[par-uh-tahy-foid] /ˌpær əˈtaɪ fɔɪd/ Pathology
Also called paratyphoid fever. an infectious disease, similar in some of its symptoms to fever but usually milder, caused by any of several bacilli of the genus Salmonella other than S. typhi.
of or relating to paratyphoid.
resembling typhoid fever or its causative agent
of or relating to paratyphoid fever
See paratyphoid fever
paratyphoid par·a·ty·phoid (pār’ə-tī’foid’)
- Paraumbilical vein
paraumbilical vein par·a·um·bil·i·cal vein (pār’ə-ŭm-bĭl’ĭ-kəl) n. Any of the small veins that arise from cutaneous veins about the umbilicus and terminate as accessory portal veins.
- Paraurethral duct
paraurethral duct par·a·u·re·thral duct (pār’ə-yu-rē’thrəl) n. Any of the inconstant ducts along the female urethra that convey the mucoid secretion of the paraurethral glands to the vestibule.
[par-uh-yoo-ree-thruh l] /ˌpær ə yʊˈri θrəl/ noun 1. any of a group of vestigial glands located in the posterior wall of the urethra in women. paraurethral gland n. Any of several small mucus glands that deliver secretions into the female urethra near its opening.
paravaginitis par·a·vag·i·ni·tis (pār’ə-vāj’ə-nī’tĭs) n. Inflammation of the connective tissue alongside the vagina.