Thursday, May 24, 2007

  • GEMI... (grech. hemi... - a floor...), the part of the composite words meaning: "half", "half" (napr., a hemiplegia).
  • HEMIANOPSIA (from gemi... And grech. an - otritsat. A particle, opsis - sight), prolapse in each to an eye of one half of field of vision. The causes: a defeat of visual conduction paths, etc. Compare. A hemiopia.
  • HEMICEPHALALGIA (from gemi... And grech. kranion - a skull), the obsolete title of a migraine.
  • HEMICRYPTOPHYTES (from gemi... And grech. kryptos - latent, phyton - a plant), plants for which kidneys of resumption are in surface layer of soil and are protected by a vegetative litter and snow. Many perennial grasses concern to hemicryptophytes. A kind of a life-form of plants.
  • GEMIKSEROFITY (from gemi... And xerothytes), see in an item. Xerothytes.
  • GEMIMORFIT, a mineral; the same, that kalamin.
  • HEMIOPIA (from gemi... And grech. ops - an eye), conservation of half of field of vision in an eye at a hemianopsia. Napr., the eye with prolapse of a dextral half of field of vision (a right-handed hemianopsia) has a left-side hemiopia.
  • HEMIPLEGIA (from gemi... And grech. plege - impact), a paralysis of a dextral or left-handed half of body, napr., after an insult, at tumours of a brain, etc.
  • GEMMA (? Boreal Corona), an aster of 2-nd stellar magnitude.
  • GEMMA (an armour. gemma), product of glyptics, a precious or semiprecious stone with recessed (intalija) or convex (cameo) plotting.
  • GEMMOLOGIJA (from an armour. gemma - a gemstone and... logija), studies precious and ornamental stones, primarily their physical properties, features of chemical composition, the decorative art dignities, minerageniju deposits, and also technology of machining.
  • GEMO... (a haem..., gemato...) (from grech. haima, a stem. Item haimatos - blood), the part of the composite words meaning: the inhering relating blood (napr., a haemoglobin).
  • HAEMOGLOBIN (from gemo... And an armour. globus - a sphere), a red respiratory pigment of blood of the person, vertebrates and some Invertebrata animal. Will consist of protein (globin) and a ferroporphyrin - a haem. Tolerates oxygen from a respiratory organs to tissues and a carbonic gas from tissues to respiratory organs. For different kinds of organisms the haemoglobin has a miscellaneous structure. Many diseases of blood (anaemia) are connected to violations of a structure of a haemoglobin, including hereditary.
  • HEMOGLOBINOSIS, the same, that a hemoglobinopathy.
  • HEMOGLOBINOMETER, the same, that a hemometer.
  • HEMOGLOBINOPATHY (from a haemoglobin and... patija) (hemoglobinosis), group of the hereditary diseases stipulated by presence at erythrocytes of defective haemoglobins. The main development - a haemolysis. See. Serpovidnokletochnaja an anaemia, the Thalassemia.
  • HAEMOGLOBINURIA (from a haemoglobin and grech. uron - urine), occurrence of a haemoglobin in it is wetted; symptoms of an intravascular hemolysis at some poisonings, hemolytic anemias, contagions, as complications of a blood transfusion, under influence of refrigerating, the long-lived flight (paroksizmalnaja a haemoglobinuria), etc.
  • HAEMODIALYSIS (from gemo... And grech. dialysis - branch), a method of treatment of acute and chronic renal failure through the apparatus " a synthetic kidney ".
  • HEMODYNAMICS (from gemo... And dynamics), motion of blood on the vessels, originating owing to a difference of hydrostatic pressure in different epines of blood system (blood goes from a high-pressure area to range low). Depends on resistance to a blood flow of walls of vessels and viscosity of the blood. A hemodynamics judge on minute volume of heart.
  • HAEMOLYSIS (from gemo... And... liz), destruction of erythrocytes of blood with secretion in an environment of a haemoglobin. In the norm the haemolysis finishes a life cycle of erythrocytes (ok. 125 sut) also descends in an organism of the person and animal continuously. The pathological haemolysis descends under influence of hemolytic poisons, colds, some medicinal substances (for sensing to nymas of people) and other factors; it is characteristic for hemolytic anemias.
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