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T cell - abbreviation for t lymphocyte, a type of white blood cell that is produced in the bone marrow and is part of the body's immune system.
T lymphocyte - a type of white blood cell that is produced in the bone marrow and is part of the body's immune system. Also called a t cell.
Tachycardia - an abnormally fast heartbeat, usually above 100 beats per minute.
Tamoxifen - a drug used by women to prevent breast cancer or its recurrence.
Tamsulosin - a drug used to treat symptoms of an enlarged prostate gland. It relieves constriction of the urethra and improves urine flow by relaxing the smooth muscle tissues in the capsule that surrounds the prostate. Unlike other drugs in this class, tamsulosin does not decrease blood pressure.
Tangles - also called neurofibrillary tangles—twisted strands of proteins that are found inside the dead or dying nerve cells of people with alzheimer's disease.
Tardive dyskinesia - involuntary writhing movements of the arms, legs, and tongue caused by high doses of antipsychotic drugs over long periods of time.
Tarsal coalition - an inherited condition in which two bones of the foot are fused together; can result in rigid flat feet.
Tartar - a hardened layer of plaque that builds up on teeth. Also called calculus.
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