Slowness of movement.
The Bradbury Hospice is a hospital in New Territories, Hong Kong.
Braddan Private Hospital
The Braddan Private Hospital is a hospital in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
All doctors near Bradford, Great Britain. Doctors who can assist a patient in Bradford.
Bradford Hospital Foundation
The Bradford Hospital Foundation is a hospital in Bradford, Pennsylvania, United States.
Bradford Nursing Pavilion
The Bradford Nursing Pavilion is a hospital in Bradford, Pennsylvania, United States.
Bradford Regional Medical Center
Bradford Regional Medical Center is a hospital in Bradford, Pennsylvania (USA).
Bradford Royal Infirmary
The Bradford Royal Infirmary is a hospital in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England (Great Britain).
Bradley County Medical Center
Bradley County Medical Center is a hospital in Warren, Arkansas (USA).
The Bradley Hospital is a hospital in East Providence, Rhode Island, United States.
Bradley Memorial Hospital
Bradley Memorial Hospital is a hospital in Cleveland,Tennessee (USA).
Bradley Memorial Hospital and Health Center
Bradley Memorial Hospital and Health Center is a hospital in Soughington, Connecticut (USA).
Suffix meaning slow.
Abnormally slow heartbeat.
Slowness of thought processes.
(Pronounced brad-ip-nea.) Abnormally slow breathing. A respiratory rate that is too slow. The normal rate of respirations (breaths per minute) depends on a number of factors, including the age of the individual and the degree of exertion.
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Bone marrow transplant (BMT)
A procedure to replace a patient's diseased or treatment-damaged bone marrow with healthy marrow. The new marrow can be marrow that has been previously removed from the patient and stored until needed (autologous transplant); or marrow that is donated either from a genetically matched relative or unrelated donor (allogeneic transplant) or from the patient's genetically identical twin (syngeneic transplant).
Several large clusters of nerve cells, including the striatum and the substantia nigra, deep in the brain below the cerebral hemispheres.
An unexplained episode of facial muscle weakness or paralysis that begins suddenly and steadily worsens.
The number of times per minute that the eyelid automatically closes -- normally 10 to 30 per minute.
The protective membrane that separates circulating blood from brain cells.
Slowness of thought processes.
Also called "stroke". Happens when brain cells die because of inadequate blood flow.
The dentistry sense of base is cement placed under a dental restoration to insulate the pulp (nerve chamber)
Bicuspid or pre-molar
Transitional teeth behind the cuspids.
Juncture of two roots in posterior teeth.
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