Swyer-James syndrome Swy·er-James syndrome (swī’ər-)
Decrease in size of one lung due to obliterating bronchiolitis or some other disorder and resulting in compensatory overinflation of the normal lung.
SXI solar x-ray imager
noun 1. a male given name, form of Seymour, Simon, or Silas. 1. variant of syn- before s followed by a consonant and before z: systaltic; syzygy. 1. a suffix forming nouns or adjectives, sometimes a diminutive of the base word and usually confined to informal and jocular use (bitsy; footsie; halvsies); adjectives formed with […]