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Medical specialties[edit]

Andrology - Anesthesia - Angiology - Aviation medicine - Cardiology - Dentistry - Dermatology - Emergency medicine - Endocrinology - Gastroenterology - General practice - Geriatrics - Gerontology - Gynecology - Hematology - Hepatology - Immunology - Infectious diseases - Intensive care medicine - Medical genetics - Military medicine - Nephrology - Neurology - Nuclear medicine - Obstetrics - Oncology - Ophthalmology - Otolaryngology - Paleopathology - Palliative medicine - Pathology - Pediatrics - Podiatry - Psychiatry - Pulmonology - Radiology - Rehabilitation medicine - Rheumatology - Serology - Sexual health - Sports medicine - Toxicology - Transplantation medicine

Medical information[edit]

Pathogen - Nutrition - Cell - Disorder - Virus - Hospital - Doctor - Blood - Pulse - Vital Signs - Ablation - Abortive medication - Acute (medical) - Acute abdomen - Acute pericarditis - Admission note - Adverse effect (medicine) - Afferent - Age of onset - Agnosia - Agonist - Anhidrosis - Asymptomatic - Aura (symptom) - Autoagglutination - Autonomic dysreflexia - Azygos - Barbotage - Benign - Benign tumor - Bogart-Bacall syndrome - CRISP - Cardio - Case report - Central venous pressure - Cervical - Cervical conization - Cervical dislocation - Chronic (medical) - Clinomorphism - Cluttering - Compliance (medicine) - Complication (medicine) - Computer physician order entry - Consensus (medical) - Consolidation (medicine) - Contraindication - Cosmesis - Course (medicine) - Cystitis - Dead on arrival - Death by natural causes - Degeneration (medical) - Depression (physiology) - Diagnosis - Diagnosis of exclusion - Differential diagnosis - Disease - Disease theory of alcoholism - Diverticulum - Drug abuse - Drug addiction - Drug induced fever - Dysdiadochokinesia - E-Patient - Elective surgery - End-stage disease - Entopic - Epicardial - Epilepsy - Extracorporeal - Female athlete triad - Five year survival rate - Food coma - Fremitus - Friedreich's sign - Fructose malabsorption - Fulminant - Ganglion - Gliosis - Harm reduction - Health care proxy - Heroin - Histology - Historian (medical) - Hospital emergency codes - Idiopathic - Idiosyncrasy - Idiosyncratic drug reaction - Illness - Indication (medicine) - Infiltration (medical) - Intranasal route - Invasive (medical) - Malacia - Malignant - Medical guideline - Medical history - Medical prefixes, suffixes, and combining forms - Medical roots and their derivations - Medically unexplained physical symptoms - Minimally invasive procedure - Multigravida - Myokmia - Neuron - Nil per os - Nocebo - Non-epileptic seizure - Non-invasive (medical) - Normal human body temperature - Nosology - Overdiagnosis - P4 medicine - Palsy - Pathognomonic - Patient - Patient safety - Pay for performance (healthcare) - Per os - Phoniatrics - Physical disorder - Placebo - Pneumatocyst - Postcholecystectomy syndrome - Postprandial - Prescription abbreviations - Prevention (medical) - Prognosis - Prophylaxis - Prosthodontics - Pulmonary capillary wedge pressure - Pyonephrosis - Radioactive dentin abrasion - Radiofrequency ablation - Radiofrequency lesioning - Recreational drug use - Regurgitation (circulation) - Responsible drug use - Root canal - SOAP note - Screening (medicine) - Seborrhoea - Sedentary lifestyle - Sever's disease - Slipped capital femoral epiphysis - Sociogenic illness - Speech and language pathology - Sphenoid wing meningioma - Stenosis - Sub-clinical - Subluxation - Substance abuse - Sudomotor - Symptom - Symptomatic - Symptomatic treatment - Syndrome - Tamponade - Temporomandibular joint disorder - Terminal illness - Testicular microlithiasis - Therapeutic inertia - Topical - Total body surface area - Toxidrome - User:Selfsimilar/Fructose Malabsorption - Vagus ganglia - Vasogenic edema - Ventral ramus of spinal nerve - Watchful waiting - Widow maker - Xerostomia - Zebra (medical) - Zymotic disease

Diseases[edit]

Achondroplasia - Acne - Adenoma - AIDS - Albinism - Alcoholic hepatitis - Alopecia - Alzheimer's disease - Amblyopia - Amoebiasis or Amebiasis - Anemia - Aneurysm - Anosmia - Anotia - Anthrax - Appendicitis - Apraxia - Argyria - Arteritis - Arthritis - Aseptic meningitis - Asthenia - Asthma - Atherosclerosis - Athetosis - Atrophy - Autism - Bacterial meningitis - Beriberi - Bipolar disorder - Botulism - Brucellosis - Bubonic plague - Calculi - Campylobacter infection - Cancer - Candidiasis - Cardiac arrest - Cerebral Palsy - Chagas disease - Chalazion - Chancroid - Cherubism - Chickenpox - Chlamydia - Chlamydia trachomatis - Cholera - Chordoma - Chorea - Chronic fatigue syndrome - Cleft lip - Coccidioidomycosis - Colitis - Color blindness - Common cold - Condyloma - Congestive heart disease - Coronary heart disease - Cowpox - Cretinism - Diabetes mellitus - Diphtheria - Encephalitis - Ebola - Foodborne illness - Goitre - Huntington's disease - Hypertension - Influenza - Interstitial cystitis - Iritis - Iron-deficiency anemia - Irritable bowel syndrome - Keloids - Kuru - Kwashiorkor - Lazy eye - Lead poisoning - Legionellosis - Leishmaniasis - Leprosy - Leptospirosis - Listeriosis - Leukemia - Loiasis - Lupus erythematosus - Lyme disease - Lymphogranuloma venereum - Lymphoma - Malaria - Marburg fever - Measles - Melioidosis - Méniere's disease - Meningitis - Migraine - Multiple myeloma - Multiple sclerosis - Mumps - Muscular dystrophy - Myasthenia gravis - Myelitis - Myoclonus - Myopia - Myxedema - Neoplasm - Non-gonococcal urethritis - Obsessive-compulsive disorder - Obesity - Osteoarthritis - Palindromic rheumatism - Paratyphoid fever - Parkinson's disease - Pelvic inflammatory disease - Peritonitis - Periodontal disease - Pertussis (Whooping cough) - Phenylketonuria - Plague - Polio or Poliomyelitis - Porphyria - Progeria - Prostatitis - Psittacosis - Psoriasis - Pubic lice - Pulmonary Embolism - Q fever - Rabies - Repetitive strain injury (RSI) - Rheumatic fever - Rheumatoid arthritis - Rickets - Rift Valley fever - Rocky Mountain spotted fever - Rubella - Salmonellosis - Scabies - Scarlet fever - Sciatica - Schizophrenia - Scleroderma - Scrapie - Scurvy - Sepsis - SARS - Shigellosis - Shingles - Shock - Sickle-cell anemia - Siderosis - Silicosis - Smallpox - Stevens-Johnson syndrome - Strabismus - Strep throat - Streptococcal infection - Synovitis - Syphilis - Taeniasis - Tay-Sachs disease - Teratoma - Tetanus - Thalassaemia - Thrush - Thymoma - Tinnitus - Toxic shock syndrome - Trichinosis - Trichomoniasis - Trisomy - Tuberculosis - Tularemia - Tungiasis - Typhoid or Typhoid fever - Typhus - Ulcerative colitis - Uremia - Urticaria - Uveitis - Varicella - Vasovagal syncope - Vitiligo - Von Hippel-Lindau disease - Warkany syndrome - Warts - Whooping cough - Pertussis - Yellow fever - Yaws

Nutrition[edit]

5 A Day - 7-Dehydrocholesterol - ATP-binding cassette family - Acceptable daily intake - American Association of Nutritional Consultants - American Dietetic Association - Animal fat - Atwater system - Auxology - Avitaminosis - Biological Value - Blood sugar regulation - Body fat percentage - Body mass index - Body volume index - British Dietetic Association - Bromatology - Calorie - Camino Magico - Carbohydrate - China Project - Chinese food therapy - Cholesterol - Choline - Clostridial necrotizing enteritis - Complete protein - Consumer Education Foundation - Danone International Prize for Nutrition - Defatting - Dehydration - Diabetes mellitus - Diet and cancer - Diet and heart disease - Diet food - Diet for a Small Planet - Dietary Reference Intake - Dietary fiber - Dietary mineral - Dieting - Dietitians of Canada - Dunn Human Nutrition Unit - Eco-nutrition - Edible protein per unit area of land - Empty calorie - Ergosterol - Essential amino acid - Essential nutrient - European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition - Evolution of Vitamin C - Evolution of dietary antioxidants - Fasting - Fasting and abstinence in the Roman Catholic Church - Fat - Fat tax - Fatty acid - Flavonoid - Fluid balance - Food composition databases - Food contaminants - Food craving - Food energy - Food for the Brain Foundation - Food groups - Food supplements - Foodborne illness - Force-feeding - Freshman fifteen - Fructose - Functional food - GalP (protein) - Galactose - Glucose - Gluten - Glycemic index - Glycemic load - Glycogen - Gut loading - Health claims on food labels - Healthy diet - Hyperalimentation - Hyperglycemia - Indigenous Australian food groups - Inositol - Institute of Medicine Equation - Insulin index - Interesterified fat - International Union of Nutritional Sciences - Intuitive eating - Iodide as an antioxidant - Isotel - Lauric acid - Leaf protein concentrate - Liquid diet - List of diets - List of omega-3 fatty acids - List of standard amino acids - List of vegan foods - Malnutrition - Meatless Monday - Medical food - Medical research related to low-carbohydrate diets - Monounsaturated fat - MyPyramid - National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control - Negative calorie - Net protein utilization - Nut (fruit) - Nutraceutical - Nutrient - Nutrient density - Nutrigenomics - Nutrition and pregnancy - Nutrition facts label - Nutrition physiology - Nutrition scale - NutritionDay - Nutritional Therapist - Nutritional genomics - Nutritional rating systems - Nutritionism - Nutritionist - Obesity - Oligosaccharide - Oncomodulin - Organic feeding disorders - Osteophagy - Overnutrition - Overweight - Oxygen radical absorbance capacity - PDCAAS - Patient refusal of nutrition and hydration - Peonidin - Peptide YY - Personal Responsibility in Food Consumption Act - Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine - Phytic acid - Phytochemical - Phytoestrogens - Polyunsaturated fat - Portion control (dieting) - Potential effects of tea on health - Protein - Protein Dispersibility Index - Protein combining - Protein in nutrition - Pterostilbene - Punicalagins - Quercetin - Rehydration - Salt equivalent - Saprotrophic nutrition - Saturated fat - Schofield equation - Serving size - Slow Food - Soft diet - SparkPeople - Sports nutrition - Sprouting - Starch - Stress hyperglycemia - Sugar - Superfruit - Tannin - Thermogenics - Tiger's Milk - Total parenteral nutrition - Townsend Letter - Trans fat - Underweight - United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry - Unsaturated fat - User talk:Miller17CU94/Archive 3 - User:Zephyris/BVDraft - Veganism - Vitamin - Vitamin C megadosage - Weight cutting - Weight loss

Injuries[edit]

Achilles tendon rupture - Anterior cruciate ligament injury - Australian rules football injuries - Back injury - Bankart lesion - Battle's sign - Bite - Black eye - Blast injury - Blood blister - Blunt trauma - Bodily harm - Bone fracture - Bruise - Burn (injury) - Cauda equina syndrome - Celebratory gunfire - Charley horse - Chemical burn - Coccydynia - Crush syndrome - Crushing - Degloving - Deviated septum - Direct inguinal hernia - Disfigurement - Electric shock - Epistaxis - Eye injury - Falling - Falls prevention - Frostbite - Greenstick fracture - Gunshot injury - Hair tourniquet - Head injury - Healing - Hill-Sachs lesion - Hip pointer - Indirect inguinal hernia - Inguinal hernia - Injury - Internal bleeding - Jammed finger - Joint dislocation - Million-Dollar Wound - Paper cut - Paraplegia - Penetrating trauma - Plica Syndrome - Railway spine - Reverse bite injury - Road rash - Separated shoulder - Shoulder problems - Soft tissue injury - Sports injuries - Sprain - Sprained ankle - Stabbing - Stinger (medicine) - Strain (injury) - Stress fracture - Trigger point - Unhappy triad - Walking wounded - Whiplash (medicine) - Wound


Symptoms[edit]

Abdominal guarding - Aboulia - Absence seizure - Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans - Alexithymia - Amaurosis fugax - Amenorrhoea - Angor animi - Anhedonia - Anorexia (symptom) - Anosognosia - Anxiety - Apyrexy - Ascites - Asthenia - Ataxia - Athymhormia - Atonic seizure - Aura (symptom) - Automatic behavior - Avolition - Azotemia - B symptoms - Baby acne - Black Pox - Bloating - Brachioradial pruritis - Bradycardia - Brain zaps - Bronchorrhea - Bubo - Burping - Butterflies in the stomach - Cachexia - Canga's bead symptom - Cataplexy - Chancre - Chest pain - Closed-eye hallucination - Collapse (medical) - Complex partial seizure - Compulsive hoarding - Constipation - Coprolalia - Cough - Delusion - Delusional parasitosis - Depression (mood) - Diaphoresis - Diarrhea - Diplopia - Directed attention fatigue - Disordered eating - Dizziness - Drooling - Drop attack - Dysdiadochokinesia - Dysesthesia - Dysmetria - Dyspepsia - Dysphagia - Dyspnea - Dysuria - Epistaxis - Erythema chronicum migrans - Euthymia (medicine) - Exercise induced nausea - Exercise intolerance - Eye circles - Fainting - Fasciculation - Fatigue (medical) - Fever - Fever of unknown origin - Flaccid paralysis - Focal seizures - Form constant - Formication - Galactorrhea - Gelastic seizure - Globus pharyngis - Glossodynia - Haemolacria - Hairy leukoplakia - Hallucination - Headache - Heartburn - Hematemesis - Hemiplegia - Hemoptysis - Herxheimer reaction - Hiccup - Hyperesthesia - Hyperpyrexia - Hyperreflexia - Hyperventilation - Hypoesthesia - Hypotonia - Hypoventilation - Ideas of reference - Indigestion - Inflammation - Intermittent claudication - Intrusive thoughts - Itch - Jacksonian seizure - Koilocyte - Koilocytosis - Lightheadedness - Low back pain - Mass effect (medicine) - Medically unexplained physical symptoms - Melena - Meteoropathy - Milia - Monoarthritis - Mucopurulent discharge - Mucositis - Muscle weakness - Myalgia - Myerson's sign - Myxedematous psychosis - Nasal congestion - Nausea - Nocturia - Obdormition - Oculogyric crisis - Orchialgia - Oscillopsia - Overeating - Palpitation - Parageusia - Paralysis - Paresthesia - Paronychia - Paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea - Pathognomonic - Pel-Ebstein fever - Polydipsia - Polyuria - Postoperative fever - Prodrome - Pruritus ani - Pseudodiarrhea - Psychogenic polydipsia - Purpura - Radial neuropathy - Rash - Renal colic - Retching - Rhinorrhea - Rigor (medicine) - SLUD - Seizure - Self-hatred - Smoker's cough - Sputum - Stomatitis - Strangury - Stupor - Symptom - Tardive dyskinesia - Tetanic contraction - Tetany (medical sign) - Tic - Tonic-clonic seizure - Tourettism - Traveler's diarrhea - Tremor - Ulcer - Urinary retention - Urinary urgency - Vaginal bleeding - Vertigo (medical) - Vomiting - Waxy flexibility - Weight loss - Xerostomia


Prevention[edit]

Abductor wedge - Air ioniser - Air purifier - Alyx - Ankle-foot orthosis - Artificial limb - Asthma spacer - AutoAnalyzer - Autoclave - Autoclave tape - Autoinjector - Automated external defibrillator - Bag valve mask - Banana bag - Barouh Berkovits - Becton Dickinson - Bedpan - Bili light - Bioartificial liver device - Biotelemetry - Blood-sampling device - Bodok seal - Bone wax - CPR mask - Cannula - Cardiopulmonary bypass - Carotid Doppler machine - Cath lab - Caustic pencil - Cerebral shunt - Cervical collar - Clyster - Contrast-enhanced ultrasound - Cooling vest - Crash cart - Crosby-Kugler capsule - Crutch - Cutting balloon - Davis & Geck - Defibrillation - Diathermy - Duoderm - Durable medical equipment - EasyStand - Electric Heating Pouch - Electromagnetic Diaphragm - Emesis basin - Endobronchial valve - Endoscopy - Endotracheal tube - Esthesiometer - Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation - Face shield - Fetal stethoscope - Fetoscopy - Fiberscope - Forceps in childbirth - French catheter scale chart - Gait belt - Gamgee Tissue - Gauze - Global Harmonization Task Force - Guglielmi Detachable Coil - Halo (medicine) - Heating pad - Heparin-coated blood oxygenator - High Frequency Ventilation - Home medical equipment - Horsley-Clarke apparatus - Hot water bottle - Hoveround - Hydrocollator - Hyfrecator - Hyperbaric medicine - Hypodermic needle - Infusion pump - Jet injector - Jet ventilation - Karman cannula - Kelly forceps - Kidney dish - Laryngoscope - Laser microtome - Ligature (medicine) - Lithotriptor - Litter (rescue basket) - Liver dialysis - Luminetx Corporation - Lung counter - MENS - MedicAlert - Medical device - Medical equipment - Medical gloves - Medical maggots - Medical monitor - Medical pipeline gas supply - Medical ultrasonography - Medrad Inc. - Military Anti-Shock Trousers - Mobility scooter - Multileaf collimator - Nasal cannula - Nasogastric intubation - Nasopharyngeal airway - Nebulizer - Needle gauge comparison chart - Orchidometer - Orthosis - Osteomed - Ostomy pouching system - Otoscope - Oxygen concentrator - Oxygen mask - PFLEX - Palatal obturator - Peak flow meter - Pedorthist - Peep Valve - Pegleg - Pessary - Pill splitting - Plethysmograph - Positive airway pressure - Prosorba column - Prosthesis - Punctal plugs - Reflex hammer - Respironics, Inc. - Resuscitator - SAM Splint - Scanning laser ophthalmoscopy - Scrubs (clothing) - Sengstaken-Blakemore tube - Sensitive Skin - Sharko Shower - Silvercel - Simple face mask - Smart Shirt - Smart wheelchair - Sonicaid - Sound (medical instrument) - Speculum (medical) - Sphygmomanometer - Spinal cord stimulator - Spinal fixation device - Standing frame - Stethoscope - Stretcher - Support surface - Surgical cast - Surgical mask - Surgical tourniquet - Syrette - Syringe - Sysmex XT-2000i - Tonometry - Tourniquet - Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator - Transtibial prosthesis - Trocar - Truss (medicine) - Tubex - Unna's boot - Urine collection device - User:Owain.davies/Defibrillation - Vacutainer - Vaginal ring - Varian Medical Systems - Ventouse - Venturi mask - Videoscope - Vista imaging - Wartenberg wheel - Watson capsule - Wheelbench - Wheelchair - Whirlwind wheelchair - Worth 4 dot test

Medical tests[edit]

Abdominojugular test - Abreugraphy - Agar diffusion test - Alpha wave - Ankle brachial pressure index - Anoscopy - Apley grind test - Apt test - Arterial blood gas - Assessment of suicide risk - Auscultation - Autoinoculation - BASDAI - Bence Jones protein - Biological Terrain Assessment - Biopsy - Blood culture - Blood glucose monitoring - Bloodletting - Bone marrow examination - Bone mineral density - CHADS Score - Capnography - Captopril challenge test - Cardiac catheterization - Cardiotocograph - Cardiotocography - Central venous pressure - Cervical conization - Colonoscopy - Coombs test - Cystoscopy - Diagnostic test - Diascopy - Differential staining - Dilute Russell's viper venom time - Direct agglutination test - Duplex ultrasound - EEG-fMRI - Electrocardiogram - Electrocorticography - Electroencephalography - Electromyography - Electronystagmography - Electrooculography - Electrophysiology study - Electroretinography - Endoluminal capsule monitoring - Endoscopy - Enzyme Multiplied Immunoassay Technique - Epworth Sleepiness Scale - Erythromycin breath test - Esophageal motility study - European data format - Evoked potential - Eye examination - Flatline - Flow cytometry - Fluid deprivation test - Functional magnetic resonance imaging - Glucose meter - Gonioscopy - Hamster test - Harvard Step Test - Hearing test - Helium dilution technique - Hexaxial reference system - High resolution manometry - Hirschberg test - Hosaka-Cohen Transformation - Hydrogen Breath Test - Immunoassay - Intraoperative monitoring - Intravenous pyelogram - Keidel vacuum - Kirby-Bauer antibiotic testing - Kymograph - Langleys nicotine test - Lepromin - Lower gastrointestinal series - Lumbar puncture - Lydia Fairchild - Lymph node biopsy - Lymphangiogram - MAG3 scan - Magnetocardiography - Magnetoencephalography - Mechanomyogram - Medical laboratory - Medical test - Mixing test - Mouthwash test - Mu wave - Multifocal technique - Muscle biopsy - Nardi test - Needle aspiration biopsy - Nerve biopsy - Nerve conduction study - Neurofeedback - Neuromonitoring - Neuromuscular diagnostic - Nikolsky's sign - Noninvasive glucose - Oncotype DX - Pack year - Palpation - Patch test - Percussion (medicine) - Peripheral vascular examination - Peritoneal equilibration test - Phalen's maneuver - Phi complex - Phonomyography - Photoplethysmograph - Polypectomy - Positron emission tomography - Postcoital test - Precordial examination - Pregnancy test - Procalcitonin - Prostate biopsy - Protein electrophoresis - Pulmonary capillary wedge pressure - Pulse oximetry - Queckenstedt's maneuver - Rabbit test - Radionuclide cisternogram - Rapid urease test - Respiratory examination - STD testing - Scanning laser polarimetry - Schick test - Schumm test - Scintillography - Screening (medicine) - Screening cultures - Sestamibi scan - Siascopy - Sigmoidoscopy - Somatosensory evoked potentials - Sphygmograph - Sputum culture - Stethoscope - StomaphyX - String galvanometer - Sweat test - TLCO - Temperature measurement - Test panel - Test sensitivity - Thoracentesis - Tilt table test - Tine test - Tissue typing - Tomography - Tourniquet test - Transcranial doppler - Trough levels - TruTest - Tzanck test - Unterberger test - Urea breath test - Urodynamics - Uroscopy - User:TCOMW - User:TCOMW/Magnetocardiography - Venography - Ventilation/perfusion scan - Viral culture - Viral load - Virtual colonoscopy - Visual evoked potential - Vital signs - Voiding cystourethrogram

First aid[edit]

ABC (medical) - AVPU - Adhesive bandage - Airway management - Artificial respiration - AutoPulse - Band-Aid - Bandage - Bee sting - Boracic lint - Cardiopulmonary resuscitation - Certified first responder - Characteristics of common wasps and bees - Choking - Cold compression therapy - Cotton pad - Dressing (medical) - EMT basic skills - Elastic bandage - Emergency action principles - Emergency bleeding control - Emergency medical technician - EpiPen - Epistaxis - Esmarch bandage - Field dressing (bandage) - First Aid Basics - First aid - First aid kit - Golden hour (medicine) - Good Samaritan law - Henry Heimlich - History of CPR - In case of emergency - Incident Commander - Insect bites and stings - Lifeguard - Long spine board - MedicAlert - Medical gloves - Moulage - NIBHV - Occlusive dressing - Oropharyngeal airway - Peep Valve - Poison control center - QuikClot - Recovery position - Self adhering bandage - Smart Shirt - South African EMS - Space blanket - Star of Life - Starr sting pain scale - Stop, drop and roll - Street medic - Surgical tape - Tracheal fracture - Twinject - Vial of Life - Wayne first aid squad - Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician - Wilderness First Responder - Wilderness first aid - Wound


Medical treatments[edit]

Abdominal etching - Abdominoplasty - Acne scar treatment - Addiction medicine - Adverse effect (medicine) - Ambulatory phlebectomy - Apheresis - Arthrocentesis - Artificial extracorporeal liver support - Ashley Treatment - Automated lamellar keratoplasty - Automatic Positive Airway Pressure - Bedrest - Bioartificial liver device - Bioelectrification - Biotherapy - Bloodletting - Catheter ablation - Catholicon (electuary) - Cauterization - Celacade - Chelation therapy - Chronotherapy - Combination therapy - Computer physician order entry - Confection of hyacinth - Cranial Electrobiological Stimulation - Cranial electrotherapy stimulation - Cryosurgery - Cyanoacrylate - David E Smith - Debridement - Dermabrasion - Detoxification - Dietary treatments for multiple sclerosis - Directly observed treatment - Discolysis - Distal splenorenal shunt procedure - Dornase alfa - Dry powder inhaler - EBOO - Electrotherapeutics - Electrotherapy - Empirical treatment - Endometrial ablation - Enteral therapy - Exchange transfusion - Extracorporeal shockwave therapy - Facelift - Folk medicine - Galvanic bath - Gastric lavage - Growth attenuation - Heating pad - Heliox - Hemofiltration - Hemoperfusion - Hijama - Hip fracture treatment - Home remedy - Hormone therapy - Hot water bottle - Hyperbaric medicine - Ice pack - Immunotherapy - Inferior vena cava filter - Inhalation therapy - International Union of Medical and Applied Bioelectrography - Intramuscular injection - Intraosseous infusion - Intraosseous injection - Intrathecal - Intravenous immunoglobulin - Intravenous therapy - Intravitreal administration - Ionotophoresis - Isocentric technique - LASIK - LASIK MD - LDL apheresis - Laparoscopic surgery - Leukapheresis - Lipid rescue - Lipodissolve - Liposuction - Lipotomy - Liver dialysis - Maggot therapy - Medical laserology - Medical maggots - Medical meditation - Medicinal properties - Medroxyprogesterone acetate treatment - Metabolic Activation Therapy - Microcurrent electrobiological - Nasal spray - Nasogastric intubation - Negative Pressure Wound Therapy - Nicoderm - Oncothermia - Oral rehydration therapy - Osmotherapy - Otoplasty - PFLEX - Pastille - Patient safety - Pentastarch - Pentavalent antimonial - Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation (PTNS) - Photobiomodulation - Photopheresis - Photorefractive keratectomy - Photothermal Therapy - Phrenic Nerve Pacing - Pink lady (medicine) - Plasmapheresis - Plombage - Polysomnogram - Positive airway pressure - Post-exposure prophylaxis - Poultice - Pre-exposure prophylaxis - Precordial thump - Pyrazinamide - RICE (medicine) - RNTCP - Radial keratotomy - Redcord - Reflexlocomotion - Respimat - Respiratory therapy - Retinal implant - Rhizotomy - Route of administration - Salvage therapy - Somnoplasty - Stem cell transplantation - Sublingual immunotherapy - Tamagozake - Telepsychiatry - ThAIRapy Vest - Therapeutic effect - Therapies for multiple sclerosis - Therapies under investigation for multiple sclerosis - Thickened fluids - Thoracentesis - Tibial plateau leveling osteotomy - Time delay toxin activation - Tinnitus retraining therapy - Transillumination - Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt - Trevor Marshall - Tuberculosis treatment - Ultrasound-enhanced systemic thrombolysis - Umbilicoplasty - Unproven cancer therapy - Urinary catheterization - Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty - Whole bowel irrigation



Human anatomy[edit]

Regional groups[edit]

Major organ systems[edit]

Superficial anatomy[edit]

Superficial anatomy or surface anatomy is important in human anatomy being the study of anatomical landmarks that can be readily identified from the contours or other reference points on the surface of the body.[1] With knowledge of superficial anatomy, physicians gauge the position and anatomy of the associated deeper structures.

Common names of well known parts of the human body, from top to bottom:

Internal organs[edit]

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Heart and Lungs

Common names of internal organs (in alphabetical order) :

Adrenals — Appendix — Bladder — Brain — Eyes — Gall bladder — Heart — Intestines — Kidney — Liver — Lungs — Esophagus — Ovaries — Pancreas — Parathyroids — Pituitary — Prostate — Spleen — Stomach — Testicles — Thymus — Thyroid — Veins — Uterus

Brain[edit]

Main article: Human brain

Amygdala — Brain stem — Cerebellum — Cerebral cortex — Limbic system — medulla — midbrain — pons

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