Rejects the notion that ideas were implanted in the mind at birth. Instead all complex ideas are built up for the sense organs. Ultimately all knowledge is achieved by associating simple sensations.
A doctor who, being or not a citizen of that country, has been admitted to practice medicine in Great Britain.
Brittle bone disease
Osteogenesis imperfecta, not one but a group of genetic diseases, all of which affect collagen, a key component of connective tissue in tissues like bone, tendon and skin. All types of osteogenesis imperfecta result in fragile bones.
Diabetes that is very difficult to control. It is an antiquated term that has no place in current management of diabetes. In particular it is not a distinct form of diabetes, and usually will respond to a more intensive team approach to care.
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A localized contrast effect which is limited to the border immediately adjecent to the contrast discontinuity.
The perceived brightness of real objects in a natural environment is largely independent of changes in the overall illumination.
Pathway that begins with the parasol (magno) ganglion cells in the retina and terminates within the magnocellular layer of the LGN. Has a high contrast gain than Parvocellular Pathway.
A visual stimulus that can be considered to be the sum of a large number of sine-wave components.
An enhancement of brightness/darkness perception is found in the time domain. Stimuli of short duration evoke stronger sensations than stimuli of long duration.
Affecting both sides.
A round eminence as found at the base of a horn.
Marked or covered with round eminences (bosses) resembling those found at the base of a horn.
Shaped like a bunch of grapes.
Bovine malignant catarrhal fever
Malignant catarrhal fever is an acute, highly fatal, viral, infectious disease of cattle and sheep , characterized by an erosive stomatitis, gastroenteritis and erosions of the mucosa of the upper respiratory tract.
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