A type of skin blemish.
A microscopic particle of matter that is measured on the nanoscale, usually one that measures less than 100 nanometers.
A sleep disorder in which there are episodes of temporary cessation of breathing (lasting 10 seconds or longer) during sleep
A sleep disorder characterised by chronic daytime sleepiness with recurrent episodes of sleep occuring throughout the day.
Relating to the nose
A growth in the lining of the nose.
The partition that divides the nose cavity into two nostrils
A tube passed through the nose into the stomach.
The passage connecting the nasal cavity behind the nose to the top of the throat.
A set of perceptions often experienced by those near to death, or who have died clinically and are subsequently revived. Frequent features are a sense of detachment from the body, sometimes levitating out of it, seeing a tunnel of light and usually feelings of serenity (but occasionally terror).
A class of antiviral drugs that act against the influenza virus.
Death of cells or tissue in the body due to disease, injury or impaired blood supply.
A complication arising from a biopsy whereby the tumour cells are released into the surrounding tissues.
Lack of attention or disregard; a condition in which one side of the body or visual field are neglected.
Relating to the newborn baby.
A newborn baby.
An abnormal proliferation of cells
Any malignant growth.
The formation of new, abnormally fragile blood vessels.
The surgical removal of a kidney.
Inflammation of the kidney.
A medical condition in which the kidney is unable to conserve water.