L. bulla = a bubble. The adjective is bullous; both are used to describe the morphology of a lesion.
L. bursa = a purse, hence any closed sac.
L. cadere = to fall dead.
L. caecus = blind.
L. calcaneus = relating to the heel.
Diminuitive of L. caput = "head". Eg. the capitulum of the humerus.
L. caput = head.
L. caput = head, and genitive of Medusa = one of the mythological Gorgons with hair of live snakes. The term is applied to dilated veins, which appear on the abdomen due…
L. carbon = charcoal. Penem see Penicillin. Carbapenems are a group of antibiotics that are of the class of beta-lactams, and are therefore quite similar to penicillin (penem), however instead of having…
L. carina = keel of a boat, hence used of several anatomical structures having a central ridge.