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depression
infectious
disability
Ŭ
eligibility age
Medicare
health insurance
Medicaid
clinic
public health authorities
health center
ward
isolation ward
examination room
operating theater
emergency room, ER
laboratory
intensive care unit, ICU
X-ray room
hospital room
nurses' station
mortuary, funeral home
pharmacy
morgue
release [from hospital]
visit [in hospital]
physician
medical practitioner
alternative medicine
pay out of one's own pocket
outpatient
internal medicine
internist
surgery, surgeon
medical specialist
Ǿ
brain surgeon
pediatrician
gastroenterologist
cardiologist
urologist
proctologist
obstetrician
gynecologist
dermatologist
orthopedic surgeon
cosmetic surgeon
psychiatrist
neurologist
radiologist
anesthesiologist
pathologist
ophthalmologist
otolaryngologist
dentist
coroner (UK), medical examiner (US)
veterinarian
paramedic
head nurse, matron (UK)
registered nurse, RN
licensed nurse
male nurse
dental assistant, nurse
public health nurse (US), district nurse (UK)
pharmacist
midwife
psychologist
caregiver
osteopath
acupuncturist
moxacauterist
inpatient
Ǿ
braindead
bedridden
human vegetable
sleep disorder
genetics
medical malpractice
occupational disease
ailment, malady, disorder
a physical
affliction
impair
dysfunction, malfunction
syndrome
Gulf War syndrome
fatal, lethal, terminal
ľ
curable
incurable
serious
slight
acute
chronic
hereditary, heredity
congenital
acquired
acquisition
degenerative
degenerate
progressive
symptom, explicit symptom
critical
life-threatening
terminal
stable
resuscitate
coma
conscious, unconscious
unconsciousness
diagnose, diagnose
treat
orthodox, unorthodox treatment
gene therapy
first aid
͢
blood transfusion
Ʃ
dialysis
cardiopulmonary resuscitation,CPR
life-sustaining treatment
life-support equipment
palliative care
routine test
[a medical] interview
İ
a stethoscope
halitosis
̮
pulse, irregular pulse
heartbeat
electrocardiogram
a CAT scan
endoscopy (means looking inside and refers to looking inside the human body for medical reasons)
Ǿ
brain waves
red, white blood cells
thrombocytes / platelets (the blood cell fragments that are involved in the cellular mechanisms that lead to the formation of blood clots)
blood sugar
plasma
blood test
excrete
Ǣ
urine, urinate
glycosuria (typical in those suffering from diabetes mellitus, this condition leads to excretion of glucose in the urine)
stool, bloody stool
ͽ
vaccination
immunize, immune system
injection, shot, hypodermic syringe
an IV drip
detoxification
Ŧ
[surgically] remove, eliminate
eradication
dissection
autopsy
local anesthetic, general anesthetic
thermometer
blood pressure gauge
̮
sphygmoscope (monitors pulse rate)
a sticking plaster
a poultice
a bandage
a crutch
a hearing aid
artificial arm, leg, eye
a plaster cast
prostate malady
Ƭ
skull
cerebrum
cerebellum
Ǿ
brain stem
cerebral cortex
Ǿ
cerebral