Stoma (sto'mah). Any opening on a free surface; mouth-like opening.
Subdiaphragmatic (sub"di-ah-frag-mat'ik). Situated under the diaphragm.
Symptomatic (simp"to-mat'ik). Pertaining to a symptom.
Syncope (sin'ko-pe). Fainting; temporary loss of consciousness.
Synovial (si-no've-al). Pertaining to the secretion of fluid in joint cavities.
Thoracolumbar (tho"rah-ko-lum'bar). Pertaining to the thoracic and lumbar portions of
Thoracotomy (tho"rah-kot'o-me). Surgical incision of the wall of the chest.
Thrombosis (throm-bo'sis). A formation of a plug or blood clot in a blood vessel or in
Tracheotomy (tra"ke-ot'o-me). Incision of the trachea through the skin muscle of the
Tsutsugamushi (soot"soo-gah-moosh'e). Scrub typhus.
Tuberculosis (too-ber"ku-lo'sis). An infectious disease especially of the lungs.
Urethra (u-re'thrah). The canal through which urine is discharged from the bladder to
Uterus (u'ter-us). Womb of a female.
Vascular (vas'ku-lar). Pertaining to vessels
Vasoconstriction (vas"o-kon-strik'shun). The narrowing of the blood vessels.
Vertigo (ver'ti-go). Sensation of movement.
Vesical (ves'I-kal). Pertaining to the urinary bladder.
Vesicorectal (ves"I-ko-rek'tal). Pertaining to the urinary bladder and rectum.