What is naupathia in medical terms

  • haemorrhage

    the flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessel

  • metrorrhagia

    bleeding from the uterus that is not due to menstruation

  • hyphema

    bleeding into the interior chamber of the eye

  • ulemorrhagia

    bleeding of the gums

  • epistaxis

    bleeding from the nose

  • trauma

    an emotional wound or shock having long-lasting effects

  • tubule

    a small tube

  • trachea

    a tube that conveys inhaled air from the larynx to the lungs

  • appendectomy

    surgical removal of the vermiform appendix

  • appendicectomy

    surgical removal of the vermiform appendix

  • extirpation

    the act of pulling up or out

  • excision

    surgical removal of a body part or tissue

  • ablation

    the erosive process that reduces the size of glaciers

  • laryngectomy

    surgical removal of part or all of the larynx

  • systole

    the contraction of the chambers of the heart (especially the ventricles) to drive blood into the aorta and pulmonary artery

  • extrasystole

    a premature systole resulting in a momentary cardiac arrhythmia

  • dactyl

    a finger or toe in human beings or corresponding body part in other vertebrates

  • polydactyly

    birth defect characterized by the presence of more than the normal number of fingers or toes

  • hyperdactyly

    birth defect characterized by the presence of more than the normal number of fingers or toes

  • polydactylous

    of or relating to a person (or other vertebrate) having more than the normal number of digits

  • polydactyl

    of or relating to a person (or other vertebrate) having more than the normal number of digits

  • poliomyelitis

    an acute viral disease marked by inflammation of nerve cells of the brain stem and spinal cord

  • polio

    a viral disease that can cause muscle weakness or paralysis

  • polymyositis

    myositis characterized by weakness of limb and neck muscles and much muscle pain and swelling; progression and severity vary among individuals

  • myositis

    inflammation of muscle tissue

  • trichiniasis

    infestation by trichina larvae that are transmitted by eating inadequately cooked meat (especially pork); larvae migrate from the intestinal tract to the muscles where they become encysted

  • trichinosis

    infestation by trichina larvae that are transmitted by eating inadequately cooked meat (especially pork); larvae migrate from the intestinal tract to the muscles where they become encysted

  • dermatomyositis

    myositis characterized by weakness of limb and neck muscles and much muscle pain and swelling accompanied by skin rash affecting cheeks and eyelids and neck and chest and limbs; progression and severity vary among individuals

  • inflammation

    the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up

  • rubor

    a response of body tissues to injury or irritation

  • hemochromatosis

    pathology in which iron accumulates in the tissues

  • naupathia

    motion sickness experienced while traveling on water

  • kinetosis

    the state of being dizzy or nauseated because of the motions that occur while traveling in or on a moving vehicle

  • neuropathy

    any pathology of the peripheral nerves

  • pathology

    the branch of medical science that studies diseases

  • mononeuropathy

    any neuropathy of a single nerve trunk

  • malady

    impairment of normal physiological function

  • dyscrasia

    an abnormal or physiologically unbalanced state of the body

  • invalidism

    chronic ill health

  • electroencephalograph

    medical instrument that records electric currents generated by the brain

  • electroencephalogram

    a graphical record of electrical activity of the brain

  • encephalogram

    a graphical record of electrical activity of the brain

  • electroencephalographic

    of or relating to an electroencephalograph

  • endoscope

    a long slender medical instrument for examining the interior of a bodily organ or performing minor surgery

  • electrocardiograph

    medical instrument that records electric currents associated with contractions of the heart

  • stethoscope

    a medical instrument for listening to sounds inside the body

  • speculum

    a mirror for use in an optical instrument

  • electromyograph

    a medical instrument that records the electrical waves associated with the activity of skeletal muscles

  • rhinoscope

    medical instrument consisting of a mirror mounted at an angle on a rod; used to examine the nasal passages (through the nasopharynx)

  • polygraph

    a medical instrument that records several physiological processes simultaneously (e.g., pulse rate and blood pressure and respiration and perspiration)

  • bronchoscope

    a slender tubular instrument used to examine the bronchial tubes

  • thermograph

    medical instrument that uses an infrared camera to reveal temperature variations on the surface of the body

  • dialyzer

    a medical instrument for separating substances in solution by unequal diffusion through semipermeable membranes

  • ballistocardiograph

    a medical instrument that measures the mechanical force of cardiac contractions and the amount of blood passing through the heart during a specified period by measuring the recoil of the body as blood is pumped from the ventricles

  • fiberscope

    a flexible medical instrument involving fiber optics that is used to examine internal organs

  • cardiograph

    a medical instrument that measures the mechanical force of cardiac contractions and the amount of blood passing through the heart during a specified period by measuring the recoil of the body as blood is pumped from the ventricles

  • otoscope

    a medical instrument for examining the ear

  • auriscope

    medical instrument consisting of a magnifying lens and light

  • ophthalmoscope

    medical instrument for examining the retina of the eye

  • keratoscope

    medical instrument to examine the cornea in order to detect irregularities in its anterior surface

  • retractor

    surgical instrument that holds back the edges of a surgical incision

  • dilater

    a surgical instrument that is used to dilate or distend an opening or an organ

  • haemostat

    a surgical instrument that stops bleeding by clamping the blood vessel

  • hemostat

    a surgical instrument that stops bleeding by clamping the blood vessel

  • photocoagulator

    surgical instrument containing a laser for use in photocoagulation

  • trepan

    a drill for cutting circular holes around a center

  • trephine

    a surgical instrument used to remove sections of bone from the skull

  • dermatome

    a surgical instrument used to cut very thin slices of skin

  • inoculum

    a substance (a virus or toxin or immune serum) that is introduced into the body to produce or increase immunity to a particular disease

  • inoculant

    a substance (a virus or toxin or immune serum) that is introduced into the body to produce or increase immunity to a particular disease

  • hydrocolloid

    a substance that forms a gel with water

  • lubricator

    a substance capable of reducing friction by making surfaces smooth or slippery

  • fomentation

    deliberate and intentional triggering

  • inhibitor

    a substance that slows or stops an activity

  • denaturant

    any substance that serves as a denaturing agent

  • anticatalyst

    (chemistry) a substance that retards a chemical reaction or diminishes the activity of a catalyst

  • hemiplegia

    paralysis of one side of the body

  • hemiplegic

    a person who has hemiplegia

  • hemophiliac

    someone who has hemophilia and is subject to uncontrollable bleeding

  • haemophiliac

    someone who has hemophilia and is subject to uncontrollable bleeding

  • hemophile

    someone who has hemophilia and is subject to uncontrollable bleeding

  • haemopoietic

    pertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells

  • hemopoietic

    pertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells

  • hematopoietic

    pertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells

  • hematogenic

    pertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells

  • haematopoietic

    pertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells

  • haematogenic

    pertaining to the formation of blood or blood cells

  • haemopoiesis

    the formation of blood cells in the living body

  • haemolytic

    relating to or involving or causing hemolysis

  • hemolysis

    lysis of erythrocytes with the release of hemoglobin

  • hemolytic

    relating to or involving or causing hemolysis

  • haemolysis

    lysis of erythrocytes with the release of hemoglobin

  • zymolytic

    of or relating to or causing fermentation

  • zymosis

    a process in which an agent causes an organic substance to break down into simpler substances; especially, the anaerobic breakdown of sugar into alcohol

  • zymotic

    of or relating to or causing fermentation

  • zymolysis

    a process in which an agent causes an organic substance to break down into simpler substances; especially, the anaerobic breakdown of sugar into alcohol

  • cytolytic

    of or relating to cytolysis, the dissolution or destruction of a cell

  • cytolysis

    pathological breakdown of cells by the destruction of their outer membrane

  • autolytic

    of or relating to self-digestion

  • hemorrhage

    the flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessel

  • trichotillomania

    an irresistible urge to pull out your own hair

  • cacoethes

    an irrational but irresistible motive for a belief or action

  • pyromania

    an uncontrollable desire to set fire to things

  • phaneromania

    an irresistible desire to pick at superficial body parts

  • kleptomania

    an impulse to steal in the absence of any economic motive

  • logomania

    pathologically excessive (and often incoherent) talking

  • logorrhea

    pathologically excessive and often incoherent talking

  • agromania

    an intense desire to be alone or out in the open

  • necrophilism

    an irresistible sexual attraction to dead bodies

  • necrophilism

    an irresistible sexual attraction to dead bodies

  • necrophilia

    an irresistible sexual attraction to dead bodies

  • monomania

    an unhealthy obsession or preoccupation with one thing

  • dipsomania

    an intense persistent desire to drink alcoholic beverages to excess

  • alcoholism

    habitual intoxication

  • potomania

    an intense persistent desire to drink alcoholic beverages to excess

  • egomania

    intense love for yourself and concern for your own needs

  • asphyxiation

    the condition of being deprived of oxygen

  • hypoxia

    oxygen deficiency

  • asphyxiate

    deprive of oxygen and prevent from breathing

  • rheumatology

    the branch of medicine dealing with the study and treatment of pathologies of the muscles or tendons or joints

  • aesculapian

    of or belonging to Aesculapius or the healing art

  • examination

    the act of scrutinizing something closely (as for mistakes)

  • ophthalmoscopy

    examination of the interior of an eye using an ophthalmoscope

  • reexamination

    (law) questioning of a witness by the party that called the witness after that witness has been subject to cross-examination

  • palpation

    a method of examination in which the examiner feels the size or shape or firmness or location of something (of body parts when the examiner is a health professional)

  • haematology

    the branch of medicine that deals with diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs

  • haematinic

    a medicine that increases the hemoglobin content of the blood; used to treat iron-deficiency anemia

  • hematinic

    a medicine that increases the hemoglobin content of the blood; used to treat iron-deficiency anemia

  • hypotonic

    (of living tissue) lacking normal tone or tension

  • isotonic

    of two or more muscles; having equal tension

  • hypotonia

    (of muscular tissue) the state of being hypotonic

  • hypotonus

    (of muscular tissue) the state of being hypotonic

  • hypertonia

    (of muscular tissue) the state of being hypertonic