Multidisciplinary Several branches of medicine, science, or other professions working together toward common goals.
1. A continuous process whose basic purposes are to make phenomena recognizable and to predict outcomes, and whose fundamental activities comprise|(a) observing and describing phenomena and developing general conclusions about them; (b) integrating new data with organized observations that have been confirmed; (c) formulating testable hypotheses based on the results of such integration; (d) testing such hypotheses under controlled, repeatable conditions; (e) observing the results of such testing, recording them unambiguously, and interpreting them clearly; and (f) actively seeking criticism from participants in science. 2. Knowledge from science. 3. A scientific domain (e.g., genetics). 4. Knowledge from a particular scientific domain. 5. Any system or method characterized by the application of scientific principles to practical ends (e.g., culinary science). 6. Any disciplined, systematized area of study. 7. Methodological activity, training, or study. 8. Any activity that ostensibly requires study and method. 9. Knowledge from experience. 10. A developed ability. 11. The state of knowing.
The end-result or objective, which may be specified or required in advance.
All doctors near Multan, Pakistan. Doctors who can assist a patient in Multan.
MultiCare Health System
The MultiCare Health System is a hospital in Tacoma, Washington, United States.
A clinical trial conducted according to a single protocol but at more than one site, and therefore, carried out by more than one investigator.
A rare disorder which may be mistaken for rheumatoid arthritis due to the presence of nodules and an erosive arthritis.
Multifuge is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): piperazine citrate.
Multigated Acquisition Scan (MUGA scan)
A nuclear scan that evaluates the pumping function of the ventricles.
Multihance is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): gadobenate dimeglumine.
Multihance multipack is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): gadobenate dimeglumine.
The compulsive condition of recurrent limerence or falling in love and pair-bonding with a new partner for a period of limited duration. It is one of the manifestations of ultraertia. The degree of pair-bondedness with the partner, despite its brevity, distinguishes multiphilia from nymphomania and satyriasis (Don Juanism).
Two or more miscarriages (spontaneous abortions) by a woman. Couples who have had multiple abortions have about a 5% chance that one member of the couple is carrying a chromosome translocation responsible for the miscarriages.
More than 1 baby delivered.
The term to used to describe more than one fetus in the womb, as in the case of twins, triplets, or other higher order multiples. With the use of fertility drugs, multiples have become more common.
Split personality; a mental condition in which a person experiences him/herself as two or more different people, differently named, and with major extremes in behavior and life-style, each dissociated from the other, with variable degrees of overlap and shared memory or mutual amnesia Paraphilic sex crimes are commonly committed in a fugue-like, or dual-personality state Transvestophiles have a male and a female personality.
An auto-immune disease of the central nervous system, mainly affecting young adults, whose origin is unknown. It damages nerve fiber insulation (myelin) in a random and patchy manner, causing a wide range of neurological defects. It is characterized clinically by symptoms that typically abate spontaneously in the early years of the disease but often get gradually worse in later years.
A situation in which a person may mainifest several paraphilic syndromes synchronously with one another.
Multipotent stem cells
Stem cells from the embryo, fetus, or adult, whose progeny are of multiple differentiated cell types and usually, but not necessarily, all of a particular tissue, organ, or physiological system.
Having more than one variable, or caused by more than one determinant.
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Medical insurance coverage provided by a health maintenance organization (See HMO above).
Surgical removal of the entire breast. Radical mastectomy is surgical removal of the breast muscle and any number of lymph nodes; bilateral mastectomy is surgical removal of both breasts.
Matched Unrelated Transplants. Refers to bone marrow transplantation procedures in which the patient and the bone marrow are genetically matched but not family members.
The study and treatment of cancers with chemicals, biological products or immunotherapy.
Refers to a cancer which has spread to other parts of the body.
A change in handwriting with the script becoming smaller and more cramped.
MAO. An enzyme that breaks down dopamine. There are two types of MAO "A" and "B." In Parkinson's disease, it is beneficial to block the activity of MAO B.
Jerking, involuntary movements of the arms and legs. May occur normally during sleep.
Reproduction of structures made by pouring plaster or stone into a mold.
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