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tribe
In biologic classification, an occasionally used division between the family and the genus; often the same as the subfamily. [L. tribus]
tribology
The study of friction and its effects in biologic systems, especially in regard to articulated surfaces of the skeleton. [G. tribo, to rub, + logos, study]
triboluminescence
Luminosity produced by friction. [G. tribo, to rub, + luminescence]
tribrachia
Condition seen in conjoined twins in which there are only three arms for the two bodies. See conjoined twins, under twin. [ tri- + G. brachion, arm]
tribrachius
Conjoined twins exhibiting tribrachia.
tribromsalan
A disinfectant used in soaps.
tributyrase
SYN: triacylglycerol lipase.
tributyrin
A synthetic substrate for lipase assays. SYN: glyceryl tributyrate, tributyrylglycerol.
tributyrinase
SYN: triacylglycerol lipase.
tributyrylglycerol
SYN: tributyrin.
TRIC
Acronym for trachoma and inclusion conjunctivitis. See T. agents, under agent.
tricalcium phosphate
SYN: tribasic calcium phosphate.
tricephalus
Fetus with three heads. [ tri- + G. kephale, head]
Triceps
The triceps muscle extends (straightens) the elbow. Its full name is the triceps brachii. It can be felt as the tense muscle in the back of the upper arm while doing push-ups. ...
trich-
See tricho-.
trichalgia
Pain produced by touching the hair; painful hair, as can occur with atypical angina. SYN: trichodynia. [ trich- + G. algos, pain]
trichangion
SYN: telangion. [ trich- + G. angeion, vessel]
trichatrophia
Atrophy of the hair bulbs, with brittleness, splitting, and falling out of hair. [ trich- + G. atrophia, atrophy]
trichauxis
Excessive growth of hair in length and quantity. [ trich- + G. auxis, increase]
trichi-
See tricho-.
trichiasis
A condition in which the hair adjacent to a natural orifice turns inward and causes irritation; e.g., in inversion of an eyelid (entropion), eyelashes irritate the eye. SYN: ...
trichilemmoma
A benign tumor derived from outer root sheath epithelium of a hair follicle, consisting of cells with pale-staining cytoplasm containing glycogen; multiple trichilemmomas are ...
Trichina
Old name for a genus of nematode worms, correctly called Trichinella.
trichina
A larval worm of the genus Trichinella; the infective form in pork. [Mod. L., fr. G. thrix (trich-), a hair]
Trichina spiralis
is a parasitic worm that lives in the intestines and causes a serious illness known as trichinosis. The eggs usually enter the body via raw or undercooked pork, sausage or bear ...
Trichinella
A nematode genus in the aphasmid group that causes trichinosis in humans and carnivores. [Mod. L. fr. trichina + dim. suffix ella] - T. pseudospiralis. nematode species with ...
Trichinella spiralis
The worm that causes trichinosis. Trichinella spiralis larvae can infest pigs and wild game, hibernating in muscle tissue within a protective cyst. Trichinosis can be ...
trichinelliasis
SYN: trichinosis.
Trichinellicae
SYN: Trichinelloidea.
Trichinelloidea
A superfamily of nematodes, including the following roundworms that are parasitic in man: Trichinella spiralis, the trichina worm (family Trichinellidae); Trichuris trichiura, ...
Trichinellosis
A disease, also known as trichinosis, that comes from eating raw or undercooked pork or wild game that is infected with the larvae of a worm called Trichinella. The initial ...
trichiniasis
SYN: trichinosis.
trichiniferous
Containing trichina worms.
trichinization
Infection with trichina worms.
trichinoscope
A magnifying glass used in the examination of meat suspected of being trichinous. [ trichina + G. skopeo, to view]
Trichinosis
A disease that comes from eating raw or undercooked pork or wild game that is infected with the larvae of a worm called Trichinella spiralis. The initial symptoms of the disease ...
trichinous
Infected with trichina worms.
trichion
A cephalometric point at the midpoint of the hairline at the top of the forehead. [G. thrix, hair]
trichite
SYN: trichocyst.
trichloral
SYN: m-chloral.
trichlorfon
An organophosphorus compound effective against immature and mature stages of Schistosoma haematobium, but ineffective against other species of Schistosoma in humans. SYN: ...
trichloride
A chloride having three chlorine atoms in the molecule; e.g., PCl3.
trichlormethiazide
An orally effective benzothiazide diuretic and antihypertensive agent.
trichlormethine
A nitrogen mustard used in the treatment of leukemia.
trichloroacetic acid
Used as an astringent antiseptic in 1–5% solution or as an escharotic for venereal and other warts; a widely used protein precipitant.
trichloroethane
An industrial solvent with pronounced inhalation anesthetic activity. SYN: methylchloroform.
trichloroethanol
A hypnotic and sedative; as a metabolite of chloral hydrate, it contributes to the depressant activity of chloral hydrate. SYN: trichloroethyl alcohol.
trichloroethene
SYN: trichloroethylene.
trichloroethyl alcohol
SYN: trichloroethanol.
Trichloroethylene
A possible carcinogenic (cancer-causing) compound used mainly as a degreaser for metal parts. Trichloroethylene was also at one time used to decaffeinate coffee. There are limited ...
trichlorofluoromethane
A propellant used for aerosol sprays; has anesthetic and arrhythmogenic activity if inhaled in high concentration. SYN: trichloromonofluoromethane.
trichloromethane
SYN: chloroform.
trichloromonofluoromethane
SYN: trichlorofluoromethane.
trichlorophenol
Used as an antiseptic, disinfectant, and fungicide.
tricho-, trich-, trichi-
The hair; a hairlike structure. [G. thrix (trich-)]
Trichobezoar
A wad of swallowed hair. Also called a hairball. Trichobezoars can sometimes be found to cause blockage of the digestive system, especially at the exit of the stomach. ...
Trichocephalus
Incorrect name for Trichuris. [tricho- + G. kephale, head]
trichochrome
Yellow-orange and violet natural pigments related to melanins; partly responsible for the red and auburn colors of human hair. [tricho- + G. chroma, color]
trichocyst
One of a number of structures, in the form of minute elongated cysts, arranged radially around the periphery of a protozoan cell and containing fluid which when discharged serves ...
Trichodectes
A genus of biting lice that includes the species T. canis (T. latus), the biting louse of dogs that commonly serves as an intermediate host for the dog tapeworm, Dipylidium ...
Trichoderma
A genus of fungi in soil that furnishes the antibiotic gliotoxin. Has produced rare opportunistic infections. [tricho- + G. derma, skin]
trichodiscoma
Dominantly inherited or nonfamilial elliptical parafollicular mesenchymal hamartomas.
trichodynia
SYN: trichalgia. [tricho- + G. odyne, pain]
trichodystrophy
Defective nutrition or growth of hair, often culminating in alopecia. May be acquired or congenital; the latter often with metabolic or other birth defects. [tricho- + G. prefix ...
trichoepithelioma
Multiple small benign nodules, occurring mostly on the skin of the face, derived from basal cells of hair follicles enclosing small keratin cysts; autosomal dominant inheritance. ...
trichoesthesia
1. The sensation felt when a hair is touched. 2. A form of paresthesia in which there is a sensation as of a hair on the skin, on the mucous membrane of the mouth, or on the ...
trichofolliculoma
A usually solitary tumor or hamartoma in which multiple abortive hair follicles open into a central cyst or space opening on the skin surface. [tricho- + L. folliculus, ...
trichogen
An agent that promotes the growth of hair. [tricho- + G. -gen, producing]
trichoglossia
SYN: hairy tongue. [tricho- + G. glossa, tongue]
trichohyalin
A substance of the nature of keratohyalin found in the developing inner root sheath of the hair follicle.
trichoid
Hairlike. [tricho- + G. eidos, resemblance]
tricholemmoma
SYN: trichilemmoma.
trichologia
A nervous habit of plucking at the hair. SYN: trichology (2). [G. trichologeo, to pluck hairs, fr. tricho- + lego, to pick out, gather]
trichology
1. The study of the anatomy, growth, and diseases of the hair. [tricho- + G. logos, study] 2. SYN: trichologia. [G. trichologeo, fr. tricho- + lego, to pick out]
trichoma
SYN: trichiasis. [tricho- + G. -oma, tumor]
trichomatosis
SYN: trichiasis.
trichomegaly
Congenital condition characterized by abnormally long eyelashes; associated with dwarfism. [tricho- + G. megas, large]
trichomonacide
An agent that is destructive to Trichomonas organisms.
trichomonad
Common name for members of the family Trichomonadidae.
Trichomonadidae
A family of protozoan flagellates that includes the genus Trichomonas.
Trichomonas
A genus of parasitic protozoan flagellates ( subfamily Trichomonidinae, family Trichomonadidae) causing trichomoniasis in humans, other primates, and birds. Specificity is ...
trichomoniasis
Disease caused by infection with a species of protozoon of the genus Trichomonas or related genera. - t. vaginitis acute vaginitis or urethritis caused by infection with ...
trichomycetosis
SYN: trichomycosis.
trichomycosis
Term formerly used to mean any disease of the hair caused by a fungus; now synonymous with trichonocardiosis or t. axillaris. In present usage, t. is a misnomer because the ...
trichonodosis
SYN: trichomycosis axillaris. [tricho- + L. nodus, node (swelling), + G. -osis, condition]
trichonosis
SYN: trichopathy.
trichopathic
Relating to any disease of the hair.
trichopathophobia
Excessive worry regarding disease of the hair, its color, or abnormalities of its growth. [tricho- + G. pathos, suffering, + phobos, fear]
trichopathy
Any disease of the hair. SYN: trichonosis, trichosis. [tricho- + G. pathos, suffering]
trichophagia
The eating of hair or wool.
trichophagy
Habitual biting of the hair. [tricho- + G. phagein, to eat]
trichophobia
Morbid disgust caused by the sight of loose hairs on clothing or elsewhere. [tricho- + G. phobos, fear]
trichophytic
Relating to trichophytosis.
trichophytobezoar
A mixed hair and food ball, consisting of vegetable fibers, seeds and skins of fruits, and animal hair matted together to form a ball in the stomach of humans or other animals, ...
Trichophyton
A genus of pathogenic fungi causing dermatophytosis in humans and animals; species may be anthropophilic, zoophilic, or geophilic, and attack the hair, skin, and nails, and ...
trichophytosis
Superficial fungus infection caused by species of Trichophyton. [tricho- + G. phyton, plant, + -osis, condition]
Trichopleuris
A genus of biting lice that infest ruminants, e.g., T. lipeuroides and T. parallelus in American deer; considered by some to be a subgenus of Damalinia. [tricho- + G. pleura, ...
trichopoliodystrophy
SYN: kinky-hair disease.
trichopoliosis
SYN: poliosis. [tricho- + G. polios, gray, + -osis, condition]
Trichoptera
An order of insects in which the aquatic larvae (caddis flies) construct a protective case (caddis) of bits of submerged material in a highly specific form; commonly found ...
trichoptilosis
A condition of splitting of the shaft of the hair, giving it a feathery appearance. [tricho- + G. ptilosis, plumage, + -osis, condition]
trichorrhexis
A condition in which the hairs tend to readily break or split. [tricho- + G. rhexis, a breaking] - t. invaginata SYN: bamboo hair. - t. nodosa a congenital or acquired condition ...
trichoschisis
The presence of broken or split hairs. SEE ALSO: trichorrhexis. [tricho- + G. schisis, a cleaving]
trichosis
SYN: trichopathy. [tricho- + G. -osis, condition] - t. carunculae a growth of hair on the lacrimal caruncle. - t. sensitiva hyperesthesia of the hairy parts. - t. setosa ...
trichosomatous
Having flagella with a small body; denoting certain protozoan organisms. See Trichomonas. [tricho- + G. soma, body]
Trichosporon
A genus of imperfect fungi that possess branching septate hyphae with arthroconidia and blastoconidia; these organisms are part of the normal flora of the intestinal tract of ...
trichosporonosis
Systemic infection by Trichosporan beigelii; marked by fever or pneumonia with a high mortality; seen in neutropenic patients. Local infection with T. beigelii is white piedra, ...
trichosporosis
Infection with Trichosporon beigelii. [Trichosporon + G. -osis, condition]
trichostasis spinulosa
A condition in which hair follicles are blocked with a keratin plug containing multiple vellus hairs forming pruritic papules. [tricho- + G. stasis, a standing; L. spinulosus, ...
trichostrongyle
Common name for members of the family Trichostrongylidae.
Trichostrongylidae
A family of nematodes (order Strongylida or, in older terminology, Strongylata); includes the important genera Cooperia, Ostertagia, Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, Nematodirus, ...
trichostrongylosis
Infection with nematodes of the genus Trichostrongylus.
Trichostrongylus
The hairworm, or bankrupt or black scour worm; an economically important genus (about 30 species) of small slender nematodes (family Trichostrongylidae) that inhabit the small ...
Trichothecium
A genus of imperfect fungi generally considered a common saprophyte.
trichothiodystrophy
Congenital brittle hair resulting from low sulfur-containing amino acid ( cysteine) content sometimes associated with mental impairment and short stature; autosomal recessive ...
trichotillomania
A compulsion to pull out one's own hair. [tricho- + G. tillo, pull out, + mania, insanity]
trichotomy
A division into three parts. [G. trichia, threefold, + tome, a cutting]
trichotoxin
A cytotoxin having an injurious effect specifically for ciliated epithelium.
trichotrophy
Nutrition of the hair. [tricho- + G. trophe, nourishment]
trichroic
Relating to or marked by trichroism.
trichroism
The property of some crystals of emitting different colors in three different directions. [G. trichroos, three-colored, fr. tri- + chroa, color]
trichromat
A person who sees three primary colors; hence, one with normal color vision. [ tri- + G. chroma, color]
trichromatic
1. Having, or relating to, the three primary colors: red, green, and blue. 2. Capable of perceiving the three primary colors; having normal color vision. SYN: trichromic.
trichromatism
The state of being trichromatic. [ tri- + G. chroma, color] - anomalous t. a defect in color perception in which there appears to be an abnormality or deficiency in one of the ...
trichromatopsia
Normal color vision; the ability to perceive the three primary colors. [ tri- + G. chroma, color, + opsis, vision]
trichromic
SYN: trichromatic.
trichterbrust
SYN: pectus excavatum. [Ger. T., funnel chest]
Trichuriasis
Infection with the human whipworm, a nematode (roundworm) formally known as Trichuris trichiura. The third most common round worm of humans. Occurs worldwide, with infections ...
Trichuris
A genus of aphasmid nematodes (sometimes improperly termed Trichocephalus) related to the trichina worm, Trichinella spiralis, and having a body with a slender, elongated, ...
Trichuris trichiura
A nematode (roundworm) also called the human whipworm. The third most common round worm of humans. Occurs worldwide, with infections more frequent in areas with tropical weather ...
tricipital
Having three heads; denoting a triceps muscle.
triclobisonium chloride
A bisquaternary ammonium compound used topically in the treatment of superficial infections of the skin and vagina; a cationic antiseptic effective against both Gram-negative ...
triclofenol piperazine
An anthelmintic.
triclofos
A phosphorylated derivative of chloral hydrate, which is hydrolyzed to chloral hydrate in the body and produces characteristic sedative-hypnotic properties.
tricorn
1. One of the lateral ventricles of the brain. 2. SYN: tricornute. [ tri- + L. cornu, horn]
tricornute
Having three cornua or horns. SYN: tricorn (2). [ tri- + L. cornutus, horned, fr. cornu, a horn]
tricresol
SYN: cresol.
tricrotic
Thrice-beating; marked by three waves in the arterial pulse tracing. SYN: tricrotous. [ tri- + G. krotos, a beat]
tricrotism
The condition of being tricrotic.
tricrotous
SYN: tricrotic.
Tricula
A genus of operculate freshwater snails related to Oncomelania (the Schistosoma japonicum intermediate hosts) of the subfamily triculinae, family Hydrobiidae, subclass ...
Tricuspid
Having three flaps or cusps. The valve that is called the tricuspid valve is situated between the right atrium and right ventricle and permits blood to flow only from the atrium ...
Tricuspid valve
One of the four heart valves, the tricuspid valve is the first one that blood encounters as it enters the heart. The tricuspid valve stands between the right atrium and right ...
tricuspid, tricuspidal, tricuspidate
1. Having three points, prongs, or cusps, as the t. valve of the heart. 2. Having three tubercles or cusps, as the second upper molar tooth (occasionally) and the upper third ...
tricyclamol chloride
SYN: procyclidine methochloride.
Tricyclic antidepressant
One of a class of medications used to treat depression. The tricyclic antidepressants are also used for some forms of anxiety, fibromyalgia, and the control of chronic pain. ...
tridactylous
SYN: tridigitate.
trident
SYN: tridentate.
tridentate
Three-toothed; three-pronged. SYN: trident. [ tri- + L. dentatus, toothed]
tridermic
Relating to or derived from the three primary germ layers of the embryo : ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm. [ tri- + G. derma, skin]
tridermoma
SYN: triphyllomatous teratoma. [ tri- + G. derma, skin, + -oma, tumor]
tridigitate
Having three fingers or three toes on one hand or foot. SYN: tridactylous. [ tri- + L. digitus, digit]
tridihexethyl chloride
An anticholinergic drug.
tridymite
A form of silica used in dental casting investment. [fr. G. tridymos, threefold]
tridymus
SYN: triplet (1). [L. fr. G. tridymos, threefold]
trielcon
A long, three-jawed forceps for the extraction of foreign bodies from wounds or canals. [ tri- + G. helko, to draw]
trientine hydrochloride
A chelating agent used to remove excess copper from the body in Wilson disease. SYN: triethylenetetramine dihydrochloride.
triethanolamine
A mixture of mono-, di-, and t., used as an emulsifying agent in the preparation of medicated ointments and lotions and as an aid in the absorption of such medicaments through ...
triethylene glycol
Used in the vapor state as an air-sterilizing agent; toxic to bacteria, fungi, and viruses in very low concentrations in air; variations in the humidity of the air limit the ...
triethylenemelamine
An antineoplastic agent chemically related to the nitrogen mustards; used in the treatment of leukemia.
triethylenephosphoramide
A drug with the same actions and uses as triethylenemelamine in the treatment of leukemias.
triethylenetetramine dihydrochloride
SYN: trientine hydrochloride.
triethylenethiophosphoramide
An alkylating agent used for the palliative treatment of malignant diseases such as leukemia, lymphoma, and carcinoma. SYN: thiotepa.
trifacial
Denoting the fifth pair of cranial nerves, the trigeminal nerves. [ tri- + L. facies, face]
trifid
Split into three. [L. trifidus, three-cleft]
trifluoperazine hydrochloride
An antipsychotic of the phenothiazine type.
trifluoroacetyl
A group used to protect amino moieties of amino acid and peptides during peptide synthesis.
triflupromazine hydrochloride
An antipsychotic closely related chemically and pharmacologically to chlorpromazine.
trifluridine
An antiviral agent used in eye drops to treat herpes simplex infections of the eye.
trifocal
Having three foci. See t. lens.
trifurcation
1. A division into three branches. 2. The area where the tooth roots divide into three distinct portions. [ tri- + L. furca, fork]
trigastric
Having three bellies; denoting a muscle with two tendinous interruptions. [ tri- + G. gaster, belly]
trigeminal
Relating to the fifth cranial or trigeminus nerve. SYN: trigeminus. [L. trigeminus, threefold]
Trigeminal nerve
The trigeminal nerve functions both as the chief nerve of sensation for the face and the motor nerve controlling the muscles of mastication (chewing). Problems with the sensory ...
trigeminus
SYN: trigeminal. [L. threefold, fr. tri- + geminus, twin]
trigeminy
SYN: trigeminal rhythm. [L. trigeminus, threefold]
trigenolline
SYN: trigonelline.
trigger
Term describing a system in which a relatively small input turns on a relatively large output, the magnitude of which is unrelated to the magnitude of the input. - ECG t. use ...
triglyceride
SYN: triacylglycerol.
Triglyceride test
A simple blood test to measure the level of triglycerides in the blood. Triglyceride levels are influenced by recent fat and alcohol intake, so you should fast from food for at ...
trigona
Plural of trigonum. [L.]
trigonal
Triangular; relating to a trigonum.
trigone
1. SYN: trigonum. 2. The first three dominant cusps ( protocone, paracone, and metacone), taken collectively, of an upper molar tooth. [L. trigonum, fr. G. trigonon, ...
trigonelline
The methyl betaine of nicotinic acid; a product of the metabolism of nicotinic acid; excreted in the urine. SYN: caffearine, trigenolline.
trigonid
The first three dominant cusps, taken collectively, of a lower molar tooth. SEE ALSO: trigone.
trigonitis
Inflammation of the urinary bladder, localized in the trigone. [ trigone + G. -itis, inflammation]
trigonocephalic
Pertaining to trigonocephaly.
trigonocephaly
Malformation characterized by a triangular configuration of the skull, due in part to premature synostosis of the cranial bones with compression of the cerebral hemispheres. [ ...
trigonum
Any triangular area. See triangle. SYN: trigone (1) [TA]. [L., fr. G. trigonon, a triangle] - t. auscultationis [TA] SYN: ausculatory triangle. - t. caroticum [TA] SYN: ...
trihexosylceramide
SYN: globotriaosylceramide.
trihexyphenidyl hydrochloride
A synthetic anticholinergic agent reputed to exert a higher degree of anticholinergic activity in the brain as compared with peripheral parasympathetic neuroeffector junctions. ...
trihybrid
The offspring of parents that differ in three mendelian characters. [ tri- + L. hybrida, hybrid]
trihydric
Denoting a chemical compound containing three replaceable hydrogen atoms.
trihydroxyestrin
SYN: estriol.
triiniodymus
A grossly malformed fetus with three heads, joined at the occiput, and a single body. [ tri- + G. inion, nape of the neck, + didymos, twin]
triiodide
An iodide with three atoms of iodine in the molecule; e.g., KI3.
triiodomethane
SYN: iodoform.
triketohydrindene hydrate
Former name for ninhydrin.
triketopurine
SYN: uric acid.
trilabe
A three-pronged forceps for removal of foreign bodies from the bladder. [ tri- + G. labe, a handle, hold]
trilaminar
Having three laminae.
trilateral
Having three sides.
trilobate, trilobed
Having three lobes.
trilocular
Having three cavities or cells.
trilogy
A triad of related entities. [G. trilogia, fr. tri- + logos, study, discourse] - t. of Fallot a set of congenital defects including pulmonic stenosis, atrial septal defect, ...
trilostane
An adrenal steroid inhibitor used for amelioration of adrenal hyperfunction in Cushing syndrome.
trimastigote
Having three flagella, as observed in certain protozoan organisms. [ tri- + G. mastix, whip]
trimeprazine tartrate
A phenothiazine compound related chemically and pharmacologically to promazine but with a more pronounced histamine-antagonizing action; used for the symptomatic relief of ...
trimer
A compound, complex, or structure made up of three components.
Trimester
The nine months of pregnancy is traditionally divided into three trimesters: distinct periods of roughly three months in which different phases of fetal development take place. ...
trimetaphan camsylate
SYN: trimethaphan camsylate.
trimetazidine
A coronary vasodilator.
trimethadione
An obsolescent anticonvulsant used for the treatment of absence seizures (petit mal) and psychomotor epilepsy. SYN: troxidone.
trimethaphan camsylate
A ganglionic blocking agent that produces vasodilation of brief duration; used in surgery, particularly neurosurgery, to produce a relatively bloodless operative field ...
trimethidium methosulfate
Quaternary ammonium compound that blocks ganglionic transmission at sympathetic and parasympathetic ganglia; used in the treatment of severe hypertension.
trimethoprim
An antimicrobial agent that potentiates the effect of sulfonamides and sulfones; usually used in combination with sulfamethoxazole.
trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole
A drug combination consisting of a dihydrofolate reductase inhibitor ( trimethoprim) and a sulfonamide antibacterial drug (sulfamethoxazole). The drug combination is ...
trimethylamine
A degradation product, often by putrefaction, of nitrogenous plant and animal substances such as beet sugar residue or herring brine; in the body, it probably results from ...
trimethylaminuria
Increased excretion of trimethylamine in urine and sweat, with characteristic offensive fishy body odor.
Trimethylaminuria (TMA)
An inborn error of metabolism associated with an offensive body odor, the smell of rotting fish, due to the excessive excretion of TMA in urine, sweat, and breath. Persons with ...
trimethylcarbinol
Tertiary butyl alcohol. See butyl alcohol.
trimethylene
SYN: cyclopropane.
trimethylethylene
SYN: amylene.
trimethylomelamine
An antineoplastic agent.
trimetozine
An antianxiety agent.
trimetrexate
An antineoplastic agent and antiprotozoal orphan drug used in the treatment of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in AIDS patients.
trimipramine
An antidepressant.
trimorphic
SYN: trimorphous.
trimorphism
Existence under three forms, as in holometabolous insects that pass through larval, pupal, and imago stages. [ tri- + G. morphe, form]
trimorphous
Existing under three forms; marked by trimorphism. SYN: trimorphic.
trinitrocellulose
A constituent of soluble guncotton; used in the preparation of collodion and of pyroxylin.
trinitroglycerin
SYN: nitroglycerin.
trinitrotoluene
An explosive made by the nitrification of toluene; it causes gastric and intestinal disturbances and dermatitis in workers in munition factories. SYN: trinitrotoluol.
trinitrotoluol
SYN: trinitrotoluene.
trinucleotide
A combination of three adjacent nucleotides, free or in a polynucleotide or nucleic acid molecule; often used with specific reference to the unit ( codon or anticodon) ...
triokinase
A phosphotransferase catalyzing the phosphorylation of d-glyceraldehyde by ATP to produce d-glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate and ADP; participates in a step in d-fructose metabolism. ...
triol
A compound containing three hydroxyl groups; E.G., glycerol.
triolein
SYN: olein.
triophthalmos
Conjoined twins with union in the facial region such that there is a common eye on the joined sides; a variety of opodidymus. See conjoined twins, under twin. [ tri- + G. ...
triorchism
Condition of having three testes.
triorthocresyl phosphate
A triaryl phosphate; produces a delayed neurotoxicity. An infamous incident occurred when it appeared as an adulterant in Jamaica ginger and was responsible for thousands of ...
triose
A three-carbon monosaccharide; e.g., glyceraldehyde and dihydroxyacetone.
triosekinase
SYN: triokinase.
triosephosphate isomerase
An isomerizing enzyme that catalyzes the reversible interconversion of d-glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate and dihydroxyacetone phosphate, a reaction of importance in glycolysis and ...
triotus
Diprosopus in which three ears are present. [ tri- + G. ous, ear]
trioxide
A molecule containing three atoms of oxygen. SYN: teroxide.
trioxsalen
An orally effective pigmenting, photosensitizing agent; used as a tanning agent and in the treatment of vitiligo.
trioxymethylene
SYN: paraformaldehyde.
tripalmitin
SYN: palmitin.
triparanol
Formerly used as inhibitor of cholesterol biosynthesis but withdrawn from the market because it promoted the formation of cataracts.
tripelennamine hydrochloride
An antihistamine. Also available, with the same actions, is t. citrate; it is less bitter than the hydrochloride salt, and is therefore used in elixir.
tripeptidases
A class of enzymes of different specificities that catalyzes the hydrolysis of tripeptides, producing a dipeptide and an amino acid.
tripeptide
A compound containing three amino acid s linked together by peptide bonds.
triphalangia
Malformation in which three phalanges are present in the thumb or great toe. [ tri- + phalanx]
Tripier
Léon, French surgeon, 1842–1891. See T. amputation.
triplant
See t. implant.
triplegia
1. Paralysis of three limbs, both extremities on one side and one on the other. 2. Paralysis of an upper and a lower extremity and of the face. [ tri- + G. plege, stroke]
triplet
1. One of three children delivered at the same birth. SYN: tridymus. 2. A set of three similar objects, as a compound lens in a microscope, formed of three planoconvex lenses. ...
triploblastic
Formed of three primary germ layers (ectoderm, mesoderm, endoderm), or containing tissue derived from all three layers. [G. triploos, threefold, + blastos, germ]
triploid
Pertaining to or characteristic of triploidy. [ tri- + -ploid]
triploidy
The presence of three haploid sets of chromosomes, instead of two, in all cells; results in fetal or neonatal death.
Tris
Abbreviation for t.(hydroxymethyl)aminomethane and t.(hydroxymethyl)methylamine; used as a trivial name.

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