Information about what anemia is, what symptoms it causes, and what causes it.
Definition of ataxia
Information about what a biopsy is, the different types of biopsies, and why a biopsy might be done.
Information about what a blood smear is, and how and why it's done.
Bone Marrow Failure
Definition of what bone marrow failure is.
Definition of bradykinesia
Definition of cardiologist
What is a CBC?
Information about what a CBC (complete blood cell count) is and why and how it's done.
Chorea - What Is Chorea?
Definition of chorea and different types
What Is a Clinical Trial?
Information about what a clinical trial is and why it is done.
What Is a Clone?
Information about what a clone is, the different types of cloning, and how a clone is made.
What Is A CT Scan?
Description of what a CT (computed tomography) scan is, what it is used for, and how it is done.
Definition of cyanosis
Explains what a DNA test is, and why and how it's done.
Information about what an echocardiogram is and why it is done.
What Is an EEG?
Describes what an EEG is, and why this type of medical test is done.
G-CSF - Granulocyte Colony Stimulating Factor
Definition of G-CSF (granulocyte colony stimulating factor)
Definition of genetic counselor and what he/she does.
Definition of granuloma
Definition of hematologist-oncologist
Definition of hemolysis
What hypotonia is and how it affects the body
Definition of microcephaly
What Is an MRI?
Description of what an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) is, what this medical test is used for, and how it is done.
What PERRLA means in medicine and when it's used.
Information about what petechiae are and what causes them.
Information about what purpura are and what causes them.
What Is An RBC?
Information about what a red blood cell count (RBC) is, and how and why it's done.
Information about what scoliosis is and why it happens.
Definition of what a seizure is
Definition of what syndrome is in medicine and examples of some rare syndromes.
Definition of tricophagia
What Is a WBC?
Information about what a WBC (white blood cell count) is and why and how it's done.