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After Arthur Sydney Blundell Bankart (1879–1951), first orthopaedic surgeon at the Middlesex Hospital, London, UK] Banti’s syndrome / b ntiz sindrəυm/, Banti’s disease / b ntiz di zi z/ noun same as splenic anaemia [Described 1882. fm Page 29 Monday, May 14, 2007 4:47 PM 29 Beck inventory of depression barium enema / beəriəm enimə/ noun a liquid solution containing barium sulphate which is put into the rectum to increase the contrast of an X-ray of the lower intestine barium meal / beəriəm mi l/, barium solution / beəriəm sə lu ʃ(ə)n/ noun a liquid solution containing barium sulphate which someone drinks to increase the contrast of an X-ray of the alimentary tract Barlow’s disease / bɑ ləυz di zi z/ noun scurvy in children, caused by a lack of vitamin C base /beis/ noun 1.
Compare appendicular skeleton axillary / k siləri/ adjective referring to the armpit axis / ksis/ noun 1. an imaginary line through the centre of the body 2. a central vessel which divides into other vessels 3. ) axon / ksɒn/ noun a nerve fibre which sends impulses from one neurone to another, linking with the dendrites of the other neurone. fm Page 26 Monday, May 14, 2007 4:47 PM -azepam 26 -azepam -azepam / zip m/ suffix used in names of benzodiazepines ć diazepam azidothymidine / eizidəυ θaimidi n/ noun a drug used in the treatment of AIDS.
Blood can therefore have either factor (Group A and Group B) or both factors (Group AB) or neither (Group O) and each of these groups can be Rhesus negative or positive. blood grouping / bl d ru piŋ/ noun the blood grouping process of classifying people according to their blood groups blurred vision blood-letting blood-letting / bl d letiŋ/ noun same as phlebotomy blood loss blood loss / bl d lɒs/ noun loss of blood from the body by bleeding blood pigment / bl d pi mənt/ noun same as haemoglobin blood pressure / bl d preʃə/ noun the pressure, measured in millimetres of mercury, at which the blood is pumped round the body by the heart blood relationship / bl d ri leiʃ(ə)nʃip/ noun a relationship between people who come from the same family and have the same parents, grandparents or ancestors, as opposed to a relationship by marriage blood sample / bl d sɑ mpəl/ noun a sample of blood, taken for testing bloodshot / bl dʃɒt/ adjective referring to an eye with small specks of blood in it from a small damaged blood vessel blood sugar / bl d ʃυ ə/ noun glucose present in the blood blood sugar level / bl d ʃυ ə lev(ə)l/ noun the amount of glucose in the blood, which is higher after meals and in people with diabetes blood test / bl d test/ noun a laboratory test of a blood sample to analyse its chemical composition ć The patient will have to have a blood test.