profuse discharge


profuse discharge
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English-Russian dictionary of medicine. . 2015.

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  • lochiorrhea — Profuse flow of the lochia. SYN: lochiorrhagia. [lochia + G. rhoia, a flow] * * * lo·chi·or·rhea (lo″ke o reґə) [lochia + rrhea] an abnormally profuse discharge of lochia …   Medical dictionary

  • polyrrhea — Profuse discharge of serous or other fluid. [poly + G. rhoia, a flow] * * * pol·yr·rhea (pol″ĭ reґə) [poly + rrhea] a copious fluid discharge …   Medical dictionary

  • hydrorrhea — A profuse discharge of watery fluid from any part of the body. [hydro + G. rhoia, flow] h. gravidae, h. gravidarum discharge of a watery fluid from the vagina during pregnancy. * * * hy·dro·rrhea or chiefly Brit hy·dro·rrhoea rē ə …   Medical dictionary

  • Vaginitis — Not to be confused with Vaginismus. Vaginitis Classification and external resources ICD 10 N76.0 N76.1 ICD 9 …   Wikipedia

  • prostatorrhoea — n. an abnormal discharge of fluid from the prostate gland. This occurs in some patients with acute prostatitis, who complain of a profuse discharge from the urethra. The discharge is usually thin and watery and is often sterile on culture. The… …   Medical dictionary

  • prostatorrhoea — n. an abnormal discharge of fluid from the prostate gland. This occurs in some patients with acute prostatitis, who complain of a profuse discharge from the urethra. The discharge is usually thin and watery and is often sterile on culture. The… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • -rrhagia — ˈrāj(ē)ə noun combining form ( s) Etymology: New Latin, from Greek, from rhēgnynai to break, burst, rend more at rhagades : abnormal or excessive discharge or flow enterorrhagia …   Useful english dictionary

  • Diarrhea — Di ar*rhe a, Diarrhoea Di ar*rh[oe] a, (d[imac] ar*r[=e] [.a]), n. [L. diarrhoea, Gr. dia rroia, fr. dia rrei^n to flow through; dia + rei^n to flow; akin to E. stream. See {Stream}.] (Med.) A morbidly frequent and profuse discharge of loose or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Diarrhoea — Diarrhea Di ar*rhe a, Diarrhoea Di ar*rh[oe] a, (d[imac] ar*r[=e] [.a]), n. [L. diarrhoea, Gr. dia rroia, fr. dia rrei^n to flow through; dia + rei^n to flow; akin to E. stream. See {Stream}.] (Med.) A morbidly frequent and profuse discharge of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Moraxella catarrhalis — Scientific classification Kingdom: Bacteria Phylum: Proteobacteria Class …   Wikipedia

  • Greek morphemes — are parts of words originating from the Greek language. They are used today in every day language and most people don t even know it. Common Morphemes {| class= wikitable ! Morpheme! Definition! Word Anthrop Humankind Anthropology: the study of… …   Wikipedia


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