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Definition of the noun acardia
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noun - plural: -
- congenital absence of the heart (as in the development of some monsters)
Alternative definition of the noun acardia
- A birth defect in which the heart is absent
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adapted to perform the functions required of the parts, as to be incompatible, with even a temporary independent existence ; — Acardia is a manifest illustration : while others may be present without ever causing the slightest inconvenience ...
Common Malformations (2011)
by Lewis B. Holmes
Associated Malformations Acardia is a malformed twin fetus. There are many and varied structural abnormalities, all of which are FIGURE 24.2 Shows an amorphous acardiac twin with partial development of two legs. (Courtesy of Frederick R.
Acardia. The congenital absence of the heart.
Acapnia Acardia Acardiacus Acardius Acaricide Acarus Acaudal, Acaudate Accidental Self-Injection, Needle Stick Injury Accidents Accommodation Acemann Acephalobrachia Acephaly.
Concise Medical Dictionary (2015)
by Elizabeth Martin
acardia. n. congenital absence of the heart. The condition may occur in conjoined twins; the twin with the heart controls the circulation for both. acariasis. n. an infestation of mites and ticks and the symptoms, for example allergy and dermatitis, ...
Encyclopedia of Genetics (2014)
by Eric C.R. Reeve
an acardia twin with an absent or rudimentary non—functioning heart whose ...
by R P Manchanda
Acardia It is a congenital absence of the heart. Sometimes occuring in the smaller member of conjoined twins when its partner monopolizes the placental blood supply. Acceleration The rate of change in the velocity per unit time (per second, ...
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
acardia [a-kahr'de- ] a developmental anomaly with absence of theheart. acardiacus [a′′kahr-di' -kus ][L.]having noheart. acardius [a-kahr'de-us]an imperfectly formed twin fetus ...
by Bruce C. Carlstedt, Mary J. Stanaszek, Walter F. Stanaszek
inflammation carditis cardiopericarditis endocarditis heart lacking acardia acardiac acardiacus born without heart heart largeness cardiomegaly macrocardia macrocardius megalocardia heart membrane endocardium lines the inner cavities ...
by UN Panda
Acardia Congenital absence of the heart, a condition sometimes present in the parasitic members of conjoined twins. Acardiacus Aconjoined twin parasitic on its mate or utilizing the placental circulation of its mate and having no heart.
by Elizabeth Martin
see alpha-glucosidase acardia n. congenital absence of the heart. The condition may occur in conjoined twins ...
acapnia ACZA ratio acarbia acarbose acardia acardius acephalus acardius acormus acardius amorphus acariasis acarid acarodermatitis acarophobia acaudal acc Acc ACC accelerated idiojunctional rhythm accelerated idioventricular rhythm ...
by Pei-Show Juo
HO HO O CH 3 HO O HO CH 2 OH O HO CH 2 OH OH HN O CH2OH HO O HO HO OH Acardia Congenital absence of the heart. Acariasis Any disease caused by an acarid, e.g., scrub typhus. Acaricide Any chemical agent that kills mites and ...
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)
by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis
acardia /akärމdƝāۑ/ [Gk, a + kardia, without heart], a rare congenital anomaly in which the heart is absent. It is sometimes seen in a conjoined twin whose ...
A Dictionary of Nursing (2014)
by Market House Books
acardia [ay-kar-dia ̆] n. congenital absence of the heart. The condition may occur in conjoined twins; the twin with the heart controls the circulation for both. acariasis [aka ̆-ry-a ̆-sis] n. an infestation of mites and ticks.
by Joanne Gray, Rachel Smith, Caroline Homer
acardia absence ofa heart. This congenital condition is rarely ...
by R. W. McColl
Bigham, Southern Indiana (Acardia, 2000); “The Geography of Indiana,” ...
by Dawn Freshwater, Sian Masiln-Prothero
acardia (a-kar′-di-a): ...
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