All entries of category 'medicine'

Vulcan English Description Category
(bezhun-)zaneshu eyeglasses a pair of corrective lenses mounted in a frame and held in position in front of the eyes medicine
(nafek-)set prolapse to fall or slip out of place; the falling down or slipping out of place of an organ or part, such as the uterus medicine
(og-)lum needle a small, slender implement used for sewing/surgical suturing, made of polished steel and having an eye at one end thro which thread is passed (noun) medicine
(patam-)wadi-grazhiv dandruff a condition in which white scales of dead skin are shed by the scalp medicine
(pid-)mau-tan plethora an excess of blood in the circulatory system or in one organ or area medicine
(ritsuri) bezhun-ne'hish-nosh glaucoma increased pressure in the eyeball due to obstruction of the outflow of aqueous humor; damages the optic disc and impairs vision medicine
(ritsuri) pla-wadi-nosh cyanosis a bluish discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes; a sign that oxygen in the blood is dangerously diminished (as in carbon monoxide poisoning); lack of oxygen medicine
(tvi-)zan-vel t'pekh-vat proctoscope an instrument consisting of a tube or speculum equipped with a light, used to examine the rectum medicine
(wadi-)wufkau-tukh astringent a drug that causes contraction of body tissues and canals (noun) medicine
-snem surgical removal suffix used to indicate a surgical removal of a part medicine
a'i'lir cough the act of exhaling air suddenly with a noise; sudden expulsion of air from the lungs that clears the air passages; a common symptom of upper respiratory infection or bronchitis or pneumonia or tuberculosis (noun) medicine
a'sik cancer any of various malignant neoplasms characterized by the proliferation of anaplastic cells that tend to invade surrounding tissue and metastasize to new body sites (Marketa) medicine
abruven-esh-nosh orthopnea a form of dyspnea in which the person can breathe comfortably only when standing or sitting erect medicine
ach'rk'mn'tar seasonal affective disorder too much grey sky sickness, winter depression syndrome medicine
aishan-tal etiology study of the causes of disease medicine
akan(-) ecdemic a disease carried to a region from without; not endemic, nor an epidemic medicine
alem-ashauk halophilic requiring a high concentration of salt for growth medicine
alem-hishel salt stress salt stress medicine
alem-sis salt depletion the loss of salt from the body without replacement (from vomiting, profuse perspiration, urination, diarrhea) thus upsetting the electrolyte balance medicine
alemik saline (solution) a saline solution, especially one that is isotonic with blood and is used in medicine and surgery medicine
amp crazy crazy/insane/mad/frantic/in a frenzy by some standard of sanity medicine
analged general analgesic a general analgesic used on Vulcans, Rigellians, and other copper-based blood chemistries (source: Orion Press Lexicon) medicine
ash'ya-fam footless having no feet or analogous appendages medicine
ashenek levator a surgical instrument for lifting the depressed fragments of a fractured skull medicine
aushfa-pthak zoophobia an abnormal fear of animals medicine
bali-bru-nosh pachycheilia an abnormal thickness of the lips medicine
bali-wadi-nosh pachyderma thickening of the skin (usually unilateral on an extremity) caused by congenital enlargement of lymph vessel and lymph vessel obstruction medicine
ben-gun therapy treatment of illness or disability; healing power or quality; physiotherapy medicine
Bendii Syndrome Vulcan "Alzheimer's" a rare usually fatal disease that afflicts Vulcans over the age of 200, debilitating their emotional control medicine
bezhun-his eyestrain weariness or discomfort of the eye caused by excessive or improper use medicine
bezhun-mashaya lacrimation secretion of tears, especially in excess medicine
bezhun-shivaya ophthalmoplegia paralysis of the motor nerves of the eye medicine
bezhun-snem ophthalmectomy surgical removal of an eye medicine
bezhun-tal ophthalmology the branch of medicine that deals with the anatomy, functions, pathology, and treatment of the eye medicine
bezhun-wadi-has keratopathy any corneal disease, damage, dysfunction, or abnormality medicine
bezhun-wadi-kusut keratalgia a pain in the cornea medicine
bezhun-wadi-yonshaya keratitis inflammation of the cornea medicine
bezhun-zan-vel ophthalmoscope medical instrument for examining the retina of the eye medicine
bohrau cure to provide a cure for, make healthy again (verb) medicine
bohrau-tukh curative a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain (noun) medicine
bohrau-yehat curable able to be cured; being such that curing or healing is possible medicine
bohraya cure a medicine or therapy that cures disease or relieve pain (noun) medicine
d'thin conscious knowing and perceiving; having awareness of surroundings and sensations and thoughts medicine
da-kuvaya t'khaf-spol-dvunek coronary circulation the circulation of blood in the blood vessels of the heart muscle medicine
dah-glan diplopia diplopia; double vision medicine
dah-glan double vision double vision medicine
dah-kur-zhelik glan-fam'es dichromatism a deficiency of color vision in which the person can match any given hue by mixing only two other wavelengths of light (as opposed to the three wavelengths needed by people with normal color vision) medicine
dah-shivaya paraplegia paralysis of the lower half of the body (most often as a result of trauma) medicine
dahli-neshan dissection dissection medicine
dahlik glan-nalatra-tin detached retina visual impairment resulting from the retina becoming separated from the choroid in the back of the eye; treated by photocoagulation medicine
dahs-krus exclave detached part of an organ medicine
dalphylene stimulant a stimulant for Vulcans suffering from neural shock (source: STTMP) medicine
dash injury damage or harm done to or suffered by a person or thing; aparticular form of hurt, damage, or loss medicine
dau-tukh hormone a substance, usually a peptide or steroid, produced by one tissue and conveyed by the bloodstream to another to effect physiological activity medicine
dhali-nesh-tor dissect to dissect; cut into pieces medicine
drahk-kusut pharyngodynia a pain in the pharynx medicine
drahk-yonshaya pharyngitis inflammation of the pharynx medicine
drizhaya pruritis itching of the skin medicine
dvunek-kusut myalgia muscular pain or tenderness, especially when diffuse and nonspecific medicine
dvunek-nala-tevakh myonecrosis localized death of muscle cell fibers medicine
dvunek-rasahtra myosarcoma sarcoma (cancer) of muscle tissue medicine
dvunek-slah-yonshaya fibromyositis a syndrome characterized by chronic pain in the muscles and soft tissues surrounding joints medicine
dvunek-tersayek-kusut tenodynia pain referring to a tendon; tendon pain medicine
dvunek-tersayek-yonshaya tendonitis inflammation of a tendon medicine
dvunek-yonshaya myositis inflammation of a muscle, especially a voluntary muscle, characterized by pain, tenderness, and sometimes spasm in the affected area medicine
dvunel-eik'es range of motion the range through which a joint can be moved, usually its range of flexion and extension medicine
dvunel-has-mar kinetosis the state of being dizzy or nauseated because of the motions that occur while traveling in or on a moving vehicle; motion sickness medicine
ek'kashan-ne-meil general anesthesia anesthesia characterized by unconsciousness, muscle relaxation, and loss of sensation over the entire body medicine
ek'khaf-spol-yonshaya pancarditis inflammation of the entire heart (the epicardium and the myocardium and the endocardium) medicine
ek'khafau exsanguinate to deprive of blood; bloodless; to bleed out all of your blood medicine
ek'khafaya exsanguination the process of expressing blood (bleeding) from a part medicine
ek'krus-snem enucleation removal of a tumour or structure from its capsule; removal of the eyeball medicine
ek'nala-dahsau-palikauk mitogenic an agent that triggers mitosis medicine
ek'nala-dahsaya mitosis cell division in which the nucleus divides into nuclei containing the same number of chromosomes medicine
ek'nehau decompose to separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts; to break down medicine
ek'nehau decomposition decaying caused by bacterial or fungal action; in a decomposed state; the organic phenomenon of rotting medicine
ek'pa-pthak paranoia a psychological disorder characterized by delusions of persecution or grandeur medicine
ek'sudef-snem panhysterectomy the surgical removal of the uterus and the ovaries and oviducts and cervix and related lymph nodes medicine
ek'tal-zup-shal laboratory laboratory; lab medicine
ek'tevakh brain death complete cessation of brainwave activity medicine
ek'vukhutik systemic relating to or affecting a particular body system, especially the nervous system: a systemic lesion; relating to or affecting the entire body or an entire organism medicine
el-klotau-vel embolus foreign body that forms an obstruction in a blood vessel medicine
elakh-yonshaya corditis inflammation of the spermatic cord medicine
elmuvak unction the act of anointing as part of a religious, ceremonial, or healing ritual; an ointment or oil; a salve; something that serves to soothe; a balm medicine
esh breath the air inhaled and exhaled in respiration medicine
esh-mev-klotaya airway obstruction any hindrance to the passage of air into and out of the lungs medicine
esh-mev-tu'ashan tracheotomy surgical incision of the trachea through the neck, as to make an artificial opening for breathing medicine
esh-mev-tu'ashan tracheostomy surgical construction of an opening in the trachea for the insertion of a catheter or tube to facilitate breathing; the opening so made medicine
esh-nala-yonshaya alveolitis inflammation of the alveoli in the lungs caused by inhaling dust; with repeated exposure the condition may become chronic medicine
esh-pehkaya-nosh apnea not breathing medicine
esh-tor breathe to inhale and exhale air, especially when naturally and freely (VLI) (verb) medicine
esh-tukh-tuhlek oxygen tank a metallic cannister that contains oxygen medicine
eshaf-mev- bronchial of or relating to the bronchi, the bronchia, or the bronchioles (adjective) medicine
eshaf-mev-klotaya pulmonary embolism the blockage of the pulmonary artery by foreign matter or by a blood clot medicine
eshaf-mev-yonshaya bronchitis chronic or acute inflammation of the mucous membrane of the bronchial tubes medicine
eshaf-mev-zanan bronchoscopy the procedure whereby a tubular illuminated instrument is used for inspecting or passing instruments into the bronchi medicine
eshaf-snem pneumonectomy surgical removal of all or part of a lung medicine
eshaf-yonshaya pneumonia an acute or chronic disease marked by inflammation of the lungs and caused by viruses, bacteria, or other microorganisms medicine
eshan breathing the act or process of respiration; a single breath medicine
fa-thakau-nosh myopia eyesight abnormality resulting from the eye's faulty refractive ability; distant objects appear blurred; near-sightedness medicine
faka hernia the protrusion of an organ or other bodily structure through the wall that normally contains it; a rupture medicine
fal-tor-voh cure for neurological disorder cure for neurological disorder that Tuvok suffered from (VOY: Endgame) medicine
falun-krus-masu electrolyte solution which is a conductor of electricity; can be found in the blood medicine
fam-esh-tukh anoxia without oxygen; a pathological deficiency of oxygen, especially hypoxia medicine
fam-kahf-meil anemia a pathological deficiency in the oxygen-carrying component of the blood medicine
fam-karik'es(-nosh) debility the state of being weak in health or body (especially from old age) medicine
fam-ketak-has kwashiorkor severe malnutrition in children resulting from a diet excessively high in carbohydrates and low in protein medicine
fam-khaf-meil acupria Vulcan "anemia" medicine
fam-khaf-meil Vulcan "anemia" acupria; Vulcan "anemia" medicine
fam-kursu albino a person with albinism: white hair and pink eyes and milky skin; a person or animal lacking normal pigmentation medicine
fam-sharushan-nosh atresia pathelogical closure of a normal anatomical opening; absence of a normal anatomical opening medicine
fe-keshtaik prenatal existing or occurring before birth medicine
fe-rasahtraik precancerous of, relating to, or being a condition that typically precedes or develops into a cancer medicine
fe-sharushanik preoperative occuring before surgery medicine
fe-vin-storaya prepuberty the period of life immediately before puberty, often marked by accelerated physical growth medicine
fek-talvot bacillus any rod-shaped microorganism medicine
felu-dahshaya onycholysis the separation or loosening of a fingernail or toenail from its nail bed medicine
felu-has onychosis any disease or disorder of the nails medicine
feshek-sharushan laparotomy surgical incision into the abdominal wall, especially into the flank medicine
feshek-zan-vel laparoscope a slender tubular endoscope that is inserted through an incision in the abdominal wall and used for viewing the abdominal or pelvic cavities medicine
fezhal-vok t'masu-esh-tukh dissolved oxygen level the amount of oxygen that is dissolved in a liquid, usually represented in PPM (parts per million) medicine
fim dose dose (noun) medicine
gad-da-nelik tvi-farr-dath circadian rhythm a daily cycle of activity observed in many living organisms medicine
gakh wart a hard rough lump growing on the skin, caused by infection with certain viruses and occurring typically on the hands or feet medicine
galutravek-glakuv-glashayek molecular imaging scanner molecular imaging scanner medicine
gan-tevanik dystrophic pertaining to or caused by dystrophy (a degenerative disorder caused by inadequate or defective nutrition) medicine
gaya throb an instance of rapid strong pulsation (of the heart); a deep pulsating type of pain (noun) medicine
gen-lis-pak (s'shad-sval) aphasia inability to articulate speeck medicine
ghal-tal oncology the branch of medicine that deals with tumors, including study of their development, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention medicine
glan-fam blind sightless; having a maximal visual acuity of the better eye, after correction by refractive lenses, of one-tenth normal vision or less (adjective) medicine
glan-fam'es blindness lack of sight medicine
glan-nalatra-yonshaya retinitis inflammation of the retina medicine
glan-sharu-tvisek pupillary reflex reflex contraction of the sphincter muscle of the iris in response to a bright light causing the pupil to become smaller medicine
glu-kanik oligotrophic deficient in plant nutrients; having abundant dissolved oxygen medicine
grashaya abrasion a scraped area on the skin or on a mucous membrane, resulting from injury or irritation; a scraped or worn area medicine
guv-nala-storaya gametogenesis the development and maturation of sex cells through meiosis; the formation or production of gametes medicine
ha'gel-slahik zan-vel fiberscope a flexible fiber-optic instrument used to view an object or area, such as a body cavity medicine
ha'kiv-nenikaya life-support medical equipment that augments or substitutes for an essential bodily function enabling a patient who otherwise might not survive to live medicine
ha-glashayek bio scanner a device that scans a patient and reports on the vital functions of the body medicine
ha-meil-tal biochemistry the study of the chemical substances and vital processes occurring in living organisms medicine
ha-sutorik sikrus biosynthetic limb biosynthetic limb [no definition available] medicine
ha-wak-vel biological clock an internal mechanism in organisms that controls the periodicity of various functions or activities medicine
hakau heal to restore to health or soundness; cure; to become whole and sound; return to health medicine
hakausu healing the natural process by which the body repairs itself medicine
han-khafaya nosebleed a nasal hemorrhage; bleeding from the nose medicine
han-khafaya epistaxis nosebleed medicine
han-yonshaya rhinitis inflammation of the nasal mucous membranes medicine
han-yumaya rhinorrhea persistent watery mucus discharge from the nose (as in the common cold) medicine
has disease disease; illness; sickness medicine
has- medical of or relating to the study or practice of medicine; requiring treatment by medicine; a thorough physical examination (adjective) medicine
has-bosh sick suffering from or affected with a physical illness; ailing; nauseated medicine
has-bosh ill not healthy; sick; not normal; unsound; resulting in suffering; harmful or distressing medicine
has-mar illness poor health resulting from disease of body or mind; sickness; a disease medicine
has-mar sickness the condition of being sick; illness; a disease; a malady; a defective or unsound condition medicine
has-mashek ampule a small glass vial that is sealed after filling and used chiefly as a container for a hypodermic injection solution medicine
has-mashek ampoule a small glass vial that is sealed after filling and used chiefly as a container for a hypodermic injection solution medicine
has-rah-vipladayek medical tricorder tricorder model which is equipped with an additional scanner for closer examination of patients. medicine
has-sak-tal epidemiology the branch of medicine that deals with the study of the causes, distribution, and control of disease in populations medicine
has-tal medicine the science of diagnosing, treating, or preventing disease and other damage to the body or mind medicine
has-theshaya curettage procedure to scoop out things/organs (as in a human D&C) medicine
has-theshayek curet; curette spoon-like instrument used to scoop out things medicine
has-vitau-kebi medical stasis unit cylindrical container within which a patient is place for total life support; houses cadavers so decomposition will not start medicine
hasam toxin a poisonous substance, especially a protein, that is produced by living cells or organisms and is capable of causing disease when introduced into the body tissues but is often also capable of inducing neutralizing antibodies or antitoxins medicine
hasam-tal toxicology the study of the nature, effects, and detection of poisons and the treatment of poisoning medicine
hasamik toxic of, relating to, or caused by a toxin or other poison; capable of causing injury or death, especially by chemical means; poisonous medicine
haseret medication a medicine; a medicament; the act or process of treating with medicine; drugs medicine
haseret medicine an agent, such as a drug, used to treat disease or injury; something that serves as a remedy or corrective medicine
haseret-tal pharmacology the science of drugs, including their composition, uses, and effects medicine
hash-has-mar air sickness motion sickness experienced while traveling by air (especially during turbulence) medicine
hash-hassu flight surgeon an air force physician who specializes in aeromedicine medicine
hassu doctor doctor; medical practitioner; healer (noun) medicine
hasuk medical of or relating to the study or practice of medicine; requiring treatment by medicine; a thorough physical examination (adjective) medicine
hinek-ek'tukh-pak deossification the loss of the mineral content of bone tissue medicine
hinek-ihn-nosh osteosclerosis an abnormal hardening or eburnation of bone medicine
hinek-pak-nosh osteoporosis a disease in which the bones become extremely porous, are subject to fracture, and heal slowly, occurring especially in women following menopause medicine
hinek-rasahtra osteosarcoma a malignant bone tumor; also called osteogenic sarcoma. medicine
hinek-vaferek osteoregenerator a device that stimulates the bone to knit and heal quickly, usually within days; found in most sickbays and hospitals medicine
hinek-vashau-nosh osteolysis dissolution or degeneration of bone tissue through disease medicine
hinek-vihk exostosis a excessive bony outgrowth or tumor found on a bone or cartilage medicine
hinek-yonshaya osteitis inflammation of bone or bony tissue medicine
hinekaya calcification impregnation with calcium or calcium salts, as with calcium carbonate; hardening, as of tissue, by such impregnation medicine
hinekaya ossification the natural process of bone formation; the hardening or calcification of soft tissue into a bonelike material medicine
huhk hiccup/hiccough a spasm of the diaphragm resulting in a rapid, involuntary inhalation that is stopped by the sudden closure of the glottis (noun) medicine
huhk-tor hiccup/hiccough to make a hiccup or a sound like a hiccup (verb) medicine
huhsh cough the act of exhaling air suddenly with a noise; sudden expulsion of air from the lungs that clears the air passages; a common symptom of upper respiratory infection or bronchitis or pneumonia or tuberculosis (VLI) (noun) medicine
huhsh-tor cough clearing the throat forcefully (verb) (VLI) medicine
humo-kelek-tal histology the anatomical study of the microscopic structure of animal and plant tissues; the microscopic structure of tissue medicine
ikap-shal-pthak claustrophobia a morbid fear of being closed in a confined space medicine
is-lof-tal physiology the biological study of the functions of living organisms and their parts; all the functions of a living organism or any of its parts medicine
isach'es-nosh hirsutism heavy growth of hair, often in abnormal distribution medicine
isach-gir-snem epilation extraction of hair medicine
isachya-shen horripilation the bristling of the body hair, as from fear or cold; goose bumps medicine
isachya-snem-tukh depilatory hair removal device (noun) medicine
k'kan pregnant carrying developing offspring within the body medicine
k'kan'es pregnancy the condition of being pregnant medicine
ka-kasik monoecious relating to or exhibiting hermaphroditism; hermaphroditic medicine
kae'amp insane kae=mind; amp=insane/craziness of mind medicine
kae-amp insane insane; craziness of mind medicine
kahm-rasahtra sarcoma a malignant tumor arising from connective tissues medicine
kahmtraik sarcoid relating to or resembling flesh; a tumor resembling a sarcoma medicine
kaluk-khrasaya otorrhea discharge from the external ear medicine
kaluk-kusan tinnitus a ringing or booming sensation in one or both ears; a symptom of an ear infection or Meniere's disease medicine
kaluk-kusut earache earache medicine
kaluk-kusut otalgia a in the ear; earache medicine
kaluk-yonshaya otitis inflammation of the ear medicine
kaluk-zan-vel otoscope an instrument for examining the interior of the ear, especially the eardrum, consisting essentially of a magnifying lens and a light medicine
kan'sorn comatose trance induced to prevent involuntary contact through mind melding medicine
kan-huhsh croup a disease of infants and young children; harsh coughing and hoarseness and fever and difficult breathing medicine
kan-keshtan childbirth the parturition process in human beings; having a baby; the process of giving birth to a child medicine
kap-yar ketek kash-zakar gluten sensitive a disease causing damage to the villi of the intestines when gluten is eaten medicine
kapol-nafek-kov nephrolith a calculus formed in the kidney; a kidney stone medicine
kapol-nafek-kusut nephralgia a pain in the kidney (usually felt in the loins) medicine
kapol-nafek-tal nephrology the science that deals with the kidneys, especially their functions or diseases medicine
kapol-nafek-yonshaya nephritis any of various acute or chronic inflammations of the kidneys, such as Bright's disease medicine
kashan-ne-neil anesthetic an agent that causes loss of sensation with or without the loss of consciousness medicine
kashan-ne-tal anesthesiology the medical study and application of anesthetics medicine
kashkau-tal psychiatry the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental and emotional disorders medicine
Kassaba fever Kassaba fever a Rigelian illness to which Vulcans are immune (TOS By Any Other Name) medicine
katek placebo a substance containing no medication and prescribed or given to reinforce a patient's expectation to get well medicine
kath-vuk syndrome a group of symptoms that collectively indicate or characterize a disease, psychological disorder, or other abnormal condition medicine
kef-ha'kiv-nenikaya emergency life support used when a person has stopped breathing or whose heart has stopped; can enable them to survive until professional help arrives medicine
kef-rishan-tsorayek emergency survival compartment emergency survival compartment [no definition available] medicine
kefik has-reh-bikuvsu emergency medical hologram (EMH) a holographic replacement for a starship's medical officer medicine
keful-tukkh opsonin an antibody or agent that causes bacteria or other foreign cells to become more susceptible to the action of phagocytes medicine
kefulaya opsonization process whereby opsonins make an invading microorganism more susceptible to phagocytosis medicine
keh-shivaya quadriplegia complete paralysis of the body from the neck down; sometimes has gross motor movements of upper limbs though medicine
keshan parturition the act or process of giving birth; childbirth medicine
keshtan-ur-yonshaya vaginitis inflammation of the vagina medicine
khaf-gisaman blood poisoning a systemic disease caused by pathogenic organisms or their toxins in the bloodstream (septicemia); a condition in which the blood contains toxins produced by body cells at a local source of infection (toxemia) medicine
khaf-gisaman septicemia a systemic disease caused by pathogenic organisms or their toxins in the bloodstream; also called blood poisoning medicine
khaf-maat blood group any of several immunologically distinct, genetically determined classes of human blood that are based on the presence or absence of certain antigens and are clinically identified by characteristic agglutination reactions medicine
khaf-mev-eikan aneurysm bulging out of the wall of a blood vessel, usually an artery medicine
khaf-mev-gnal hemangioma a benign skin lesion consisting of dense, usually elevated masses of dilated blood vessels medicine
khaf-mev-yonshaya vasculitis inflammation of a vessel of the body medicine
khaf-nafek-snem splenectomy surgical removal of the spleen medicine
khaf-nafek-yonshaya splenitis inflammation of the spleen medicine
khaf-ne'hish blood pressure the pressure exerted by the blood against the walls of the blood vessels, especially the arteries medicine
khaf-nisan blood test an examination of a sample of blood to determine its chemical, physical, or serologic characteristics; a serologic test for certain diseases medicine
khaf-slor-tukh blood sugar sugar in the form of glucose in the blood; the concentration of glucose in the blood, measured in milligrams of glucose per 100 milliliters of blood medicine
khaf-spol-klotaya coronary occlusion occlusion of a coronary artery caused either by progressive atherosclerosis or by a blood clot medicine
khaf-spol-mahai heart attack sudden interruption or insufficiency of the supply of blood to the heart, typically resulting from occlusion or obstruction of a coronary artery medicine
khaf-spol-pamutaya coronary bypass open-heart surgery in which the rib cage is opened and a section of a blood vessel is grafted from the aorta to the coronary artery to bypass the blocked section of the coronary artery and improve the blood supply to the heart medicine
khaf-spol-tal cardiology the medical study of the structure, function, and disorders of the heart medicine
khaf-spol-tav heart rate the number of heartbeats per unit of time, usually expressed as beats per minute medicine
khaf-spol-vravshaya heart failure the inability of the heart to pump blood at an adequate rate, resulting in congestion of fluids in the lungs, shortness of breath etc. medicine
khaf-tal hematology the science encompassing the medical study of the blood and blood-producing organs medicine
khaf-tansu blood donor someone who gives blood to be used for transfusions medicine
khaf-tum blood count the number of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets in a definite volume of blood medicine
khaf-vesaya blood typing any of several immunologically distinct, genetically determined classes of human blood that are based on the presence or absence of certain antigens and are clinically identified by characteristic agglutination reactions medicine
khaf-vihk blood clot a semisolid gelatinous mass of coagulated blood that consists of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets entrapped in a fibrin network medicine
khaf-vihk-snem thrombectomy surgical removal of a blood clot (thrombus) from a blood vessel medicine
khaf-vihkaya blood coagulation a process in which liquid blood is changed into a semisolid mass (a blood clot) medicine
khaf-vitanan transfusion the transfer of whole blood or blood products from one individual to another medicine
khaf-yarek hematoma a localized swelling filled with blood resulting from a break in a blood vessel; a bad bruise medicine
khaf-yumaya blood flow circulation; the amount of blood pumped through the body by the heart per unit time; usually expressed in milliliters or liters per minute medicine
khafau bleed to emit or lose blood; to take or remove blood from medicine
khafau-pehkaya hemostasis the stoppage of bleeding or hemorrhage; the stoppage of blood flow through a blood vessel or body part medicine
khafaya bleeding the flow of blood from a ruptured blood vessels medicine
khafaya hemorrhage excessive discharge of blood from the blood vessels; profuse bleeding medicine
khavorta neuro-pressure technique place your hands on either side of the patient's jaw and press for about 30 sec. (ENT Rajiin) medicine
khreya trauma a serious injury or shock to the body, as from violence or an accident; an emotional wound or shock that creates substantial, lasting damage to the psychological development of a person, often leading to neurosis. medicine
khub-sash folic acid part of the vitamin B complex group, occurring in green plants, fresh fruit, liver, and yeast medicine
kloshai-tal psychology the science that deals with mental processes and behavior; medicine
ko-hassu gynecologist a specialist in women's diseases and conditions medicine
ko-lok-snem clitoridectomy removal of the clitoris medicine
kobat(-) feeble lacking physical strength; very weak medicine
kobsu dwarf dwarf; a person that has stunted growth and abnormal physical proportions (noun) medicine
kolaya shock a potentially fatal physiological reaction to a variety of conditions characterized by low blood pressure and diminished blood circulation medicine
kov-vazhaya lithuresis passing small stones with the urine medicine
kovtaya lithification the conversion of unconsolidated sediment into a coherent and solid rock medicine
kr'yeet'la sunburn treatment a mixture of various plant essences; used for treating sunburn (Orion Press Lexicon) medicine
krani-sharushan fenestration the operation of making an artificial fenestra (aperture or perforation in some part of the body) medicine
kraulayek ventilator a device that circulates fresh air and expels stale or foul air; a respirator that aids a patient in breathing or breaths for the patient mechanically medicine
krus-snem resection surgical removal of all or part of an organ, tissue, or structure medicine
krus-sukaya hypertrophy a nontumorous enlargement of an organ or a tissue as a result of an increase in the size rather than the number of constituent cells medicine
kuhku-khaf-gisaman pyemia septicemia caused by pyogenic microorganisms in the blood, often resulting in the formation of multiple abscesses medicine
kur-glan colour vision the capacity of an organism or machine to distinguish objects based on the wavelengths (or frequencies) of the light they reflect or emit medicine
kur-glan-fam colour blindness inability to see colours; the genetic inability to distinguish differences in hue medicine
kur-nosh t'thel'a-zalu-masu-svi'khaf jaundice tellowish discoloration of the whites of the eyes, skin, and mucous membranes caused by deposition of bile salts in these tissues due to liver disease medicine
kurak-puv iridoncus swelling of the iris of the eye medicine
kurak-sharushan iridotomy a surgical procedure that makes an incision in the iris of the eye in order to enlarge the pupil or to treat glaucoma medicine
kurak-yonshaya iritis inflammation of the iris of the eye medicine
kuriht rash a skin eruption usually characterized by redness of the skin and itching medicine
kusut pain an unpleasant sensation occurring in varying degrees of severity as a consequence of injury, disease, or emotional disorder medicine
kusut-nem-tukh analgesic a medication that reduces or eliminates pain (noun) medicine
kusut-vedik pain plant a plant whose juice was used to ease pain in ancient times medicine
kwon-abrun-nosh priapism persistant, usually painful erection of the penis, especially as a consequence of disease and not related to sexual arousal medicine
kwul-kolaya concussion injury to the brain caused by a blow; usually resulting in loss of consciousness medicine
lad-tvisek plantar reflex flexion of the toes when the sole of the foot is stroked firmly on the outer side from the heel to the front medicine
lahv-kusut glossalgia a pain in the tongue medicine
lahv-yonshaya glossitis inflammation of the tongue medicine
lates-kupik ambulatory capable of walking; not bedridden; moving about; itinerant; of, relating to, or adapted for walking medicine
le-suma-yontaya frostbite injury or destruction of skin and underlying tissue from prolonged exposure to freezing medicine
lerash-nalatra-nosh sclerosis the thickening or hardening of a body part, as of an artery, especially from excessive formation of fibrous interstitial tissue medicine
lerashaya induration the hardening of a normally soft tissue or organ, especially the skin due to inflammation or an accumulation of blood medicine
lesek-sa'haf-yonshaya bursitis inflammation of the fluid-filled sac that surrounds a joint medicine
lesek-yonshaya arthritis inflammation of the joints accompanied by pain, swelling, and stiffness medicine
limuk-sazehlanaya face-lift a surgical proceedure intended to remove wrinkles by tightening the skin of the face medicine
lok-gnal phalloncus a tumor or swelling of the penis medicine
lum-ben-gun acupuncture a procedure in which specific body areas are pierced with fine needles for therapeutic purposes or to relieve pain or produce regional anesthesia medicine
luvau-sakadaya pandiculation the act of yawning and stretching (as when first waking up) medicine
ma'toi death the event of dying or departure from life; the permanent end of all life functions in an organism or part of an organism medicine
mahai convulsion violent uncontrollable contractions of muscles (medical) medicine
mahai ictus a sudden attack, blow, stroke, or seizure medicine
mahai seizure a sudden attack, spasm, or convulsion, as in epilepsy or another disorder medicine
mastevau drown drown; die by breathing water into the lungs. medicine
masu-pekh(-nosh) diarrhea frequent and watery bowel movements; can be a symptom of infection or food poisoning or colitis or a gastrointestinal tumor medicine
masu-pthak hydrophobia an abnormal fear of water; symptom of rabies medicine
masutra-has-bosh seasick feeling sick from the movement of the boat that you are traveling on medicine
maut-zat-glan oxyopia unusually acute vision medicine
mayon-kurau-nosh erythrism condition of redness of the hair and beard with a ruddy complexion medicine
melanex melanex a sedative; 10ccs can render a Vulcan unconscious in about 10 seconds; it turns Vulcans bright yellow (TAS Once Upon a Planet) medicine
mev-klotaya embolism the stopping up of a vein or artery by an embolus medicine
mev-spal-dvun peristalsis the wavelike muscular contractions of the alimentary canal or other tubular structures by which contents are forced onward toward the opening medicine
mev-wonilaun stricture an abnormal narrowing of a duct or passage medicine
mev-yeman gavage introduction of nutritive material into the stomach by means of a tube medicine
mish-vel-raul wrench an injury produced by twisting or straining medicine
mniyb'e breathe to inhale and exhale air, especially when naturally and freely (Marketa) (verb) medicine
mu'gel-glan-fam'es night blindness a condition of the eyes in which vision is normal in daylight or other strong light but is abnormally weak or completely lost at night or in dim light medicine
mu'gel-glan-fam'es nyctalopia inability to see clearly in dim light; due to a deficiency of vitamin A or to a retinal disorder; night blindness medicine
mu'gel-to'ovaya etiolation pale or sickly looking from lack of light or from continued illness (noun) medicine
muhl'es health soundness, especially of body or mind; freedom from disease or abnormality; the overall condition of an organism at a given time; medicine
muhl-bosh healthy possessing good health; conducive to good health; healthful medicine
na-dvunel adduction moving of a body part toward the central axis of the body medicine
nafek-kov calculus an abnormal concretion in the body, usually formed of mineral salts and found in the gallbladder, kidney, or urinary bladder, for example medicine
nafek-kov-torvaya lithiasis pathological formation of mineral concretions in the body; commonly called "stones" medicine
nafek-wein-snem decortication the surgical removal of the outer layer or covering of an organ or structure (as the brain or a kidney) (medicine) medicine
nala-dahsaya karyokinesis organic process consisting of the division of the nucleus of a cell during mitosis or meiosis medicine
nala-hasam cytotoxin a substance having a specific toxic effect on certain cells medicine
nala-hasamik cytotoxic of relating to, or producing a toxic effect on cells medicine
nala-ne'hish-stegal'es turgor the state of being turgid (swollen or distended, as from a fluid; bloated); the normal fullness or tension produced by the fluid content of blood vessels, capillaries, and plant or animal cells medicine
nala-svitan karyon a part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for growth and reproduction medicine
nala-svitan-masu karyolymph the colorless, liquid component of the cell nucleus medicine
nala-svitan-nehaya karyolysis disintegration and dissolution of a cell nucleus when a cell dies medicine
nalatra-nisan biopsy the removal and examination of a sample of tissue from a living body for diagnostic purposes (noun) medicine
nalatra-tehn-storaya distrophy disorder caused by defective nutrition; medicine
nalatra-tevakh necrosis death of cells or tissues through injury or disease, especially in a localized area of the body medicine
nalatra-vaferek tissue regenerator a device that quickly heals injured or damaged tissue medicine
nalatra-yem-tevakh gangrene death and decay of body tissue, often occurring in a limb, caused by insufficient blood supply and usually following injury or disease medicine
nalatra-yem-tevakh k'pa-tukh gas gangrene gangrene occurring in a wound infected with bacteria Clostridium and characterized by the presence of gas in the affected tissue medicine
nalatra-yonshaya cellulitis a spreading inflammation of subcutaneous or connective tissue medicine
nalesh-sash-nosh ketoacidosis acidosis with an accumulation of ketone bodies; occurs primarily in diabetes mellitus medicine
nalesh-vel ketone body a ketone-containing substance, such as acetoacetic acid, that is an intermediate product of fatty acid metabolism medicine
naliveh-tessaya alcoholism a disorder characterized by the excessive consumption of and dependence on alcoholic beverages medicine
natya-guv-kanashivaya heterogamy alternation of sexual and parthenogenic generations, as in some aphids medicine
natya-guv-nala heterogamete either of two conjugating gametes that differ in structure or behavior; e.g. small motile male spermatozoon and the larger nonmotile female ovum medicine
natya-nosh-satalaya differential diagnosis a systematic method of diagnosing a disorder (e.g., headache) that lacks unique symptoms or signs medicine
natya-wak-vin heterochrony in evolution, a deviation from the typical sequence in the formation of organs or parts medicine
nauk sprain the painful wrenching or laceration of the ligaments of a joint; the condition resulting from a sprain (noun) medicine
navihkau agglutinate to cause (red blood cells or bacteria) to clump together medicine
ne'hish-ek'puyek autoclave a device for heating substances above their boiling point; used to manufacture chemicals or to sterilize surgical instruments (noun) (medicine) medicine
ne-pla'dor-kusut lumbago a painful condition of the lower back, as one resulting from muscle strain or a slipped disk medicine
nehasamau detoxify to remove poison from; to treat for alcohol or drug dependence medicine
nehasamaya detoxification treatment for poisoning by neutralizing the toxic properties (normally a function of the liver); a treatment for addiction to drugs or alcohol intended to remove the physiological effects of the addictive substances medicine
nehasamek-gnal hepatoma a usually cancerous tumor occurring in the liver medicine
nehasamek-tal hepatology the branch of medicine concerned with diseases of the liver medicine
nehasamek-yonshaya hepatitis inflammation of the liver, caused by infectious or toxic agents and characterized by jaundice, fever, liver enlargement, and abdominal pain medicine
nei-savas-tu'ashan dehiscence a rupture or splitting open, as of a surgical wound, or of an organ or structure to discharge its contents medicine
neik-khaf-ne'hish hypotension abnormally low blood pressure medicine
neik-krus-storaya hypoplasia incomplete or arrested development of an organ or a part medicine
neik-nosh t'khaf-slor-tukh hypoglycemia an abnormally low level of glucose in the blood medicine
neikah-faka inguinal hernia hernia in which a loop of intestine enters the inguinal canal; the most common type of hernia in males medicine
nel-dath t'khaf-spol heartbeat a single complete pulsation of the heart medicine
nemashaya dehydration excessive loss of water from the body or from an organ or body part, as from illness or fluid deprivation; the process of removing water from a substance or compound medicine
nen-skasaya first aid emergency treatment administered to an injured/sick person before medical care is available medicine
nen-vukhuyt-tal gross anatomy the study of the organs, parts, and structures of a body that are visible to the naked eye medicine
nesh laceration a jagged wound or cut medicine
nesh-tukh iodine a liquid containing iodine dissolved in ethyl alcohol, used as an antiseptic for wounds; a nonmetallic element belonging to the halogens medicine
neshuhk parasite an animal or plant that lives in or on a host (another animal or plant); obtains nourishment from the host without benefiting or killing the host medicine
net scab a crust discharged from and covering a healing wound medicine
nosh-nisaklar diagnostics the branch of medical science dealing with the classification of disease; the process of determining the state of or capability of a component to perform its function(s) medicine
nosh-satalau diagnose to determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a diagnostic analysis; to subject to a medical analysis (verb) medicine
nosh-satalaya diagnosis identifying the nature or cause of some phenomenon medicine
nuh'mau-eshan hyperventilation abnormally fast or deep respiration, which results in the loss of carbon dioxide from the blood causing tingling of the extremities and fainting medicine
nuh'neik-esh-tukh svi'khaf hypoxia deficiency in the amount of oxygen reaching body tissues medicine
numo-ha-vel microbe a minute life form; a microorganism, especially a bacterium that causes disease medicine
numo-ha-velik microbial of or involving or caused by or being microbes medicine
numo-hatra microbiota the microscopic living organisms of a region; the combined microflora and microfauna of a region medicine
numo-kelek-tal t'nala eh nalatra histochemistry the branch of science that deals with the chemical composition of the cells and tissues of the body medicine
numo-nala-glashayek microcellular scanner microcellular scanner medicine
numo-satalau-pasu micro-diagnostic table micro-diagnostic table medicine
numo-sharushan microsurgery surgery on minute body structures or cells performed with the aid of a microscope and other specialized instruments, such as a micromanipulator medicine
on-kuvik hermaphroditic of animal or plant; having both male female reproductive organs medicine
on-mal-kobat'es paraparesis a slight paralysis or weakness of both legs medicine
on-neshuhk facultative parasite a parasite that has the ability to live under certain conditions; e.g. with or without oxygen medicine
on-shivaya diplegia diplegia medicine
pa'ash'ya flatfoot a condition in which the entire sole makes contact with the ground (contraction of pa'ash-ash'ya) medicine
pa'kizh respiration the act or process of inhaling and exhaling; breathing medicine
pa'kizh-pekhaya respiratory arrest the absence of spontaneous breathing from any cause medicine
pa'kizh-tav respiratory rate the rate at which a person inhales and exhales; usually measured to obtain a quick evaluation of a person's health medicine
pa'kizh-vravshaya respiratory failure loss of pulmonary function either acute or chronic that results in hypoxemia or hypercarbia; final common pathway for myriad respiratory disorders medicine
pa'nar syndrome terminal disease an incurable degradation of the synaptic pathways caused by a telepathic practice (mindmelds) medicine
pa-sudef-yonshaya parametritis inflammation of connective tissue adjacent to the uterus medicine
pa-vipohtek hypospray injector that admininsters medication via a powerful, thin spray that penetrates clothing and skin medicine
pamutayek bypass an alternative passage created surgically to divert the flow of blood or other bodily fluid or circumvent an obstructed or diseased organ medicine
pekh excrement excrement; waste from a body, usually feces medicine
pekh-kov fecalith "fecal stone"; a concentration of feces medicine
pekh-mev-sharutaya colostomy bringing the colon to the exteriour of the body to expell waste medicine
pekh-mev-yonshaya colitis inflammation of the colon medicine
pekh-mev-yonshaya enteritis inflammation of the intestines; of the mucous lining of intestines medicine
pekh-razh-pun enema enema medicine
pekh-snem elimination elimination of feces medicine
pekh-vat-tal proctology the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the colon, rectum, and anus medicine
pekh-vat-yonshaya proctitis inflammation of the rectum or anus medicine
pekhalan flatus gas generated in or expelled from the digestive tract, especially the stomach or intestines medicine
pekhalan'es flatulence the presence of excessive gas in the digestive tract; self-importance; pomposity medicine
pekhalan-mayik flatulent of, afflicted with, or caused by flatulence; inducing or generating flatulence; pompous; bloated medicine
pekhau defecate to have a bowel movement medicine
pekhaya defecation the elimination of fecal waste through the anus medicine
pi'shi'has clinic a healthcare facility for outpatient care; a medical establishment run by a group of medical specialists medicine
pi'sov-eshupik microaerobic an organism requiring oxygen for growth but at lower concentration than is present in the atmosphere; said of bacteria medicine
pi'tak abscess a localized collection of pus in part of the body, formed by tissue disintegration and surrounded by an inflamed area medicine
pi'tak boil a painful, circumscribed pus-filled inflammation of the skin and subcutaneous tissue usually caused by a local staphylococcal infection medicine
pi'tak furuncle a painful sore with a hard pus-filled core; boil medicine
pi'tauk-kuhka-hoknaya empyema puss in a body cavity, usually pleural cavity; result of primary infection in the lungs medicine
pi'tenkan embryo embryo (MGV - a dialect of VLI Vulcan) medicine
pi'tenkan- embryonic embryonic (adj) medicine
pi'tenkan-storaya embryogenesis development of an organism from its embryonic stage medicine
pi'tenkan-tal embryology science that deals with the origin, structure and development of the embryo medicine
pi'tenkanik embryonic embryonic medicine
pi'wef-weinik lepidote covered with small, scurfy scales; rough to the touch medicine
pid-folau-kolaya anaphylactic shock a severe and rapid and sometimes fatal hypersensitivity reaction to a substance to which the organism has become sensitized by previous exposure medicine
pid-khaf-ne'hish hypertension arterial disease in which chronic high blood pressure is the primary symptom; abnormally elevated blood pressure medicine
pid-krus-storaya hyperplasia an abnormal increase in the number of cells in an organ or a tissue with consequent enlargement medicine
pid-nalesh-nosh ketosis a pathological increase in the production of ketone bodies medicine
pid-nosh t'dah-eshu t'nol-tukh svi'khaf hypercapnia a condition marked by an unusually high concentration of carbon dioxide in the blood as a result of hypoventilation medicine
pid-nosh t'khaf-slor-tukh hyperglycemia the presence of an abnormally high concentration of glucose in the blood medicine
pid-nosh t'slor-tukh svi'vazh glycosuria excess sugar in the urine, often associated with diabetes mellitus medicine
pid-shal-khaf hyperemia an increase in the quantity of blood flow to a body part; engorgement medicine
pid-storau-nosh t'isachya pilosis presence of excessive bodily and facial hair, usually in a male pattern, especially in women medicine
pid-thel'a-nosh svi'khaf lipemia the presence of excess lipids in the blood medicine
pla'dor-kusut dorsalgia pain in the back medicine
pla'vulaya dorsiflexion bend a body part toward the body (dorsum) medicine
pla'yumaya t'skaun-sa'haf-tuhllar gastroesophageal reflux chronic condition in which the lower esophageal sphincter allows gastric acids to reflux into the esophagus, causing heartburn medicine
pla-wadi-noshik cyanotic afflicted with cyanosis medicine
plak's'ran blood-killing disease Vulcan leukocupricytosis medicine
plak'tow blood fever the final part of pon farr whereby the victim is rendered incapacitated and the only thought is to mate (Marketa) (anc.) medicine
plak-tau Blood Fever the final part of pon farr whereby the victim is rendered incapacitated and the only thought is to mate (VLI spelling) (anc.) medicine
plokh delusion a mistaken or unfounded opinion or idea; the act of deluding; deception by creating illusory ideas; (psychology) an erroneous belief that is held in the face of evidence to the contrary medicine
pluhk vomit matter ejected from the stomach through the mouth (noun) medicine
pluhk-tor vomit to eject part or all of the contents of the stomach through the mouth, usually in a series of involuntary spasmic movements (verb) medicine
pluhkan emesis vomiting; the reflex act of ejecting the contents of the stomach through the mouth medicine
pluhkan vomiting vomiting medicine
plukh-tukh emetic tending to produce vomit; an emetic agent medicine
po-keshtaik postpartum of or occurring in the period shortly after childbirth medicine
po-sharushanik postoperative happening or done after a surgical operation medicine
prah-noshtralar acquired characteristics modifications produced in an individual plant or animal as a result of mutilation, disease, use and disuse, or any distinctly environmental influence medicine
prah-tefosh'es acquired immunity immunity to a particular disease that is not innate but has been acquired during life medicine
psethau exsiccate the act of drying up; removing all moisture from a solution medicine
puv swelling something swollen, especially an abnormally swollen body part or area medicine
puv- swollen expanded by or as if by internal pressure; distended (adj) medicine
puvik swollen expanded by or as if by internal pressure; distended (adj) medicine
raf-kolaya electric shock electric shock medicine
rafostau electrocute to electrocute (verb) medicine
rafostaya electrocution electrocution medicine
ralash-tal audiology the study of hearing, especially hearing defects and their treatment medicine
rasah-masu-pekh dysentery severe inflammation of the mucous membrane of the large intestine with bloody evacuations medicine
rasahtra cancer any of various malignant neoplasms characterized by the proliferation of anaplastic cells that tend to invade surrounding tissue and metastasize to new body sites (VLI) medicine
rasahtra t'khaf-masu-nalalar plasmacytoma neoplasm of plasma cells (usually in bone marrow) medicine
razhen ulcer a circumscribed inflammatory and often suppurating lesion on the skin or an internal mucous surface resulting in necrosis of tissue medicine
reh-lafu t'shek-tukh ferric chloride used principally in form of tincture as an astringent application to throat and as a hematinic medicine
ri-fainusu-pthak xenophobia an irrational fear of foreigners or strangers or other species medicine
ri-sudef-k'kan'es ectopic pregnancy where the embryo implants in the fallopian tube instead of the uterus medicine
rigath benign of no danger to health; not recurrent or progressive; not malignant; having little or no detrimental effect; harmless medicine
riguv- asexual having no evident sex or sex organs; sexless; lacking interest in or desire for sex (adjective) medicine
riguv-kanashivaya asexual reproduction relating to, produced by, or involving reproduction that occurs without the union of male and female gametes, as in binary fission or budding medicine
riguvik asexual having no evident sex or sex organs; sexless; lacking interest in or desire for sex (adjective) medicine
rihak virus any of various simple submicroscopic parasites of plants, animals, and bacteria that often cause disease and that consist essentially of a core of RNA or DNA surrounded by a protein coat medicine
rihak-pi'krus virion a complete viral particle, consisting of RNA or DNA surrounded by a protein shell and constituting the infective form of a virus medicine
rihak-vel viroid an infectious particle, similar to but smaller than a virus, that consists solely of a strand of RNA and is capable of causing disease in plants medicine
rikashan'es numbness partial or total lack of sensation in a part of the body; a symptom of nerve damage or dysfunction medicine
riko-guv-aitlun nymphomania excessive sexual desire in and behavior by a female medicine
rikodikau fibrillate to undergo or cause to undergo fibrillation medicine
rikodikaya fibrillation fine, rapid twitching of individual muscle fibers with little or no movement of the muscle as a whole medicine
rikup'es disability disability medicine
risakallarsu eunuch a castrated man medicine
rish-hakar heterosis the marked vigor or capacity for growth often exhibited by crossbred animals or plants; also called hybrid vigor medicine
risudef-tvitaya-nosh endometriosis ectopic endometrium located in various sites throughout the pelvis or in the abdominal wall medicine
ritash-vazhaya enuresis incontinence; involuntary urination medicine
ritevakh coma a state of deep and often prolonged unconsciousness; usually the result of disease or injury (medical); unconscious state medicine
ritsuri abnormal not typical, usual, or regular; not normal; deviant medicine
ritsuri nel-dath t'khaf-spol arrythmia irregular heartbeat that can prove fatal medicine
ritsuri uokul-vinem-nosh aphagia inability to swallow medicine
ritsuri-dvun-nosh dyskinesia defect in voluntary movement medicine
ritsuri-esh-nosh dyspnea air hunger resulting from difficult/laboured breathing; panting; maybe associated with strenous activity medicine
ritsuri-fnish-nosh dysosmia impairment of the sense of smell medicine
ritsuri-kitau-nosh dysgraphia inability to write properly usually as a result of a brain lesion medicine
ritsuri-masu-hoknaya dropsy abnormal accumulation of serous fluid (path.); plant disease caused by too much water (bot.) medicine
ritsuri-masu-hoknaya edema swelling; abnormal accumulation of serous fluid in various organs/cavities/tissues medicine
ritsuri-masu-hoknaya t'eshaf pulmonary edema a condition in which fluid accumulates in the lungs, usually because the heart's left ventricle does not pump adequately making it hard to breathe medicine
ritsuri-masu-sa'ovaya t'kapol-nafek hydronephrosis accumulation of urine in the kidney because of an obstruction in the ureter medicine
ritsuri-nahp-nosh dyslogia difficulty in expression of ideas medicine
ritsuri-nehaya-nosh t'khaf-meil hemolytic anemia anemia resulting from the lysis of red blood cells, as in response to certain toxic or infectious agents and in certain inherited blood disorders medicine
ritsuri-neik-nosh t'wadi-kur hypopigmentation diminished pigmentation, especially of the skin medicine
ritsuri-nosh t'nen-slor-tukh svi'vazh glucosuria the presence of abnormally high levels of glucose in the urine medicine
ritsuri-nosh t'slor-dau-tukh diabetes any of several metabolic disorders marked by excessive urination and persistent thirst; inability of the body to produce, or the inability to metabolize, the hormone insulin medicine
ritsuri-pid-nosh t'nalesh-vellar svi'khaf ketonemia an abnormal increase of ketone bodies in the blood as in diabetes mellitus medicine
ritsuri-pid-nosh t'nalesh-vellar svi'vazh ketonuria excessive amounts of ketone bodies in the urine as in diabetes mellitus or starvation medicine
ritsuri-pid-nosh t'vukhut-falek'es hyperpyrexia abnormally high fever medicine
ritsuri-pid-nosh t'wadi-kur hyperpigmentation excess pigmentation, especially of the skin medicine
ritsuri-pid-tavat t'khaf-masu hydremia blood disorder in which there is excess fluid volume compared with the cell volume of the blood medicine
ritsuri-sash-nosh acidosis an abnormal increase in the acidity of the body's fluids, caused either by accumulation of acids or by depletion of bicarbonates medicine
ritsuri-shitik khaf-spol ectopia cordis malposition of the heart in which the heart lies outside the thoracic cavity medicine
ritsuri-skaun-nosh dyspepsia imperfect digestion; not a disease in itself, but symptomatic of other diseases or disorders medicine
ritsuri-sovash-nosh alkalosis abnormally high alkalinity (low hydrogen-ion concentration) of the blood and other body tissues medicine
ritsuri-spes-nosh dysphonia difficulty in speaking; hoarseness medicine
ritsuri-stariben-nosh dysphasia impairment of speech resulting from a brain lesion medicine
ritsuri-telv-nosh dyslexia imprecise term used to indicate a variety of reading, writing and learning disorders medicine
ritsuri-vazh-nosh dysuria painful or difficult urination medicine
ritsuri-vihk-nosh hemophilia disease where the blood fails to clot normally because of a deficiency or abnormality of one of the clotting factors medicine
ritsuri-vinem-nosh dysphagia inability or difficulty in swallowing medicine
ritsuri-wonilaun stenosis a constriction or narrowing of a duct or passage; a stricture medicine
rivikantau-storaya parthenogenesis process in which an unfertilized egg develops into a new individual; human conception without fertilization by a man medicine
riyeht-kashik insane not-right-minded; insane medicine
riyeht-kashik insanity persistant mental disorder or derangement; unsoundness of mind medicine
riyeht-shid'es deformity an affliction in which some part of the body is misshapen or malformed medicine
riyem-yokul-nosh pica an abnormal craving or appetite for nonfood substances, such as dirt, paint, or clay medicine
rizehlik bezhun-nosh strabismus abnormal alignment of one or both eyes medicine
ro-kasau vaccinate to inoculate with a vaccine in order to produce immunity to an infectious disease; to perform vaccinations or a vaccination medicine
ro-kasaya vaccination inocculate with a vaccine in order to protect against a particular disease medicine
rom-skaunik eupeptic good digestion medicine
rom-stau euthanize euthanize; to perform euthanasia medicine
rom-staya euthanasia euthanasia; mercy killing; medicine
rosh'amp sane of sound mind; mentally healthy medicine
runelau cramp to cramp; to have a muscle spasm (verb) medicine
runelaya cramp a painful and involuntary muscular contraction; muscle spasm (noun) medicine
runev spasm a sudden, involuntary contraction of a muscle or group of muscles medicine
ruskarayek forceps an extractor consisting of a pair of pincers used in medical treatment esp. delivering a baby medicine
rytemk state of healing a Vulcan state of healing (Orion Press Lexicon) medicine
sa'a-tvisek autonomic reflex a response of smooth muscle, glands, and conducting tissue of the heart, which alters the functional state of the innervated organ medicine
sa'le-da-nosh t'bezhun(lar) exotropia abnormal turning of one or both eyes outward medicine
sa'le-esh-tor exhale to breathe out medicine
sa'le-esh-tor expire to breathe out for the very last time; to die medicine
sa'le-eshan exhalation the act of exhaling, breathing out; emanation of a gas or vapour; opposite to inhalation medicine
sa'le-eshan expiration to breathe out air from the lungs medicine
sa-tres avulsion a forcible tearing or surgical separation of one body part from another medicine
safek-kusut(-nosh) thermalgesia pain caused by heat; burning medicine
saha-velik in vitro in an artificial environment outside the living organism: an egg fertilized in vitro; in vitro fertilization medicine
sahinekaya decalcification loss of calcium from bones or teeth medicine
sahr-toraik fast-acting medicine or a drug that starts to work very quickly medicine
sahri-threshan-eshan tachypnea rapid breathing medicine
sahri-threshan-nosh t'khaf-spol-tav tachycardia rapid heart rate, especially one above 100 beats per minute in an Human adult, 275 in a Vulcan adult medicine
sahris-eshan hypernoea abnormal breathing, due to slightly deficient arterialization of the blood medicine
saizhiv lint downy material obtained by scraping linen cloth and used for dressing wounds medicine
sakal-haf-puv oscheocele swelling of the scrotum medicine
sakal-kusut orchidalgia a pain in the testes medicine
sakal-ne-sharushan orchiopexy the operation to bring an undescended testicle into the scrotum medicine
sakal-rasahtra testicular cancer cancer of the testicles/testes medicine
sakal-snem orchidectomy surgical removal of one or both testicles; also called orchiectomy medicine
sakal-yonshaya orchitis inflammation of one or both of the testes, often occurring as a result of mumps or other infection, trauma, or metastasis medicine
saktra- autistic characteristic of or suffering from autism (adj.) medicine
saktra-nosh autism an abnormal absorption with the self; marked by communication disorders and short attention span and inability to treat others as people medicine
saktraik autistic characteristic of or suffering from autism (adj.) medicine
samasu juice a bodily secretion (digestive juices) medicine
samek-yontaya chilblain chilblain; painful shins (I believe) medicine
sanesh amputation a surgical removal of all or part of a limb; a condition of disability resulting from the loss of one or more limbs medicine
sanesh-tor amputate to cut off (a projecting body part), especially by surgery medicine
saseshaya evulstion tearing away of a part or new growth; forcible extraction as of teeth medicine
sash t'dah-ha-svitan (SDH) deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) a long linear polymer found in the nucleus of a cell and formed from nucleotides and shaped like a double helix; associated with the transmission of genetic information medicine
sashavau-fim exposure dose exposure dose medicine
sashitaya dislocation dislocation of a joint medicine
sau-ha'tanau-gluvayekik zan-vel fluroscope instrument used for observing the internal structure of the body by means of X rays medicine
saweinaya exuviation the act of casting off a skin or shed a skin, shell, etc. medicine
saya-has-mar radiation sickness syndrome resulting from exposure to ionizing radiation (e.g., exposure to radioactive chemicals or to nuclear explosions) ranging from nausea to death medicine
sayorkanau disembowel to disembowel medicine
sayorkunau eviscerate to disembowel someone; to remove the entrails from medicine
shad-faka encephalocele protrusion of the brain through a cranial fissure medicine
shad-gnal brain tumor any mass created by an abnormal and uncontrolled growth of cells either found in the brain medicine
shad-has encephalopathy study of the structure, function and pathology of the brain medicine
shad-katromlar brain waves a rhythmic fluctuation of electric potential between parts of the brain, as seen on an electroencephalogram medicine
shad-khaf-yumaya cerebral blood flow blood flow to the brain medicine
shad-khafaya cerebral hemorrhage a subtype of intracranial hemorrhage that occurs within the brain tissue itself. Intracerebral hemorrhage can be caused by brain trauma, or it can occur spontaneously in hemorrhagic stroke medicine
shad-kisheya stroke a sudden loss of brain function caused by a blockage or rupture of a blood vessel to the brain medicine
shad-yonshaya encephalitis inflammation of the brain medicine
shaf- cystic of or relating to or resembling a cyst; of or relating to a normal cyst (as the gallbladder or urinary bladder) (adjective) medicine
shafik cystic of or relating to or resembling a cyst; of or relating to a normal cyst (as the gallbladder or urinary bladder) medicine
shakhu-tal geriatrics the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and problems specific to the aged medicine
shakhuvaya-tal gerontology the scientific study of the biological, psychological, and sociological phenomena associated with old age and aging medicine
shal-has-sak epidemic appearance of a disease/illness that attacks many people at the same time medicine
shal-tevakh t'khaf-spol-dvunek myocardial infarction sudden interruption or insufficiency of the supply of blood to the heart, typically resulting from occlusion or obstruction of a coronary artery medicine
sharu hiatus a separation, aperture, fissure, or short passage in an organ or body part medicine
sharu hiatus a separation, aperture, fissure, or short passage in an organ or body part medicine
sharusha operate to perform surgery medicine
sharushan operation a surgical procedure for remedying an injury, ailment, defect, or dysfunction medicine
sharushan surgery a surgical operation or procedure, especially one involving the removal or replacement of a diseased organ or tissue medicine
sharutaya ostomy surgical construction of an artificial excretory opening, as a colostomy or ileostomy medicine
shau fracture to cause to break: fracture a bone; to disrupt or destroy as if by breaking (verb) medicine
shaun-ton heartburn a burning sensation, usually centered in the middle of the chest near the sternum, caused by the reflux of acidic stomach fluids medicine
shaya fracture the act or process of breaking; a break, rupture, or crack, especially in bone or cartilage (noun) medicine
shi'has hospital an institution that provides medical, surgical, or psychiatric care and treatment for the sick or the injured medicine
shi'spes-yonshaya laryngitis inflammation of the larynx medicine
shi-klotau-vel thrombus a blood clot formed within a blood vessel and remaining attached to its place of origin medicine
shivau paralyze cause to be paralyzed and immobile; make powerless and unable to function medicine
shivaya paralysis loss of the ability to move a body part medicine
si-grat- extracranial outside of the cranium or skull (adjective) medicine
si-gratik extracranial outside of the cranium or skull (adjective) medicine
si-kash-ralik pakashogaya extrasensory perception (ESP) powers of perception of external objects or events not directly accessible to any of the sense organs medicine
si-mev- extravascular outside a vessel (adjective) medicine
si-mev-tasau extravasate to cause or allow the escape of blood from the proper vessels; to pour forth (lava) from a vent medicine
si-mev-tasaya extravasation the escape of fluids (blood, lymph, serum) into the surrounding tissue. medicine
si-mevik extravascular outside a vessel (adjective) medicine
si-nala- extracellular outside of the cell (adjective) medicine
si-nalaik extracellular outside of the cell (adjective) medicine
si-sudef- extrauterine situated or occuring outside of the uterus as a pregnancy (adjective) medicine
si-sudefik extrauterine situated or occuring outside of the uterus as a pregnancy (adjective) medicine
si-toltra- extrachromosomal outside of the chromosome (adjective) medicine
si-toltraik extrachromosomal outside of the chromosome (adjective) medicine
si-vukhut- extracorporeal outside of the body (adjective) medicine
si-vukhutik extracorporeal outside of the body (adjective) medicine
sival sore painful to the touch; tender; feeling physical pain; hurting (noun) medicine
skag cree skin cancer a mild form of skin cancer among Vulcans (SF Medical Reference) medicine
skag maug skin cancer a deadly form of skin cancer among Vulcans; it killed thousands in 4100 BC, Vulcan calendar (SF Medical Reference) medicine
skasaya treatment administration or application of remedies to a patient or for a disease or injury; medicinal or surgical management; therapy medicine
skau-tor digest to make more concise; to convert food into absorbable substances; to soften or disintegrate by means of chemical action, heat, or moisture (verb) medicine
skaun digestion the organic process by which food is converted into substances that can be absorbed into the body; the process of decomposing organic matter (as in sewage) by bacteria or by chemical action or heat medicine
skaun-ek'ur-tal gastroenterology the study of disorders affecting the stomach, intestines, and associated organs medicine
skaun-sa'haf-razhen gastric ulcer an ulcer occurring in the mucous membrane of the stomach medicine
skaun-sa'haf-snem gastrectomy surgical excision of part or all of the stomach medicine
skaun-sa'haf-sovau eruct to belch; burb (verb) medicine
skaun-sa'haf-sovaya eructation belching medicine
skaun-sa'haf-yonshaya gastritis chronic or acute inflammation of the stomach, especially of the mucous membrane of the stomach medicine
skaun-yon pyrosis a painful burning sensation in the chest caused by gastroesophageal reflux; heartburn medicine
skek wound an injury, especially one in which the skin or another external surface is torn, pierced, cut, or otherwise broken medicine
skek-nalatra-snem debridement procedure to remove dead tissue from a wound/burn medicine
skichra epilepsy abnormal firing of brain cells producing seizures (anc.) medicine
skonn-neshuhk ectoparasite parasite that lives upon the exteriour of its host, like a louse medicine
skonn-sharu stoma a surgically constructed opening, especially one in the abdominal wall that permits the passage of waste after a colostomy or ileostomy medicine
slah- fibrous having, consisting of, or resembling fibers; full of sinews; tough (adj.) medicine
slah-eshaf-has asbestosis a chronic, progressive lung disease caused by prolonged inhalation of asbestos particles medicine
slah-gnal fibroid tumor a fibroma or myoma occurring especially in the uterine wall medicine
slah-gnal fibroma a benign, usually enclosed neoplasm composed primarily of fibrous tissue medicine
slah-nalatra-yonshaya fibrositis Inflammation of fibrous connective tissue, especially surrounding the muscles, causing pain, stiffness medicine
slahik fibrous having, consisting of, or resembling fibers; full of sinews; tough (adj.) medicine
slakh nausea a feeling of sickness in the stomach characterized by an urge to vomit medicine
smashau-mev catheter a thin flexible tube inserted into the body to permit introduction or withdrawal of fluids or to keep the passageway open medicine
snem t'el-klotau-vel embolectomy to remove an embolus (foreign body that forms an obstruction in a blood vessel) medicine
snem t'os-khaf-mev phlebectomy surgical removal or all or part of a vein; sometimes done in cases of severe varicose veins medicine
snem-masu-nisan paracentesis centesis (inserting a scope to remove fluid) of the belly to remove fluid for diagnosis medicine
snesh excision the area of the removal of a growth (noun) medicine
snesh-tor excise to remove by cutting out, as in a growth or tumor (verb) medicine
snuhglau gargle to force exhaled air through a liquid held in the back of the mouth, with the head tilted back, in order to cleanse or medicate the mouth or throat medicine
so-resh madness the quality or condition of being insane (anc.) medicine
solek-storaya pedogenesis reproduction of young during the larval or preadult stage, occurring chiefly in insects medicine
solek-tal pedology the study of the physical and mental development and characteristics of children medicine
solektra-naf isthmus a narrow strip of tissue joining two larger organs or parts of an organ; a narrow passage connecting two larger cavities medicine
sov-ladik aerobic living or occurring only in the presence of oxygen; involving or improving oxygen consumption by the body medicine
sov-tan-tor aerate to supply with air or expose to the circulation of air; to expose to oxygen, as in the oxygenation of the blood by respiration medicine
sovik khaf-mev-klotaya air embolism obstruction of the circulatory system caused by an air bubble accidentally during surgery or an injection or as a complication from scuba diving medicine
spoh-tukh svi'khaf kalemia the presence of abnormal amounts of potassium in the circulating blood medicine
stan exudation the act of exuding; that which is exuded as in sweat medicine
stan-tor exude to ooze or trickle forth through pores or gashes (sweat, gum, etc); to discharge gradually in this manner medicine
stan-tukh exudate exuded matter medicine
stonn-wadi keratoderma any skin disorder consisting of a growth that appears horny medicine
stukh-wan nebula a faint cloudy spot on the cornea medicine
sudef-masu-nisan amniocentesis extraction by centesis of amniotic fluid from a pregnant woman (after the 15th week of pregnancy) to aid in the diagnosis of fetal abnormalities medicine
sudef-set metroptosis prolapse of the uterus medicine
sudef-snem hysterectomy surgical removal of part or all of the uterus medicine
sudef-wak gestation the period of development in the uterus from conception until birth; pregnancy; period before a germ becomes active medicine
suk'shal-has-sak pandemic an epidemic over a wide geographic area and affecting a large proportion of the population medicine
surah'than neuro-pressure technique another neuro-pressure technique that was not demonstrated (ENT Rajiin) medicine
sut ache a dull, steady pain; a longing or desire; a yen; a painful sorrow (noun) medicine
sutorik kapol-nafek artificial kidney a machine that uses dialysis to remove impurities and waste products from the bloodstream before returning the blood to the patient's body medicine
sutorik khaf-spol artificial heart a pump that replaces the natural heart medicine
sutorik sa-neitaya artificial insemination introduction of semen into the vagina or uterus without sexual contact medicine
sval lesion a localized pathological change in a bodily organ or tissue; a wound or injury; an infected or diseased patch of skin medicine
t'dahsular s'ka-yu-mur monozygotic twins either of two twins developed from the same fertilized ovum (having the same genetic material); identical twins medicine
t'dahsular s'natya-yu-murlar dizygotic twins dizygotic twins; twins from 2 eggs; fraternal twins medicine
t'lokan schism t'lokan schism a condition wherein a repressed memory causes physical brain damage; can be treated with a mindmeld with a family member (VOY Flashback) medicine
t'sahsular s'ka-yu-mur identical twins the result of a single zygote (fertilized egg) splitting into two cell masses and becoming two individuals medicine
ta'bek drug drug; pharmaceutical (noun) (anc.) medicine
ta-bek-tehnaya drug resistance drug resistance medicine
tab-nala-dukal blastocyst the modified blastula (early embryonic form produced by cleavage of a fertilized ovum ) that is characteristic of placental mammals medicine
tak-storaya ontogeny the origin and development of an individual organism from embryo to adult; also called ontogenesis medicine
talvot germ a small mass of protoplasm or cells from which a new organism or one of its parts may develop; a microorganism, especially a pathogen medicine
talvot-tal bacteriology the branch of medical science that studies bacteria in relation to disease medicine
tau fever abnormally high body temperature (VLI) medicine
tau-fam afebrile having no fever medicine
taulik febrile having a fever; feverish medicine
taulik feverish of, relating to, or resembling a fever; having a fever or symptoms characteristic of a fever medicine
tauvolau incision a cut into a body tissue or organ, especially one made during surgery; the scar resulting from such a cut. medicine
tchorka-pla'dor(-nosh) kyphosis abnormal rearward curvature of the spine, resulting in protuberance of the upper back; hunchback medicine
tedvun flexion the act of bending a joint or limb in the body by the action of flexors; the part that is bent medicine
tefosh'es immunity the quality or condition of being immune; inherited, acquired, or induced resistance to infection by a specific pathogen medicine
tefosh- immune not subject to an obligation imposed on others; exempt; of relating to, or having resistance to infection by a specific pathogen medicine
tefosh-kesaya immune response an integrated bodily response to an antigen especially one mediated by lymphocytes medicine
tefoshik immune not subject to an obligation imposed on others; exempt; of relating to, or having resistance to infection by a specific pathogen medicine
tehn-ausham-tukh antivenom a medication that contains an antibody, specific to a toxin, for the purpose of deactivating its harmful effect medicine
tehn-folau-tukh allergen a substance, such as pollen, that causes an allergy medicine
tehn-folaya allergy hypersensitivity reaction to a particular allergen; symptoms can vary greatly in intensity medicine
tehn-gisam-tukh antidote a remedy or other agent used to neutralize or counteract the effects of a poison medicine
tehn-huhsh-tukh antitussive any medicine used to suppress or relieve coughing medicine
tehn-sash-meil antacid a substance, such as magnesia or sodium bicarbonate, that neutralizes acid medicine
tehn-talvot(-tukh) antibiotic a chemical substance derivable from a mold or bacterium that kills microorganisms and cures infections (noun) medicine
tehn-vel antigen a substance that when introduced into the body stimulates the production of an antibody medicine
tehn-vihk-tukh anticoagulant medicine that prevents or retards the clotting of blood; agent that prohibits coagulation (clotting of blood) medicine
ten-kan-bu embryo embryo (TGV - a dialect of VLI Vulcan) medicine
ten-kan-bu premature infant a baby after a gestation period of less than the normal time medicine
ten-khrasaya premature ejaculation more rapid occurrence of climax and ejaculation in the male during sexual intercourse than he or his partner wishes medicine
ten-mag-nosh oligodipsia abnormal lack of thirst medicine
ten-shakhuvau-nosh progeria a rare congenital disorder of childhood characterized by rapid onset of the physical changes typical of old age in death before the age of 20 medicine
ten-uklar-nosh oligodactyly congenital condition in which some fingers or toes are missing medicine
ten-vazh-torvaya oliguria production of an abnormally small amount of urine medicine
ten-zudlar-nosh oligodontia congenital condition in which some of the teeth are missing medicine
tenkan fetus; foetus the unborn young from the end of the 8th week to the moment of birth (MGV - a dialect of VLI Vulcan) medicine
tenkan- fetal; foetal of, pertaing to, or typical of a fetus (MGV - a dialect of VLI Vulcan) medicine
tenkan-tal fetology study of fetal development medicine
tenkan-zan-vel fetoscope a type of stethoscope designed for listening to the fetal heartbeat. medicine
tenkanik fetal; foetal of, pertaing to, or typical of a fetus (MGV - a dialect of VLI Vulcan) medicine
teporek excitor an afferent nerve exciting greater action in the part it supplies; a stimulant medicine
terog stitch a single complete movement of a threaded needle in sewing or surgical suturing; a sudden sharp pain, especially in the side medicine
terog suture (stitch) the line or stitch so formed by a suture thread medicine
terog-elakh suture (material) the thread or other material used surgically to close a wound or join tissues medicine
terog-tor stitch to fasten or join with or as if with stitches; to fasten together with staples or thread medicine
terog-tor suture to join by means of sutures or a suture (verb) medicine
terpaya adhesion a condition in which bodily tissues that are normally separate grow together medicine
tersayek coupling the act of pairing a male and female for reproductive purposes; mating; fornicating medicine
tessau addict to cause to become physiologically or psychologically dependent on a habit-forming substance (verb) medicine
tessausu addict one who is addicted, as to narcotics or a compulsive activity; a devoted adherent; a fan (noun) medicine
tessaya addiction compulsive physiological and psychological need for a habit-forming substance medicine
tev-nalatra-storaya infarction the formation or development of an infarct; sudden interruption or insufficiency of the supply of blood to the heart medicine
tev-tor die to pass from physical life and lose all all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life; to cease living (verb) medicine
tevakh death the event of dying or departure from life; the permanent end of all life functions in an organism or part of an organism (VLI) medicine
tevik dead people who are no longer living (VLI); deceased medicine
tevik deceased people who are no longer living; no longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life (VLI); deceased medicine
tevikeh cadaver a dead body, especially one intended for dissection medicine
tevikeh corpse the dead body of a human being; cadaver (old contraction of "tevik-veh") medicine
tevikeh-nisaya autopsy an examination and dissection of a dead body to determine cause of death or the changes produced by disease medicine
thas-spol breast pump a mechanical device that extracts milk from the breasts of a woman who is lactating medicine
thasaya lactation secretion or formation of milk by the mammary glands; the period during which the mammary glands secrete milk medicine
thasek-storau-pilikaya thelarche the start of breast development in a woman at the beginning of puberty medicine
thel'a-di'kish-torek fat metabolism the breaking down of fat by the body medicine
thel'a-nala-rasahtra liposarcoma sarcoma of fat cells medicine
thel'a-zalu-masu gall a skin sore caused by friction and abrasion: a saddle gall; to become irritated, chafed, or sore medicine
thel'an'es obesity the condition of being obese; increased body weight caused by excessive accumulation of fat medicine
thel'an- obese extremely fat; grossly overweight (adj) medicine
thel'anik obese extremely fat; grossly overweight (adj) medicine
thel-upik gnal lipoma a benign tumor composed chiefly of fat cells; a fat cyst medicine
tihet-vo'ektilahr-venek homeostasis the ability or tendency of an organism or cell to maintain internal equilibrium by adjusting its physiological processes medicine
to'ovak growth an abnormal mass of tissue, such as a tumor, growing in or on a living organism medicine
tol- genetic of or relating to genetics or genes; affecting or determined by genes; of, relating to, or influenced by the origin or development of something (adj.) medicine
tol-has genetic diseases a disease or disorder that is inherited genetically medicine
tol-mish-tal genetic engineering scientific alteration of the structure of genetic material in a living organism medicine
tol-tal genetics the branch of biology that studies heredity and variation in organisms medicine
tol-ulidek genetic marker a gene or DNA sequence having a known location on a chromosome and associated with a particular gene or trait medicine
tolasau clone to make multiple identical copies of (verb) medicine
tolasaya clone a group of genetically identical cells or organisms derived from a single cell or individual by some kind of asexual reproduction medicine
tolik genetic of or relating to genetics or genes; affecting or determined by genes; of, relating to, or influenced by the origin or development of something (adj.) medicine
toltra-besan karyotype the appearance of the chromosomal makeup of a somatic cell in an individual or species medicine
toltra-besan chromosome map a graphic representation of the arrangement of genes on a chromosome medicine
toltra-besaun chromosome mapping the the process of locating genes on a chromosome medicine
toltra-eku chromosome set the group of different chromosomes that carries the basic set of genetic information for a particular species medicine
toltra-wihfelaun chromosome sorting chromosome sorting (no definition available) medicine
ton'shu healing practice a form of healing practice with techniques similar to shiatsu, chiropractice medicine
torvau-torik anabolic or or related to the synthetic phase of metabolism; characterized by or promoting constructive metabolism medicine
torvaya t'yon-khaf-nalalar erthropoiesis formation of red blood corpuscles medicine
tow fever abnormally high body temperature medicine
tow-kath healing trance the healing fever or trance from which assistance is needed to revive; concentrates the patient's strength, blood, and antibodies onto the injured organs in a type of self-induced hypnosis [TOS Private Little War] medicine
treshau-shaya greenstick fracture a partial bone fracture, usually occurring in children (TGV dialect of VLI) medicine
treshaya greenstick fracture a partial bone fracture, usually occurring in children (MGV dialect of VLI) medicine
tsuri-khaf-ne'hish normotension normal tone, tension, or pressure medicine
tsuri-pa'kizh eupnea normal breathing as opposed to dyspnea (difficulty breathing) or apnea (absence of breathing) medicine
tu'asha t'os-khaf-mev phlebotomy the act or practice of opening a vein by incision or puncture to remove blood as a therapeutic treatment medicine
tu'ashal-pthak agoraphobia an abnormal fear of open or public places medicine
tuf-has-tal thoracic medicine the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the chest medicine
tuf-masu-nisan thoracocentesis removal of fluid from the chest by centesis for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes medicine
tuhs-bezhun- cross-eyed having both eyes oriented inward, especially involuntarily (adjective) medicine
tuhs-bezhunik cross-eyed having both eyes oriented inward, especially involuntarily medicine
tuhs-shidik cruciate one of the most commonly injured ligaments which stabilises the knee joint medicine
Tuvan Syndrome Vulcan Huntingtons Chorea a disease that slowly destroys a Vulcan's motor skills; kills victim 20-25 years after diagnosis; very similar to the human Huntingtons Chorea (DS9 "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges") medicine
tvi-dash internal injury an injury that is contained within the body and there is no external evidence of injury medicine
tvi-felu(-nosh) onyxis toenail having its free tip or edges embedded in the surrounding flesh; ingrown toenail medicine
tvi-ha-velik in vivo within a living organism: metabolic studies conducted in vivo; in vivo techniques medicine
tvi-kaluk-hinekaya otosclerosis a disease of the ear in which the movement of the stapes becomes impeded by abnormal deposits of spongy bone, leading to a progressive loss of hearing medicine
tvi-kan-bu fetus; foetus the unborn young from the end of the 8th week to the moment of birth (TGV - a dialect of VLI Vulcan) medicine
tvi-kan-buyik fetal; foetal of, pertaing to, or typical of a fetus (TGV - a dialect of VLI Vulcan) medicine
tvi-neshuhk endoparasite any parasite living within a host medicine
tvi-sau-tal endocrinology study of endocrine system medicine
tvi-shal t'pid-sov-ne'hish hyperbaric chamber a large chamber in which the oxygen pressure is above normal for the atmosphere used in treating breathing disorders or carbon monoxide poisoning medicine
tvi-shitik in situ in the original position; in the original or natural place or site medicine
tvi-sudefik in utero in the uterus medicine
tvi-wek interphase the stage of a cell between two successive mitotic or meiotic divisions medicine
tvi-yu-mursuk viviparous producing living young (not eggs);giving birth to living offspring that develop within the mother's body; most mammals and some other animals are viviparous medicine
tvi-zan-vel endoscope device used to observe the inside of an organ or cavity; consists of tube and optical system medicine
tvi-zanan endoscopy inspections of organs or cavities by the use of the endoscope medicine
ug'yel-shad-kisheya sunstroke a dangerous physical condition that results when your body temperature gets too hot due to exposure to the sun or excessive heat medicine
ugel'es-bezhun-kusut photalgia pain in the eye resulting from exposure to bright light (often associated with albinism) medicine
uhfuk sneeze a symptom consisting of the involuntary expulsion of air from the nose (noun) medicine
uhfuk-tor sneeze to expel air forcibly from the mouth and nose in an explosive, spasmodic involuntary action as when an irritant entered one's nose (verb) medicine
ul-shivaya paresis a slight or partial paralysis medicine
ulef-nala-dahsaya meiosis the process of cell division in sexually reproducing organisms leading to the production of gametes in animals and spores in plants medicine
ulef-skaun-yemtra chyme what the stomach turns the food into during its part of digestion medicine
ulidar scar a mark left on the skin after a surface injury or wound has healed; a lingering sign of damage or injury, either mental or physical (noun) medicine
uzh-keshtik neonatal of or relating to newborn infants or an infant: neonatal care; neonatal disorders medicine
uzh-keshtu-tal neonatology the branch of pediatrics that deals with the diseases and care of newborn infants medicine
uzh-rasahtra neoplasm an abnormal new growth of tissue in animals or plants; a tumor medicine
va'prah (krus) transplant to transfer (tissue or an organ) from one body or body part to another medicine
vak-zehl x-ray a relatively high-energy photon used for their penetrating power in radiography, radiology, radiotherapy, and scientific research (noun) medicine
vak-zehl-tor x-ray to irradiate with x-rays; to photograph with x-rays (verb) medicine
vasek palliative relieving or soothing the symptoms of a disease or disorder without effecting a cure; e.g. palliative cure for terminally-ill patients medicine
vath-has-tal alternative medicine the practice of medicine without the use of drugs; may involve self-awareness medicine
vazh-ek'ur-tal urology the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the urinary tract and urogenital system medicine
vazh-khaf-nosh hematuria the presence of blood in the urine medicine
vazh-mev-klotaya urethrophraxis obstruction of the urethra medicine
vazh-mev-yonshaya urethritis inflammation of the urethra medicine
vazh-shal-yonshaya cystitis inflammation of the urinary bladder and ureters medicine
vazh-snem elimination elimination of urine medicine
vazhaf-neshan cystotomy making a hole into the bladder medicine
vazhaf-tu'ashan cystostomy removal of the bladder medicine
vazhaf-zan-vel cystoscope instrument used to look at the bladder; inserted through urethra medicine
vazhau urinate to excrete urine medicine
vazhau-kusut(-nosh) urodynia pain during urination medicine
vazhaya urination the discharge of urine medicine
vi'le-da-nosh t'bezhun(lar) esotropia cross-eyed medicine
vi'le-da-nosh t'bezhun(lar) cross-eyed having both eyes oriented inward, especially involuntarily medicine
vi-esh-tor inhale to draw (air or smoke, for example) into the lungs by breathing; inspire; breathe in medicine
vi-kas inoculum the material used in an inoculation; also called inoculant. medicine
vi-kasaya inoculation the introduction of an antigenic substance or vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease medicine
vihinekik intraosseous within a bone medicine
vihk lump an irregularly shaped mass or piece; a swelling or small palpable mass (noun) medicine
vihk-klotaya t'khaf-spol coronary thrombosis a blood clot in the coronary arteries medicine
vihk-tukh agglutinin a substance, such as an antibody, that is capable of causing agglutination of a particular antigen, especially red blood cells or bacteria medicine
vihk-tukh coagulant coagulant; blood clotting agent medicine
vimevaya intravasation entry of foreign matter into a blood vessel medicine
vimevilayek inducer a part or structure in an embryo that influences the differentiation of another part medicine
vin-storaya puberty the stage of adolescence in which an individual becomes physiologically capable of sexual reproduction medicine
viosik intravenous a drug, nutrient solution, or other substance administered into a vein; within or administered into a vein medicine
vipohshau inject to force or drive (a fluid) into something; to introduce (a drug or vaccine, for example) into a body part using a syringe/hypospray medicine
vipohshaya injection something that is injected, especially a dose of liquid medicine injected into the body; the act of injecting medicine
vipohtek syringe a medical instrument used to inject fluids into the body or draw them from it medicine
vishitau implant, to to insert or embed (an object or a device) surgically: implant a drug capsule; implant a pacemaker; to graft or insert (a tissue) within the body medicine
vishitaya implant something implanted, especially a surgically implanted tissue or device (noun) medicine
vismashaya infusion introduction of a solution into the body through a vein for therapeutic purposes; the so introduced: a sucrose infusion medicine
vitem-tor swallow to cause (food or drink, for example) to pass through the mouth and throat into the stomach (verb) medicine
vitor-nol-tukh activated carbon powdered or granular carbon used for purifying by adsorption; given orally (as a slurry) it is an antidote for some kinds of poisons medicine
vitor-yonol-tukh activated charcoal powdered or granular carbon used for purifying by adsorption; given orally (as a slurry) it is an antidote for some kinds of poisons medicine
viyatau impregnate to make pregnant; inseminate; to fertilize (an ovum, for example); fill throughout; saturate; to permeate or imbue medicine
vlau-keh-eshu t'shek-tukh ferrous sulfate iron sulfate; pale, bluish-green crystals; used internally, asme as other preparations of iron medicine
vohri-threshan-nosh t'kahf-spol bradycardia slow heart beat medicine
vokaya-pak amnesia partial or total loss of memory medicine
vugau fester to develop pus; ulcerate; to cause an infection, inflammation, and the formation of pus medicine
vukhut-dvun-tal kinesiology the study of the anatomy, physiology, and mechanics of body movement, especially in humans medicine
vukhut-mev-tal angiology the study of blood and lymph vessels medicine
vukhut-tal anatomy the science of the shape and structure of organisms and their parts; the human body medicine
wadashau sweat to excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin; perspire; to condense atmospheric moisture medicine
wadashau-aishaik diaphoretic inducing perspiration (adjective) medicine
wadashau-tukh diaphoretic medication to remove excess fluid from the body (noun) medicine
wadashaya diaphoresis removal of excess fluid from the body medicine
wadi- cutaneous relating to or existing on or affecting the skin (adjective) medicine
wadi- dermal of or relating to or located in the dermis; of or relating to a cuticle or cuticula (adjective) medicine
wadi-foshuhl exfoliate to separate or peel on in layers, scales, flakes, etc., as in skin or bark or bone, medicine
wadi-foshuhn exfoliation the act of exfoliating; the scaling off of dead tissue medicine
wadi-grashaya dermabrasion to remove the outer surface of the skin medicine
wadi-rasahtra skin cancer a malignant neoplasm of the skin medicine
wadi-rasahtra t'mu-kur-nalalar melanoma a dark-pigmented, usually malignant tumor arising from a melanocyte and occurring most commonly in the skin medicine
wadi-tal dermatology the branch of medicine that is concerned with the physiology and pathology of the skin medicine
wadi-thel'asu-shaf sebaceous cyst a common cyst of the skin; filled with fatty matter (sebum) that is secreted by a sebaceous gland that has been blocked medicine
wadi-vaferek dermal regenerator device used to heal damaged skin by emitting a controlled dose of radiation, and can be used for everything from removing light cosmetic blemishes to healing severe burns medicine
wadi-yar'es s'pi'khaf-mev-eikan prasema Vulcan erythema (abnormal greenness of the skin resulting from dilation of blood vessels (as in sunburn or inflammation)) medicine
wadi-yar'es-nosh praseoderma Vulcan erythroderma (any skin disorder involving abnormal greenness) medicine
wadi-yarek bruise an injury to underlying tissues or bone in which the skin is not broken, often characterized by ruptured blood vessels and discolorations medicine
wadi-yarek contusion an injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration medicine
wadi-yon'es s'pi'haf-mev-eikan erythemia redness; a rash medicine
wadi-yon'es-nosh erythroderma abnormal redness of the skin medicine
wadi-yonshaya dermatitis inflammation of the dermis (skin) medicine
wadiyik cutaneous relating to or existing on or affecting the skin medicine
wadiyik dermal of or relating to or located in the dermis; of or relating to a cuticle or cuticula medicine
wan-isachya-bosh leukotrichia whiteness of the hair medicine
wan-shal-bosh t'nala-tin leukoplakia an abnormal condition characterized by white spots or patches on mucous membranes, especially of the mouth and vulva medicine
wehk-nosh t'vihk-nalalar thrombocytosis increase in the number of platelets in the blood which tends to cause clots to form; associated with many neoplasms and chronic infections and other diseases medicine
wel-gir-yonshaya radiculitis inflammation of the radicle of a nerve medicine
wel-hasam neurotoxin a toxin that damages or destroys nerve tissue medicine
wel-kusut neuralgia sharp severe paroxysmal pain extending along a nerve or group of nerves medicine
wel-yonshaya neuritis inflammation of a nerve or group of nerves, characterized by pain, loss of reflexes, and atrophy of the affected muscles medicine
wu-patam- dolichocephalic having a skull with a long anteriour-posteriour diameter (adjective) medicine
wu-patamik dolichocephalic having a skull with a long anteriour-posteriour diameter medicine
wuh-pa'ashutik zygomorphic bilaterally symmetrical; used of organisms or parts medicine
wuk canker ulceration of the mouth and lips; an inflammation or infection of the ear and auditory canal, especially in dogs and cats medicine
yak-gnal lymphoma any of various usually malignant tumors that arise in the lymph nodes or in other lymphoid tissue medicine
yamareen hormone hormone released during pon farr medicine
yartik-luk ergot drug obtained from a parasitical fungus on rye medicine
yeht-avon-ashenauk orexigenic appetite-stimulating medicine
yeht-kash'es sanity the quality or condition of being sane; soundness of mind; soundness of judgment or reason medicine
yeht-kash- sane of sound mind; mentally healthy (VLI) medicine
yeht-kashik sane of sound mind; mentally healthy (VLI) medicine
yeht-lamanik orthostatic relating to or caused by standing upright medicine
yel-wadi-yontaya sunburn inflammation or blistering of the skin caused by overexposure to direct sunlight (noun) medicine
yem-gisaman food poisoning illness caused by poisonous or contaminated food medicine
yemtra bolus a single, relatively large quantity of a substance, such as a dose of a drug, intended for therapeutic use and taken orally medicine
yokul-tashan diet decrease the amount of food; controlled eating (verb) medicine
yon-pthak pyrophobia a morbid, illogical fear of fire medicine
yonshaya inflammation a localized protective reaction of tissue to irritation, injury, or infection, characterized by pain, redness, swelling, loss of function medicine
yonshaya t'feshek-nalatra-tin peritonitis inflammation of the peritoneum medicine
yonshaya t'hinek-nalatra-wein periostitis inflammation of the periosteum medicine
yonshaya t'neik-skaun-ek'ur gastroenteritis inflammation of the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines medicine
yonshaya t'os-khaf-mev phlebitis inflammation of a vein medicine
yonshaya t'tuf-nala-tin pleurisy inflammation of the pleura accompanied by accumulation of fluid in the pleural cavity, chills, fever, and painful breathing and coughing medicine
yonshaya t'tvi-tin t'khaf-spol endocarditis inflammation of the lining membrane of the heart medicine
yonshaya t'uzh-khaf-mev endarteritis inflammation of innermost coat of an aterery caused by syphillis, trauma, bacteria, infective thrombis medicine
yontau-masu-vihk blister a local swelling of the skin that contains watery fluid and is caused by burning or irritation (noun) medicine
yontau-vinem-kusut odynophagia severe pain on swallowing due to a disorder of the esophagus medicine
yontaya burn an injury produced by fire, heat, radiation, electricity, or a caustic agent (VLI) (noun) medicine
yontaya-net eshar a slough (scab), esp. one following a cauterization or a burn (medicine) medicine
yu-mur-shidaya oogenesis the formation, development, and maturation of an ovum medicine
yu-mur-titaya spawning to deposit eggs; produce spawn; to produce offspring in large numbers medicine
yu-mur-vishitaya nidation the organic process whereby a fertilized egg becomes implanted in the lining of the uterus of placental mammals medicine
yuk-vazhaya nocturia excessive urination at night; especially common in older men medicine
yuk-vazhaya nycturia excessive urination at night; especially common in older men medicine
yukal-masu-haf ovarian cyst a cystic tumor (usually benign) of the ovary medicine
yukal-rasahtra ovarian cancer a malignant tumour of the ovaries medicine
yukal-snem oophorectomy surgical removal of one or both ovaries; also called ovariectomy medicine
yukal-snem ovariectomy surgical removal of one or both ovaries; also called oophorectomy medicine
yukal-yonshaya oophoritis inflammation of an ovary; also called ovaritis medicine
yukau ovulate to produce ova; discharge eggs from the ovary medicine
yukaya ovulation the expulsion of an ovum from the ovary (usually midway in the menstrual cycle) medicine
za-thakau-nosh hyperopia an abnormal condition of the eye in which vision is better for distant objects than for near objects; far-sighted medicine
zalu-nafek-snem pancreatectomy surgical removal of all or part of the pancreas medicine
zalu-nafek-yonshaya pancreatitis inflammation of the pancreas medicine
zat'es acuity acuteness of vision or perception; keenness medicine
zeshaya bite a skin wound or puncture produced by an animal's teeth or mouthparts; the act of biting (VLI) (noun) medicine
zhit-ashiv-nosh palilalia a pathological condition in which a word is rapidly and involuntarily repeated medicine
zhu-fam deaf people who have severe hearing impairments; unable to hear medicine
zhu-fam'es deafness partial or complete loss of hearing medicine
zhu-tal audiology (alt. spelling) the study of hearing, especially hearing defects and their treatment medicine
zhu-yehat audible heard or perceptible by the ear medicine
zhumav bandage a piece of soft material that covers and protects an injured part of the body medicine
zud-famik edentulous having no teeth medicine
zud-kusut odontalgia a toothache medicine
zud-nalatra-yonshaya gingivitis inflammation of the gums, characterized by redness and swelling medicine
zud-nehaya dental caries cavities in your teeth medicine
zud-nik-tok dental formula an abridged expression for the number and kind of teeth of mammals; a brief notation used by zoologists to denote the number and kind of teeth of a mammal to denote the number and kind of teeth of a mammal. medicine
zud-razh cavity soft decayed area in a tooth; progressive decay can lead to the death of a tooth medicine
zud-wadi-khafaya ulemorrhagia bleeding of the gums medicine
zud-wadi-yonshaya ulitis inflammation of the gums medicine
zudaya odontiasis the eruption through the gums of baby teeth; teething medicine
zudaya teething to grow teeth; cut one's teeth medicine

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