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  • Common Diseases
    • Disease [Disease A - Z]
    • abdominal aortic aneurysm
    • abortion (spontaneous)
    • abscess
    • absence seizure
    • accelerated hypertension
    • acne
    • acne rosacea
    • acute bronchitis
    • acute demyelinating polyneuropathy
    • acute glomerulonephritis
    • acute idiopathic polyneuritis
    • acute inflammatory polyneuropathy
    • acute renal artery embolism
    • acute vascular occlusion
    • adrenal gland tumors
    • adult onset diabetes
    • aids
    • alcohol abuse
    • alcohol withdrawal
    • alcoholic cirrhosis
    • alcoholism
    • allergic conjunctivitis
    • allergic dermatitis
    • allergic rashes
    • allergic reactions
    • allergic rhinitis
    • allergy: allergic conjunctivitis
    • allergy: rashes
    • allergy: reactions
    • allergy: rhinitis
    • alopecia
    • alpha thalassemia
    • als
    • alzheimer's disease
    • amyloidosis
    • amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
    • anal bleeding
    • anal fissures
    • anaphylaxis
    • anemia
    • aneurysm
    • angina
    • ankylosing spondylitis
    • anorexia nervosa
    • antibiotic induced enteritis
    • anxiety reactions
    • aortic aneurysm
    • aortic regurgitation
    • aortic stenosis
    • aplastic anemia
    • appendicitis
    • arrhythmias
    • arthritis (degenerative)
    • arthritis (gout)
    • arthritis (rheumatoid)
    • arthritis (septic)
    • asbestosis
    • asd
    • aspiration pneumonia
    • asthma
    • atherosclerotic vascular disease
    • athlete's foot
    • atrial fibrillation
    • atrial septal defect
    • baby measles
    • bacterial conjunctivitis
    • bacterial endocarditis
    • baldness
    • barlow's syndrome
    • barotitis media
    • bartholin's cyst and abscess
    • basal cell carcinoma (skin)
    • bell's palsy
    • benign breast disease
    • benign headache
    • benign prostatic hyperplasia (bph)
    • beta thalassemia
    • biliary cirrhosis
    • bipolar disorder
    • black lung
    • bladder cancer
    • bladder infection
    • blepharitis
    • blood clots
    • blood disease: anemia
    • blood vessel disease
    • body lice
    • bone cancer
    • bone infection
    • botulism
    • bowel obstruction
    • brain abscess
    • brain aneurysm
    • brain tumors
    • breast cancer
    • breast infection
    • bronchiolitis
    • bronchitis
    • buerger's disease
    • bunions
    • bursitis
    • cancer
      • bladder
      • bone
      • brain
      • breast
      • cervix
      • colon or large intestine
      • colorectal
      • head and neck
      • larynx (voice box)
      • leukemia
      • liver
      • lung
      • lymphomas
      • mouth and throat
      • multiple myeloma
      • ovary
      • pancreas
      • prostate
      • skin
      • testicular
      • uterus
      • vaginitis
    • candidiasis
    • canker sores
    • cardiac arrhythmias
    • cardiac disease
    • cardiac murmurs
    • cardiogenic shock
    • cardiomyopathy
    • carpal tunnel syndrome
    • cat scratch disease
    • cataplexy
    • cataracts
    • cavities
    • cellulitis
    • central retinal artery occlusion
    • central retinal vein occlusion
    • cerebral amyloidosis
    • cerebral aneurysm
    • cerebrovascular accident
    • cerebrovascular disease
    • cervical cancer
    • cervical lymphadenitis
    • cf
    • chalazion
    • chancroid
    • chest wall pain
    • chf
    • chicken pox
    • child abuse
    • child neglect
    • childhood vaccines
    • cholangiocarcinoma
    • cholecystitis
    • cholelithiasis
    • cholesterol elevation
    • chondromalacia
    • chronic bronchitis
    • chronic fatigue syndrome
    • chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    • cirrhosis (alcoholic)
    • cirrhosis (primary biliary)
    • clam digger's itch
    • cluster headaches
    • cmv infection
    • coal worker's pneumoconiosis
    • cocaine overdose
    • cold sores
    • colds
    • colitis
    • collapsed lung
    • conductive hearing loss
    • condyloma acuminata
    • congestive heart failure
    • conjunctivitis
    • contact dermatitis
    • convulsions
    • cooley's anemia
    • copd
    • corneal ulcer
    • coronary artery disease
    • costochondritis
    • crabs
    • crack overdose
    • crohn's disease
    • croup
    • cryptococcal infection
    • cryptococcosis
    • cushing's disease
    • cushing's syndrome
    • cva
    • cystic fibrosis
    • cystitis
    • cysts
    • cytomegalovirus infection
    • deep venous thrombosis
    • degenerative arthritis
    • dehydration
    • delirium tremens
    • dementia
    • dental caries
    • dental infection
    • depression
    • dequervain's tenosynovitis
    • dermatitis
    • diabetes mellitus
    • diabetic coma
    • diabetic ketoacidosis
    • diabetic neuropathy
    • diabetic retinopathy
    • diaper rash
    • diphtheria
    • dissecting thoracic aneurysm
    • distributive shock
    • diverticulitis
    • dpt shots
    • drug withdrawal
    • dry eyes
    • duchene's dystrophy
    • duodenal ulcer
    • dvt
    • dysmenorrhea
    • ear infection
    • ectopic pregnancy
    • eczema
    • electrolyte imbalance
    • elevated cholesterol
    • elevated triglycerides
    • emphysema
    • encephalitis
    • endocarditis
    • endometrial carcinoma
    • endometriosis
    • endometritis
    • epididymitis (males)
    • epiglottitis
    • epilepsy
    • epistaxis
    • epstein-barr virus infection
    • erysipelas
    • erythema infectiosum
    • erythema multiforme
    • esophageal reflux
    • esophageal ring (stricture)
    • esophageal varices
    • esophagitis
    • eye infection
    • eye problems
      • allergic conjunctivitis
      • blepharitis
      • cataracts
      • central retinal artery and vein occlusions
      • chalazion
      • corneal ulcer
      • diabetic retinopathy
      • dry eyes
      • glaucoma
      • infectious conjunctivitis
      • macular degeneration
      • optic neuritis
      • retinal detachment
      • stye
      • uveitis
    • febrile seizures
    • felon
    • female problems
      • bartholins cyst and abscess
      • breast cancer
      • cervical cancer
      • endometriosis
      • endometritis
      • fibrocystic breast disease
      • mastitis
      • menopause
      • menstrual pain
      • miscarriage
      • ovarian cystic disease
      • pelvic inflammatory disease
      • placenta previa
      • placental abruption
      • preeclampsia
      • premenstrual syndrome
      • tubal pregnancy
      • uterine cancer
      • uterine fibroids
      • uterine prolapse
      • vaginitis
      • yeast infection
    • femoral hernia
    • fetal alcohol syndrome
    • fever blisters
    • fever control instructions
    • fever in infants under 2 years
    • fibrocystic breast disease
    • fibromyalgia
    • fibrositis
    • fifth disease
    • fingertip infection
    • first aid
      • asthma
      • hypoglycemia
      • seizures
      • shock
      • stroke
    • flu illness
    • fluid depletion
    • folliculitis
    • food poisoning
    • food-borne botulism
    • fungal infection
      • candidiasis
      • cryptococcosis
      • sporothrix
    • fungal nail infection
    • fungal scalp infection
    • fungal skin rash
    • fungal throat infection
    • gallbladder disease
    • gallstones
    • ganglion cysts
    • ganglioneuroma
    • gangrene
    • gardnerlella vaginitis
    • gastric outlet obstruction
    • gastritis
    • gastroenteritis
    • gastroesophageal reflux disease
    • gastrointestinal bleeding
    • genital herpes
    • genital warts
    • gerd
    • german measles
    • gi bleeding
    • giardia intestinal infection
    • giardiasis
    • gingivitis and periodontal disease
    • glaucoma
    • glomerulonephritis
    • goiter
    • golfer's elbow
    • gout
    • grand-mal seizures
    • grave's disease
    • guillain-barre' syndrome
    • hair loss
    • hashimoto's thyroiditis
    • head and neck cancer
    • head lice
    • headache
    • heart attack
    • heart beat irregularities
    • heart disease
      • angina
      • aortic regurgitation
      • aortic stenosis
      • arrhythmias
      • atrial fibrillation
      • atrial septal defect
      • chf
      • endocarditis
      • hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
      • mitral regurgitation
      • mitral stenosis
      • mitral valve prolapse
      • myocarditis
      • pericarditis
      • ventricular septal defect
    • heart failure
    • heart murmurs
    • heartburn
    • heel spur syndrome
    • hemochromatosis
    • hemolytic anemia
    • hemorrhagic shock
    • hemorrhoids
    • hepatitis
    • hepatocellular carcinoma
    • hernias
    • herpes
      • genitalis
      • simplex type I
      • simplex type ii
      • zoster
    • herpetic whitlow
    • hiatal hernia
    • high blood pressure
    • high cholesterol
    • high triglycerides
    • histamine headache
    • histoplasmosis
    • hiv infection
    • hives
    • hodgkin's disease
    • hordeolum
    • horton's syndrome
    • hpv infection
    • human papilloma virus infection
    • hydrocele
    • hyperemesis gravidarum
    • hyperparathyroidism
    • hypertension
    • hyperthyroidism
    • hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
    • hyperventilation
    • hypoglycemia
    • hypoparathyroidism
    • hypotension
    • hypothyroidism
    • impetigo
    • impotence
    • infant botulism
    • infected fingernail
    • infected toenail
    • infections
      • aids
      • bone
      • botulism
      • bronchiolitis
      • bronchitis
      • candidiasis
      • cat scratch disease
      • cellulitis
      • cervical lymphadenitis
      • chancroid
      • chicken pox
      • cold sores
      • colds
      • conjunctivitis
      • croup
      • cytomegalovirus infection
      • diphtheria
      • encephalitis
      • epididimytis
      • epiglottitis
      • eyelids
      • felon
      • fever in infants under 2 years
      • flu
      • food poisoning
      • fungal throat infection
      • german measles
      • gingivitis
      • hepatitis
      • herpes genitalis
      • influenza
      • joint
      • laryngitis
      • legionnaire's disease
      • ludwig's angina
      • lyme disease
      • lymphadenitis
      • lymphogranuloma venerum
      • malaria
      • measles
      • meningitis
      • mononucleosis
      • mumps
      • parotid gland
      • pelvic inflammatory disease
      • perianal abscess
      • pinworms
      • pneumocystis carinii
      • proctitis
      • rabies
      • rat bite fever
      • rocky mountain spotted fever
      • roseola
      • rubella
      • scabies
      • shingles
      • skin (superficial)
      • syphilis teeth
      • throat
      • thrush
      • tonsils
      • toxoplasmosis
      • tuberculosis
      • urinary tract infection
      • vaginitis
      • veneral disease (males)
      • whooping cough
    • infectious conjunctivitis
    • infectious hepatitis
    • infectious mononucleosis
    • infective endocarditis
    • influenza
    • ingrown toe and fingernails
    • inguinal hernia
    • inner ear problems
    • insulin dependent diabetes
    • insulin reaction
    • interstitial cystitis
    • intestinal infection
    • intestinal obstruction
    • intestinal worms
    • iron deficient anemia
    • irregular heart beat
    • irritable bowel disease
    • ischemic bowel disease
    • jock itch
    • kawasaki disease
    • kidney disease
      • acute glomerulonephritis
      • renal artery occlusion
    • kidney failure
    • kidney infection
    • kidney stones
    • kidney stones: lithotripsy
    • kissing disease
    • labyrinthitis
    • laryngeal tumor
    • laryngitis
    • laryngotracheobronchitis
    • lateral epicondylitis
    • legionnaire's disease
    • leukemia
    • lice
    • lithotripsy (eswl)
    • liver cancer
    • liver disease
    • liver failure
    • lockjaw
    • lou gehrig's disease
    • low blood pressure
    • low blood sugar
    • ludwig's angina
    • lung aspiration
    • lung cancer
    • lung disease
      • asbestosis
      • aspiration pneumonia
      • asthma
      • coal worker's pneumoconiosis
      • copd
      • silicosis
      • bronchitis
      • histoplasmosis
      • pneumocystis
      • pneumonia
      • tuberculosis
    • lupus
    • lyme disease
    • lymphadenitis
    • lymphangitis
    • lymphogranuloma venereum
    • lymphomas
    • macular degeneration
    • major depression
    • malaria
    • malignant hypertension
    • malignant melanoma (skin)
    • mammary dysplasia
    • manic depressive illness
    • marie-strumpell disease
    • mastitis
    • md
    • measles
    • medial epicondylitis
    • melanoma
    • meniere's disease
    • meningitis
    • meningococcal meningitis
    • menopause
    • menstrual pain
    • mi
    • migraine headaches
    • migrainous neuralgia
    • miscarriage
    • mitral insufficiency
    • mitral regurgitation
    • mitral stenosis
    • mitral valve prolapse
    • mmr shots
    • moles (cancerous)
    • mono
    • mononucleosis
    • morning sickness
    • morton's neuroma
    • motor neuron disease
    • mouth ulcers
    • ms
    • mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome
    • multiple myeloma
    • multiple sclerosis
    • mumps
    • muscle tension headache
    • muscular dystrophy
    • myasthenia gravis
    • mycoplasma infection
    • myocardial infarction
    • myocarditis
    • narcolepsy
    • nasal polyps
    • nephrolithiasis
    • neurogenic shock
    • neuroma
    • neurosyphilis
    • non-a non-b hepatitis
    • nosebleeds
    • occupational lung disease: asbestos
    • optic neuritis
    • oral fungal infection
    • orthostatic hypotension
    • osgood-schlatter disease
    • osteitis deformans
    • osteoarthritis
    • osteogenic sarcoma
    • osteomyelitis
    • osteoporosis
    • otitis externa
    • otitis media
    • otosclerosis
    • ovarian cancer
    • ovarian cystic disease
    • paget's disease
    • palpitations
    • pancreatic cancer
    • pancreatitis
    • panic attacks
    • parkinson's disease
    • paronychia
    • parotitis
    • paroxysmal nocturnal cephalgia
    • patello-femoral syndrome
    • pediatrics
      • bronchiolitis
      • croup
      • cystic fibrosis
      • diaper rash
      • diphtheria
      • epiglottitis
      • erythema infectiosum
      • febrile seizures
      • fever in infants under 2 years
      • german measles
      • impetigo
      • kawasaki disease
      • measles
      • mononucleosis
      • mumps
      • periorbital cellulitis
      • pertussis (whooping cough)
      • pyloric stenosis
      • reyes syndrome
      • roseola
      • rsv infection
      • rubella
      • scarlet fever
      • sepsis
      • sickle cell anemia
      • strep throat
      • thrush
      • vaccination schedule
    • pediculosis pubis
    • pelvic inflammatory disease
    • peptic ulcer disease
    • perianal abscess
    • pericarditis
    • periodontitis
    • periorbital cellulitis
    • peripheral vascular disease
    • peritonsillar abscess
    • pernicious anemia
    • pertussis ("whooping cough")
    • petit-mal seizures
    • peyronie's disease
    • pharyngitis
    • phlebitis
    • pilonidal abscess
    • pinworms
    • pituitary tumors
    • pityriasis rosea
    • placenta previa
    • placental abruption
    • plantar fascitis
    • pleurisy
    • pleuritis
    • pms
    • pneumococcal pneumonia
    • pneumocystis carini
    • pneumonia
    • pneumothorax
    • poison ivy and poison oak
    • polio
    • polio vaccine (opv)
    • polycythemia vera
    • poor circulation
    • postural hypotension
    • preeclampsia
    • premenstrual syndrome
    • presbycusis
    • primary amyloidosis
    • primary biliary cirrhosis
    • primary dysmenorrhea
    • primary hyperparathyroidism
    • procidentia
    • proctitis
    • prostate cancer
    • prostate enlargement
    • prostatitis
    • pseudohypoparathyroidism
    • psoriasis
    • pubic lice
    • pulmonary edema
    • pulmonary embolism
    • pyelonephritis
    • pyloric stenosis
    • pyorrhea
    • rabies
    • rat bite fever
    • raynaud's disease
    • rectal bleeding
    • rectal prolapse
    • reflux esophagitis
    • renal artery thrombosis
    • renal failure
    • respiratory syncytial virus
    • restless legs syndrome
    • retinal artery and vein occlusions
    • retinal detachment
    • retrograde ejaculation
    • reversible airways disease
    • reye's syndrome
    • rheumatic fever
    • rheumatoid arthritis
    • rheumatoid spondylitis
    • rhinitis
    • ringworm
    • rocky mountain spotted fever
    • rosacea
    • rose growers granuloma
    • roseola
    • rsv
    • rubella (german measles)
    • rubeola
    • ruptured appendix
    • salivary gland infection
    • sarcoidosis
    • scabies
    • scarlet fever
    • schatzki's ring (esophageal ring)
    • schizophrenia
    • scleroderma
    • sea lice
    • seborrheic dermatitis
    • seizures
    • sensorineural hearing loss
    • sepsis
    • septic arthritis
    • septicemia
    • serum hepatitis
    • shingles (herpes zoster)
    • shock
    • shoulder tendinitis
    • sickle cell anemia
    • silicosis
    • sinus infection
    • sinusitis
    • skin blemishes
    • skin cancer
    • skin disease
      • abscess
      • acne
      • athlete's foot
      • bartholin's cyst and abscess
      • basal cell carcinoma
      • condyloma acuminata
      • cysts
      • dermatitis and eczema
      • folliculitis
      • fungal rash
      • fungal scalp infection
      • malignant melanoma
    • skin infection
    • sle
    • sleep apnea syndrome
    • sleep disorders
    • spastic colon
    • spermatocele
    • spinal cord shock
    • spontaneous pneumothorax
    • sporothrix infection
    • squamous cell carcinoma (skin)
    • stevens-johnson syndrome
    • stomach ulcer
    • strep throat
    • stroke
    • stye
    • subarachnoid hemorrhage
    • sublingual infection
    • submandibular gland infection
    • swimmer's ear
    • swimmer's itch
    • syphilis
    • systemic lupus erythematosus
    • systemic sclerosis
    • tb
    • temporal arteritis
    • temporomandibular joint disease
    • tendinitis
    • tennis elbow
    • tenosynovitis (thumb)
    • testicular cancer
    • testicular torsion
    • tetanus
    • thalassemia
    • thalassemia major
    • thalassemia minor
    • thoracic aneurysm
    • threatened abortion
    • thromboangiitis obliterans
    • thrombophlebitis
    • thrombosis
    • thrush
    • tia
    • tic douloureux
    • tinea capitis
    • tinea corporis
    • tinea cruris
    • tinea pedis
    • tinea versicolor
    • tmj problems
    • tonic-clonic seizures
    • tonsillitis
    • tooth decay
    • tooth infection
    • tourette's syndrome
    • toxemia of pregnancy
    • toxic shock syndrome
    • toxoplasmosis
    • transient ischemic attack (tia)
    • traveler's diarrhea
    • trichomonas vaginitis
    • trigeminal neuralgia
    • tubal pregnancy
    • tuberculosis
    • ulcerative colitis
    • ulcers (gastrointestinal)
    • umbilical hernia
    • upper respiratory infection ("cold")
    • uri
    • urinary retention
    • urinary tract infection
    • uterine cancer
    • uterine fibroids
    • uterine prolapse
    • uveitis
    • vaccination schedule
    • vaginal yeast infection
    • vaginitis
    • varicella zoster
    • varicocele
    • varicose veins
    • vascular occlusion
    • venereal disease (females)
    • venereal disease (males)
    • ventricular septal defect
    • vestibuloneuronitis
    • viral gastroenteritis
    • viral hepatitis
    • viral myocarditis
    • vocal cord tumor
    • voice strain
    • vsd
    • walking pneumonia
    • warts
    • whooping cough
  • Glands
    • Gland [Gland A - Z]
    • adrenal gland
    • corpus luteum
    • islets of Langerhans
    • ovary
    • parathyroid gland
    • pineal gland
    • pituitary gland
    • testis
    • thyroid gland
    • Exocrine Glands
    • Bartholin’s gland
    • breast
    • Brunner’s gland
    • buccal gland
    • Cowper’s / bulbo-urethral gland
    • gastric gland
    • lacrimal gland
    • Lieberkühn’s gland
    • liver
    • mammary gland
    • meibomian/tarsal gland
    • pancreas
    • parotid gland
    • preputial gland
    • prostate gland
    • salivary gland
    • sebaceous gland
    • sublingual gland
    • submandibular / submaxillary gland
    • sweat gland
  • Muscles
    • Region - Muscle [Region A - Z]
    • Abdominal wall
      • External oblique
    • Back
      • Trapezius
      • Latissimus dorsi
    • Buttocks
      • Gluteus maximus
      • Gluteus minimus
      • Gluteus medius
      • Tensor fascia latae
    • Chest
      • Pectoralis major
      • Serratus anterior
    • Forearm
      • Brachioradialis
      • Pronator teres
    • Leg
      • Anterior surface
        • Tibialis anterior
      • Posterior surface
        • Gastrocnemius
        • Soleus
    • Neck
      • Sternocleidomastoid
    • Pelvic floor
      • Levator ani
      • Levator coccygeus
      • Rectococcygeus
    • Shoulder
      • Deltiod
    • Thigh
      • Anterior surface
        • Quadriceps femoris group
          • Rectus femoris
          • Vastus lateralis
          • Vastus medialis
          • Vastus intermedius
      • Medial surface
        • Gracilis
        • Adductor group
          • Brevis
          • Longus
          • Magnus
      • Posterior surface
        • Hamstring group
          • Biceps femoris
          • Semitendinosus
          • Semimembranosus
    • Upper Arm
      • Biceps brachii
      • Triceps brachii
      • Brachialis
  • Nervous System
    • Cranial Nerves
      • Number: Name  (Important Functions) [Number 0 - 9]
      • I: Olfactory (Smell)
      • II: Optic (Sight)
      • III: Oculomotor (Eyeball movements; regulation of the pupils)
      • IV: Trochlear  (Eyeball movements)
      • V: Trigeminal  (Movements of jaw, eardrum, ear bones; chewing; swallowing)
      • VI: Abducent  (Eyeball movements)
      • VII: Facial  (Facial expressions; secretions; taste)
      • VIII: Auditory  (Hearing and balance)
      • IX: Glossopharyngeal  (Movements of the pharynx and larynx; taste)
      • X: Vagus (including cranial root of accessory nerve)  (Movements of the pharynx, larynx, viscera; swallowing; secretion; controls respiration; slows heart)
      • XI: Accessory (spinal root)  (Movements of the head and shoulders)
      • XII: Hypoglossal  (Movements of the tongue)
  • Skeletal
    • Group / Bone {alternate name} (No of bones including sub groups) [Location Top - Bottom]
    • Primary Skeleton (206 Bones)
    • Axial Skeleton (80)
      • Skull (28)
        • Cranium (8)
          • Frontal
          • Parietal * 2
          • Temporal * 2
          • Occipital
          • Sphenoid
          • Ethmoid
        • Face (14)
          • Nasal * 2
          • Maxillary * 2
          • Zygomatic [major] * 2
          • Mandible
          • Lacrimal * 2
          • Palatine * 2
          • Inferior conchae {turbinates} * 2
          • Vomer
        • Ear (3) * 2
          • Malleus *2
          • Incus {anvil} * 2
          • Stapes {stirrup} * 2
      • Hyoid (1)
      • Vertebral column (26)
        • Cervical vertebrae C1 - C7 (7)
      • Sternum (1)
      • Ribs (24)
        • True ribs (7) * 2
        • False ribs (5) * 2
    • Appendicular Skeleton (126)
      • Upper (64)
        • Clavicle * 2
        • Scapula * 2
        • Humerus * 2
        • Radius * 2
        • Ulna * 2
        • Carpals (8) * 2
          • Scaphoid * 2
          • Lunate * 2
          • triuetrum * 2
          • pisiform * 2
          • trapezium * 2
          • trapezoid * 2
          • capitate * 2
          • hamate * 2
        • Metacarpals (5) * 2
        • Phalanges (14) * 2
      • Lower (62)
        • Ossa coxae {innominate bones} * 2
        • Femur * 2
        • Patella * 2
        • Tibia * 2
        • Fibula * 2
        • Tarsals (7) * 2
          • Calcaneus * 2
          • Talus * 2
          • Navicular * 2
          • First cuneiform * 2
          • Second cuneiform * 2
          • Third cuneiform * 2
          • Cuboid * 2
        • Metatarsals (5) * 2
        • Phalanges (14) * 2
    • Fracture Types
      • Fracture [Fracture A - Z]
      • Colles'; fracture
      • comminuted fracture
      • compound fracture
      • green-stick fracture
      • impacted fracture
      • march fracture
      • open fracture
      • Pott's fracture
      • simple fracture
  • Teeth
    • Temporary primary teeth (20)
      • Name (Number) {age when appear in months} {Location Front - Back]
      • Central incisor (4) {6 - 8}
      • Lateral incisor (4) {7 - 12}
      • Canine (4) {16 - 20}
      • First molar (4) {12 - 16}
      • Second molar (4) {20 - 30}
    • Permanent teeth (32)
      • Name {Alternate name} (Number) {age when appear in years} {Location Front - Back]
      • Central incisor (4) {7 - 8}
      • Lateral incisor (4) {7 - 10)
      • Canine (4) {9 - 14}
      • First premolar (4) {9 - 13}
      • Second premolar (4) {10 - 14}
      • First molar (4) {5 - 8}
      • Second molar (4) {10 - 14}
      • Third molar {wisdom} (4) {17 - 24}
  • Terminology
    • Anatomical Movement Terminology
      • Anatomical Position: Standing, Feet Parallel, Eyes forward, Palms facing forward, Fingers pointing downward.
      • Term: Definition [Term A - Z]
      • Anterior (Ventral): Towards the front.
      • Coronal Plane: Divides body into Front and Back.
      • Distal: Away from the main mass of the body.
      • External (Superficial): Toward the surface of the body.
      • Inferior (Cranial): Towards the bottom.
      • Internal (Deep): Away from the surface of the body.
      • Lateral: Towards the side of the body.
      • Mid Sagittal Plane: Divides body into Left and Right.
      • Parietal: Related to the body walls.
      • Posterior (Dorsal): Towards the back.
      • Proximal: Toward the main mass of the body.
      • Medial: Towards the midline of the body.
      • Superior (Cranial): Towards the head.
      • Transverse: Divides body into Top and Bottom.
      • Visceral: Related to internal organs.
    • Medical Prefixes
      • Prefix: Description [Prefix A - Z]
      • a: without or not
      • an: without or not
      • ar: without or not
      • ab: away from
      • acro: extremities
      • ad: toward / to
      • adeno: glandular
      • aero: air
      • ambi: around / on both sides
      • amyl: starch
      • ante: before / forward
      • anti: against / counteracting
      • bi: double
      • bili: bile
      • bio: life
      • bis: two
      • brachio: arm
      • brady: slow
      • broncho: bronchus (pl bronchi)
      • cardio: heart
      • cervico: neck
      • chole: gall / bile
      • cholecysto: gallbladder
      • circum: around
      • co: together
      • contra: against / opposite
      • costo: ribs
      • cyto: cell
      • cysto: bladder
      • demi: half
      • derma: skin
      • dis: from
      • dorso: back
      • dys: abnormal / difficult
      • electro: electric
      • en: into / in / within
      • encephal: brain
      • entero: intestine
      • equi: equal
      • eryth: red
      • ex: out / out of / away from
      • extra: outside of / in addition to
      • ferro: iron
      • fibro: fibre
      • fore: before / in front of
      • gastro: stomach
      • glosso: tongue
      • glyco: sugar
      • hemi: half
      • hemo: blood
      • hepa: liver
      • hepato: liver
      • histo: tissue
      • homo: same
      • hydro: water
      • hygro: moisture
      • hyper: too much / high
      • hypo: under / decreased
      • hyster: uterus
      • ileo: ileum
      • in: in / within / into
      • inter: between
      • intra: within
      • intro: in / within / into
      • juxta: near / close to
      • laryngo: larynx
      • latero: side
      • lapar: abdomen
      • leuk: white
      • macro: large / big
      • mal: bad / poor
      • mast: breast
      • medio: middle
      • mega: large / great
      • megalo: large / great
      • meno: menses
      • mono: single
      • multi: many
      • myelo: bone marrow / spinal cord
      • myo: muscle
      • neo: new
      • nephro: kidney
      • neuro: nerve
      • nitro: nitrogen
      • noct: night
      • non: not
      • ob: against / in front of
      • oculo: eye
      • odonto: tooth
      • ophthalmo: eye
      • ortho: straight / normal
      • os: mouth / bone
      • osteo: bone marrow / spinal cord
      • oto: ear
      • pan: all
      • para: beside / accessory to
      • path: disease
      • ped: child / foot
      • per: by / through
      • peri: around
      • pharyngo: pharynx
      • phlebo: vein
      • photo: light
      • phren: diaphragm / mind
      • pneumo: air / lungs
      • pod: foot
      • poly: many / much
      • post: after
      • prefix: before
      • proct: rectum
      • pseudo: false
      • psych: mind
      • pyel: pelvis of the kidney
      • pyo: pus
      • pyro: fever / heat
      • quadri: four
      • radio: radiation
      • re: back / again
      • reno: kidney
      • retro: backward
      • rhin: nose
      • sacro: sacrum
      • salpingo: fallopian tube
      • sarco: flesh
      • sclero: hard / hardening
      • semi: half
      • sex: six
      • skeleto: skeleton
      • steno: narrowing / constriction
      • sub: under
      • super: above / excess
      • supra: above
      • syn: together
      • tachy: fast
      • thyro: thyroid gland
      • trache: trachea
      • trans: across / over
      • tri: three
      • ultra: beyond
      • un: not / back / reversal
      • uni: one
      • uretero: ureter
      • urethro: urethra
      • uro: urine / urinary organs
      • vaso: vessel
    • Medical Suffixes
      • Suffix: Description [Suffix A - Z]
      • able: able to
      • algia: pain
      • cele: tumor / swelling
      • centesis: surgical pucture to remove fluid
      • cide: killing / destructive
      • cule: little
      • cyte: cell
      • ectasia: dilating / stretching
      • ectomy: excision / surgical removal of
      • emia: blood
      • esis: action
      • form: shaped like
      • genesis: formation / origin
      • genetic: formation / origin
      • gram: tracing / mark
      • graph: writing
      • ism: condition
      • itis: inflammation
      • ize: to treat
      • lith: stone / calculus
      • lithiasis: presence of stones
      • lysis: disintegration
      • megaly: enlargement
      • meter: instrument that measures
      • oid: likeness / resemblance
      • oma: tumor
      • opathy: disease of
      • orrhaphy: surgical repair
      • osis: disease / condition of
      • ostomy: to form an opening or outlet
      • otomy: to incise
      • pexy: fixation
      • phage: ingesting
      • phobia: fear
      • plasty: plastic surgery
      • plegia: paralysis
      • rhage: to burst forth
      • rhea: excessive discharge
      • rhexis: rupture
      • scope: lighted instrument for visual examination
      • scopy: to examine visually
      • stomy: to form an opening
      • tomy: incision into
      • uria: urine
  • Phobias
    • Phobia: Fear of [Phobia A - Z]
    • Ablutophobia: washing or bathing.
    • Acarophobia: itching or of insects whose bites cause itching.
    • Acerophobia: sourness.
    • Achluophobia, Lygophobia, Nyctophobia, Scotophobia: darkness.
    • Acousticophobia: noise.
    • Acrophobia, Altophobia: heights.
    • Aerophobia: drafts, air swallowing or airborne noxious substances.
    • Aeroacrophobia: open high places.
    • Aeronausiphobia: vomiting secondary to airsickness.
    • Agateophobia, Dementophobia, Maniaphobia: insanity.
    • Agliophobia, Algophobia, Odynophobia, Odynephobia: pain.
    • Agoraphobia: the outdoors, crowds or uncontrolled social conditions.
    • Agraphobia, Contreltophobia: sexual abuse.
    • Agrizoophobia: wild animals.
    • Agyrophobia, Dromophobia: streets or crossing the street.
    • Aibohphobia: palindromes.
    • Aichmophobia, Belonephobia, Enetophobia: needles or pointed objects.
    • Ailurophobia, Elurophobia, Felinophobia, Galeophobia, Gatophobia: cats.
    • Albuminurophobia: kidney disease.
    • Alektorophobia: chickens.
    • Alliumphobia: garlic.
    • Allodoxaphobia: opinions.
    • Amathophobia, Koniophobia: dust.
    • Amaxophobia: riding in a car.
    • Ambulophobia, Stasibasiphobia, Stasiphobia: walking or standing.
    • Anemophobia: air.
    • Amerophobia, Columbophobia: the United States, American culture, etc.
    • Amnesiphobia: amnesia.
    • Amychophobia: scratches or being scratched.
    • Anablephobia: looking up.
    • Ancraophobia, Anemophobia: wind.
    • Androphobia, Arrhenphobia, Hominophobia: men.
    • Anginophobia: angina, choking or narrowness.
    • Anglophobia: England, English culture, etc.
    • Angrophobia: anger or of becoming angry.
    • Ankylophobia: immobility of a joint.
    • Anthrophobia, Anthophobia: flowers.
    • Anthropophobia: people or society.
    • Antlophobia: floods.
    • Anuptaphobia: staying single.
    • Apeirophobia: infinity.
    • Aphenphosmphobia, Chiraptophobia, Haphephobia, Haptephobia: being touched.
    • Apiphobia, Melissophobia: bees.
    • Apotemnophobia: persons with amputations.
    • Arachibutyrophobia: peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth.
    • Arachnophobia: spiders.
    • Arithmophobia: numbers.
    • Arsonphobia, Pyrophobia: fire.
    • Asthenophobia: fainting or weakness.
    • Astraphobia, Astrapophobia, Brontophobia, Keraunophobia: thunder and lightning. It is especially common in young children.
    • Astrophobia: stars and celestial space.
    • Asymmetriphobia: asymmetry.
    • Ataxiophobia: ataxia.
    • Ataxophobia: disorder or untidiness.
    • Atelophobia: imperfection.
    • Atephobia: ruin or ruins.
    • Athazagoraphobia: being forgotten, ignored or forgetting.
    • Atomosophobia: atomic explosions.
    • Atychiphobia, Kakorrhaphiophobia: failure.
    • Aulophobia: flutes.
    • Aurophobia: gold.
    • Auroraphobia: the Northern Lights or for Chileans, Argentinians, Falkland Islanders or Antarctic explorers, the Southern Lights.
    • Australophobia, Novahollandiaphobia: Australia, Australians, Australian culture etc.
    • Autodysomophobia: fear that one has a vile odour.
    • Automatonophobia: any inanimate object that represents a sentient being, eg. statues, dummies, robots, etc.
    • Automysophobia: being dirty.
    • Autophobia, Eremophobia, Ermitophibia, Isolophobia, Monophobia: being alone or oneself.
    • Aviophobia, Aviatophobia, Pteromerhanophobia: flying.
    • Bacillophobia, Microbiophobia: microbes.
    • Bacteriophobia: bacteria.
    • Ballistophobia: missiles or bullets.
    • Bananaphobia: bananas.
    • Bolshephobia: Bolsheviks.
    • Barophobia: loss of gravity.
    • Basophobia, Basiphobia: walking or falling.
    • Bathmophobia: stairs or steep slopes.
    • Bathophobia: depth.
    • Batophobia: heights or of being close to high buildings.
    • Batrachophobia: amphibians.
    • Bibliophobia: books.
    • Blennophobia, Myxophobia: slime.
    • Bogyphobia: bogies or the bogeyman.
    • Botanophobia: plants.
    • Bromidrosiphobia, Bromidrophobia: body odours.
    • Brontophobia, Tonitrophobia: thunder.
    • Bufonophobia: toads.
    • Cacophobia: ugliness.
    • Cainophobia, Cainotophobia, Cenophobia, Centophobia, Kainolophobia, Kainophobia, Neophobia: newness, novelty.
    • Caligynephobia, Venustraphobia: beautiful women.
    • Cancerophobia, Carcinophobia: cancer.
    • Cardiophobia: heart disease.
    • Carnophobia: meat.
    • Catagelophobia, Katagelophobia: being ridiculed.
    • Catapedaphobia: jumping from high and low places.
    • Cathisophobia, Kathisophobia, Thaasophobia: sitting.
    • Catoptrophobia: mirrors.
    • Cenophobia: empty rooms.
    • Chaetophobia, Trichopathophobia, Trichophobia, Hypertrichophobia: hair.
    • Cheimaphobia, Cheimatophobia, Psychrophobia: cold.
    • Chemophobia: chemicals or working with chemicals.
    • Cherophobia: gaiety.
    • Chionophobia: snow.
    • Chirophobia: hands.
    • Chlorophobia: the colour green.
    • Cholerophobia: anger or the cholera.
    • Chorophobia: dancing.
    • Christophobia: hatred towards Christianity.
    • Chrometophobia, Chrematophobia: money.
    • Chromophobia, Chromatophobia: colours.
    • Chronophobia: time.
    • Chronomentrophobia: clocks.
    • Chrysophobia: fear or the color orange.
    • Cibophobia, Sitophobia, Sitiophobia: food.
    • Claustrophobia: confined spaces.
    • Cleithrophobia, Cleisiophobia: being locked in an enclosed place.
    • Cleptophobia, Kleptophobia: stealing.
    • Climacophobia: stairs or of climbing or falling down stairs.
    • Clinophobia: going to bed.
    • Clithrophobia, Cleithrophobia: being enclosed.
    • Cnidophobia: stings.
    • Cometophobia: comets.
    • Coimetrophobia: cemeteries.
    • Coitophobia, Genophobia: coitus.
    • Coprastasophobia: constipation.
    • Coprophobia, Scatophobia: feces.
    • Coulrophobia: clowns.
    • Counterphobia: the preference by a phobic person for fearful situations.
    • Cremnophobia: precipices.
    • Cryophobia: extreme cold, ice or frost.
    • Crystallophobia: crystals or glass.
    • Cyanophobia: the colour blue.
    • Cyberphobia, Logizomechanophobia: computers or working on a computer.
    • Cyclophobia: bicycles.
    • Cymophobia, Kymophobia: waves or wave-like motions.
    • Cynophobia: dogs or rabies.
    • Cypridophobia, Cypriphobia, Cyprianophobia, Cyprinophobia: prostitutes or venereal disease.
    • Decidophobia: making decisions.
    • Defecaloesiophobia: painful bowel movements.
    • Deipnophobia: dining or dinner conversations.
    • Demonophobia, Daemonophobia: demons.
    • Demophobia, Enochlophobia, Ochlophobia: crowds.
    • Dendrophobia: trees.
    • Dentophobia: dentists.
    • Dermatophobia: skin lesions.
    • Dermatosiophobia, Dermatophobia, Dermatopathophobia: skin disease.
    • Dextrophobia: objects at the right side of the body.
    • Diabetophobia: diabetes.
    • Didaskaleinophobia, Scolionophobia: going to school.
    • Dikephobia: justice.
    • Dinophobia: dizziness or whirlpools.
    • Diplophobia: double vision.
    • Dipsophobia: drinking.
    • Dishabiliophobia: undressing in front of someone.
    • Domatophobia, Eicophobia, Oikophobia: houses or being in a house.
    • Doraphobia: fur or the skins of animals.
    • Doxophobia: expressing opinions or receiving praise.
    • Dutchphobia: the Dutch.
    • Dysmorphophobia: deformity.
    • Dystychiphobia: accidents.
    • Ecclesiophobia: church.
    • Ecophobia: home.
    • Eisoptrophobia: mirrors or of seeing oneself in a mirror.
    • Electrophobia: electricity.
    • Eleutherophobia: freedom.
    • Emetophobia: vomiting.
    • Enetophobia: pins.
    • Enosiophobia , Enissophobia: having committed an unpardonable sin or of criticism.
    • Entomophobia, Insectophobia: insects.
    • Eosophobia: dawn or daylight.
    • Ephebiphobia: teenagers.
    • Epistaxiophobia: nosebleeds.
    • Epistemophobia, Gnosiophobia: knowledge.
    • Epistolophobia: writing letters.
    • Equinophobia, Hippophobia: horses.
    • Ereuthrophobia, Erythrophobia, Erytophobia: blushing, red lights, or the colour red.
    • Ergasiophobia: work or functioning, or a surgeon's operating.
    • Ergophobia: work.
    • Ermitophobia: being alone, loneliness.
    • Erotophobia: sexual love or sexual questions.
    • Erythrophobia: blushing.
    • Euphobia: hearing good news.
    • Eurotophobia: female genitalia.
    • Europhobia: Europe, Europeans, or alternatively, the European Union.
    • Febriphobia, Fibriphobia, Fibriophobia, Pyrexiophobia: fever.
    • Francophobia, Gallophobia, Galiophobia: France, French culture, etc.
    • Frigophobia: very cold objects.
    • Gamophobia: marriage.
    • Geliophobia: laughter.
    • Geniophobia: chins.
    • Genuphobia: knees.
    • Gephyrophobia, Gephydrophobia, Gephyrdrophobia, Gephysrophobia: crossing bridges.
    • Germanophobia, Teutophobia: Germany, German culture, etc.
    • Gerascophobia: growing old.
    • Gerontophobia: old people or of growing old.
    • Geumaphobia, Geumophobia: taste.
    • Glossophobia: speaking in public or of trying to speak.
    • Globophobia: balloons.
    • Graphophobia: writing or handwriting.
    • Gymnophobia, Nudophobia: nudity.
    • Gynephobia, Gynophobia: women.
    • Hadephobia, Stygiophobia, Stigiophobia: hell.
    • Haemophobia: blood and bleeding.
    • Hagiophobia: saints or holy things.
    • Hamartophobia, Peccatophobia: sinning.
    • Haptophobia: being touched.
    • Harpaxophobia: being robbed.
    • Hedonophobia: feeling pleasure.
    • Heliophobia: the sun.
    • Hellenologophobia: Greek terms or complex scientific terminology.
    • Helminthophobia: being infested with worms.
    • Hemophobia, Hemaphobia, Hematophobia: blood or bleeding.
    • Heresyphobia, Hereiophobia: challenges to official doctrine or of radical deviation.
    • Herpetophobia: reptiles.
    • Heterophobia, Sexophobia: the opposite sex.
    • Hierophobia: priests or sacred things.
    • Hippophobia: horses.
    • Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, Sesquipedalophobia: long words.
    • Hobophobia: bums or beggars.
    • Hodophobia: road travel.
    • Hormephobia: shock.
    • Homichlophobia, Nebulaphobia: fog.
    • Homilophobia: sermons.
    • Homophobia: sameness, monotony, homosexuality or of becoming homosexual.
    • Hoplophobia: firearms.
    • Hydrargyophobia: mercurial medicines.
    • Hydrophobia: water or of rabies.
    • Hydrophobophobia, Kynophobia: rabies.
    • Hyelophobia, Hyalophobia, Nelophobia: glass.
    • Hygrophobia: liquids, dampness, or moisture.
    • Hylephobia: materialism or the epilepsy.
    • Hylophobia: forests.
    • Hypengyophobia, Hypegiaphobia: responsibility.
    • Hypnophobia: sleep or of being hypnotized.
    • Hypsiphobia: height.
    • Iatrophobia: going to the doctor or of doctors.
    • Ichthyophobia: fish.
    • Iconophobia: images or icons.
    • Ideophobia: ideas.
    • Illyngophobia: vertigo.
    • Iophobia: poison.
    • Isopterophobia: termites or other insects that eat wood.
    • Ithyphallophobia: seeing, thinking about or having an erect penis.
    • Japanophobia, Nipponophobia: the Japanese.
    • Judeophobia: Jews.
    • Katikomindicaphobia: the RNI (Resident Non-Indian).
    • Kenophobia: voids or empty spaces.
    • Keraunophobia: lightning.
    • Kinetophobia, Kinesophobia: movement or motion.
    • Koinoniphobia: rooms.
    • Kolpophobia: genitals, particularly female.
    • Kopophobia: fatigue.
    • Kosmikophobia: cosmic phenomena.
    • Kyphophobia: stooping.
    • Lachanophobia: vegetables.
    • Laliophobia, Lalophobia: speaking.
    • Leprophobia, Lepraphobia: leprosy.
    • Leukophobia: the colour white.
    • Levophobia: things to the left side of the body.
    • Ligyrophobia: loud noises.
    • Lilapsophobia: tornadoes and hurricanes.
    • Limnophobia: lakes.
    • Linonophobia: string.
    • Liticaphobia: lawsuits.
    • Lockiophobia, Maieusiophobia, Parturiphobia: childbirth.
    • Logophobia: words.
    • Luiphobia, Syphilophobia: syphilis.
    • Lutraphobia: otters.
    • Lyssophobia: rabies or of becoming insane.
    • Macroxenoglossophobia: long, strange words.
    • Macrophobia: long waits.
    • Mageirocophobia: cooking.
    • Malaxophobia, Sarmassophobia: love play.
    • Maniaphobia: going insane.
    • Mastigophobia, Poinephobia: punishment.
    • Mechanophobia: machines.
    • Medomalacuphobia: losing an erection.
    • Medorthophobia: an erect penis.
    • Megalophobia: large objects.
    • Melanophobia: the colour black.
    • Melophobia: fear or hatred of music.
    • Meningitophobia: brain disease.
    • Menophobia: menstruation.
    • Merinthophobia: being bound or tied up.
    • Metallophobia: metal.
    • Metathesiophobia: changes.
    • Meteorophobia: meteors.
    • Methyphobia, Potophobia: alcohol.
    • Metrophobia: fear or hatred of poetry.
    • Mikatikoindicaphobia: the NRIs (Non-Resident Indians).
    • Microphobia, Mycrophobia: small objects.
    • Misophobia, Molysmophobia, Molysomophobia, Mysophobia, Verminophobia: being contaminated with dirt or germs.
    • Mnemophobia: memories.
    • Monopathophobia: a specific disease.
    • Motorphobia: automobiles.
    • Mottephobia: moths.
    • Musophobia, Murophobia, Suriphobia: mice and/or rats.
    • Mycophobia: fear or aversion to mushrooms.
    • Myrmecophobia: ants.
    • Mythophobia: myths, stories or false statements.
    • Necrophobia: death or dead things.
    • Neopharmaphobia: new drugs.
    • Nephophobia: clouds.
    • Noctiphobia: the night.
    • Nomatophobia: names.
    • Nosocomephobia: hospitals.
    • Nosophobia, Nosemaphobia: becoming ill.
    • Nostophobia: returning home.
    • Novercaphobia: one's stepmother.
    • Nucleomituphobia: nuclear weapons.
    • Numerophobia: numbers.
    • Nyctohylophobia: dark, wooded areas.
    • Nyctophobia: the dark, of night or of nightfall.
    • Obesophobia, Pocrescophobia: gaining weight.
    • Ochophobia: vehicles.
    • Octophobia: the figure 8.
    • Odontophobia: teeth or dental surgery.
    • Oenophobia: wine.
    • Olfactophobia, Osmophobia, Osphresiophobia: smells.
    • Ombrophobia, Pluviophobia: rain or of being rained on.
    • Ommetaphobia, Ommatophobia: eyes.
    • Oneirophobia: dreams.
    • Oneirogmophobia: wet dreams.
    • Onomatophobia: hearing certain words or names.
    • Ophidiophobia: snakes.
    • Ophthalmophobia: being stared at.
    • Opiophobia: A medical doctor's prescribing pain medications for patients.
    • Optophobia: opening one's eyes.
    • Ornithophobia: birds.
    • Orthophobia: property.
    • Ostraconophobia: shellfish.
    • Ouranophobia, Uranophobia: heaven.
    • Pagophobia: ice or frost.
    • Panthophobia: suffering and disease.
    • Panophobia, Pantophobia: everything.
    • Papaphobia: the Pope.
    • Papyrophobia: paper.
    • Paralipophobia: neglecting duty or responsibility.
    • Paraphobia: sexual perversion.
    • Parasitophobia: parasites.
    • Paraskavedekatriaphobia: Friday the 13th.
    • Parthenophobia: virgins or young girls.
    • Pathophobia: disease.
    • Patroiophobia: heredity.
    • Pediculophobia, Phthiriophobia: lice.
    • Pediophobia: dolls.
    • Pediphobia, Pedophobia: children.
    • Peladophobia: bald people.
    • Pellagrophobia: pellagra.
    • Peniaphobia: poverty.
    • Pentheraphobia: one's mother-in-law.
    • Phagophobia: swallowing, eating or of being eaten.
    • Phalacrophobia: becoming bald.
    • Phallophobia: a penis, esp. erect.
    • Pharmacophobia: taking medicine.
    • Phasmophobia, Spectrophobia: ghosts.
    • Phengophobia: daylight or sunshine.
    • Philemaphobia, Philematophobia: kissing.
    • Philophobia: falling in love or being in love.
    • Philosophobia: philosophy.
    • Phobophobia: phobias.
    • Photoaugliaphobia: glaring lights.
    • Photophobia: light.
    • Phonophobia: noises, voices, one's own voice or of telephones.
    • Phronemophobia: thinking.
    • Phthisiophobia, Tuberculophobia: tuberculosis.
    • Placophobia: tombstones.
    • Plutophobia: wealth.
    • Pneumatiphobia: spirits.
    • Pnigophobia, Pnigerophobia: choking or being smothered.
    • Pogonophobia: beards.
    • Poliosophobia: contracting poliomyelitis.
    • Politicophobia: Fear or abnormal dislike of politicians.
    • Polyphobia: Having many phobias.
    • Ponophobia: overworking or of pain.
    • Porphyrophobia: the colour purple.
    • Potamophobia: rivers or running water.
    • Pharmacophobia: drugs.
    • Proctophobia, Rectophobia: the rectum or of rectal diseases.
    • Prosophobia: progress.
    • Psellismophobia: stuttering.
    • Psychophobia: the mind.
    • Pteronophobia: being tickled by feathers.
    • Pupaphobia: puppets.
    • Pyrophobia: fire.
    • Quadraphobia: quartets or of being drawn and quartered.
    • Radiophobia: radiation or X-rays.
    • Ranidaphobia: frogs.
    • Rhabdophobia: being severely punished or beaten with a rod, or of being severely criticized. Also magic.
    • Rhodophobia: the colour red.
    • Rhypophobia: defecation.
    • Rhytiphobia: getting wrinkles.
    • Rupophobia: dirt.
    • Russophobia: Russians.
    • Samhainophobia: Halloween.
    • Satanophobia, Orcusophobia: Satan.
    • Scabiophobia: scabies.
    • Scelerophibia: bad men, burglars.
    • Sciophobia, Sciaphobia: shadows.
    • Scoleciphobia, Vermiphobia: worms.
    • Scopophobia, Scoptophobia: being seen or stared at.
    • Scotomaphobia: blindness in visual field.
    • Scriptophobia: writing in public.
    • Selachophobia: sharks.
    • Selaphobia: light flashes.
    • Selenophobia: the moon.
    • Seplophobia: decaying matter.
    • Siderodromophobia: trains, railroads or train travel.
    • Siderophobia: stars.
    • Sinistrophobia: things to the left of oneself.
    • Sinophobia: the Chinese, Chinese culture, etc.
    • Soceraphobia: parents-in-law.
    • Social Phobia: being evaluated negatively in social situations.
    • Sociophobia: society or people in general.
    • Somniphobia: sleep.
    • Sophophobia: learning.
    • Soteriophobia: dependence on others.
    • Spacephobia: outer space.
    • Spectrophobia: mirrors.
    • Spermatophobia or Spermophobia: sperm.
    • Spheksophobia: wasps.
    • Staurophobia: crosses or crucifixes.
    • Stenophobia: narrow things or places.
    • Symbolophobia: symbolism.
    • Symmetrophobia: symmetry.
    • Syngenesophobia: relatives.
    • Syphiliphobia: syphilis.
    • Tachophobia: speed.
    • Taeniophobia, Teniophobia: tapeworms.
    • Taphephobia, Taphophobia: being buried alive or of cemeteries.
    • Tapinophobia: being contagious.
    • Taurophobia: bulls.
    • Technophobia: technology.
    • Teleophobia: definite plans or of religious ceremony.
    • Telephonophobia: telephones.
    • Teratophobia: bearing a deformed child, of monsters or of deformed people.
    • Teratrophobia: monsters.
    • Testophobia: taking tests.
    • Tetanophobia: tetanus, lockjaw.
    • Textophobia: certain fabrics.
    • Thalassophobia: the sea.
    • Thanatophobia, Thantophobia: death or dying.
    • Theatrophobia: theatres.
    • Theologicophobia: theology.
    • Theophobia: gods or religion.
    • Thermophobia: heat.
    • Tocophobia: pregnancy or childbirth.
    • Tomophobia: surgical operations.
    • Topophobia: certain places or situations, such as stage fright.
    • Toxiphobia, Toxophobia, Toxicophobia: poison or of being accidentally poisoned.
    • Traumatophobia: injury.
    • Tremophobia: trembling.
    • Trichinophobia: trichinosis.
    • Triskaidekaphobia: the number 13. Having a superstition.
    • Tropophobia: moving or making changes.
    • Trypanophobia: injections.
    • Tyrannophobia: tyrants.
    • Uranophobia: the heavens.
    • Urophobia: urine or urinating.
    • Vaccinophobia: vaccination.
    • Verbophobia: words.
    • Vestiphobia: clothing.
    • Virginitiphobia: rape.
    • Vitricophobia: one's stepfather.
    • Walloonphobia: the Walloons.
    • Wiccaphobia: witches and witchcraft.
    • Xanthophobia: the colour yellow or the word yellow.
    • Xenoglossophobia: foreign languages.
    • Xenophobia: strangers or foreigners.
    • Xerophobia: dryness.
    • Xylophobia: wooden objects or forests.
    • Xyrophobia: razors.
    • Ymophobia: contrariety.
    • Zelotypophobia: jealousy.
    • Zeusophobia: God.
    • Zoophobia: animals.