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Occult bleeding
Blood in stool that is not visible to the naked eye. May be a sign of disease such as diverticulosis or colorectal cancer.

Occupational Health
The Occupational Health is a hospital in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, United States.

Occupational Health Service
The Occupational Health Service is a hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

Occupational Medicine
Occupational Therapists work with the disabled, the elderly, newborns, school-aged children, and with anyone who has a permanent or temporary impairment in their physical or mental functioning. The aim of occupational therapy is to help the client to perform daily tasks in their living and working environments, and to assist them to develop the skills to live independent, satisfying, and productive lives.

Occupational therapist
An individual trained to help people manage the daily activities of living, such as dressing, grooming or cooking, and regaining vocational skills.

Occupational Therapy
Occupational Therapy (OT) is the therapeutic use of self-care, work and play activities to increase independent function, enhance development and prevent disability; OT may include the adaptation of a task or the environment to achieve maximum independence and to enhance

Occupational therapy
Teaching useful skills to sick or handicapped people to promote rehabilitation and healing.


A conscious or unconscious process in which a real or imagined physical or psychological deficit generates exaggerated correction. Concept introduced by Adler.

The concept of multiple unconscious causes of an emotional reaction or symptom

Overvalued idea
An unreasonable and sustained belief that is maintained with less than delusional intensity (i.e., the person is able to acknowledge the possibility that the belief may not be true). The belief is not one that is ordinarily accepted by other members of the person's culture or subculture.

Marked by a need to repeatedly perform certain behaviors or rituals.

The back of the head.


Occupational therapy
Teaching useful skills to sick or handicapped people to promote rehabilitation and healing.

Having to do with the eye.


The projection of the ulna (the larger of the two bones in the forearm) at the elbow.

Having to do with the sense of smell.

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