardiogram recorded at a distance from the subject being tested; e.g., the electrocardiogram obtained through telemetry, or, as with a galvanometer in the ...
telemeter
An electronic instrument that senses and measures a quantity, then transmits radio signals to a distant station for recording and interpretation. [G. tele, distant, + metron, ...
telemetry
The science of measuring a quantity, transmitting the results by radio signals to a distant station, and there interpreting, indicating, and/or recording the results. SEE ALSO: ...
telencephalic
Relating to the telencephalon or endbrain.
telencephalization
SYN: corticalization.
telencephalon
The anterior division of the prosencephalon, which develops into the olfactory lobes, the cortex of the cerebral hemispheres, and the subcortical telencephalic nuclei, and the ...
Teleological
Serving an ultimate purpose in its design. For example, "What is the true purpose of the nose?" That is a teleological question. For another example, to say that all evolutionary ...
Teleology
The study of the ultimate purpose of the design of something in nature. For examples, "what is the true purpose of the nose?" is a teleological question and, to say that all ...
teleomitosis
A completed mitosis. [G. teleos, complete, + mitosis]
teleomorph
A reproductive structure of a fungus that is a result of plasmogamy and nuclear recombination; sexual state (sexual reproduction). SYN: perfect stage.
teleonomic
1. Pertaining to teleonomy. 2. In psychology, pertaining to those patterns of behavior that are a function of an inferred purpose or motive; e.g., a child's behavior pattern ...
teleonomy
The doctrine that life is characterized by endowment with a project or purpose; i.e., the existence in an organism of a structure or function implies that it has had evolutionary ...
teleopsia
An error in judging the distance of objects arising from lesions in the parietal temporal region. [G. tele, distant, + opsis, vision]
teleorganic
Manifesting life. [G. teleos, complete, + organikos, organic]
telepathine
SYN: harmine.
telepathy
Transmittal and reception of thoughts by means other than through the normal senses, as a form of extrasensory perception. SYN: extrasensory thought transference, mind-reading. ...
teleradiography
Radiography with the x-ray tube positioned about 2 m from the film thereby securing practical parallelism of the x-rays to minimize geometric distortion; the standard ...
teleradiology
The interpretation of digitized diagnostic images transmitted by modem over telephone lines. [ tele- + radiology]
teleradium
See t. therapy.
telereceptor
An organ, such as the eye, that can receive sense stimuli from a distance.
telergy
SYN: automatism. [G. tele, far off, + ergon, work]
teleroentgenography
SYN: teleradiography.
teleroentgentherapy
SYN: teletherapy.
telescope
Hopkins rod-lens t. an endoscopic t. in which the air-containing spaces between the conventional series of lenses are replaced with glass rods with polished ends separated by ...
telesis
A goal to be attained by planned conduct. [G. telos, end, + -osis, condition]
Telesurgery
Surgical procedures carried out at a distance thanks to advances in robotic and computer technology and their applications to surgery. The first demonstration of trans-Atlantic ...
telesystolic
Relating to the end of ventricular systole. [G. telos, end, + systole, a contracting]
teletherapy
Radiation therapy administered with the source at a distance from the body. Cf.:interstitial therapy. SYN: teleroentgentherapy. [G. tele, distant, + therapeia, treatment]
TeLinde
Richard W., U.S. gynecologist, *1894. See T. operation.
telluric
1. Relating to or originating in the earth. 2. Relating to the element tellurium, especially in its 6+ valence state. [L. tellus (tellur-), the earth]
tellurism
The alleged influence of soil emanations in producing disease. [L. tellus (tellur-), the earth]
tellurium
A rare semimetallic element, atomic no. 52, atomic wt. 127.60, belonging to the sulfur group. [L. tellus (tellur-), the earth]
telo-
See tel-.
telodendron
An anomalous term that refers to the terminal arborization of an axon. SYN: end- brush. [G. telos, end, + dendron, tree]
telogen
Resting phase of hair cycle. [G. telos, end, + -gen, producing]
teloglia
Accumulation of neurolemmal cells at the myoneural junction. [G. telos, end, + glia, glue]
telognosis
Obsolete term denoting diagnosis by means of radiographs or other diagnostic tests transmitted by telephone or radio. See teleradiology. [G. tele, distant, + gnosis, a knowing]
telokinesia
SYN: telophase. [G. telos, end, + kinesis, movement]
telolecithal
Denoting an ovum in which a large amount of deuteroplasm or yolk accumulates at the vegetative pole, as in the eggs of birds and reptiles. [G. telos, end, + G. lekithos, yolk] ...
Telomerase
An enzyme (a biologic catalyst) that has to do with the telomere, the end of the chromosome which is composed of short repeated DNA sequences. Telomerase may play a role in the ...
Telomere
The end of a chromosome, a specialized structure involved in the replication and stability of the chromosome. On the DNA level, the telomere is a dull stretch of road. It is a ...
telopeptide
A peptide covalently bound in or on a protein, protruding therefrom and therefore subject to enzyme attack and maturation modification or cross-linking, and conferring ...
telophase
The final stage of mitosis or meiosis that begins when migration of chromosomes to the poles of the cell has been completed; the chromosomes progressively lengthen while the ...
Telosporea
SYN: Sporozoea.
Telosporidia
A former order of Sporozoea. [G. telos, end, + sporos, seed]
telotism
The perfect performance of a function, as that of sight or hearing. [G. telos, end]
TEM
Abbreviation for triethylenemelamine.
temazepam
A benzodiazepine sedative-hypnotic primarily used to relieve insomnia.
temper
1. Disposition; in general, any characteristic or particular state of mind. SYN: temperament (2). 2. A display of irritation or anger. See tantrum. 3. To treat metal by ...
temperament
1. The psychological and biological organization peculiar to the individual, including one's character or personality predispositions, that influence the manner of thought and ...
temperance
Moderation in all things; especially, abstinence from the use of alcoholic beverages. [L. temperantia, moderation]
temperate
Moderate; restrained in the indulgence of any appetite or activity.
Temperature
The temperature is the specific degree of hotness or coldness of the body. It is usually measured with a thermometer. * * * The sensible intensity of heat of any substance; the ...
template
1. A pattern or guide that determines the shape of a substance. 2. Metaphorically, the specifying nature of a macromolecule, usually a nucleic acid or polynucleotide, with ...
Temple
An area just behind and to the side of the forehead and the eye, above the side of the check bone (the zygomatic arch) and in front of the ear. In optometry, the temple is the ...
tempolabile
Undergoing spontaneous change or destruction during the passage of time. [L. tempus, time, + labilis, perishable]
tempora
The temples. [L. pl. of tempus]
temporal
1. Relating to time; limited in time; temporary. 2. Relating to the temple. See t. region of head. [L. temporalis, fr. tempus (tempor-), time, temple]
Temporal arteritis
Also called giant cell arteritis or cranial arteritis, this is a serious disease characterized by inflammation of the walls of the blood vessels (vasculitis). The vessels ...
Temporal bone
A large irregular bone situated at the base and side of the skull. The temporal bone consists of three parts (squamous, tympanic and petrous) which are distinct at birth but ...
Temporal-lobe epilepsy
Epilepsy (seizures) characterized by abnormal electrical activity in the temporal lobe of the brain. This electrical activity does not cause grand or petit mal seizures, but ...
temporalis
SYN: t. (muscle). [L.]
Temporary loss of consciousness
A partial or complete loss of consciousness with interruption of awareness of oneself and ones surroundings. When the loss of consciousness is temporary and there is spontaneous ...
temporo-
Temporal (2). [L. temporalis, temporal]
temporo-occipital
Relating to the temporal and the occipital bones or regions.
temporoauricular
Relating to the temporal region and the auricle.
temporohyoid
Relating to the temporal and the hyoid bones or regions.
temporomalar
SYN: temporozygomatic.
temporomandibular
Relating to the temporal bone and the mandible; denoting the joint of the lower jaw. SYN: temporomaxillary (2).
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
The joint that hinges the lower jaw (mandible) to the temporal bone of the skull. It is one of the most frequently used joints in the entire body, moving whenever a person eats, ...
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) syndrome
A disorder of the temporomandibular joint(s) that causes pain, usually in front of the ear(s), sometimes in the form of a headache. Pain in the TMJ can be due to trauma, such as ...
temporomaxillary
1. Relating to the regions of the temporal and maxillary bones. 2. SYN: temporomandibular.
temporoparietal
Relating to the temporal and the parietal bones or regions.
temporopontine
Referring to the projection fibers from the temporal lobe of the cerebral cortex to the basilar part of the pons.
temporosphenoid
Relating to the temporal and sphenoid bones.
temporozygomatic
Relating to the temporal and zygomatic bones or regions. SYN: temporomalar.
tempostabile, tempostable
Not subject to spontaneous alteration or destruction. [L. tempus, time + stabilis, stable]
temps utile
SYN: utilization time. [Fr. service or utilization time]
tempus
1. The temple. 2. SYN: time. [L. time]
TEN
Abbreviation for toxic epidermal necrolysis.
ten Horn
C., Dutch surgeon. See ten Horn sign.
Ten-day measles
An acute highly contagious viral disease with fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes, and a spreading skin rash, the measles (also known as rubeola) is a potentially disastrous ...
tenacious
Sticky; denoting tenacity. [L. tenax (tenac-), fr. teneo, to hold]
tenacity
Adhesiveness; the character or property of holding fast. [L. tenacitas, fr. teneo, to hold] - cellular t. the inherent property of all cells to persist in a given form or ...
tenaculum
A surgical clamp designed to hold or grasp tissue during dissection, commonly used to grasp the cervix. [L. a holder, fr. teneo, to hold] - tenacula tendinum a tendinous ...
tenalgia
Obsolete term for pain referred to a tendon. SYN: tenodynia. [G. tenon, tendon, + algos, pain] - t. crepitans SYN: tenosynovitis crepitans.
tenascin
A protein that is present in the mesenchyme that surrounds epithelia in organs undergoing development in embryos; believed to participate in inducing differentiation of ...
tender
Sensitive or painful as a result of pressure or contact that is not sufficent to cause discomfort in normal tissues. [L. tener, soft, delicate]
tenderness
The condition of being tender. - pencil t. strictly localized t., elicited by pressure with the rubber tip of a pencil, e.g., in cases of incomplete or subperiosteal fracture. - ...
tendinitis
SYN: tendonitis.
tendinoplasty
Reparative or plastic surgery of the tendons. SYN: tenontoplasty, tenoplasty. [Mediev. L. tendo (tendin-), tendon, + G. plastos, formed]
tendinosuture
SYN: tenorrhaphy.
tendinous
Relating to, composed of, or resembling a tendon.
tendo
SYN: tendon.For histologic description, see tendon. [Mediev. L., fr. L. t., to stretch out, extend] - t. Achillis SYN: calcaneal tendon, calcaneal tendon. - t. calcaneus [TA] ...
Tendo Achilles
The Achilles tendon, a tough sinew that attaches the calf muscle to the back of the heel bone. The Achilles tendon is one of the longest tendons in the body. It is also ...
Tendo calcaneus
A tough sinew that attaches the calf muscle to the back of the heel bone (the calcaneus). Also called the Achilles tendon, it is one of the longest tendons in the body. ...
tendo-
A tendon. SEE ALSO: teno-. [L. tendo]
tendolysis
SYN: tenolysis. [ tendo- + G. lysis, dissolution]
tendomucin, tendomucoid
A form of mucin found in tendons.
Tendon
The tissue by which a muscle attaches to bone. A tendon is somewhat flexible, but fibrous and tough. When a tendon becomes inflamed, the condition is referred to as tendinitis or ...
Tendon, Achilles
A tough sinew that attaches the calf muscle to the back of the heel bone. The Achilles tendon is one of the longest tendons in the body. It is also formally called the tendo ...
tendonitis
Inflammation of a tendon. SYN: tendinitis, tenonitis (2), tenontitis.
tendophony
SYN: tenophony.
tendosynovitis
SYN: tenosynovitis.
tendotomy
SYN: tenotomy.
tendovaginal
Relating to a tendon and its sheath. [ tendo- + L. vagina, sheath]
tendovaginitis
SYN: tenosynovitis. [ tendo- + L. vagina, sheath, + G. -itis, inflammation] - radial styloid t. SYN: de Quervain disease.
tenectomy
Resection of part of a tendon. SYN: tenonectomy. [G. tenon, tendon, + ektome, excision]
tenesmic
Relating to or marked by tenesmus.
Tenesmus
Straining, especially long-continued, ineffectual and painful straining, at stool or in urination. Straining at stool is called rectal tenesmus; straining at urination is ...
tenia
1. Any anatomic bandlike structure. 2. SYN: taenia (2). [L. fr. G. tainia, band, tape, a tapeworm] - taeniae acusticae SYN: medullary striae of fourth ventricle, under stria. - ...
teniacide
An agent destructive to tapeworms. SYN: tenicide. [L. taenia, tapeworm, + caedo, to kill]
teniafuge
An agent that causes the expulsion of tapeworms. SYN: tenifuge. [L. taenia, tapeworm, + fugo, to put to flight]
tenial
1. Relating to a tapeworm. 2. Relating to one of the structures called tenia.
teniasis
Presence of a tapeworm in the intestine. - somatic t. invasion of the body by the cysticercus of a tenioid worm.
tenicide
SYN: teniacide.
teniform
SYN: tenioid.
tenifugal
Having the power to expel tapeworms.
tenifuge
SYN: teniafuge.
tenioid
1. Band-shaped; ribbon-shaped. 2. Resembling a tapeworm. SYN: teniform. [G. tainia, a tape, + eidos, resemblance]
teniola
A slender tenia or bandlike structure. [L. dim. of taenia, ribbon] - taeniola corporis callosi SYN: rostral lamina.
teno-, tenon-, tenont-, tenonto-
Tendon. SEE ALSO: tendo-. [G. tenon]
tenodesis
Stabilizing a joint by anchoring the tendons which move that joint and thereby preventing any further excursion of the tendons. [teno- + G. desis, a binding]
tenodynia
SYN: tenalgia. [teno- + G. odyne, pain]
tenofibril
SYN: tonofibril. [teno- + Mod. L. fibrilla, a small fiber]
tenolysis
Release of a tendon from adhesions. SYN: tendolysis.
tenomyoplasty
SYN: tenontomyoplasty.
tenomyotomy
SYN: myotenotomy.
Tenon
Jacques R., French pathologist and oculist, 1724–1816. See T. capsule, T. space.
tenon-
See teno-.
tenonectomy
SYN: tenectomy. [ tenon- + G. ektome, excision]
tenonitis
1. Inflammation of Tenon capsule or the connective tissue within Tenon space. 2. SYN: tendonitis. [tenont- + G. -itis, inflammation]
tenontitis
SYN: tendonitis. [tenont- + G. -itis, inflammation]
tenonto-
See teno-.
tenontography
A treatise on or description of the tendons. [ tenonto- + G. graphe, description]
tenontology
The branch of science that has to do with the tendons. [ tenonto- + G. logos, study]
tenontomyoplasty
Obsolete term for a combined tenontoplasty and myoplasty, used in the radical correction of a hernia. SYN: tenomyoplasty. [ tenonto- + G. mys, muscle, + plastos, formed]
tenontomyotomy
SYN: myotenotomy.
tenontoplastic
Relating to tenontoplasty.
tenontoplasty
SYN: tendinoplasty. [ tenonto- + G. plastos, formed]
tenophony
A heart murmur assumed to be due to an abnormal condition of the chordae tendineae. SYN: tendophony. [teno- + G. phone, sound]
tenophyte
Bony or cartilaginous growth in or on a tendon. [teno- + G. phyton, plant]
tenoplastic
Relating to tenoplasty.
tenoplasty
SYN: tendinoplasty.
tenoreceptor
A receptor in a tendon, activated by increased tension.
tenorrhaphy
Suture of the divided ends of a tendon. SYN: tendinosuture, tendon suture, tenosuture. [teno- + G. rhaphe, suture]
tenostosis
Ossification of a tendon. [teno- + G. osteon, bone, + -osis, condition]
tenosuspension
Using a tendon as a suspensory ligament, sometimes as a free graft or in continuity.
tenosuture
SYN: tenorrhaphy.
tenosynovectomy
Excision of a tendon sheath. [teno- + synovia + G. ektome, excision]
tenosynovitis
Inflammation of a tendon and its enveloping sheath. SYN: tendinous synovitis, tendosynovitis, tendovaginitis, tenovaginitis. [teno- + synovia + G. -itis, inflammation] - t. ...
tent
1. Canopy used in various types of inhalation therapy to control humidity and concentration of oxygen in inspired air. 2. Cylinder of some material, usually absorbent, ...
Tent, oxygen
A tent-like device used to deliver high levels of oxygen to a patient in a bed. The tent typically covers the whole bed of an infant and the head and upper body of an older child ...
tentacle
A slender process for feeling, prehension, or locomotion in invertebrates. [Mod. L. tentaculum, a feeler, fr. tento, to feel]
Tenth cranial nerve
The tenth cranial nerve, and one of the most important, is the vagus nerve. All twelve of the cranial nerves, the vagus nerve included, emerge from or enter the skull (the ...
tentorial
Relating to a tentorium.
tentorium
A membranous cover or horizontal partition. [L. tent, fr. tendo, to stretch] - t. cerebelli [TA] a strong fold of dura mater roofing over the posterior cranial fossa with an ...
TEPA
Abbreviation for triethylenephosphoramide.
tephromalacia
Softening of the gray matter of the brain or spinal cord. [G. tephros, ashen-gray, + malakia, softness]
tephrylometer
An instrument for measuring the thickness of the cerebral cortex; it consists of a graduated tube of thin glass which is inserted into the brain substance, so the depth of the ...
TEPP
Abbreviation for tetraethyl pyrophosphate.
teprotide
A nonapeptide in which glycine is replaced by tryptophan, leucine and the first proline are missing, and lysine is replaced by glutamine; an angiotensin-converting enzyme ...
ter in die (on prescription)
Seen on a prescription, tid means three times a day. It is an abbreviation for "ter in die" which in Latin means three times a day. The abbreviation "tid" is sometimes written ...
tera-
1. Prefix used in the SI and metric system to signify one trillion. 2. Combining form denoting a teras. SEE ALSO: terato-. [G. teras, monster]
teras
Conceptus with deficient, redundant, misplaced, or grossly misshapen parts. [G.]
teratic
Relating to a teras.
teratism
SYN: teratosis. [G. teratisma, fr. teras]

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