English translation: normally shaped head, not caused by trauma. 13:07 Aug 20, 2004. English language (monolingual) [PRO] Medical - Medical: Health Care. English term or phrase: normocephalic atraumatic. via
What does the word atraumatic mean?
1 : designed to minimize tissue damage : not causing injury or trauma atraumatic sutures atraumatic grasping forceps The ultrasonic aspirator, which combines a vibrating head with suction to remove tissue, has made atraumatic removal of tumors from cranial nerves and important cortical areas possible.— via
What do Normocephalic mean?
"Normocephalic (literally translated means 'normal head') is a medical term referring to a person whose head and all major organs of the head are in a normal condition and without significant abnormalities." via
What does Organomegaly mean?
Organomegaly (a.k.a. visceromegaly or, the archaic splanchnomegaly) is the general term for the enlargement of an organ (or organs). via
Is atraumatic a medical term?
not producing injury or damage. via
What is the difference between traumatic and atraumatic?
Theoretically, atraumatic needles dilate the dural fibres, splaying them during the procedure, and following removal of the needle, allow them to gradually return to their original position, in contrast to traumatic needles, which tear and damage the dural tissue. via
How do you say Normocephalic? (video)
How do you use Normocephalic in a sentence?
“HEENT: normocephalic, atraumatic.” With the exception of Joseph Merrick, who lived in the 19th century and was known as “The Elephant Man,” just about every person I have ever seen is normocephalic. And other than those who have suffered an injury, the heads of most patients show no trauma. via
What is neck supple?
The use of the word "supple" to describe the neck is referring to the fact that it can be easily bent. Also, meningitis is not the most common cause of neck pain and fever. Many common problems (such as mononucleosis or strep throat) can also cause this. via
What is the opposite of Normocephalic?
Opposite of having a normal-sized head. brachycephalic. plagiocephalic. scaphocephalic. via
What causes Organomegaly?
Finding of Organomegaly
Hepatomegaly and splenomegaly are often seen in patients with amyloidosis, sarcoidosis, AIDS, and collagen-vascular diseases. Chronic alcohol abuse also can lead to hepatosplenomegaly, as can a variety of heritable causes of peripheral neuropathy, such as Tangier disease. via
What does Visceromegaly mean?
Visceromegaly is enlargement of the organs inside the abdomen, such as the liver, spleen, stomach, kidneys, or pancreas. via
What causes Visceromegaly?
It has been demonstrated that IGF2 overexpression is caused by somatic structural alterations of the 11p15 locus, such as paternal isodisomy (loss of the maternal allele and duplication of the paternal allele) and loss of imprinting because of demethylation of the maternal allele [40,41]. via