A ragged wound or cut.
Also called the colon, it is where any water from your food is absorbed.
Inflammation of the larynx and vocal cords as a result of infection.
The medical word for voice box – the part of your throat that produces sound.
Medication taken to stimulate a bowel movement and relieve constipation.
The part of the eye that lets you focus what you see so it is clear.
Otherwise known as a wound or injury.
A type of cancer that affects blood cells.
A band of tissue that holds the ends of bone together.
The liver is both the largest organ and gland in the human body. It regulates chemicals such as blood sugar.
This is the space inside a tube. In medicine, its usually used to refer to the inside of a tubular organ, like your intestines, or the inside of a tube to give medicine, like a central line.
The pair of organs that handle respiration (breathing).
This is a fluid that circulated in the lymphatic system. It's full of lymphocytes – white blood cells which fight infection.
This is part of the immune system. Lymphatic vessels drain lymph away from the body and back into the bloodstream.
This is a type of white blood cell that fights infection. There are two types – T cells and B cells. B cells protect against second attacks of infectious diseases like measles.
A type of cancer that affects the lymphatic system. There are two types – Hodgkin's Lymphoma and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma.