Rhino Words: rhinodacryolith to trichorhinophalangeal,
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Words that include: rhino-, rhin-, -rhine, -rrhine,
-rhinous, -rrhinous (Greek: nose)
A lacrimal concretion in the nasal duct.
1. Duplication of the nose on an otherwise normal face.
2. A mild form of diprosopia (duplication of the face) in which, although there is doubling of the skeletal parts of both nose and upper jaw, the face appears only unusually wide with a broad space between the eyes and thick, wide nose.
An individual exhibiting rhinodymia.
Pain in the nose.
Originating or arising in the nose or having its origin in the nose.
1. A humpback deformity of the nose or a condition marked by a hump on the nose.
2. A condition in which a nose has a prominent bridge.
A nasal quality of voice due to some disease or defect of the nasal passages.
1. Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose and larynx.
2. Simultaneous inflammation of the mucosa of the nose and the larynx.
1. The science of the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the nose and larynx.
2. The sum of knowledge concerning the nose and larynx and their diseases.
1. A calcareous concretion in the nasal cavity often around an undetected foreign body.
2. A nasal stone or concretion.
The presence of a nasal calculus.
A specialist in rhinology.
rhinology, rhinologic, rhinological:
1. The branch of medical science concerned with the nose and its diseases.
2. The sum of knowledge regarding the nose and its diseases.
A manometer used to determine the presence and amount of nasal obstruction, and the nasal air pressure and flow relationships.
The study and measurement of nasal air flow and pressures; nasal resistance or obstruction can be calculated from the data obtained.
An instrument for measuring the nose or its cavities.
Operation to reduce size of the nose.
Fungus infection of the nasal mucous membranes.
Necrosis (death) of the bones of the nose.
A device for measuring nasal air flow rates.
A neurosis or functional disease of the nose.
Disease of the nose.
A concretion in the rhinopharynx.
1. A nasal tone in the speaking voice.
2. A nasal twang or quality of voice.
A process on the aboral side of the eye of certain molluscs, with supposed olfactory function.
1. Repair of a defect of the nose with tissue taken from elsewhere.
2. Plastic surgery to change the shape or size of the nose.
3. A plastic surgical operation on the nose, either reconstructive, restorative, or cosmetic.
Irrigation of the nose.
1. Inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nose and lung in animals.
2. Any of three similar contagious disease of horses, caused by herpes viruses and characterized by rhinitis.
1. Nosebleed; epistaxis (hemorrhage from the nose).
2. Nosebleed, especially a profuse one.
1. An operation performed by excising a fold of skin from the nose and closing the opening with sutures.
2. A plastic reduction in the size of the nose, in which redundant nasal tissue is removed by section, followed by approximation and suture of the wound edges.
1. A discharge from the nasal mucous membrane.
2. Escape of cerebrospinal fluid through the nose.
Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose and eustachian tube.
A congenital cleft nose.
1. An instrument for viewing the nose.
2. A small mirror attached at a suitable angle to a rodlike handle, used in posterior rhinoscopy.
In medicine, examination of the nose; examination of the nasal passages.
Inflammation of the nose and paranasal sinuses.
The diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses.
Obstruction of a nasal passage.
1. Narrowing of a nasal passage.
2. Permanent constriction of the nose or nasal cavity.
The horny sheath of the upper jaw in birds.
A hair growing in the nostril.
1. Any cutting operation on the nose.
2. An operative procedure in which the nose is incised along one side so that it may be turned away to provide full vision of the nasal passages for radical sinus operations.
3. Surgical incision of the nose.
Inflammation of the nasal cavities and trachea.
Pertaining to or caused by rhinoviruses.
Any of a subgroup of the picornaviruses considered to be etiologically associated with the common cold and certain other upper respiratory ailments.
Said of birds having a single, slit-like, bony nostril opening and in which the anterior border of the nasal bones is deeply cleft.
Combined operation to repair defects or deformities of the nasal septum and of the external nasal pyramid.
Deformity of the nose of monstrous proportions or shape.
A condition characterized by sparse fine hair, broad nose with a long philtrum, swollen middle phalanges with cone-shaped epiphyses, and growth retardation.