L. ampulla = a jug. Perhaps an onomatopoetic word, whose sound suggests the object; in this case fluid flowing from the jug.
Gr. amygdale = almond.
Gr. ana = "excessive", phylaxis = “protection”. Used to describe the excessive immunological reaction of the body to an antigen. source
Gr. an- = without, and plasma = shape, phagocyte + L. phile = loving. A species of tickborne bacteria that causes human granulocytic anaplasmosis, Anaplasma phagocytophilum (named for its affinity for growing…
Gr. ana = up, stoma = mouth. Used to describe the connection of two canals (e.g. blood vessels).
Gr. ana = up or apart tome = cutting.
Gr. an = not, enkephalon = brain.
Gr. ana = across, eurys = broad. Describing a widening of vessels.
Gr. angeion = a vessel
Gr. angeion = vessel, and strongylos = round Angiostrongylus is a genus of parasitic nematodes (roundworms) in the family Angiostrongylidae, 2 species of which are known to parasitize humans. A. cantonensis…