Anything relating to the radius; the bone in the forearm.
Making pictures using radioactive materials, like x-rays.
The study of making pictures using radioactive materials, like x-rays.
Using radioactive materials to treat diseases. A doctor that specialises in this is called a radiotherapist.
The outer and shorter bone of the forearm.
A temporary eruption on the skin that is usually red and sore. Often caused by a reaction to outside factors but also can be caused by infections and diseases such as Measles.
A first-aid position where an unconscious but breathing person can be laid to provide protection to the airway.
Red Blood Cells
Red blood cells carry oxygen from the lungs to cells around the body.
An involuntary or automatic response.
The backflow of liquid against its normal direction of movement.
The process of returning somebody to full health or fitness.
When a disease or condition returns following apparent recovery.
A reduction in the severity of a condition. Often used in terms of cancer to describe a reduction of cancer and its symptoms.
An operation where a section, or all, of a diseased part of a body, is removed.
The organs and parts of the body related to breathing.
When a person has been successfully revived after they had previously stopped breathing or their heart had failed. CPR is often the cause.
The layer on the back of the eyeball where what you see is converted into nerve signals which your brain understands.
A common form of arthritis that affects the joints and can lead to damage to bones and ligaments. Onset can occur at any age.
This is a special doctor who treats people that have problems with their joints and limbs.
The study of joints and diseases that affect them.