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Pubis

... Osteitis pubis is an uncommon and often painful inflammatory condition affecting the symphysis pubis - the joint between the pubic bones of the pelvis . Causes include: ... pubis The anterior portion of the pelvis located ...

Ilium

... are the innominate or hip bone (fusion of the ilium , ischium, and pubis ), femur , tibia , fibula , and patella (kneecap) on each side. ... may include pelvic fractures ; tumor s of the ilium , ischium, or pubis (the bones of the pelvis ); and sacroiliitis ( inflammation of the ...

Iris

... congenital abnormalities. band; pectenitis; pectenosis; pecten ossis pubis ; pecten pubis ; pectic; pectic acid ; pectin; pectinacetylesterase; pectinal; ...

Pubic Lice

... people of any age. Pubic lice are known scientifically as Phthirus pubis . Lice infestation is a common sexually-transmitted condition and is ... see vaginal itching . The official name for pubic lice is Pthirus pubis . Other lice that often infect humans are Pediculus humanus capitis ( ...

Blepharitis

... Pediculoides ventricosus; pediculo phobia ; pediculosis ; pediculosis capitis; pediculosis corporis; pediculosis palpebra rum; pediculosis pubis ; pediculosis vestimentorum; pediculous; pediculous blepharitis ; pediculus; ... ...

Crabs

... are three types of lice which infect people: the head louse ( pediculosis capitis), the body louse (p. corporis), and the crab louse (p. pubis ). Crab lice (also called crabs ) are spread by sexual contact. Commonly called crabs , these lice occur on the skin and hair of your ...

Episcleritis

... uncomfortable. In this respect , it's similar to conjunctivitis . epipolism; EpiP serine protease; epipteric; epipteric bone; epipterygoid; epi pubis ; epipygus; epiretinal membrane ; epirizole; epirubicin; epi sclera ; episcleral; episcleral artery ; episcleral lamina; episcleral space; ...

Fallopian tube

... the confines of the pelvis . This includes the bladder and rectum in both sexes and the uterus , ovaries, and fallopian tube s in females. pubis ... venereal disease s for which statistics are kept in the United States, gonorrhea is the most common. It is caused by Gonococcus bacteria ...

Neuralgia

... or sepsis (in immunosuppressed persons) Blindness (if lesion s occur in the eye ) Deafness Loss of taste ... pediculosis pubis ; pediculosis vestimentorum; pediculous; pediculous blepharitis ; pediculus; pediculus arcus vertebrae ; pedicure; pedigerous; pedigree; pedigree ...

Sclera

... epiplopexy; epipodial; epipodiale; epipodite; epipodium; epipolic; epipolism; EpiP serine protease; epipteric; epipteric bone; epipterygoid; epi pubis ; epipygus; epiretinal membrane ; epirizole; epirubicin; epi sclera ; ... The outer layer of the eyeball is a tough, white, opaque membrane ...

Scleritis

... . Can be a complication of rheumatoid arthritis . scleroderma ... epipolism; EpiP serine protease; epipteric; epipteric bone; epipterygoid; epi pubis ; epipygus; epiretinal membrane ; epirizole; epirubicin; epi sclera ; episcleral; episcleral artery ; episcleral lamina; episcleral space; ...

Sugar

... not to bottle feed sugar water to your baby, which would disrupt the baby's appetite . pectineal ligament ; pectineal line; pectineal line of pubis ; pectineal muscle ; pectinesterase; pectineus; pectinibranch; pectinibranchiata; pectinibranchiate; pectinic acids; pectiniform; pectiniform ...

Tubercle

... called tuberculin , is introduced into the skin by scratch, puncture , or intradermal injection . PECTINEUS - ORIGIN: Pectineal line & pubis , between iliopubic eminence and tubercle INSERTION: Pectineal line of femur ACTION: Flexes thigh & Adducts and lateral ly rotates thigh [ Med ...

Umbilicus

... cord . The navel or belly button. ungual ... One incision is near the umbilicus , or navel, and one is between the umbilicus and the pubis . Two other incision s are smaller and are in the right side of the lower abdomen . Umbilical hernia : These common hernias (10-30%) are ...

Vertebrae

... Pediculoides ventricosus; pediculo phobia ; pediculosis ; pediculosis capitis; pediculosis corporis; pediculosis palpebra rum; pediculosis pubis ; pediculosis vestimentorum; pediculous; pediculous blepharitis ; pediculus; pediculus arcus vertebrae ; ... ...
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