Shock caused by infection.
See also septicemia.
- Shock, shell
Known medically as allergy desensitization or allergy immunotherapy, the injections are designed to stimulate the immune system with gradually increasing doses of the substances to which a person is allergic, the aim being to modify or stop the allergy “war” (by reducing the strength of the IgE and its effect on the mast cells). This […]
- Shock, spinal
Shock caused by injury to the spinal cord. Symptoms include numbness, tingling, loss of feeling sensation, dizziness, and loss of consciousness.
The fluid that is released through the penis during orgasm. Semen is made up of fluid and sperm. The fluid comes from the prostate, seminal vesicles, and other sex glands. The sperm are manufactured in the testicles. The seminal fluid helps transport the sperm during orgasm. Seminal fluid contains sugar as an energy source for […]
Scanning electron microscope.
- Sella turcica
A depression in the base of the skull where the pituitary gland is situated. It was called the sella turcica (the Turkish saddle) because of its resemblance to a saddle used by the Turks which had supports in the front and back.