spina

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English - Turkish
(Tıp) (spinae). Diken, ucu sivri çıkıntı
(Tıp) diken
spina bifida
spina bifida
English - English
A monument at the center of a stadium or hippodrome, usually in the form of a triangular obelisk
{i} backbone, spine, spinal column
a word that means "spine"
(pl spinae)
spina bifida
A birth defect resulting in a cleft in the spinal column through which the spinal membranes and spinal cord may protrude. It is characterised by hydrocephalus and other neurological disorders
spina bifida
A defect in the closure of the vertebral canal due to incomplete fusion of the posterior arch without hermal protusion of the meninges, usually asymptomatic and diagnosed only by radiography
spina bifida
A birth defect resulting from the abnormal development of the spinal cord
spina bifida
A congenital malformation in which the spinal column is cleft at its lower portion, and the membranes of the spinal cord project as an elastic swelling from the gap thus formed
spina bifida
a type of NTD that results from improper development of the lower portion of the neural tube (the spine) Spina bifida is characterized by protrusion of the spinal cord components outside the body Complications include varying degrees of disability, including lower extremity paralysis, learning disabilities, loss of bowel or bladder control, and hydrocephalus (water on the brain)
spina bifida
a congenital condition in which part of the spinal cord, which is normally protected within the vertebral column, is exposed
spina bifida
Spina bifida is a condition of the spine that some people are born with. It often makes them unable to use their legs. a serious condition in which a person's spine does not develop correctly before they are born, so that their spinal cord is not protected
spina bifida
A birth defect in the spinal column, whereby the vertebral arches (top part of the backbone) is absent, and through which the spinal membranes may push or jut outward Therefore, this part of the central nervous system is not well protected Patients with Spina Bifida are at very high risk of developing latex related allergy
spina bifida
A condition in which the spinal cord does not close over the nerve column during the prenatal period The amount of the spinal column that remains open determines how many nerves will be affected It may involve loss of sensation and severe muscle weakness in the lower part of the body This condition is often associated with an abnormal buildup of pressure of spinal fluid in the brain which can produce retardation unless it is surgically treated
spina bifida
a not uncommon congenital defect in which a vertebra is malformed; unless several vertebrae are affected or there is myelomeningocele there are few symptoms; can be diagnosed by amniocentesis
spina bifida
a condition that is present at birth It can affect the development of the back bones, spinal cord, surrounding nerves, and the fluid-filled sac that surrounds the spinal cord This neurological condition can cause a portion of the spinal cord and the surrounding structures to develop outside, instead of inside, the body The sac-like lesion can occur anywhere along the spine
spina bifida
A bony defect in the vertebral column caused by the failure of the neural tube to close during its embryonic stage The neural tube is the structure that gives rise to the brain and spinal cord The rise of spina bifida and other neural tube defects can be decreased by ample intake of folic acid during pregnancy
spina bifida
A congenital fissure or opening (cleft) of the spinal column with hernial protrusion of the meninges (membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord, including the arachnoid, dura mater, and pia mater) and sometimes the spinal cord
spina bifida
A failure during embryonic development of the vertebral column to fuse completely
spina bifida
A spinal defect of variable severity and prognosis that may allow outpouching of the meninges, spinal cord, spinal muscles and associated nerves resulting from the failure of the neural tube to close properly during very early embryonic development (by 28 days gestation)
spina bifida
A birth defect, also known as a neural tube defect, resulting from failure of the lower end of the neural tube to close during embryonic development Spina bifida, the most common cause of infantile paralysis, is characterized by a lack of protection of the spinal cord by its membranes and vertebral bones
spina bifida
birth defect that is characterized by a split in the spinal column
spina bifida
failure of one or more vertebral arches to fuse during embryonic development
spina bifida
A congenital defect of the spine
spina bifida
A birth defect in which the neural tube fails to close during fetal development (NTD) and a portion of the spinal cord and nerves fail to develop properly
Turkish - English

Definition of spina in Turkish English dictionary

spina bifida
bifid spine
spina bifida
spina bifida
Spina bifida
(Tıp) schistorrhachis
spina

    Hyphenation

    spi·na

    Turkish pronunciation

    spinı

    Pronunciation

    /ˈspēnə/ /ˈspiːnə/

    Etymology

    [ "spI-n&-'bi-f&-d& ] (noun.) 1720. New Latin, literally, spine split in two.

    Common Collocations

    spina bifida

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