Nephrolithiasis (nef"ro-li-thi'ah-sis). Condition characterized by presence of stones in
Neppropexy (nef'ro-pek"se). Suspension of a floating kidney.
Neuralgia (noo-ral'je-ah). Pain in one or more nerves.
Neurology (noo-rol'o-je). Study of the nervous system.
Neuropsychiatry (noo"ro-si"ki'ah-tre). A branch of medicine including neurology and
Neurosis (noo-ro'sis). A disorder of the nervous system.
Nocturia (nok-tu're-ah). Excessive urination at night.
Nuchal (nu'kal). Pertaining to the back of the neck.
Oculomotor (ok"u-lo-mo'tor). Pertaining to the movement of the eyeball.
Oculus (ok'u-lus). The eye.
Onychomcosis (on"i-ko-mi-ko'sis). A disease of the fingernails and toenails.
Oophorectomy (o"of-o-rek'to-me). Surgical removal of one or more ovaries.
Oophoritis (o"of-o-ri'tis). Inflammation of an ovary.
Ophthalmology (of"thal-mol'o-je). The branch of medicine concerning the eye.
Orchitis (or-ki'tis). Inflammation of a testis.
Oropharynx (o"ro-far'inks). Part of the pharynx between the soft palate and the upper
edge of the epiglottis.
Orthodontist (or"tho-don'tist). A dentist who specializes in prevention and correction of
teeth with facial problems.
Orthopedics (or"tho-pe'diks). Pertaining to that branch of surgery that restores functions
of the skeletal system.
Osseous (os'e-us). Bony.