Category Archive: Medical

Nov 06

Briefs And Phrases From National Geographic: Skin

National Geographic Skin

there is= THR-S inside= N-DZ itches= IFPS aches= AEKS miraculously= MIRBLG/L*UFL millennia= MA/LEN/YA* tattoo= TAOUT amazing= MAEGS situation= SWAIGS culture= KLUR person= PERN all the= AULT protects= PROEKTS unites= YAOINTS divides= DWAOIDZ microscopic= MAOIRK/SKO*PK cellular= SLAOUR system= ST-M you= U navigate= NAFGT extreme= STREM customs= KUFMS culture= KLUR what is= WHAS ignoring= GORG hundreds= HUNS …

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Oct 30

Medical Monday: Laliatry

Laliatry is: “The branch of medicine which studies disorders of speech.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: laliatry= LA/LAOI/TR*I OPTION #2: laliatry= LA/LAOI/TRAO*E OPTION #3: laliatry= LA/LAOI/A/TR*I OPTION #4: laliatry= LA/LAOI/A/TRAO*E

Oct 23

Medical Monday: Kyphosis

Kyphosis is defined an: “Unnatural curving of the upper back that creates a hunchback appearance in the posture. [It is] often associated with osteoporosis.” Kyphosis is also known as “dowager’s hump.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: kyphosis= KAOIFZ OPTION #2: kyphosis= KAOI/FOEZ OPTION #3: kyphosis= KAOI/FO*EZ OPTION #4: kyphosis= KAOI/FOE/S*IS

Oct 19

Briefs And Phrases From National Geographic: How To Build A Beating Heart

National Geographic How To Build A Beating Heart

imagine= MAJ you need= UFRN years old= YAOERLDZ heart= HART she needs= SHEFRNS transplant= TRANLT patients= PAIRBTS option= OPGS replace= PLAEFR organ= GORN we could= WEKD I think= AOING regenerative= JEFRNT body= BOED organs= GORNZ vision= VIGS to do= TAOD really= R-L replacement= PLAEFRMT transplanted= TRANLTD simply= SOIM finger= FIRNG extremity= STREMT object= OBT eventually= …

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Oct 02

Medical Monday: Insufflate

To insufflate is “to blow (air, medicinal gas, etc.) into an opening or upon some part of the body.” MACHINE BRIEFS: OPTION #1: insufflate= IN/SUF/LA*IT OPTION #2: insufflate= IN/SA/FLA*IT

Sep 25

Medical Monday: Ileitis

Ileitis is the inflammation of the ileum (the lower three fifths of the small intestine). Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: ileitis= IL/YAOITS OPTION #2: ileitis= IL/YAO*ITS OPTION #3: ileitis= IL/YI/AOITS OPTION #4: ileitis= IL/YI/AOI/T*IS OPTION #5: ileitis= IL/YI/AOIT/T*IS OPTION #6: ileitis= IL/YI/AOIT/*IS

Aug 28

Medical Monday: Fornix

The fornix is: “The bands of white fibers beneath the corpus callosum of the brain, connecting the two hemispheres of the cerebellum.” Machine Brief: fornix= FOR/N*IX

Aug 21

Medical Monday: Hypobarism

Hypobarism is: “A condition brought about when the pressure of the gases within the body is in excess of the atmospheric pressure.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: hypobarism= HOIP/BAR/*IFM OPTION #2: hypobarism= HOIP/BAR/R*IFM OPTION #3: hypobarism= HAOI/POE/BAR/*IFM OPTION #4: hypobarism= HAOI/POE/BAR/IFM OPTION #5: hypobarism= HAOI/POE/BAR/R*IFM OPTION #6: hypobarism= HAOI/PA/BAR/*IFM OPTION #7: hypobarism= HAOI/PA/BAR/R*IFM OPTION #8: hypobarism= …

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Aug 14

Medical Monday: Human Anatomy- Organs

Human Organs

Jul 24

Medical Monday: Heteroplasty

Heteroplasty is defined as: “A plastic operation in which the portion grafted is taken from an organism or person other than the patient.” Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: heteroplasty= HET/ROE/PLAS/T*I OPTION #2: heteroplasty= HET/ROE/PLAS/TAO*E OPTION #3: heteroplasty= HET/ROE/PLAFT/YI OPTION #4: heteroplasty= HET/ROE/PLA*EFT OPTION #5: heteroplasty= HET/RA/PLAS/T*I OPTION #6: heteroplasty= HET/RA/PLAS/TAO*E OPTION #7: heteroplasty= HET/RA/PLAFT/YI OPTION #8: …

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