Sacroiliac Having to do with the joint formed by the sacrum and the ilium in the lower back.
Where the ends of two or more bones meet.
The flared portion of the pelvis. The hip bone.
A medical clinic in the city of Sacramento.
A medical doctor who can practice medicine in the city of Sacramento.
All doctors near Sacramento, the United States of America. Doctors who can assist a patient in Sacramento.
All the hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities in the city of Sacramento.
Sacred Heart is a hospital in Spokane, Washington (USA).
Sacred Heart Community Health Centre
The Sacred Heart Community Health Centre is a hospital in McLennan, Alberta, Canada.
Sacred Heart Hospital
Sacred Heart Hospital is a hospital in Pensacola, Florida (USA).
Sacred Heart Medical Center
The Sacred Heart Medical Center is a hospital in Spokane, Washington, United States.
One of a group of paraphilias characterized by triumph wrested developmentally from sexuoerotic tragedy by means of a strategy that incorporates sinful lust into the lovemap on the condition that it requires reparation or atonement by way of penance and sacrifice, since it irrevocably defiles saintly love.
Inflammation on the sacroiliac joints at the base of the spine. May cause low back or buttock pain. Occurs particularly in HLA B27-related conditions such as ankylosing spondylitis.
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A normal, but fast rythm being generated by the SA node. This is very different than the term Ventricular Tachycardia.
The anatomical term for "above". i.e. the head is superior to the shoulder. Typically used in humans only. See Cranial/Caudal/Inferior.
A syndrome of wide spaced eyes (ocular hypertelorism), front-facing (anteverted) nostrils, a broad upper lip, a malformed ("saddle-bag") scrotum, and laxity of the ligaments resulting in bending back of the knees (genu recurvatum), flat feet, and overly extensible fingers. There are X-linked and autosomal forms of the disease. The gene for the X-linked form has been mapped to chromosome band Xp11.21 and identified as the FGD1 gene. The disease is named for DJ Aarskog (1928-) and CI Scott, Jr. (1934-), Norwegian and American pediatricians, who described it in 1970 and 1971. It is also known as Aarskog syndrome, faciodigitogenital dysplasia, and faciogenital dysplasia.
A miscarriage, that is, any pregnancy that is not viable (the fetus cannot survive) or in which the fetus is born before the 20th week of pregnancy. Spontaneous abortion occurs in at least 15-20% of all recognized pregnancies and usually takes place before the 13th week of pregnancy. A spontaneous abortion is as opposed to an induced abortion. In a spontaneous abortion, it is purely accidental, that is spontaneous.
"Pouch; a bag-like structure."
Any one of the three pairs of glands of the mouth (parotid, submaxillary and sublingual) that release saliva.
The shoulder blade.
Inflammation of the sclera, causing pain, redness and possible loss of vision. Can be a complication of rheumatoid arthritis.
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