Congenital absence of both testes.
A name frequently used for diet medications that curb appetite.
Syndrome in which the primary features include excessive fear of becoming overweight, body image disturbance, significant weight loss, refusal to maintain minimal normal weight, and amenorrhea. This disorder occurs most frequently in adolescent females.
See: Cancer anorexia.
1. Pertaining to anorexia, lack of appetite. 2. A drug or other agent that causes anorexia and so diminishes the appetite.
Causing anorexia (loss of appetite) as, for example, an anorexigenic drug.
a hypophilic condition or syndrome, variable in etiology, of being unable to attain orgasm with normally conducive modes of stimulation; failure to attain a sexual climax or orgasm during the acceptive phase of an erotic/sexual episode. It is also known, in men, as ejaculatory delay or incompetence. In women it is confused with frigidity, a term obsolete, imprecise, unscientific, and laden with opprobrium.
"Or anorgasmia. Failure of a male or female to achieve an orgasm (climax) during sexual intercourse. Anorgasmia is characterized by psychologists as a ""psychosexual dysfunction,"" a sexual maladjustment that is psychological or emotional in origin. Anorgasmia can result from a variety of problems, including stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, worry, guilt, fear of painful intercourse, fear of pregnancy, the undesirability of a partner, the undesirability of a setting, and use of alcohol or drugs. In women this problem is also referred to as ""frigidity,"" or female orgasmic dysfunction."
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Long-term treatment of gout based in sulfinpyrazone.
A medicine used in the treatment of skin ulcers.
A periferal vasodilator made by Novartis and based on hydralazine.
A medicine produced by Novartis and providing up to two hours of longer-lasting hypotonic relief.
In younger people, under age 40, the lens is adjusted by the ciliary muscles to focus clearly for near as well as far vision. With age the lens is less able to change, eventually requiring reading glasses or bifocals for close work.
Characterized by a lack of color vision with poor visual acuity, nystagmus, and sensitivity to sunlight. No treatment is available except, for example, sunglasses for the sensitivity to light.
Age Related Macular Degeneration
A hereditary condition in which darker pigment fails to form in the eye, hair and skin. In ocular albinism, visual acuity ranges from 20/40 to 20/200 (legal blindness), the eyes may dance (nystagmus) and the person is very sensitive to sunlight. No treatment is available, except dark sunglasses for the photophobia.
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