mononeuropathy mon·o·neu·rop·a·thy (mŏn’ō-nu-rŏp’ə-thē, -nyu-)
Disease involving a single nerve.
[muh-nong-guh-hee-luh] /məˌnɒŋ gəˈhi lə/ noun 1. a river flowing from N West Virginia through SW Pennsylvania into the Ohio River. 128 miles (205 km) long. /məˌnɒŋɡəˈhiːlə/ noun 1. a river in the northeastern US, flowing generally north to the Allegheny River at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, forming the Ohio River. Length: 206 km (128 miles)
[mon-uh-noo-klee-er, -nyoo- or, by metathesis, -kyuh-ler] /ˌmɒn əˈnu kli ər, -ˈnyu- or, by metathesis, -kyə lər/ adjective 1. Also, mononucleate. Cell Biology. having only one nucleus. 2. Chemistry. (of hydrocarbons) monocyclic. /ˌmɒnəʊˈnjuːklɪə/ adjective 1. (of a cell) having only one nucleus 2. another word for monocyclic (sense 1) adj. 1886; see mono- + nuclear. mononuclear […]
- Mononuclear phagocyte system
mononuclear phagocyte system n. Abbr. MPS A widely distributed collection of both free and fixed macrophages derived from bone marrow precursor cells by way of monocytes; their substantial phagocytic activity is mediated by immunoglobulin and by the serum complement system.
monocytosis mon·o·cy·to·sis (mŏn’ə-sī-tō’sĭs) n. An abnormal increase in the number of monocytes in the blood, occurring in infectious mononucleosis and certain bacterial infections such as tuberculosis. Also called monocytic leukocytosis.