tremor

What does it mean? Definition shaky (tremor or Latin) is that tremor is a rhythmic (periodic) oscillations (regular, the same repetitive motion) of the body around a fixed point. Tremors are most often affected fingers, hands, head or legs. Further,...

tripping over your toe

Gait disturbance and overall motor skills, they are not associated with injuries or pain in the muscle system, are nervous origin. Different muscle groups of the extremities are innervated by different nerves. Therefore, when paralysis or damage to a...

trismus

Other names: trismus, trismus The chewing muscles has similar characteristics as the other muscles in the body performing the movement. Their normal activities is required the proper function of the central nervous system, error-free signal line via...

tunnels in the skin

Tunnels in the skin, about 1 cm long, creating Sarcoptes scabiei, which are parasitic in the skin and cause disease in humans with low hygienic standard - scabies. The galleries are located on the palm side of the wrist, fingers and between them, on...

turbid urine

Other names: cloudy urine Fresh healthy human urine is normally clear liquid into golden yellow in color because of the pigment urochromu. It has a specific slightly aromatic odor, which is still in prolonged contact with the air changes ammonia odor...

twitching muscles

Other names: myoclonus, twitching, atrial fibrillation, myoclonus Twitching muscles are of two types: twitching and fibrillation. Involuntary twitching is an involuntary twitch muscle fiber groups - the patient is seen as a slight twitch muscle. Atri...

ulcer

Other names: Leg, ulcer What does it mean? An ulcer is an open sore of the skin, mucous membranes or the cornea of the eye, which is most often caused by the initial injury that area. Injury itself obviously not enough to immediately create ulcer. It...

unconsciousness

Other names: loss of consciousness, coma Note with functional blood circulation and breathing, we rank among the basic life functions. As an unconscious generally designated persons of varying duration unresponsive to stimuli from their environment,...

unrest

Unrest may accompany many diseases. It may be associated with anxiety or fear. The patient may be restless and aggressive agitation may be associated with the state of confusion or may have a qualitative character disorders of consciousness - a pictu...

urgent urination

Other names: imperative urination, urgent need to urinate immediately, imperative micturition, urinary urgency Symptom urgent urination when it unexpectedly arrives urination, which is literally inextricable,the patient must immediately meet him or u...