Loop diuretic

Loop diuretic German: Schleifendiuretikum Contents 1 Definition 2 Pharmacology 3 Application 4 Side effects 5 Contraindications 1 Definition Loop diuretics are highly effective diuretic drugs (diureti
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Fossa ovalis

Fossa ovalis German: Fossa ovalis Definition The fossa ovalis is located on the side of the right atrium (atrium cordis dextrum) located within the atrial septum (septum interatriale cordis). It is a
13/11/2015

Lacuna

Lacuna German: Lakune 1 Definition In the field of medicine the lacuna is designated as a bay-like depression or cavity in a certain organ or a certain tissue. 2 Background Lacunae can be either macro
01/04/2015

Diiodothyronine

Diiodothyronine German: Diiodthyronin Diiodothyronines are thyroid hormones belonging to the class of iodothyronines and having two iodine atoms. Depending on the position of iodine atoms three isomer
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Adenylation

Adenylation German: Adenylierung 1 Definition An adenylation is a biochemical reaction which transfers an AMP molecule to another molecule. Adenylation should not be confused with polyadenylation whic
11/08/2017

Alar fascia

Alar fascia Contents 1 Definition 2 Anatomy 3 Clinical relevance 4 References 1 Definition The alar fascia is a subdivision of the prevertebral fascia and belongs to the cervical fascia. 2 Anatomy The
18/06/2016

Brachialis muscle

Brachialis muscle Synonym: upper arm muscle German: Musculus brachialis Contents 1 Definition 2 Devolution 3 Innervation 4 Function 1 Definition The brachialis muscle belongs to the group of the muscl
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Caudal

Caudal from the Latin: cauda — a tail or tail-like appendage German: Kaudal Definition Caudal is an adjective with, in human anatomy, the meanings: located beneath or on the underside; a position more
19/06/2014

Epicondyle

Epicondyle Greek: epi - around; condyle - ankle German: Epicondylus 1 Definition The epicondyle as part of the field of anatomy describes a bony prominence with direct attachment to an articular proce
25/08/2015

Thyroxine

Thyroxine Thyroxine is a non-proteinogenic amino acid. Its most important form is levothyroxine (L-T4), an essential hormone produced in the thyroid gland. Tags: Endocrinology, Hormones, Thyroid, Thyr
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