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This hormone can cause the prostate gland to grow abnormally. Also known as a tummy tuck. Often occurs on the surface of the skin. ACE: Abbreviation for angiotensin-converting enzyme, an enzyme that converts the inactive form of the protein angiotensin angiotensin I to its active form—angiotensin II.
ACE inhibitor: Abbreviation of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor, a drug used to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart failure.
The ball-shaped portion at the top of the thighbone fits into this space to form the hip joint. Achilles' tendon: A band of connective tissue that connects the calf muscle to the heel bone.
This can affect digestion, cause stomach pain, and keep the body from absorbing vitamins and nutrients. This is the most advanced stage of infection with the human immunodeficiency virus HIV , which can severely weaken the immune system.
People with AIDS get many infections, often from diseases that don't affect people with healthy immune systems.
Actinic keratosis may be a precursor to skin cancer. Thin needles are inserted into the skin at specific points on the body.
This therapy is used to treat pain and various health problems and to reduce stress. Causes include an enlarged prostate gland in men or bladder muscle problems. This tissue lines organs and structures in the body, protecting or enclosing them.
Usually abbreviated as ATP. The Adequate Intake is used when there isn't enough information to set a recommended dietary allowance RDA. For example, using chemotherapy after surgery or radiation treatment for cancer.
Changes include faster heartbeat, more rapid breathing, greater energy, and higher blood pressure. Also called epinephrine.
Often used to describe a form of exercise, aerobic exercise. Examples include brisk walking, running, or cycling.
Often due to a brain or neurological condition. AIDS: abbreviation for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, the most advanced stage of infection with the human immunodeficiency virus HIV. Abnormal levels of this substance may indicate liver or kidney disease.
Sometimes referred to as ADH. Also known as alcoholism. Different alleles produce variations in inherited characteristics, such as eye color. The most common type of allergy, it is caused by an IgE-mediated immune response to inhaled airborne allergens.
Also used to treat some prostate gland problems. Alpha blockers are also known as alpha-adrenergic antagonists, alpha-adrenergic blocking agents, and alpha-adrenergic blockers. They are where oxygen enters and carbon dioxide leaves the bloodstream. Alzheimer's disease: A progressive brain disease that causes memory loss, impaired thinking, and personality changes.
AMD: Abbreviation for age-related macular degeneration, a potentially blinding condition that destroys sharp central vision. Amsler grid: A tool used to check for vision problems, particularly macular degeneration. The grid looks like graph paper with a dot in the center.
Often refers to a form of short, high intensity exercise, known as anaerobic exercise.
August 2, Gravity hurts: you can feel it hoisting a loaded backpack or pushing a bike up a hill. But lack of gravity hurts, too: when astronauts return from long-term stints in space, they sometimes need to be carried away in stretchers.
Examples include sprinting and weight lifting. The condition appears to involve a heightened response by the hair follicle to androgen levels in the body.