The presence of potassium in the blood. The word "kalemia" is seldom used today although it is the basis for the terms for abnormally high blood potassium (hyperkalemia) and low blood potassium (hypokalemia).
Removal of part of the cornea. This can be done by surgical excision or by laser.
Inflammation of the cornea. Keratitis can occur due to abrasion trauma, infection, or underlying diseases such as Sjogren's syndrome.
The patella, the small bone in the front of the knee. The patella is a little bone, embedded in the tendon of insertion of the quadriceps muscle.
A tumor of the ovary that is caused by the spread of metastatic cancer of the gastrointestinal tract, usually from the stomach.
Ligaments are strong, elastic bands of tissue that connect bone to bone. They provide strength and stability to the joint.
A group of bacteria that normally lives in the intestinal tract, but can cause infections especially urinary infections and pneumonia. Klebsiella are frequently the cause of infections acquired in hospitals.
A stone in the kidney or a stone that originates in the kidney but has passed lower down in the urinary tract. Kidney stones are a common cause of blood in the urine and pain in the abdomen, flank, or groin.