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Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome deficiency of cellular immunity induced by infection with hiv
acquired immunodeficiency syndromeDeficiency of cellular immunity induced by infection with HIV


Automatic external defibrillator aed
Automatic external defibrillator (AED)

  • Portable computerized defibrillator that analyzes the patient’s heart rhythm and delivers an electrical shock to stimulate a heart in cardiac arrest

    • Emergency response


Hodgkin disease deficiency of cellular immunity induced by infection with hiv
Hodgkin diseaseDeficiency of cellular immunity induced by infection with HIV


Kaposi sarcomaMalignancy of connective tissue, including bone, fat, muscle, and fibrous tissue; associated with AIDS


Lymphadenitis inflammation and enlargement of the lymph nodes usually as a result of infection
Lymphadenitisinflammation and enlargement of the lymph nodes, usually as a result of infection


MononucleosisAcute infection caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) and characterized by a sore throat, fever, fatigue, and enlarged lymph nodes

Swollen lymph nodes, sore throat, fatigue and headache are some of the symptoms of mononucleosis, which is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus. It is generally self-limiting and most patients can recover in 4 to 6 weeks without medications.


N on hodgkin lymphoma
non-Hodgkin lymphoma

Any of a heterogeneous group of malignant tumors involving lymphoid tissue except for Hodgkin disease; called lymphosarcoma


cardiac catheterizationInsertion of a catheter into the heart through a vein or artery, usually of an arm or leg to provide evaluation of the heart


Cardiac enzyme studies
cardiac enzyme studies

blood tests performed to determine the presence of cardiac damage


echocardiographyuse of ultrasound to evaluate the heart and great vessels and diagnose cardiovascular lesions


Elisa
ELISA

  • Blood test used to screen for an antibody to the AIDS virus; confirmed with Western blot test.


Electrocardiography ecg ekg
Electrocardiography (ECG, EKG)

  • creation and study of graphic records produced by electric activity generated by the heart; cardiography


Holter monitorMonitoringdevice that records prolonged ECG readings (usually 24 hours) on a portable tape recorder


Mononucleosis
Mononucleosis

  • Acute infection caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) and characterized by a sore throat, fever, fatigue, and enlarged lymph nodes


Non hodgkin lymphoma
Non-Hodgkin lymphoma

  • Any of a heterogeneous group of malignant tumors involvin lymphoid tissue except for Hodgkin disease; called lymphosarcoma


Nuclear
Nuclear

  • ECG that utilizes a radiosotope to evaluate coronary blood flow


Stress test
stress test

ECG taken under controlled exercise stress conditions while measuring the amount of oxygen consumption


Troponin i
troponin I

Blood test that measures protein released into the blood by damaged heart muscle (not skeletal muscle)


Ultrasonography (US) imaging technique that records high-frequency sound waves bouncing of body tissues and uses a computer to process those waves to produce an image of an internal organ or tissue.


bone marrow aspiration biopsy Removal of living bone marrow tissue, usually taken from the sternum or iliac crest, for microscopic examination


Lymphangiographyradiographic examination of lymph glands and lymphatic vessels after an injection of a contrast medium


Tissue typing
tissue typing

  • Technique used to determine the histocompatibility of tissues used in grafts and transplants with the recipient’s tissues and cells; also known as histocompatibility testing


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