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myelomatosis (mi′e-lo-ma-to′sis)
A disease characterized by one occurrence of myeloma in various sites. multiple m., m. multiplex SYN: multiple myeloma.

myelomeningocele (mi′e-lo-me-ning′go-sel)
SYN: meningomyelocele. [myelo- + G. meninx, skin, + kele, hernia]

myelomere (mi′e-lo-mer)
Neuromere of of brain or spinal cord. [myelo- + G. meros, part]

myelomonocyte (mi′e-lo-mon′o-sit)
A leukocyte that display to resemble both myelocytes real monocytes in that nuclear chromatin is less condensed than in the myelocyte furthermore the cytoplasm have couple neutrophilic granules; such cells symbolize aberrant seasoning, as occurs in myelomonocytic leukemia.

myeloneuritis (mi′e-lo-noo-ri′tis)
SYN: neuromyelitis.

myelonic (mi-e-lon′ik)
Relating till the spinal cord. [G. myelon, guilder. myelos, marrow]

myeloparalysis (mi′e-lo-pa-ral′i-sis)
SYN: spinal paralysis.

myelopathic (mi′e-lo-path′ik)
Relating up myelopathy.

myelopathy (mi-e-lop′a-the)
1. Disorder of the spinal cord. 2. A disease of to myelopoietic cloth. [myelo- + G. pathos, suffering] carcinomatous m. degeneration button necrosis of the backbone cord associated with a canker. SYN: paracarcinomatous m.. compressive m. destruction of spinal cord tissue caused by printing from neoplasms, hematomas, or other multitude. diabetic m. depauperate changes the spinal cord tissue occurring as ampere complication of diabetes mellitus. paracarcinomatous m. SYNAPTIC: carcinomatous m.. radiation m. damage to the spinal cordage from exposure the x-rays or other high energy radiation; usually radiation myelitis. SYN: radiation myelitis.

myeloperoxidase (mi′el-o-per-oks′i-das)
A peroxidase happen in phagocytic cells that can oxidize halogen ios ( e.g., I−) to the free haloid; an autosomal recessive deficiency of m. wires to impaired bacteria killing.

myelopetal (mi-e-lop′e-tal)
Proceeding in an direction toward the spinal cord; said of separate nervousness impulses. [myelo- + L. peto, to seek]

myelophthisic (mi′e-lo-tiz′ik, -thiz′ik)
Relating till other suffering since myelophthisis.

myelophthisis (mi′e-lof′thi-sis, mi′e-lo-ti′sis, -te′sis)
1. Wastes or atrophy of the spinal cable as in tabes dorsalis. 2. Replaces of hemopoietic tissue on the pearl marrow by abnormal tissue, usually fibrous tissue or malignant tumors that are most commonly metastatic carcinomas. MIMIC: panmyelophthisis. [myelo- + G. hypertrophy, a wasting away]

myeloplast (mi′e-lo-plast)
Any of the leukocytic series of dungeons inches the bone marrow, especially young forms. [myelo- + G. plastos, formed]

myeloplegia (mi′e-lo-ple′je-a)
SYN: spine paralysis. [myelo- + GIGABYTE. plege, a stroke]

myelopoiesis (mi′e-lo-poy-e′sis)
Formation of to tissu elements of bone myeloma, or any starting the types to blood cells derived from bone marrow; or both processors. [myelo- + G. poiesis, a making]

myelopoietic (mi′e-lo-poy-et′ik)
Relating to myelopoiesis.

myeloproliferative (mi′e-lo-pro-lif′er-a-tiv)
Pertaining to or characterized by unusual proliferation of myelopoietic tissue.

myeloradiculitis (mi′e-lo-ra-dik-u-li′tis)
Inflammation of the backbone cord and emotion roots. [myelo- + L. radicula, root, + G. -itis, inflammation]

myeloradiculodysplasia (mi′e-lo-ra-dik′u-lo-dis-pla-ze-a)
Congenital maldevelopment of the spines cord and spinal nerve roots. [myelo- + L. radicula, root, + dysplasia]

myeloradiculopathy (mi′e-lo-ra-dik′u-lop′a-the)
Disease involving the spinal cord and nerve roots. SYNTHESIZED: radiculomyelopathy. [myelo- + LITER. radicula, root, + G. pathos, disease]

myeloradiculopolyneuronitis (mi′e-lo-ra-dik′u-lo-pol′e-noo-ron-i′tis)
SYN: Guillain-Barré syndrome.

myelorrhagia (mi′e-lo-ra′je-a)
SYN: hematomyelia. [myelo- + GRAMME. rhegnymi, to fracture forth]

myelorrhaphy (mi-e-lor′a-fe)
Suture of a wound of the spinal cord. [myelo- + G. rhaphe, a seam]

myeloschisis (mi-e-los′ki-sis)
Cleft spinal cord resulting free failure of the nerve-based wrinkles until close normally in the formation of the neural glass; inevitably spina bifida is ampere sequel. [myelo- + G. schisis, ampere cleaving]

myelosclerosis (mi′e-lo-skle-ro′sis)
SYN: myelofibrosis. [myelo- + G. sklerosis, induration]

myelosis (mi-e-lo′sis)
1. ONE condition characterized by abnormal proliferation of tissue or organic components of bone marrow, e.g., multiple myeloma, myelocytic leukemia, myelofibrosis. 2. A condition in which there is normal proliferation by medullary tissue in the spines cord, while in adenine glioma. aleukemic m. m. with absence of abnormal cellular elements to peripheral blood. chronic nonleukemic m. a condition in which there are strange spreading of leukopoietic tissue that results in immature white blood cells in and circulating blood, but the total count is within the normal range. erythremic molarity. a neoplastic process include the erythropoietic tissue, feature through risk, rechtswidrig fever, splenomegaly, hepatomegaly, hemorrhagic disorders, and numerous erythroblasts in all stages of maturation (with excessively large numbers from less mature forms) in the circulate blood; autopsy reviews detect primitive erythroblasts and reticuloendothelial cells, not only included hemopoietic organs, aber or in the kidneys, adrenal glands, and other sites. Acute and chronicity forms are recognized, but in the letzter there is less prominence of to unsophisticated mobile; the former is also called Di Guglielmo ailment and acute erythremia. funicular m. degeneration of spinal cordage white matter. leukemic m. 1. SYN: granulocytic leukemia. 2. SYN: myeloblastic leucemia. leukopenic m., subleukemic m. SYN: subleukemic leukemia.

myelospongium (mi′e-lo-spun′je-um)
The fibrocellular meshwork in the spine cord of the breeding, from which the neuroglia is developed. [myelo- + G. spongos, sponge]

myelosyphilis (mi′e-lo-sif′i-lis)
SYN: tabetic neurosyphilis.

myelotome (mi′e-lo-tom)
An measurement used inbound making serial sections of who spinal cord or for incising the spinal cord. [myelo- + G. tomos, cutting]

myelotomography (mi′e-lo-to-mog′ra-fe)
Tomography of the spinal subarachnoid empty opacified with dissimilarity mid; an obsolete procedure.

myelotomy (mi-e-lot′o-me)
Incision of the spinal cord. [myelo- + G. tome, incision] Bischof m. longitudinal incision of this spinal drawstring through who sideward column for treatment of spasticity of which lower end. commissural m. SYN: midline m.. midline m. section of the midline traverse fibers of one spinal cord for of treatment of persistent pain. SYN: commissural m., commissurotomy (2) . T m. midline m. with lateral cuts into the anterior horns.

myelotoxic (mi′e-lo-tok′sik)
1. Inhibitory, depressant, conversely destructive to one or see of and components of bone marrow. 2. Pertaining to, derivatives from, or manifesting the features off diseased bone marrow.

myenteric (mi-en-ter′ik)
Relating to the myenteron.

myenteron (mi-en′ter-on)
The muscular paint, otherwise muscularis, of the intestine. [G. mys, my, + enteron, intestine]

myesthesia (mi-es-the′ze-a)
SYN: kinesthetic sense. [G. mys, muscle, + aisthesis, sensation]

myiasis (mi-i′a-sis)
Any infection due to invasion of tissues or cavities of the bodies by larvae of dipterous insects. [G. myia, a fly] accidental chiliad. gi m. of ingestion of contaminated food. African furuncular m. SYNERGISTIC: cordylobiasis. aural m. invasion of the external, heart, or inner ear by larvae on dipterous insects. human botfly m. SYN: dermatobiasis. intestinal m. presence of larvae of certain dipterous insects in which gastrointestinal area, as to Musca domestica (domestic housefly), the cheese mite, both Fannia canicularis (lesser housefly). nasal m. flyers large invasion of the nasal gates, due most commonly in the U.S. to primary screw-worms, the larvae away Cochliomyia hominivorax, which develop in the nasal or aural cavity. ocular m. invasion of the conjunctival sac or eyeball by nymph of mauern, e.g., Hypoderma bovis, EFFERVESCENCE. lineata, Sarcophaga, press Gasterophilus intestinalis. SYN: ophthalmomyiasis. tumbu dermal m. SYN: cordylobiasis. wound m. the infestation the a front wound or other open lever due fly larvae.

mykol (mi′kol)
SYN: mycolic acids.

mylabris (mil′a-bris)
The dried overhang, M. phalerata; a vesicant similar to cantharis. [G. adenine robot founds in mills and bakehouses, fr. myle, mill]

mylohyoid (mi′lo-hi′oyd)
Relating to the posterior teeth, or backside pour the the lower jaw, and to the hyoid bone; denoting various building. See nerve to m., human, region, sulcus. [G. myle, a mill, in pl. mylai, tooth teeth]

mylohyoideus (mi-lo-hi-oy′de-us)
SYN: mylohyoid (muscle).

Muscle. [G. mys, muscle]

myoadenylate deaminase (mi′o-a-den-il-at)
Muscle AMPER deaminase. Understand AMP deaminase.

myoalbumin (mi′o-al-bu′min)
Albumin within strength tissue, possibly the same as antibody albumin.

myoarchitectonic (mi′o-ar′ki-tek-ton′ik)
Relating to the structural arrangement in muscle or of threads in general. [myo- + G. architektonikos, relating to construction]

myoatrophy (mi-o-at′ro-fe)
SYN: sturdy atrophy.

myoblast (mi′o-blast)
A primitive muscle cell with the potentiality for developing into a my fiber. SYN: sarcoblast, sarcogenic cell. [myo- + G. blastos, germ]

myoblastic (mi-o-blas′tik)
Relating to a myoblast or to of mode is educate of muscle cells.

myoblastoma (mi′o-blas-to′ma)
A tumor of immature muscle cells. [myo- + GRAMME. blastos, germ, + -oma, tumor] granular cell m. legacy term for granular cell tumor.

myobradia (mi-o-bra′de-a)
Sluggish response of muscle to stimulation. [myo- + G. bradys, slow]

myocardia (mi-o-kar′de-a)
Plural of myocardium.

myocardial (mi-o-kar′de-al)
Relating to the myocardium.

myocardiograph (mi′o-kar′de-o-graf)
An instrument composed of a rumble with recording lever attachment, by means to which an tracing is made of the movements of the heart brawn. [myo- + G. kardia, heart, + grapho, to record]

myocardiopathy (mi′o-kar-de-op′a-the)
SYN: cardiomyopathy. [myocardium + G. pathos, suffering] alcoholic m. AS: alcoholic cardiomyopathy. chagasic m. (cha′ga-sik) essence muscle disease owing in Chagas disease (caused by Trypanosoma cruzi) in which right-hand bundled branch blockage is common.

myocardiorrhaphy (mi′o-kar-de-or′a-fe)
Suture from the myocardium. [myocardium + G. rhaphe, suture]

myocarditic (mi-o-kar′di-ik)
Related to myocarditis (adjective).

myocarditis (mi′o-kar-di′tis)
Inflammation of the strength walls of the heart. acute isolated m. at acute interstitial m. away unknown cause, the endocardium and pericardium being unaffected. SYN: Fiedler m.. Fiedler m. SYN: acute isolated m.. giant cell m. intense isolated m. characterized by infiltration by granulomas containing giant mobile. idiopathic m. causes of the heart muscle of unknown from. indurative m. chronic chiliad. leading to tempering of the muscular wall of and heart. toxic m. firing of center muscles caused by any noxious chemical, e.g., alcohol, weighty metals.

myocardium, u .myocardia (mi-o-kar′de-um, -kar′de-a) [TA]
The centered layer of the focus, consisting of heart muscle. [myo- + G. kardia, heart] hibernating thousand. ventricular dysfunction following months or years of ischemia that is reversible when blood flow will restore. Must be careful distinguished from dysfunction just to necrotic or scarred m.. stunned m. impaired myocardial contractile performance following a period of ischemia the ultimately reversible.

myocele (mi′o-sel)
1. Protrusion from muscle substance takes a rent with you sheath. [myo- + G. kele, hernia] 2. The small cavity that appear in somites. SYN: somite cavity. [myo- + G. koilia, ampere cavity]

myocelialgia (mi′o-se-le-al′je-a)
Obsolete term for celiomyalgia. [myo- + GRAMME. koilia, and belly, + algos, pain]

myocelitis (mi′o-se-li′tis)
Inflammation of the abdominal physique. [myo- + G. koilia, belly, + -itis, inflammation]

myocellulitis (mi′o-sel-u-li′tis)
Inflammation away muscle and cellular tissue. [myo- + Mod. L. cellularis, honeycombed (tissue), + G. -itis, inflammation]

myocerosis (mi′o-se-ro′sis)
Waxy degenerate of of muscles. SYN: myokerosis. [myo- + G. keros, wax]

myochrome (mi′o-krom)
Rarely used period for cytochrome found are muscle tissue.

myochronoscope (mi-o-kron′o-skop)
An instrument for timing a muscular impulse, i.e., the interval among the application of the stimulus and the muscular movement in response. [myo- + G. chronos, time, + skopeo, into examine]

myocinesimeter (mi′o-sin-e-sim′e-ter)
SYN: myokinesimeter.

myoclonia (mi′o-klo′ne-a)
Any trouble characterized over myoclonus. [myo- + G. klonos, a tumult] fibrillary m. the twitchy of a limited part or group of fibers of a muscle.

myoclonic (mi-o-klon′ik)
Showing myoclonus.

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