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This dictionary aims to provide a one-stop source of information about all medical and scientific terms. It contains terms relating to biochemistry, cell biology, chemistry, molecular biology, physics, plant biology, radiobiology, science and technology. This dictionary includes acronyms, jargon, theory, conventions, standards, institutions, pro... View more
Searchable, but not browsable, Arabic<>English dictionary of terms used in oncology and radiology, and related fields. Published by the Arabization Center for Medical Science, part of the League of Arab States.
this glossary has been written for educational purposes only, it can not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or a disease. If you have or suspect you may have a health problem, you should consult your doctor. No responsibility can be accepted for information on any linked page, please read the provider's own disclaimer where appropr... View more
National Cancer Institute - US National Institutes of Health | http://www.cancer.gov/drugdictionar...
Technical definitions and synonyms for more than 500 agents used in the treatment of patients with cancer or cancer-related conditions.
You may use either generic names (e.g., doxorubicin) or U.S. brand names (e.g., Rubex). You may also search by IND Code, NSC code, and chemical structure name.
Search is possible with "Contains" or "Start... View more
There are over 800 defined and cross-referenced words, synonyms, abbreviations, acronyms, slang and symbols, making it the largest prostate cancer-specific glossary/dictionary on the Web, and possibly the world. There are pro-NUN-see-A-shun guides to most words. Some commonly misspelled words are also included, e.g., look up andrenergic and you wil... View more
This glossary explains in plain English medical terms that are used in Oncology. The website provides also information about different types of malignancy (their symptoms, treatment, and prevention) + useful internet links.
The Canadian Cancer Society's Glossary has been developed to help you understand cancer related words or phrases. The Glossary is available in English or French and each word or phrase can be printed.