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SYN: proleptic. [L. sub-intro, pres. p. -ans, to enter by stealth]
Arrest of the normal involution of the uterus following childbirth with the organ remaining abnormally large.
That one of a series of iodine compounds with a given cation containing the least iodine; analogous to subchloride.
Below or beneath another part. [L. sub-jaceo, to lie under]
A person or organism that is the object of research, treatment, experimentation, or dissection. [L. subjectus, lying beneath]
1. Perceived by the individual only and not evident to the examiner; said of certain symptoms, such as pain. 2. Colored by one's personal beliefs and attitudes. Cf.:objective (2) . [L. subjectivus, fr. subjicio, to throw under]
subjective assessment data
Those facts presented by the client that show his/her perception, understanding, and interpretation of what is happening.
Below the zygomatic (jugal) bone.
In biologic classification, a division between kingdom and phylum.
Detachment, elevation, or removal of a part. [L. sublatio, a lifting up]
Not quite lethal.
SYN: subleukemic leukemia.
1. To perform or accomplish sublimation. 2. Any substance that has been submitted to sublimation. [L. sublimo, pp. -atus, to raise on high, fr. sublimis, high] corrosive s. SYN: mercuric chloride.
1. The process of converting a solid into a gas without passing through a liquid state; analogous to distillation. 2. In psychoanalysis, an unconscious defense mechanism in which unacceptable instinctual drives and wishes are modified into more personally and socially acceptable channels.
1. To sublimate. 2. To undergo a process of sublimation.
Below the threshold of perception or excitation; below the limit or threshold of consciousness. [sub- + L. limen (limin-), threshold]
1. At the top. 2. SYN: superficialis. [L.]
Beneath a lobule, as of the liver.
Below the lumbar region.
Below or beneath the structure facing the lumen of an organ.
An incomplete luxation or dislocation; though a relationship is altered, contact between joint surfaces remains. SYN: semiluxation. [sub- + L. locatio, luxation (dislocation)] arytenoid s. SYN: arytenoid dislocation.
An obsolete term for a blood state in which there is a great increase in the proportion of lymphocytes although the total number of white cells is normal. [sub- + L. lympha, lymph, + G. haima, blood]
1. Deep to the mammary gland. 2. SYN: inframammary.
Beneath the mandible or lower jaw. SYN: inframandibular, submaxillary (2) .
Near the margin of any part.
1. SYN: mandibular. 2. SYN: submandibular.
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