mondo primus wrote:Thanks for the comments.
I appreciate that cryoablative is not there but cryoablation is:
You can try stemming your words by taking letters of the end and this will display derivative words. We do not have every adverb derivative of verbs in the dictionary but we are working on it.
We have 160,000 words with definitions and this is more than most other medical dictionaries available. We are striving to continuously add more content and new words and welcome your suggestion.
Just noticed there's a missing definition;
Hypernea (physiology) = increased ventilation to match increased metabolic demand.
Eg. the increased need for oxygen delivery and carbon dioxide elimination during exercise.
janet wrote:mondo primus wrote:OK, I forgot to try the simpler form, but that omission brings up another problem: your former dictionary was better because its by-the-letter format helped us uncover needed terms by weeding through a palette of related roots and grammatically linked forms. As others have remarked here, much of the usefulness of any medical dictionary for the layperson is having an array of possible terms from which to choose, terms we can test for contextual soundness through online journals and other sources, until we hit on the right one.
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