The means of producing immunity by stimulating the formation of antibodies.
The muscula passage, forming part of the femal reproductive system, between the cervix and the external genitalia.
Inflammation of the vagina.
A structure that allows fluid to flow in one direction only, preventing backflow.
Liable to vary or change.
Another name for chickenpox.
Enlargement of the veins in the scrotum.
A vein that is swollen, distended and twisted, usually due to weakness of its valves.
The tube that conveys sperm out of the testicle in a male.
Relating to blood vessels.
A form of dementia caused by impaired blood supply to the brain.
Abnormalities in the blood vessels.
Disorders characterised by inflammation of the blood vessels.
Inflammation of blood vessels
The operation of male sterilisation.
A temporary widening or expansion of blood vessels to allow increased blood flow
A runny nose (rhinitis) due to congestion that is not caused by infection or allergy. It may be a response to irritation of the nasal lining, such as by pollution, or to drugs or strong emotions.
A blood vessel that carries blood towards the heart.
Short, fine, barely noticeable hair.
A diagnostic procedure that allows veins to be seen undrr X-ray after they have been injected with a special substance that is opaque to X-rays. It is used to detect abnormalities or disease of the veins.
A diagnostic procedure that enables veins to be seen by x-ray and is used to detect abnormality or disease of the veins.