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Medical Dictionary Definitions A - Z - «S»:

  1. Seizure, focal Seizure, focal
    Seizure, focal: See: Partial seizure....
  2. Seizure, focal motor Seizure, focal motor
    Seizure, focal motor: See: Focal motor seizure....
  3. Seizure, grand mal Seizure, grand mal
    Seizure, grand mal: See: Grand mal....
  4. Seizure, jackknife Seizure, jackknife
    Seizure, jackknife: See: Infantile spasms....
  5. Seizure, Jacksonian Seizure, Jacksonian
    Seizure, Jacksonian: See: Jacksonian seizure....
  6. Seizure, local Seizure, local
    Seizure, local: See: Partial seizure....
  7. Seizure, myoclonic Seizure, myoclonic
    Seizure, myoclonic: See: Myoclonic seizure....
  8. Seizure, partial Seizure, partial
    Seizure, partial: See: Partial seizure....
  9. Seizure, petit mal Seizure, petit mal
    Seizure, petit mal: See: Petit mal....
  10. Seizure, salaam Seizure, salaam
    Seizure, salaam: See: Infantile spasms....
  11. Seizure, tonic-clonic Seizure, tonic-clonic
    Seizure, tonic-clonic: See: Tonic-clonic seizure....
  12. Selective Estrogen-Receptor Modulator (SERM) Selective Estrogen-Receptor Modulator (SERM)
    Selective Estrogen-Receptor Modulator (SERM): A "designer estrogen" which possesses some, but not all, of the actions of estrogen. For example, raloxifene (trade name EVISTA) is classified as a SERM because it prevents bone loss (like estrogen) and lowers serum cholesterol (like estrogen) ...
  13. selective mutism selective mutism
    Selective mutism: An inability to speak in certain situations. See also apraxia, autism, mutism. ...
  14. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
    Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor: A selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) is one of the commonly prescribed drugs for treating depression. SSRIs affect the chemicals that nerves in the brain use to send messages to one another. These chemical messengers, called neurotransmitters, are r...
  15. Selective tubal occlusion procedure Selective tubal occlusion procedure
    Selective tubal occlusion procedure: (The acronym for selective tubal occlusion procedure is STOP.) A nonsurgical form of permanent birth control in which a physician inserts a 4-centimeter (1.6 inch) long metal coil into each one of a woman's two fallopian tubes via a scope passed through the cervi...