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inspection
visual i. with acetic acid SYN: acetowhitening, cervicoscopy.
inspersion
Sprinkling with a fluid or a powder. [L. inspersio, fr. in-spergo, pp. -spersus, to scatter upon, fr. spargo, to scatter]
inspiration
SYN: inhalation (1). [L. inspiratio, fr. in-spiro, pp. -atus, to breathe in] - crowing i. noisy breathing associated with respiratory obstruction, usually at the larynx.
inspiratory
Relating to or timed during inhalation.
inspire
SYN: inhale.
instability
The state of being unstable, or lacking stability. - detrusor i. involuntary detrusor contractions that may occur at bladder volumes below capacity. SYN: detrusor ...
instar
Any of the successive nymphal stages in the metamorphosis of hemimetabolous insects (simple or incomplete metamorphosis), or the stages of larval change by successive molts ...
instep
The arch, or highest part of the dorsum of the foot. SEE ALSO: tarsus.
instillation
Dropping of a liquid on or into a body part. [L. instillatio, fr. in-stillo, pp. -atus, to pour in by drops, fr. stilla, a drop]
instillator
A device for performing instillation. SYN: dropper.
instinct
1. An enduring disposition or tendency of an organism to act in an organized and biologically adaptive manner characteristic of its species. 2. The unreasoning impulse to perform ...
instinctive, instinctual
Relating to instinct.
Institute of Medicine
One of the National Academies of the United States. The Institute of Medicine conducts policy studies on health issues. For example, the Institute of Medicine issued reports and ...
Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, National (NIDCD)
One of the US National Institutes of Health. The mission of the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders is to ”conduct and support biomedical ...
Institute, National Eye (NEI)
One of the US National Institutes of Health, NEI’s mission is to “conduct and support research, training, health information dissemination, and other programs with ...
instrument
A tool or implement. [L. instrumentum] - diamond cutting instruments in dentistry, cylinders, disks, and other cutting instruments to which numerous small diamond pyramids have ...
instrumentarium
A collection of instruments and other equipment for an operation or for a medical procedure.
instrumentation
1. The use of instruments. 2. In dentistry, the application of armamentarium in a restorative procedure.
insuccation
Maceration or soaking, especially of a crude drug to prepare it for further pharmaceutical operation. [L. insuco, pp. -atus, to soak in, fr. in, in, + sucus, juice, sap (improp. ...
insudate
Fluid swelling within an arterial wall (ordinarily serous), differing from an exudate in that it does not come to lie extramurally. [L. in, in, + sudo, pp. -atus, to sweat]
insufficiency
Lack of completeness of function or power. SEE ALSO: incompetence. [L. in-, neg. + sufficientia, fr. sufficio to suffice] - accommodative i. a lack of appropriate accommodation ...
Insufficiency, aortic
Sloshing of blood back down from the aorta into the left ventricle of the heart due to incompetency of the aortic valve. Also called aortic regurgitation.
Insufficiency, pancreatic
Not enough of the digestive enzymes that are normally secreted by the pancreas into the intestine. Pancreatic insufficiency is a hallmark of cystic fibrosis. The pancreas is a ...
insufflate
To deliver air or gas under pressure to a cavity or chamber of the body as, e.g,, the injection of carbon dioxide into the peritoneum to achieve pneumoperitoneum during ...
insufflation
1. The act or process of insufflating. 2. SYN: inhalant (3). - perirenal i. an obsolete technique involving injection of air or carbon dioxide about the kidneys for ...
insufflator
An instrument used in insufflation.
insula
1. [TA] An oval region of the cerebral cortex overlying the extreme capsule, lateral to the lenticular nucleus, buried in the depth of the fissura lateralis cerebri ( sylvian ...
insular
Relating to any insula, especially the island of Reil.
insulate
To prevent the passage of electric or radiant energy by the interposition of a nonconducting substance. [L. insulatus, made like an island]
insulation
1. The act of insulating. 2. The nonconducting substance so used. 3. The state of being insulated.
insulator
A nonconducting substance used as insulation.
insulin
A polypeptide hormone, secreted by beta cells in the islets of Langerhans, that promotes glucose utilization, protein synthesis, and the formation and storage of neutral lipids; ...
insulinemia
Literally, insulin in the circulating blood; usually connotes abnormally large concentrations of insulin in the circulating blood. [insulin + G. haima, blood]
insulinogenesis
Production of insulin. [insulin + G. genesis, production]
insulinogenic, insulogenic
Relating to insulinogenesis.
insulinoma
An islet cell adenoma that secretes insulin.
insulitis
Inflammation of the islands of Langerhans, with lymphocytic infiltration which may result from viral infection and be the initial lesion of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. ...
insult
An injury, attack, or trauma. [LL. insultus, fr L. insulto, to spring upon]
insurance
fee-for-service i. i. coverage that reimburses participants and providers following submission of a claim. Participants have few if any restrictions on which hospitals or doctors ...
insusceptibility
SYN: immunity. [L. suscipio, pp. -ceptus, to take upon one, fr. sub, under, + capio, to take]
int. cib.
Abbreviation for L. inter cibos, between meals.
integral
1. Constituent. 2. Integrated. 3. See integration (3).
integration
1. The state of being combined, or the process of combining, into a complete and harmonious whole. 2. In physiology, the process of building up, as by accretion, anabolism, ...
integrins
A family of cell membrane glycoproteins that are heterodimers composed of α- and β-chain subunits. They serve as extracellular matrix glycoprotein receptors involved in cell ...
integrity
Soundness or completeness of structure; a sound or unimpaired condition. - marginal i. of amalgam the ability of a dental amalgam restoration to maintain its original ...
integument
1. The enveloping membrane of the body; includes, in addition to the epidermis and dermis, all of the derivatives of the epidermis, e.g., hairs, nails, sudoriferous and ...
integumentary
Relating to the integument. SEE ALSO: cutaneous, dermal.
integumentum commune
SYN: integument.
intellectualization
An unconscious defense mechanism in which reasoning, logic, or focusing on and verbalizing intellectual minutiae is used in an attempt to avoid confrontation with an ...
intelligence
1. An person's aggregate capacity to act purposefully, think rationally, and deal effectively with the environment, especially in relation to the extent of one's perceived ...
Intelligence quotient
An attempt to measure the intelligence of someone. Abbreviated IQ. The IQ score is usually based upon the results of a written test. To calculate the IQ, the person's mental age ...
Intelligence test
A questionnaire or series of exercises designed to measure intelligence. It is generally understood that intelligence tests are less a measure of innate ability to learn as of ...
Intelligence, verbal
Innate or learned ability to understand and answer questions given in writing or verbally.
intemperance
Lack of proper self-control, usually in reference to the use of alcoholic beverages. Cf.:incontinence (2). [L. intemperantia, fr. in-, neg. + temperantia, moderation]
intensity
1. Marked tension; great activity; often used simply to denote a measure of the degree or amount of some quality. 2. The magnitude of energy flux, field strength, or force. [L. ...
intensive
Relating to or marked by intensity; denoting a form of treatment by means of very large doses or of substances possessing great strength or activity.
Intensive care unit psychosis
A disorder in which patients in an intensive care unit (ICU) or a similar hospital setting may experience anxiety, become paranoid, hear voices, see things that are not there, ...
intention
1. An objective. 2. In surgery, a process or operation. [L. intentio, a stretching out; i.]
inter-
Among, between. [L. inter, between]
interacinar
SYN: interacinous.
interacinous
Between the acini of a gland. SYN: interacinar.
interaction
1. The reciprocal action between two entities in a common environment as in chemical i., ecological i., social i., etc. 2. The effects when two entities concur that would not be ...
interalveolar
Between any alveoli, especially the alveoli of the lungs.
interannular
Between any two ringlike structures or constrictions. [ inter- + L. anulus, ring]
interarch
See i. distance.
interarticular
1. Between two joints. Cf.:intra-articular. 2. Between two joint surfaces. [ inter- + L. articulus, joint]
interarytenoid
Between the arytenoid cartilages.
interasteric
Between the two asteria. See asterion.
interatrial
Between the atria of the heart. SYN: interauricular (1).
Interatrial septum
The partition separating the upper chambers (the atria) of the heart.
interaural
Referring to differences between ears, particularly temporal events occurring in or emanating from the ears.
interauricular
1. SYN: interatrial. 2. Between the auricles or pinnae.
interbody
Between the bodies of two adjacent vertebrae.
intercadence
The occurrence of an extra beat between the two regular pulse beats. [ inter- + L. cado, pr. p. cadens (-ent-), to fall]
intercadent
Irregular in rhythm; characterized by intercadence.
intercalary
1. Occurring between two others; as in a pulse tracing, an upstroke interposed between two normal pulse beats. 2. In fungi, located in a hypha or between hyphal segments, not ...
intercalated
Interposed; inserted between two others. [L. intercalatus]
intercalation
The process of insertion between two other entities; E.G., insertion of a dye or drug between stacked bases in DNA.
intercanalicular
Between canaliculi.
intercapillary
Between or among capillary vessels.
intercarotic, intercarotid
Between the internal and external carotid arteries.
intercarpal
Between the carpal bones.
intercartilaginous
Between or connecting cartilages. SYN: interchondral.
intercavernous
Between two cavities.
intercellular
Between or among cells.
intercentral
Connecting or lying between two or more centers.
intercerebral
Between the cerebral hemispheres.
interchondral
SYN: intercartilaginous. [ inter- + L. chondros, cartilage]
intercilium
SYN: glabella. [ inter- + L. cilium, eyelid]
interclavicular
Between or connecting the clavicles.
intercoccygeal
Situated between unfused segments of the coccyx.
intercolumnar
Between any two columns, as the columns or crura of the superficial inguinal ring.
interconversion
A mutual alteration of the physical or chemical nature of a substance or entity; E.G., i. of chemical compounds or of foodstuffs. - enzyme i. the reversible transformation of ...
intercostal
Between the ribs. [ inter- + L. costa, rib]
intercostohumeral
Relating to an intercostal space and the arm. See intercostobrachial nerves, under nerve.
intercostohumeralis
See intercostobrachial nerves, under nerve.
intercourse
Communication or dealings between or among people. [L. intercursus, a running between] - sexual i. SYN: coitus.
intercricothyrotomy
SYN: cricothyrotomy.
intercrines
SYN: chemokines. [ inter- + G. krino, to separate, secrete]
intercristal
Between two crests, as between the crests of the ilia, applied to one of the pelvic measurements.
intercross
A mating between two individuals both heterozygous at a specified locus or loci.
intercrural
Between two crura; e.g., the cerebral peduncles of the brain, etc.
intercurrent
Intervening; said of a disease attacking a person already ill of another malady. [ inter- + L. curro, pr. p. currens (-ent-), to run]
Intercurrent disease
A disease that intervenes during the course of another disease. A patient with AIDS may develop an intercurrent bout of pneumonia.
intercuspation
1. The cusp-to-fossa relation of the maxillary and mandibular posterior teeth to each other. 2. The interlocking or fitting together of the cusps of opposing teeth. SYN: ...
intercusping
SYN: intercuspation. [L. inter, among, mutually, + cusp]
intercutaneomucous
Between skin and mucous membrane, as in the cheek or lip or at the mucocutaneous border of the lips or anus.
interdeferential
Between the deferent ducts.
interdental
1. Between the teeth. 2. Denoting the relationship between the proximal surfaces of the teeth of the same arch. [ inter- + L. dens, tooth]
interdentium
The interval between any two contiguous teeth.
interdigit
That part of the hand or foot lying between any two adjacent fingers or toes.
interdigital
Between the fingers or toes.
interdigitation
1. The mutual interlocking of toothed or tonguelike processes. 2. The processes thus interlocked. 3. Infoldings or plicae of adjacent cell or plasma membranes. 4. SYN: ...
interdisciplinary
Denoting the overlapping interests of different fields of medicine and science. [ inter- + L. disciplina, instruction, teaching]
interface
1. A surface that forms a common boundary of two bodies. 2. The boundary between regions of different radiopacity, acoustic, or magnetic resonance properties; the projection of ...
interfacial
Relating to an interface.
interfascicular
Between fasciculi.
interfemoral
Between the thighs.
interference
1. The coming together of waves in various media in such a way that the crests of one series correspond to the hollows of the other, the two thus neutralizing each other; or so ...
interferometer
An instrument for measuring minute distances or movements through the interference of light waves thereby produced. [interfere + G. metron, measure] - electron i. an i. that ...
interferometry
Measurement of mi-nute distances or movements by interaction of waves of electromagnetic energy. - electron i. i. in which a beam of electrons is used instead of a beam of light.
Interferon
: A naturally occurring substance that interferes with the ability of viruses to reproduce. Interferon also boosts the immune system. There are a number of different interferons. ...
interferon-β2
SYN: interleukin-6.
interfibrous
Between fibers.
interfilamentous
Between filaments.
interfrontal
Between the unfused halves of the frontal bone; denoting a persistent suture there present. (anomalous)
interganglionic
Between or among or connecting ganglia.
intergemmal
Between any two or more budlike or bulblike bodies such as the taste buds; denoting especially a nerve termination between two end bulbs. [ inter- + L. gemma, bud]
intergenal
Between different genes.
interglobular
Between globules.
intergluteal
Between the buttocks. [ inter- + G. gloutos, buttock]
intergonial
Between the two gonia. See gonion. [ inter- + G. gonia, angle]
intergyral
Between the gyri or convolutions of the brain.
interhemicerebral
Between the cerebral hemispheres.
interictal
The period between convulsions. [ inter- + L. ictus, stroke]
interior
Relating to the inside; situated within.
interischiadic
Between the two ischia; especially, between the two tuberosities of the ischia. SYN: intersciatic.
interkinesis
Period between the first and second divisions of meiosis; comparable to interphase of mitosis. [ inter- + G. kinesis, movement]
interlamellar
Between lamellae.
interleukin
The name given to a group of multifunctional cytokines once their amino acid structure is known. They are synthesized by lymphocytes, monocytes, macrophages, and certain other ...
Interleukin-1
A protein produced by various cells, including macrophages, interleukin-1 raises body temperature, spurs the production of interferon, and stimulates growth of disease-fighting ...
interleukin-10
A cytokine derived from helper T-cell lymphocytes (TH2) that inhibits γ-interferon (IFNγ) and IL-2 secretion by T cell lymphocytes (TH1) and inhibits mononuclear cell ...
interleukin-11
A cytokine and growth factor derived from bone marrow stromal cells (endothelial cells, macrophages, and preadipocytes) that stimulates increased plasma concentrations of acute ...
interleukin-12
A cytokine derived from B lymphocytes and macrophages that induces γ-interferon (IFNγ) gene expression and IL-2 in T lymphocytes and NK cells and down regulates TH2 cytokines.
interleukin-13
A cytokine derived from helper T cell lymphocytes that inhibits mononuclear cell inflammation and is considered a modulator or B cell responses.
interleukin-14
A cytokine derived from T cells that stimulates B cell proliferation and inhibits Ig secretion.
interleukin-15
A cytokine derived from T cells which stimulates T cell proliferation and NK cell activation.
interleukin-16
A cytokine made by T cells that is a potent chemotactant for CD4+ T cells.
interleukin-17
A proinflammatory cytokine made by T cells.
interleukin-18
A cytokine made by macrophages; a potent inducer of interferon-γ by T cells and NK cells.
Interleukin-2
A type of interleukin, a chemical messenger, a substance that can improve the body’s response to disease. It stimulates the growth of certain disease-fighting blood cells ...
Interleukin-3
A protein that stimulates the immune system to develop mast cells and bone-marrow cells. Abbreviated IL-3. * * * A cytokine derived from activated CD4+ lymphocytes, fibroblasts, ...
Interleukin-4
A protein that stimulates the immune system to develop mast cells, resting T-cells, and activated B-cells. Abbreviated IL-4. * * * A cytokine derived from T4 lymphocytes that ...
interleukin-5
A cytokine derived from T lymphocytes that causes activation of B lymphocytes and differentiation of eosinophils.
interleukin-6
A cytokine derived from macrophages and endothelial cells that increases synthesis and secretion of immunoglobulins by B lymphocytes; also induces acute phase proteins. In ...
interleukin-7
A cytokine derived from bone marrow cells that causes proliferation of B and T lymphocytes.
interleukin-8
A cytokine (chemokine) derived from endothelial cells, fibroblasts, keratinocytes, macrophages, and monocytes which causes chemotaxis of neutrophils and T-cell lymphocytes. SYN: ...
interleukin-9
A cytokine derived from T cells that causes IL-2/Il-4-independent growth and proliferation of T cells.
Interleukins
: Substances used in biological therapy. Interleukins stimulate the growth and activities of certain kinds of white blood cells.
interlobar
Between the lobes of an organ or other structure.
interlobitis
Inflammation of the pleura separating two pulmonary lobes.
interlobular
Between the lobules of an organ.
intermalleolar
Between the malleoli.
intermammary
Between the breasts. [ inter- + L. mamma, breast]
intermammillary
Between the breasts; between the nipples; denoting a line drawn between the two nipples. [ inter- + L. mammilla, breast, nipple]
intermarriage
1. Marriage of relatives. 2. Marriage of persons of different races or cultures.
intermaxilla
SYN: incisive bone.
intermaxillary
Between the maxillae, or upper jaw bones.
intermediary
Occurring between. [L. intermedius, lying between, fr. medius, middle]
intermediate
1. Between two extremes; interposed; intervening. 2. A substance formed in the course of chemical reactions that then proceeds to participate in further reactions; such ...
intermedin
SYN: melanotropin.
intermediolateral
Intermediate, and to one side, not central. Used especially to denote the i. cell column of spinal cord gray mattter, abbreviated IML, the location of all presynaptic ...
intermedius
SYN: intermediate (4). [L.]
intermembranous
Between membranes.
intermeningeal
Between the meninges.
intermenstrual
Between two consecutive menstrual periods.
intermetacarpal
Between the metacarpal bones.
intermetameric
Between two metameres; denoting especially the intervertebral disks.
intermetatarsal
Between the metatarsal bones.
intermetatarseum
SYN: os i..
intermission
1. A temporary cessation of symptoms or of any action. 2. An interval between two paroxysms of a disease, such as malaria. [L. intermissio, fr. intermitto, to leave off, ...
intermit
To cease for a time.
intermittence, intermittency
1. A condition marked by intermissions or interruptions in the course of a disease or other process or state or in any continued action; denoting especially a loss of one or ...
intermittent
Marked by intervals of complete quietude between two periods of activity.
Intermittent insomnia
Insomnia that occurs from time to time and each time it lasts anywhere between a single night up to a few weeks. This is in contrast to chronic insomnia when it occurs on most ...
intermuscular
Between the muscles.
Intern
In medicine, a doctor who has completed medical school and is engaged in a year of additional training at a hospital before residency. An intern may, for example, be in ...
internal
Away from the surface; often incorrectly used to mean medial. SYN: internus [TA]. [L. internus]
Internal cardiac defibrillator
A device put within the body that is designed to recognize certain types of abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias) and correct them. Defibrillators continuously monitor the heart ...
Internal ear
There are three sections of the ear. They are the external ear, the middle ear, and the internal ear. The internal ear is far and away the most highly complex. The essential ...
Internal genitalia, female
The internal genital structures of the female include the ovaries, the Fallopian tubes, the uterus (womb) and the vagina. The ovaries or "egg sacs" are a pair of female ...
Internal jugular vein
The deeper of the two jugular veins in the neck that drain blood from the head, brain, face and neck and convey it toward the heart. The internal jugular vein collects blood ...
Internal medicine
A medical specialty dedicated to the diagnosis and medical treatment of adults. A physician who specializes in internal medicine is referred to as an internist. A minimum of ...
internalization
Adopting as one's own the standards and values of another person or society.
internarial
Between the nares or nostrils. SYN: internasal.
internasal
SYN: internarial.
International Classification of Diseases
The classification of specific conditions and groups of conditions determined by an internationally representative expert committee that advises the World Health Organization, ...
International Classification of Health Problems in Primary Care
A classification of diseases, conditions and problems arranged for use in primary care where diagnostic precision is seldom possible.
International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities and Handicaps
A WHO-sponsored numerical taxonomy of the impairments, disabilities and handicaps consequent upon injury and disease.
International Committee of the Red Cross
A politically neutral Swiss organization serving as an intermediary between contending forces in armed conflict, in civil war, or internal strife, to help victims receive ...
International normalized ratio
A system, commonly called the INR, established by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Committee on Thrombosis and Hemostasis for reporting the results of ...
International System of Units
A system of measurements, based on the metric system, adopted at the 11th General Conference on Weights and Measures of the International Organization for Standardization (1960) ...
interne
Intern.
interneuromeric
Between the neuromeres.
interneurons
Combinations or groups of neurons between sensory and motor neurons that govern coordinated activity.
internist
A physician trained in internal medicine.
internodal
Between two nodes; relating to an internode.
internode
SYN: internodal segment.
internuclear
Between nerve cell groups in the brain or retina.
internuncial
1. Indicating a neuron functionally interposed between two or more other neurons. 2. Acting as a medium of communication between two organs. [L. internuntius (or -nuncius), a ...
internus
SYN: internal. [L.]
interocclusal
Between the occlusal surfaces of opposing teeth.
interoceptive
Relating to the sensory nerve cells innervating the viscera (thoracic, abdominal and pelvic organs, and the cardiovascular system), their sensory end organs, or the information ...
interoceptor
One of the various forms of small sensory end organs (receptors) situated within the walls of the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts or in other viscera. [ inter- + L. capio, ...
interolivary
Between the left and right inferior olive of the medulla oblongata.
interorbital
Between the orbits.
interosseal
SYN: interosseous.
interossei
Plural of interosseus.
interosseous
Lying between or connecting bones; denoting certain muscles and ligaments. SYN: interosseal. [ inter- + L. os, bone]
interosseus
See muscle.
interpalpebral
Between the eyelids.
interparietal
Between the walls of a part, or between the parietal bones. [ inter- + L. paries, wall]
interparoxysmal
Occurring between successive paroxysms of a disease.
interpediculate
Between vertebral pedicles.
interpeduncular
Between any two peduncles.
interpersonal
Pertaining to relations and social exchanges between persons.
interphalangeal
Between two phalanges; denoting the finger or toe joints.
Interphase
The interval in the cell cycle between two cell divisions when the individual chromosomes cannot be distinguished, interphase was once thought to be in resting phase but it is ...
interphyletic
Denoting the transitional forms between two kinds of cells during the course of metaplasia. [ inter- + G. phyle, tribe]
interplant
The material transferred from donor to host in interplanting.
interplanting
In experimental embryology, the transferring of a primordial cell mass from an embryo to an indifferent environment in another embryo, as in chorioallantoic grafts or ...
interpretation
1. In psychoanalysis, the characteristic therapeutic intervention of the analyst. 2. In clinical psychology, drawing inferences and formulating the meaning in terms of the ...
interproximal
Between adjoining surfaces.
interpubic
Between the two pubic bones.
interpupillary
Between the pupils.
interradial
Situated between radii or rays.
interrenal
Between the two kidneys.
interscapular
Between the scapulae.
interscapulum
The part of the back between the shoulders, or that between the scapulae.
intersciatic
SYN: interischiadic.
intersectio
SYN: intersection. [L.] - intersectiones tendineae musculi recti abdominis [TA] SYN: tendinous intersections of rectus abdominis, under intersection. - i. tendinea [TA] SYN: ...
intersection
The site of crossing of two structures. SYN: intersectio [TA]. - tendinous i. [TA] a tendinous band or partition running across a muscle. SYN: intersectio tendinea [TA], ...
intersectiones
Plural of intersectio.
intersegmental
Between two segments, such as metameres or myotomes.
interseptal
Lying between two septa.
interseptovalvular
Between the embryonic septum primum and septum spurium.
interseptum
SYN: diaphragm (1). [L]
intersexual
Relating to or characterized by intersexuality.
intersexuality
The condition of having both male and female characteristics; being intermediate between the sexes.
interspace
Any space between two similar objects, such as a costal i. or interval between two ribs.
interspinal
Between two spines, such as the spinous processes of the vertebrae. SYN: interspinous.
interspinalis
See interspinales (muscles), under muscle.
interspinous
SYN: interspinal.
Interstice
A small space between things, especially between things that are usually closely spaced, such as cells. Interstices are the cracks and crevices, the breaks, the gaps. The word ...
Interstitial
Pertaining to being between things, especially between things that are normally closely spaced. The word "interstitial" comes from the Latin " interstitium" which was derived ...
Interstitial cystitis (IC)
Disease that involves inflammation or irritation of the bladder wall. This inflammation can lead to scarring and stiffening of the bladder, and even ulcerations and bleeding. ...
Interstitial radiation
: Radiation therapy in which a radioactive material is placed directly into a tumor.
interstitium
A small area, space, or gap in the substance of an organ or tissue. SEE ALSO: connective tissue. SYN: interstice. [L.]
intertarsal
Denoting the articulations of the tarsal bones with each other. SYN: tarsotarsal.
interthalamic
Between the thalami.
intertransversalis
Intertransversarius. See muscle.
intertransverse
Between the transverse processes of the vertebrae.
intertriginous
Characterized by or related to intertrigo.

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