sinus

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Englisch - Türkisch
sinüs

Sinüs enfeksiyonu çoğu insan için bir sıkıntıdır. - Sinus infection is a nuisance to most people.

Benim sinüs sorunum var. - I have sinus trouble.

boşluk
Organların veya dokuların arasında bulunan boşluklar
matematik - Trigonometrik bir çember üzerine taşınmış bir yayın üçünün ve bu yaya karşılık olan merkez açısının ordinatı. Kısaltması sin
anat
{i} kovuk
(Tıp) içinde cerahat toplanan boşluk
(Tıp) (Sinuses)
{i} burun boşluğu
(Diş Hekimliği) Dışa açılımı olan boşluk
{i} oyuk
(Tıp) Duvarları dura materden veya bununla kafa kemiklerinden yapılı, içinde toplardamar kanı olan kanallar
(Tıp) genişlemiş damar içindeki boşluklar
(Tıp) Sinus, içeri mukoza ile kaplı kemik içindeki boşluk
(Tıp) Çepersel (parietal) plevranın parçalarıarasında birleşme yerinde meydana gelen köşeler
içinde cerahat toplanan boşluk sinusitis i
sinus iltihabı
sinüzit

Sinüzitten ölebilir misin? - Can you die of sinusitis?

{i} beyindeki kirli kan kanalı
beyinde kara kan kanalı
{i} arkarca
girit
sinus arrhytmia
sinüzal aritmi
sinus venosus
sinüs venozus
sinus congestion
(Tıp, İlaç) Sinüs tıkanıklığı
sinus headache
sinüs baş ağrısı
sinus rhythm
(Tıp, İlaç) Sinüs eğrisi şeklinde, normal kalp atış ritmi
sinus blockage
(Tıp) sinüs blokajı
sinus headache
(Tıp) sinüzal baş ağrısı
sinus inversus
(Tıp) sinus inversus
sinus irrigation
(Tıp) sinüs irigasyonu
sinus opening
(Tıp) sinüs ağız deliği
sphenoidal sinus
sfenoidal sinüs
coronary sinus
koroner sinüs
pilonidal sinus
(Tıp, İlaç) kıl dönmesi
sinuses
sinüsler
transverse sinus
transvers sinüs
ethmoidal sinus
(Diş Hekimliği) burun boşluğuna açılan ve etmoid kemiğin labirentini oluşturan birbiri ile ilişkili küçük kavitelerden biri
frontal sinus
sinüs boşluğu
frontal sinus
(Diş Hekimliği) hacmi kişiden kişiye değişen, frontal kemiğin, burun kökü üzerindeki iki kavitesinden biri; sinus frontalis
frontal sinus
alın boşluğu
inverse sinus function
(Matematik) ters sinüs fonksiyonu
maxillary sinus
(Diş Hekimliği) üst çene kemiği içindeki sağlı- sollu iki büyük hava boşluğundan biri; sinus maksillaris
posterior ethmoid sinus
(Tıp) arka etmoid sinüs
resection of a sinus
(Tıp) sinüsektomi
Englisch - Englisch
An abnormal cavity or passage such as a fistula, caused by the destruction of tissue
A pouch or cavity in any organ or tissue, especially the paranasal sinus
an opening or cavity
{n} a bay, gulf, fold, opening, winding hole
A cavity in a bone or other part, either closed or with a narrow opening
cleft, indentation, gap, or space between two lobes on a leaf
any of various air-filled cavities especially in the bones of the skull
A hollow or cavity; a recess or pocket Specifically, sinuses: air cavities lined by mucous membrane which communicate with the nasal cavity; the ethmoidal, frontal, sphenoidal, and maxillary sinuses
A cavity found within the bones of the skull The cavities are interconnected to the nasal passages and are lined with a mucus membrane and are subjected to blockage resulting in a squeeze when a diver descends
Your sinuses are the spaces in the bone behind your nose. I still suffer from catarrh and sinus problems. your sinuses are the spaces in the bones of your head that are connected to the inside of your nose. Body cavity or hollow. The paranasal sinuses, which are known commonly simply as the sinuses, are any of four sets of cavities in the bones adjoining the nose: maxillary, the largest, between the eye socket and the palate and upper jaw; frontal, just above and between the eye sockets; ethmoidal, consisting of 3-18 thin-walled cavities between the nasal cavities and the eye sockets; and sphenoidal, behind the nasal cavity. All are absent or small at birth, enlarge gradually until puberty, and then grow rapidly. They affect the sound of the voice and may help to warm inhaled air. Their lining produces mucus, which drains into the nasal cavity. Blockage of their outlets by swelling (from allergy or infection; see sinusitis), polyps, or structural problems hamper breathing through the nose and can lead to serious infection. Severe obstruction may require surgery, which must be done with extreme care to avoid harm to nearby brain structures or the eyes
an abnormal passage leading from a suppurating cavity to the body surface
air cavities within the facial bones, lined by mucous membranes similar to those in other parts of the airways
four pairs or eight cavities of the face that are lined with mucus membranes akin to the nasal cavity
A bay of the sea; a recess in the shore
a wide channel containing blood; does not have the coating of an ordinary blood vessel
pathologically, a suppurating channel or fistula
a hollow cavity See also paranasal sinuses
The depression or indentation between two adjoining lobes Compare "lobe"
Deep cleft between 2 lobes
A narrow, elongated cavity, in which pus is collected; an elongated abscess with only a small orifice
A recess, cleft or gap between two lobes
Enlarged portion of the duct where breastmilk pools during letdown It lies directly behind the areola and connects to nipple pore
a recess between two lobes
The sinus (paranasal sinuses) are air cavities within the facial bones They are lined by mucous membranes similar to those in other parts of the airways
A bay
The circulation system of the leech is a little bizarre I mean who's ever heard of an animal that sticks its nervous system inside itse blood vessels?? Yet that's exactly how it is The ventral sinus of the leech is made of a tough fibrous material that appears dark green
A connection from one cavity to another or a cavity that is connected to another cavity; usually refers to the air spaces in the skull that connect to the back of the nose
The space between lobes
A depression between adjoining lobes
Latin for bay An area on the surface of the Moon resembling the bay of an ocean
A dilated vessel or canal
An opening; a hollow; a bending
The sinuses (paranasal sinuses) are air cavities within the facial bones They are lined by mucous membranes similar to those in other parts of the airways
{i} (Anatomy) any of several hollow cavities or passages in the body; one of the hollow cavities in the skull that connects to the nasal passages
A cavity; a depression
sinus rhythm
(Tıp, İlaç) Sinus rhythm is a term used in medicine to describe the normal beating of the heart, as measured by an electrocardiogram (ECG). It has certain generic features that serve as hallmarks for comparison with normal ECGs
sinus headache
a headache resulting from congestion or infection in the paranasal sinuses
sigmoid sinus
an S-shaped dural sinus on the temporal and occipital bones
ethmoid sinus
Any of several paranasal sinuses enclosed within the ethmoid bone
frontal sinus
A paranasal sinus situated behind the superciliary arches
maxillary sinus
A paranasal sinus found in the body of the maxilla
paranasal sinus
A number of air-filled spaces, or sinuses, within the bones of the skull and face
sphenoid sinus
A paranasal sinus contained within the body of the sphenoid bone
sphenoidal sinus
Alternative form of sphenoid sinus
pilonidal sinus
(Tıp, İlaç) an infected tract under the skin, usually between the buttocks. Pilonidal means "nest of hairs" and pilonidal sinus usually occurs in people who have lots of body hair
A sinus
recess
carotid sinus
A dilated area located at the bifurcations of the carotid arteries and containing numerous baroreceptors that function in the control of blood pressure by mediating changes in the heart rate
cavernous sinus
either of a pair of large venous sinuses in the cranial cavity
coronary sinus
A venous sinus that opens into the right atrium of the heart and serves to drain the coronary veins
coronary sinus
a short sinus receiving most of the veins of the heart; empties into the right atrium
ethmoid sinus
a sinus of the meatuses of the nasal cavity (behind the bridge of the nose)
frontal sinus
one of a pair of cavities in the frontal bone
maxillary sinus
one of a pair of sinuses forming a cavity in the maxilla
paranasal sinus
any of the paired sinuses in the bones of the face adjacent to the nasal cavity that are lined with mucous membrane that is continuous with lining of the nasal cavities
sinuses
air pockets inside the head
sinuses
Air spaces within the skull that are in contact with ambient pressure through openings into the back of the nasal passages
sinuses
the opposite of a lobe, the sinus is the part of a leaf that dips toward the center
sinuses
The spaces between the bones in the face where air passes and mucus drains
sinuses
small cavities in the skull behind the eyes and nose this is where most vocal resonance occurs
sinuses
Leaf sinuses are the area between lobes Maples and oaks are typical examples of trees with "lobes" and "sinuses" [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location]
sinuses
plural of sinus
straight sinus
an unpaired sinus of the dura mater
transverse sinus
a paired dural sinus; terminates in the sigmoid sinus
venous sinus
a wide channel containing blood; does not have the coating of an ordinary blood vessel
Türkisch - Englisch
(Matematik) sine
sinus dalgası
(Askeri) sinusoidal wave
sinus eğrisi seklinde uyarı
(Gıda) sinusoidal forcing
sinus eğrisi şeklinde uyarı
(Gıda) sinusoidal forcing
sinus eğrisi şeklinde yanıt
(Gıda) sinusoidal response
sinus inversus
(Tıp) sinus inversus
sinus

    Silbentrennung

    si·nus

    Türkische aussprache

    saynıs

    Aussprache

    /ˈsīnəs/ /ˈsaɪnəs/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sI-n&s ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, from Medieval Latin, from Latin, curve, fold, hollow.

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