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  Progeny



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SIMILAR TERMS
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Progenitor cells
Or precursor cells. In fetal or adult tissues, these are partially differentiated cells that divide and give rise to differentiated cells.

Progeria
Premature aging.

Progestasert
Progestasert 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): progesterone.

Progesterone
A hormone produced in response to luteinizing hormone (LH) released from the pituitary gland. It is required to flush out the uterus if an egg is not fertilized. It is also useful for stimulating the growth of new bone mass.

Progestin
Synthetic form of the female sex hormone progesterone.

Progestin-induced hermaphroditism
A syndrome of hermaphroditic birth defect of the sex organs induced in the 46,XX gonadally female fetus by synthetic hormones, derivatives of progesterone and 19-nortestosterone, formerly used in cases of threatened miscarriage in the untried belief, subsequently proved erroneous, that they would preserve the pregnancy. After crossing the placenta in a small percentage of cases the hormone given to the mother had a masculinizing effect on the external genitalia of the daughter fetus.

Progestins
Synthetic analogs of progesterone that have some of the properties of natural progesterone.

Progestogen
A synthetic type of progesterone

Proglycem
Proglycem 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): diazoxide.

Prognosis
The anticipated outcome of treatment.

Prograf
Prograf 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): tacrolimus.

Progressions Health Systems
The Progressions Health Systems is a hospital in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, United States.

Progressive Care Center
The Progressive Care Center is a hospital in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States.

Progressive Of Media
The Progressive Of Media is a hospital in Media, Pennsylvania, United States.



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Posterior
At or toward the back.

Postoperative
After surgery.

Postpartum
After childbirth.

Premenstrual syndrome
PMS. Headache, irritability, edema (swelling), abdominal discomfort, pelvic pain and nausea in the days before the start of the menstrual periods of some women.

Presbycusis
Hearing loss due to old age.

Progeny

Progeria
Premature aging.

Psychoanalysis
A technique developed by Sigmund Freud for the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders.

Psychology
The scientific study of mental processes and behavior.

Psychopath
A person with a mental disorder characterized by the conspicuous disregard for the rights and needs of others, the lack of remorse and the lack of empathy for others.

Psychosis
A mental disorder with serious derangement of the thinking process, often including delusions or hallucinations.

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