By Peter Collin
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The coloured part round a nipple 2. in the eye, the part of the iris closest to the pupil areolar tissue /ə ri ələ tʃu / noun a type of connective tissue arginine / ɑ d ni n/ noun an amino acid which helps the liver form urea argon laser / ɑ ɒn lezə/ noun a laser used in sealing blood vessels and destroying specific lesions Argyll Robertson pupil /ɑ al rɒbətsən pju p(ə)l/ noun a condition of the eye, in which the lens is able to focus but the pupil does not react to light. It is a symptom of tertiary syphilis or of locomotor ataxia.
Abbr ADD attention deficit hyperactivity disorder /ə tenʃən defst hapər k tvti ds ɔ də/ noun a condition in which a child has an inability to concentrate and shows disruptive behaviour. Abbr ADHD attention deficit syndrome /ə tenʃən de fst sndrəυm/ noun same as attention defiatrophy atropine ATS attack attempted suicide attending physician attention deficit disorder attention deficit hyperactivity disorder attention deficit syndrome cit disorder attenuation /ə tenju eʃ(ə)n/ noun a reduction in the effect or strength of something such as a virus, either because of environmental conditions or as a result of a laboratory procedure atticotomy / t kɒtəmi/ noun the removal of the wall in the inner ear.
Arm /ɑ m/ noun the part of the body from the shoulder to the hand, formed of the upper arm, the elbow and the forearm ć She broke her arm skiing. ć Lift your arms up above your head. ) arm bones / ɑ m bəυnz/ plural noun the huarm bones merus, the ulna and the radius armpit / ɑ mpt/ noun the hollow under the shoulder, between the upper arm and the body, where the upper arm joins the shoulder, containing several important blood vessels, lymph nodes and sweat glands. Also called axilla arm sling / ɑ m slŋ/ noun a support for an injured arm that prevents it from moving by tying it against the chest Arnold-Chiari malformation / ɑ nəld ki eəri m lfɔ meʃ(ə)n/ noun a congenital condition in which the base of the skull is malformed, allowing parts of the cerebellum into the spinal canal [Described 1894.