Christchurch chromosomemedical dictionary

An abnormal small acrocentric chromosome (no. 21 or 22) with complete or almost complete deletion of the short arm; found in cultured leukocytes in some cases of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, also in some normal relatives of patients.

Abbreviation: Ch1

(05 Mar 2000)

Erna, Danish pathologist, 1906-1967.

See: Christensen-Krabbe disease.

(05 Mar 2000)

Christensen-Krabbe diseasemedical dictionary

Chotzen's syndrome, Christchurch chromosome, Christensen < Prev | Next > Christian Bohr, Christian Braune

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Preferred term: Bohr, Christian

Christian Braunebiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Braune, Christian

Christian Champybiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Champy, Christian

Christian Dopplerbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Doppler, Christian

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Christian Frederick Heerfordtbiographical dictionary
Christian Friedrich Nassebiographical dictionary
Christian, Henrybiographical dictionary
Christian Huygensbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Huygens, Christian

christianitymedical dictionary

The religion stemming from the life, teachings, and death of jesus christ: the religion that believes in god as the father almighty who works redemptively through the holy spirit for men's salvation and that affirms jesus christ as lord and savior who proclaimed to man the gospel of salvation.

(12 Dec 1998)

Christian Kjellandbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Kjelland, Christian

Christian, Henry, Christian Huygens, christianity < Prev | Next > Christian Leopold, Christian Roller

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Christian Leopoldbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Leopold, Christian

Christian Huygens, christianity, Christian Kjelland < Prev | Next > Christian Roller, Christian Schmorl

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Christian Rollerbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Roller, Christian

Christian Schmorlbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Schmorl, Christian

Christian Schonbeinbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Schonbein, Christian

Christian Schregerbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Schreger, Christian

christian sciencemedical dictionary

A religion discovered by mary baker eddy in 1866 that was organised under the official name of the church of christ, scientist, that derives its teachings from the scriptures as understood by its adherents, and that includes a practice of spiritual healing based upon the teaching that cause and effect are mental, and that sin, sickness, and death will be destroyed by a full understanding of the divine principle of jesus' teaching and healing. (webster, 3d ed)

(12 Dec 1998)

Christian's diseasemedical dictionary
Christian's syndromemedical dictionary

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Preferred term: Voigt, Christian

Christison's formulamedical dictionary

Preferred term: haser's formula

Christison, Sir Robertbiographical dictionary

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A Scottish physician.

Lived: 1797-1882.

See: Christison's formula.

(05 Mar 2000)

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A German dermatologist, 1871-1948.

See: Christ-Siemens-Touraine syndrome.

(05 Mar 2000)

Surname of a child with the disease subsequently called Christmas disease; first case studied in detail.

See: Christmas factor, haemophilia B.

(05 Mar 2000)

Christmas diseasemedical dictionary

<haematology> A form of haemophilia in males that results from a deficiency of clotting factor IX, transmitted as a X-linked trait (first described in the Christmas issue of British Medical Journal in 1952). Inherited in similar sex-linked way to classical haemophilia.

Symptoms include easy bruising, nosebleeds, bleeding gums and bleeding into muscle tissue (haematoma) or a joint space (haemarthrosis).

Treatment includes the infusion of factor IX concentrates to normalize blood coagulation.

Inheritance: sex-linked (X chromosome).

(27 Sep 1997)

Christison, Sir Robert, Christ, J, Christmas < Prev | Next > Christmas factor, christmas factor assay

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Christmas factormedical dictionary

Preferred term: factor IX

christmas factor assaymedical dictionary

A test used to measure the activity of a blood clotting factor IX (Christmas factor). This test may be used to evaluate excessive bleeding. Abnormally low factor IX assays may be seen in the following conditions: congenital deficiency of factor IX, fat malabsorption, heparin administration, cirrhosis, vitamin K deficiency and warfarin administration.

(27 Sep 1997)

Christmas treecomputing dictionary

<computer hardware, jargon> A kind of EIA-232 line tester or breakout box featuring rows of blinking red and green LEDs suggestive of Christmas lights.

(01 Nov 2006)

Christmas tree packetcomputing dictionary

<networking> (Or kamikaze packet) A packet with every single option set for whatever protocol is in use. The term doubtless derives from a fanciful image of each little option bit being represented by a different-coloured light bulb, all turned on.

RFC 1025, "TCP and IP Bake Off" says:

10 points for correctly being able to process a "Kamikaze" packet (AKA nastygram, Christmas tree packet, lamp test segment, et al.). That is, correctly handle a segment with the maximum combination of features at once (e.g. a SYN URG PUSH FIN segment with options and data).

Compare: Chernobyl packet.

[Jargon File]

(01 Mar 1994)

Christopher Addisonbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Addison, Christopher

Christopher Braunbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Braun, Christopher

Christopher Stracheybiographical dictionary

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Professor of Computation at Oxford, England, born 1916, died May 1975. He invented the term "currying".

See also: General Purpose Macro-generator.

(01 Apr 1998)

Christopher T Aebybiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Aeby, Christopher T

Christoph Scheinerbiographical dictionary

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Preferred term: Scheiner, Christoph

Christ-Siemens-Touraine syndromemedical dictionary

Christopher Strachey, Christopher T Aeby, Christoph Scheiner < Prev | Next > chrom-, chroma, chromaffin

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