A type of lymphocyte, a white blood cell that fights infection.
A kind of lymphocyte, a type of white blood cell that fights infection.
A rare complication of untreated syphilis.
An abnormally fast heart rate of over 100 beats per minute
Relating to the sense of touch.
total abdominal hysterectomy
Therapies that target specific cellular processes in abnormal cells without harming healthy cells.
tired all the time’
The abbreviation for tuberculosis, an infectious disease.
An abbreviation for total body irradiation, a type of radiotherapy given to the whole body to destroy bone marrow cells in preparation for stem cell or bone marrow transplantation.
An abbreviation for tricyclic antidepressant drug.
Small red spots or spidery lines on the skin due to enlarged capillaries.
Telephone or internet use to obtain advice from experts at another site.
Telephone or internet use to obtain advice in the treatment of stroke from experts at another site.
A form of non-scarring alopcia characterised by extreme hair loss.
A medical term meaning of or near the temples.
An uncommon disease, usually affecting older people, in which the walls of the arteries in the scalp over the temples become inflamed.
A part of the brain at the side of the head, beneath the temples, and responsible for the interpretation of hearing as well as speech, language, memory and other perceptions.
The joint between the lower jaw bone and the skull.
The frequent need to defecate, or pass stool, while passing no faeces or only a small amount.
The surgical cutting of a tendon.
A type of headache due to tightness of the muscles of the neck and scalp when someone feels stressed.
A rare tumour containing many different types of cell
The male sex organs, also called testicles,
that produce sperm and the hormone testosterone.