A condition of the hearing.
A substance present in the blood, especially in excess.
Leading or promoting.
Coal or carbon; a carbuncle.
A disease or other medical condition.
An immature or embryonic cell.
A tumour, swelling, or hernia.
A puncture or perforation of a body cavity.
A disorder of the skin.
Surgical removal of all or part of a specified organ.
Old age or old people.
Medical practice or treatment.
A physician or medical treatment.
Immune or immunity.
Fibrous tissue or muscle.
The nucleus of a cell.
Morbid sexual arousal.
A speech condition or disorder.
Disintegration or decomposition.
Abnormal softening of a tissue.
Medicine plus another field.
Abnormal enlargement of part of the body.
An abnormal condition of a limb.
A condition of the eye.
An antibiotic compound derived from fungi.
Stupor, drowsiness, or insensibility; the illicit production and use of drugs.
Nerves or the nervous system.
Specialisms in dentistry.
A tumour or other abnormal growth.
A condition of the nails.
A visual disorder.
A defect of vision.
Abstract nouns of action, state, or process.
An abnormal condition of the sense of smell.
Child; relating to children.
Body cavity; hollow structure.
Disease or disorder; treatment of disease.
Deficiency in a component of the blood.
Surgical operation for fixing an organ in position.
Extreme or irrational fear or dislike.
The pleurae; the side of the body.
The number of sets of chromosomes in a cell.
Tissue in the nervous system; grey matter.
The mind; psychology.
Saliva; salivary gland.
The pelvis of the kidney.
An excessive flow or discharge.
Surgical sewing or suturing.
A part of a body, especially a cell.
The breath; breathing.
A surgical operation to create an opening in an organ.
Connective tissue, especially ligaments.
A tube or long cavity; a fistula.
Monsters or abnormal forms.
A layer of body tissue.
A condition of the mind.
An instrument for cutting; a section or segment.
Muscle tone or tension; a personality state.
A substance present in the urine, especially in excess.
A varicose vein.
A blister; the urinary bladder.
The yolk of an egg.