Removal of body tissue.
Special needle that can transport heat into tissue.
Destruction of tissue using an electric current (heat) or cold.
Collection of pus in a sealed cavity inside the body.
Upper part of the acetabulum (hip joint socket).
Hip joint socket.
Narrowing of the oesophagus.
Technique from traditional Chinese medicine that involves inserting needles along the meridians.
Hormone that is produced when a person is stressed, afraid, performing extremely strenuous physical activities, or during a ‘fight-or-flight’ response.
Mixture of gas and fine liquid particles.