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GLOSSARY OF MEDICAL TERMS

 

Abortifacient

An agent that induces abortion

Abscess

A localised collection of pus caused by suppuration in a tissue

Absorbent

Any agent which attracts and sucks up gases or secretions from a wound.

Acne

An inflammatory disease occurring in or around the sebaceous glands

Acrid

Biting, pungent

Agalactia

Absence or failure of secretion of milk

Ague

Malaria

Albuminuria

The presence of serum albumin and serum globulin in the urine

Alexipharmic

Antidote to poison

Alexiteric

Protective to infectious diseases

Alopecia

Loss of hair-a malady in which the hair falls from one or more circumscribed round or oval areas, leaving the skin smooth and white.

Alterative

Causing a favorable change in the disordered functions of the body or metabolism

Amenorrhoea

Failure of menstruation

Amentia

An arrest of the development of the mind from birth to early age.

Anaemia

Lack of enough blood in the body causing paleness

Analeptic

Having a restorative or stimulating effect, as on the central nervous system

Analgesic

Relieving pain

Anaphrodisiac

Having the power to lessen or inhibit sexual feeling

Anasarca

Diffused dropsy in the skin and subcutaneous tissue

Anaesthetic

Inducing loss of feeling or  consciousness

Anodyne

A medicine that allays pain

Anorectic

Lacking appetite

Anorexia

A condition of having lost the appetite for food

Anthelmintic

Destroying or expelling worms

Antiasthmatic

Relieving asthma

Antibiotic

Killing disease causing microorganisms

Anticoagulant

Inhibiting the clotting of blood

Antidiarrheal

Preventing or controlling diarrhea

Antidote

An agent  which neutralizes or opposes the action of a poison

Antidote

Substance that counteracts the effects of a poison

Antidyspeptic

Relieving dyspepsia or indigestion

Antiemetic

Stopping emesis or vomiting

Antihemorrhagic

Controlling bleeding

Antihypertensive

Reducing high blood pressure

Antiinflammatory

Controlling inflammation

Antilithich

An agent which prevents the formation of calculi or promotes their dilution

Antiperiodic

Preventing the regular recurrence of a disease

Antiphlogistic

Acting against heat or inflammation

Antipruritic

Preventing or relieving itching

Antipyretic

Counteracting fever

Antirachitic

Preventing or curing rickets

Antirheumatic

A condition that causes inflammation and pain in the joints and muscles

Antiscorbutic

Acting against scurvy

antiscrofulous

Treating scrofula or tubercular swellings of the lymph glands

Antiseptic

A chemical sterilising substance to kill or control pathogenic microbes

Antispsmodic

Opposing spasms or convulsions 

Antitussive

Controlling or preventing cough

Antiuric

Counteracting excessive acidity in the urine

Anuria

Complete cessation of the secretion  and excretion of urine

Aperient

A laxative or mild cathartic

Aphrodisiac

A drug which stimulates sexual desire

Aphthae

Ulcer on the surface of a mucous membrane

Apoplexy

A sudden loss of consciousness

Arthralgia

Pain in joint

Arthritis

Inflammation of a joint

Ascites

Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the peritoneal cavity

Asphyxia

Inability to breath

Astringent

Causing soft tissues or drawing together

Atrophy

Wasting of a tissue or organ

Balanitis

A condition of inflammation of the penis or of the clitoris

Bechic

Anything which relieves or cures cough

Beriberi

A deficiency disease caused by imbalance of carbohydrate and vitamin B

Blennorrhagia

Free discharge of mucus

Brachycardiac

Making the heart beat slower

Bronchopathy

Any disease of the bronchi

Bubo

An inflammatory swelling of a lymph gland

Cachexia

Depressed habit of mind

Calculus

A concretion formed in any part of the body usually compounds of salts of organic or inorganic acids

Calefacient

A remedy which gives rise to a sensation of warmth

Calibration

Demonstrating that a measuring device produces  results within the specified limits of those produce by a reference standard device over an appropriate rang of measurements

Calmative

Sedative

Carbuncle

An infection of the skin and subcutaneous tissue by Staphylococcus aureus

Carcinogenic

Causing cancer

Carcinoma

A malignant epithelial tumour eventually becoming fatal

Cardiac

Relating to the heart

Cardiac depressant

Slowing the action of the heart

Cardiodynia

Pain in the region of the heart

Cardiokinetic

Regulating or strengthening the heartbeat

Cardiopalmus

Palpitation of the heart

Cardiopathy

A morbid condition of the heart

Cardiotonic

Keeping the heart functioning normally

Carminative

Drug causing the release of stomach or intestinal gas

Cataplexy

A condition marked by abrupt attacks of muscular weakness

Cataract

Opacity in the crystalline lens of the eye which may be partial or complete

Catarrh

A condition in which the mucous membranes of the nose and breathing passages are inflamed, often chronically

Cathartic

Having the power of cleaning the bowels-purgative

Cephalalgia

Headache

Cephalic

A remedy for disorders of the head

Cephalopathy

Any disease of the head

Cerebropathy

Any disorder of the brain

Cholagogue

A drug which causes increased flow of bile into the intestine

Cholera

A severe infectious epidemic disease due to Vibrio cholerae

Cicatrizing

Promoting the growth

Cirrhosis

Progressive fibrous tissue overgrowth in an organ

Colic

A severe spasmodic griping pain

Colitis

Inflammation of the colon

Collyrium

An eye-salve or eye-wash

Colonalgia

Pain in the colon

Colonitis

Inflammation of the colon

Colonorrhagia

Hemorrhage from the colon

Colpitis

Inflammation of the vagina

Colpoptosis

Prolapse of the vagina

Colporrhagia

Hemorrhage from the vagina

Coma

The state of complete loss of consciousness

Conjunctivitis

Inflammation of the conjunctiva

Consumption

Pulmonary tuberculosis

Contraceptive

Any agent or device used to prevent conception

Contusion

An injury to tissue that does not break the skin

Convulsion

A violent involuntary contraction of the skeletal musculature

Corn

A small circumscribed painful horny growth

Counterirritant

An agent that causes local inflammation of an area

Coxalgia

Pain in the hip

Coxitis

Inflammation of the hip joint

Croup

Any condition caused by respiratory obstruction

Cystalgia

Pain in the urinary bladder

Cystitis

Inflammation of a bladder, especially the urinary bladder

Cystodynia

Pain in the urinary bladder

Cystorrhea

Mucous discharge from the bladder

Dandruff

Dead scarf-skin separating in small flakes

Decongestant

Relieving congestion, as of the mucous membrane

Demulcent

Soothing

Dental caries

Decay of teeth

Dentalgia

Toothache

Dentifrice

Any liquid, paste or powder used for cleansing the teeth.

Deobstruent

Relieving or removing obstruction

Deodorant

Removing the odour

Depurative

An agent that purifies blood

Dermatitis

Irritation or inflammation of the skin

Dermatopathy

Any skin disorder

Dermatophytosis

A superficial infection of the skin caused by a fungus

Desiccating

Depriving of moisture

Diaphoresis

Sweating

Diaphoretic

A drug which induces perspiration

Digestive

Improving digestion

Diphtheria

A specific infectious disease caused by virulent strains of a Bacillus

Discutient

Removing tumours

Disinfectant

Having a lethal effect upon germs

Diuretic

Promoting the flow of urine

Dizziness

Sensation of imbalance of a stable relationship with the immediate environment

Dropsy

An excessive accumulation of clear or watery fluid in any of the tissues or cavities of the body

Drug

An agent that is used therapeutically to treat diseases. It may also be defined as any chemical agent and/or biological product or natural product that affects living processes

Drug product

A finished dosage form, for eg., a tablet, capsule or solution that contains a drug substance

Drug substance

An active ingredient that is intended to furnish pharmacological activity or other direct effect in diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of diseases or to effect the structure or any function of  the human body

Dysmenorrhoea

Difficult or painful menstruation

Dysopia

Defective vision

Dyspepsia

Indigestion

Dysphonia

Difficulty or pain in speaking

Dyspnoea

Difficulty in breathing

Dystocia

Difficult parturition

Dysuria

Difficulty or pain while passing urine

Ecbolic

Tending to increase contractions of the uterus and thus facilitate childbirth

Eclampsia

An attack of convulsion associated with hypertension in pregnancy

Eczema

A noncontagious inflammatory disease of the skin with much itching and burning

Edema

Fluid retention by the body causing swelling and discomfort

Elephantiasis

Gross lymphatic edema of the limbs leading to hypertrophy

Elixir

A drug capable of prolonging life indefinitely

Embrocate

To moisten and rub

Emetic

Causing vomiting

Emmenagogue

Medicine intended to restore the mensus

Emollient

Softening

Emphysema

A pathologic accumulation of air in tissues or organs

Empyema

Accumulation of pus in a body cavity

Encephalitis

Inflammation of the brain and spinal cord due to infection

Encephalopathy

Any degenerative brain disease

Enuresis

Involuntary voiding of urine

Epilepsy

An affection of the nervous system resulting from excessive or disordered discharge of cerebral neurons

Epistaxis

Bleeding from the nose

Errhine

An agent causing increased nasal discharge

Erysipelas

An inflammatory disease generally affecting the face marked by a bright redness of the skin

Escharotic

A caustic substance that creates a mass of dead cells or scab

Euphoriant

Producing a sense of bodily comfort and well-being and the absence of pain or distress

Expectorant

Aiding the secretion of the mucous membrane of the air passages and the removal of fluid by spitting

Extract

A concentrate of dried, less volatile aromatic plant part obtained by solvent extraction with a polar solvent

Febrifuge

Anything which reduces fever

Felon

A deep infection around the nails of toes or fingers

Filariasis

Infection with filarial nematode worms

Fistula  

An open channel from the anus or rectum to the skin near the anus

Flatulence

Presence of excessive gas in the stomach or intestine

Frenzy

Violent temporary mental derangement

Galactogenic

Promoting the flow of milk

Galactogogue

Medicine that promotes secretion of milk

Galactorrhea

Excessive or spontaneous flow of milk

Gangrene

Necrosis  and putrefaction of tissue due to lack of blood supply

Gastralgia

Pain in the stomach

Gastrodynia

Pain in the stomach

Gastroenteritis

Inflammation of the mucous coat of the stomach and intestine due to bacterial infection

Gastrohelcosis

Ulceration of the stomach

Gastromegaly

Enlargement of the stomach

Gastropathy

Any disease of the stomach

Germicidal

Causing destruction of micro-organisms

Gingivitis

Inflammation of the gingival margins around the teeth accompanied by swelling and bleeding

Glaucoma

Increased intraocular pressure and its consequences

Gleet

Chronic discharge of thin mucous from the vagina

Glycosuria

Excretion of sugar in the urine

Goitre

Enlargement of the thyroid gland

Gonorrhoea

An inflammatory disease of the genitourinary passages characterized by pain and discharge

Gout

A disease of purine metabolism characterized by attacks of arthritis with an associated raised level of serum uric acid

Gripe

A sharp pain in the stomach

Haematemesis

Vomiting of blood

Haematuria

The presence of blood in the urine

Haemoptysis

Spitting of blood

Haemorrhoid

A bleeding pile

Haemostatic

Having the power to arrest bleeding

Halitosis

Offensive odour of the breath

Hallucinogenic

Producing hallucinations

Heart palpitations

Abnormally rapid and irregular beating of the heart

Helminthiasis

Morbid state due to infestation with worms

Hemagogue

An agent that promotes the flow of blood

Hematinic

Stimulating the formation of blood cells and hemoglobin

Hematorrhea

Copious hemorrhage

Hemicrania

Headache confined to one side

Hemiplegia

Paralysis of one side of the body

Hemolytic

Destructive to red blood cells

Hepatalgia

Pain in the liver

Hepatic

Having to do with the liver

Hepatitis

Inflammation of the liver; jaundice

Hepatodynia

Pain in the liver

Hepatomegaly

Enlargement of the liver

Hepatopathy

Any disease of the liver

Hepatosis

Downward displacement of the liver

Hernia

The protrusion of an internal organ through a defect in the wall of the anatomical cavity in which it lies.

Herpes

Inflammation of the skin or mucous membrane with clusters of deep seated vesicles

Herpetic

Treating skin eruptions

Hydragogue

Promoting expulsion of water or serum

Hydrocele

A circumscribed collection of fluid in the tunica vaginalis testis

Hydrophobia

Exaggerated fear of water as in rabies

Hyperdenosis

Proliferation of glandular tissue

Hyperdipsia

Intense thirst of relatively brief duration

Hyperdiuresis

Excessive secretion of urine

Hyperemesis

Excessive vomiting

Hyperhydrosis

Excessive perspiration

Hyperorexia

Excessive appetite

Hyperpraxia

Abnormal activity; restlessness

Hypertension

High  arterial blood pressure

Hypertensive

Tending to rise the blood pressure

Hyperthermia

A very high body temperature

Hypnotic

Inducing sleep or a state resembling sleep

Hypochonodriasis

A state of mind in which the sufferer is much preoccupied with his health

Hypoglycement

Lowering the level of blood sugar in the body

Hypotension

A fall in blood pressure below the normal level

Hypotensive

Tending to lower blood pressure

Hypothermia

Greatly decreased temperature

Hysteria

A neurotic disorder with varying symptoms

Impetigo

An inflammation of the skin associated with discrete vesicles due to streptococcal infection

Impotence

Inability to perform the sexual act due to failure of the reflex mechanism

Infusion

A hot extract of either a plant part or its exudate with either water or an organic solvent. 

Insanity

Mental disease of a grave kind

Insecticide

Any agent which kills or destroys insects

Insomnia

The condition of being unable to sleep

Installation- qualification

Documented verification  that all key aspects of the installation adhere to the appropriate  codes and approved design intentions and that manufacturers recommendations are duly considered

Intermittent fever

A regularly recurring fever

Intoxication

General condition which results following the absorption and diffusion in the body of a soluble poison

Irritant

An agent that causes inflammation

Jaundice

Yellowing of the skin and other tissues caused by the presence of bile pigments

Kidney stone

Small, hard stone that may form in the kidneys and cause intense pain

Lactation

The secretion of milk by mammals

Lactifuge

Retarding or causing cessation of the secretion of milk

Laryngitis

Inflammation of the larynx

Laxative

Having the action of loosening the bowel

Lentigo

A brownish or yellowish spot found on the skin, generally on the hands, arms or face often caused by exposure to sunlight

Lesion

A wound

Leucoderma

Any white area on the skin

Leucorrhoea

An abnormal mucous discharge from the vagina

Leukaemia

Blood cancer

Liniment

A liquid or thin paste applied to the skin to work as a pain reliever

Linthontriptic

An agent that effects the dissolution of a calculus

Lithiasis

The formation of calculus of any kind

Lumbago

Pain in mid or lower back

Malignant

Threatening  life or tending to cause death

Mammillitis

Inflammation of the nipple

Masticatory

A substance that is chewed to increase the flow of saliva

Melalgia

Pain in the limbs

Melancholia

A mental illness in which the predominant symptom is melancholy, depression of spirits, unhappiness and misery

Menolipsis

Temporary cessation of menstruation

Menorrhagia

Excessive or prolonged menstruation

Menostasis

Failure of menstruation

Metropathy

Any uterine disease

Metroptosis

Prolapse of the uterus

Metrorrhagia

Uterine, bleeding, usually of normal amount occurring at completely irregular intervals, the period of flow sometimes being prolonged

Metrorrhea

Abnormal uterine discharge

Micturition

The act of passing urine

Migraine

A periodic condition with localised headaches, frequently associated with vomiting and sensory disturbances

Morbid

Relating to disease

Mumps

Epidemic parotitis, an acute infectious disease caused by a virus

Myalgia

Muscular pain

Mydriasis

Dilation of the pupil

Mydriatic

A drug that dilates the pupil

Myringitis

Inflation of the tympanic membrane

Narcotic

A drug that induces sleep

Nasitis

Inflation of the nose

Nauseant

An agent that causes nausea

Nepholithiasis

Presence of renal calculi

Nephralgia

Pain in the kidney

Nephritis

Inflation of the kidneys

Nephropathy

Disease of the kidneys

Neuralgia

A painful affection of the nerves due to functional disturbances or neuritis

Neurasthenia

Nervous debility

Notalgia

Pain in the back

Nyctalopia

Night blindness

Obesity

An excessive accumulation of fat in the body

Odontalgia

Toothache

Odontopathy

Any disease of the teeth

Oleaginous

Oily, greasy

Opacity

An opaque or non-transparent area

Operation-   qualification

documented verification  that the system or sub system performs as intended throughout  all anticipated operating ranges

Ophthalmia

Referring to conjunctivitis

Ophthalmodynia

Pain in the eye

Ophthalmopathy

Any disease of the eye

Opthalmitis

Inflation of the eye ball

Orchialgia

Pain in the testis

Orchiopathy

Any disorder of the testis

Orchitis

Inflammation of the testis characterised by hypertrophy and pain

Ostalgia

Pain in the bones

Osteomalacia

Softening of the bones, resulting from vitamin D deficiency

Otalgia

Pain in the ear

Otopathy

Any disease of the ear

Otopyorrhea

Purulent discharge from the ear

Pancreatitis

Inflammation of the pancreas

Paraplegia

Stroke affecting one side

Parkinsonism

Parkinsonís disease characterised by rigidity of muscles and tremor of the hands

partiurient

Inducing the contractions of labour at childbirth

Pectoral

Effective in diseases of the chest

Pectoralgia

Pain in the chest

Performance-qualification

Documented verification of the appropriateness  of critical process parameters, operating ranges and system reproducibility over an appropriate time period

Pertussis

Whooping cough

Pharyngitis

Inflammation of the mucous membrane and underlying part of the pharynx

Pharyngodynia 

Pain in the pharynx

Pharyngopathy

Any disease of the pharynx

Phythisis

Any wasting disease in which the whole body or part of the body is involved

Pneumonia

Inflammation of lung tissue

Pneumonopathy

Any disease of the lungs

Pneumonosis

Any lung disorder

Pneumorrhagia

A severe haemoptysis

Poliomyelitis

An acute inflammation of the anterior horn cells of the spinal cord due to an enterovirus infection

Poultice

A soft mush prepared by various substances with oily or watery fluids

Procreant

The drug which begets

Proctalgia

Pain in the rectum

Proctoptosis

Prolapse of the rectum

Prophylactic

Pertaining to the prevention of the development of a disease

Prurigo              

An eruption of the skin causing severe itching

Pruritus

Itching

Psoriasis

A condition characterised by the eruption of circumscribed discrete and confluent reddish, silvery scaled lesions

Psoriasis plantaris

Psoriasis of the sole

Psychopathy

Any disease of the mind

Ptyalism

Excessive secretion of saliva

Purgative

Strong laxative

Pyorrhoea

A discharge of pus

Pyrexia

A condition characterised by the presence of pus 

Rachialgia

Pain in the vertebral column

Radiculalgia

Neuralgia of the nerve roots

Radiculitis

Inflammation of spinal nerve roots

Ramitis

Inflammation of a nerve root

Rectalgia

Pain in the rectum

Rectitis

Inflammation of the rectum

Refrigerant

Cooling

Renal

Relating to the kidneys

Renal calculi

Calculi relating to kidney

Renopathy

Any disease of the kidney

Resolvent

Causing resolution of a tumour or swelling

Resorptive

Aiding reabsorption of blood from bruises

Restorative

Having the power to restore or renew health

Resuscitative

The act of restoring to life

Retinitis

Inflammation of the retina

Revulsive

Causing revulsion in drawing away of blood from a pathological area to another area

Rheumarthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatalgia

Rheumatic pain

Rhinalgia

Pain in the nose

Rhinitis

Inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane

Rhinodynia

Pain in the nose

Rhinopathy

Any disease of the nose

Rickets

A disturbance of the calcium/phosphorus metabolism which occurs in the growing child as a result of vitamin D deficiency

Roborant

A strengthening agent

Rubefacient

Having the action of counter irritant

Sarcocele

Fleshy swelling or tumour of the testis

Scabies

Sarcoptic infestation of the human skin particularly a contagious skin disease caused by invasion of the epidermis

Scald

The lesion caused by contact with a hot liquid or vapour

Scalding of urine

Severe burning sensation during micturition

Scleritis

Inflammation of the sclera

Scrofula

Tuberculous cervical adenitis with or without ulceration

Scurvy

A deficiency disease due to lack of Vitamin C

Sedative

Acting on the central nervous system to produce sleep

Sialogogue

An agent that increases the flow of saliva

Sinovitis

Inflammation of the synovial membrane of a joint

Sinusitis

Inflammation affecting the mucal epithelium of a sinus

Somatalgia

Body pain

Somnifacient

Causing sleep

Somnolence

Sleepiness

Soporific

Inducing sleep

Spanomenorrhea

Scanty menstruation

Spasmolytic

Helping to relieve cramps and other muscle contractions

Splenalgia

Pain in the spleen

Splenitis

Inflammation of the spleen

splenohepatomegaly

Enlargement of spleen and liver

Splenomegaly

Enlargement of the spleen

Splenopathy

Any disease of the spleen

Stimulant

Making a body organ active

Stomachalgia

Pain in the stomach

Stomachic

Aiding the stomach and digestion

Stomatalgia

Pain in the mouth

Stomatitis

Generalised inflammation of the oral mucosa

Stomatopathy

Any disorder of the mouth

Stomatorrhagia

Hemorrhage from the mouth

Stupefacient

Inducing stupor

Styptic

Having the power to arrest bleeding

Sudorific

Acting to increase perspiration

Suppurative

Pus forming

Syphilis

A contagious venereal disease

Syrup

A water and sugar solution to which are added flavouring, medicinal, or some other desired  ingredients 

Taeiniacide

An agent that kills tapeworms

Tetanus

An infective disease due to the toxins of Clostridium tetani

Thermoplegia

Sun  stroke

Thrombosis

A blood clot  that may partially or wholly block the flow of blood through a blood vessel

Tincture

A medication that has its medicinal agent dissolved in alcohol

Tonic

An agent that is used to give strength to the system

Tonsilitis

Inflammation of the tonsil

Toxaemia

The condition of general poisoning caused by the entrance of soluble bacterial toxins into the blood

Tranquilizer

Drug employed to calm or sedate people or animals

Trauma

A pathological alteration of the supporting tissues of a tooth due to abnormal occlusion

Trichogenous

Stimulating the growth of hair

Ulemorrhagia

Bleeding from the gums

Ulitis

Inflammation of the gums

Ulocace

Ulceration of the gums

Ulorrhagia

Hemorrhage from the gums

Ulorrhea

Bleeding from the gums

Unguent

Ointment

Urelcosis

Ulceration of the urinary tract

Ureteralgia

Pain in the ureter

Ureteritis

Inflammation of the ureter

Urethritis

Inflammation of the urethra

Urethrorrhagia

Flow of blood from the urethra

Urethrorrhea

Abnormal discharge from the urethra

Urocyst

The urinary bladder

Urocystitis

Inflammation of the urinary bladder

Urodynia

Pain on urination

Urolithiasis

Urinary calculi

Uro-edema

Edema due to infiltration of urine

Uropathy

Any disease of the urinary tract

Urorrhagia

Excessive secretion of urine

Urorrhea

Involuntary flow of urine

Uroschesis

Retention of urine

Urticaria

Itching, inflamed skin caused by an allergic reaction to a drug, food, or substance in the environment; also called hives  

Uteralgia

Pain in the uterus

Uterine sedative

An agent that relaxes the muscles of the uterus

Uteritis

Inflammation of the uterus

Vaginitis

Inflammation of the vagina

Vaginodynia

Pain in the vagina

Vaginopathy

Any disease of the vagina

Validation

Establishing documented evidence which provides a high degree of assurance that a specific process will consistently produce a product meeting its pre-determinant specifications and quality attributes

Vasoconstrictor

An agent that narrows blood vessel openings, restricting the flow of blood through them

Vasodilator

An agent that expands blood vessels, allowing more blood to flow through them

Vermifuge

A drug that expels worms

Verminosis

Morbid state due to infestation with worms

Vertigo

Dizziness

Vesical

Referring to the urinary bladder

Vesicant

A counter irritant strong enough in some cases to cause blistering

Visceromegaly

Abnormal enlargement of the viscera

Vulnerary

Soothing or healing wounds and sores

Wart

A circumscribed cutaneous excrescence

Wash

Liquid medicinal preparation for external use

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