- abnormal phenomenon
- s.fenómeno anormal.
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Abnormal reflection — is a phenomenon relating to the wave length of reflected light whether in x rays, interactions with metals, or fluids. References * [http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1085297 On the Abnormal Reflection of X Rays by… … Wikipedia
phenomenon — *wonder, marvel, prodigy, miracle Analogous words: abnormality (see corresponding adjective at ABNORMAL): anomaly, *paradox: singularity, peculiarity, uniqueness (see corresponding adjectives at STRANGE) … New Dictionary of Synonyms
Phenomenon, Raynaud's — A condition resulting in discoloration of fingers and/or toes when a person is exposed to changes in temperature (cold or hot) or emotional events. The skin discoloration occurs because an abnormal spasm of the blood vessels causes a diminished… … Medical dictionary
phenomenon — noun (plural phenomena or nons) Etymology: Late Latin phaenomenon, from Greek phainomenon, from neuter of phainomenos, present participle of phainesthai to appear, middle voice of phainein to show more at fancy Date: 1605 1. plural phenomena an… … New Collegiate Dictionary
phenomenon — 1. A symptom; an occurrence of any sort, whether ordinary or extraordinary, in relation to a disease. 2. Any unusual fact or occurrence. [G. phainomenon, fr. phaino, to cause to appear] adhesion p. a p. manifested by the adherence of antigen… … Medical dictionary
Abduction phenomenon — The term abduction phenomenon describes claims of non human creatures kidnapping individuals and temporarily removing them from familiar terrestrial surroundings. People alleged to have been abducted are called abductees or experiencers. The… … Wikipedia
Babinski phenomenon — A neurologic reflex that constitutes an important medical examination based upon what the big toe does when the sole of the foot is stroked. If the big toe goes up, that may mean trouble. The Babinski reflex is obtained by stimulating the… … Medical dictionary
Marcus Gunn phenomenon — For the pupillary defect, see Marcus Gunn pupil. Marcus Gunn phenomenon Classification and external resources Nerves of the orbit, and the ciliary ganglion. Side view. (Trigeminal nerve and oculomotor nerve both … Wikipedia
Tullio phenomenon — Tullio phenomenon, sound induced vertigo, dizziness, nausea and/or eye movements (nystagmus) was first described in 1929 by the Italian biologist Prof. Pietro Tullio. (1881 1941) [Tullio, Pietro: Das Ohr und die Entstehung der Sprache und Schrift … Wikipedia
Dawn phenomenon — is defined as an increase in the blood sugar in the morning and is typically invoked in the context of diabetes. It is different from Chronic Somogyi rebound in that dawn effect is not associated with nocturnal hypoglycemia. It is possible that… … Wikipedia
Raynaud's phenomenon — A condition resulting in discoloration of fingers and/or toes when a person is exposed to changes in temperature (cold or hot) or emotional events. The skin discoloration occurs because an abnormal spasm of the blood vessels causes a diminished… … Medical dictionary