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Gilbert's disease - pronounced Gill-Bears

Posted By: NM on 2009-03-04
In Reply to: Gilber'ts disease??? - justme

Subject: Gilbert's disease - pronounced Gill-Bears

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Gilbert's (pronounced jeel-bears) syndrome? nm
Subject: Gilbert's (pronounced jeel-bears) syndrome? nm


Gilbert's disease - pronounced jouber's nm
Subject: Gilbert's disease - pronounced jouber's nm

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Gilbert is pronounced gil-bearz. sm
Subject: Gilbert is pronounced gil-bearz. sm


GILBERT'S SYNDROME - a patient's guide





Gilbert's syndrome is a common condition which may cause mild jaundice. This article outlines its benign nature and how it is diagnosed...
www.medic8.com/healthguide/articles/gilbertsyn.html - Similar pages


Gilbert's syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia





Wikipedia article details what it is, causes, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, synonyms, and related conditions.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilbert's_syndrome - 45k - Cached - Similar pages

Do you hear Gilbert's disease?
Subject: Do you hear Gilbert's disease?

A little more information would help!!
some more info on Gilbert's disease
Subject: some more info on Gilbert's disease

Main Entry: Gil·bert's disease
Pronunciation: zhemacronl-primarystressberz-
Function: noun
: a metabolic disorder probably inherited as an autosomal dominant with variable penetrance and characterized by elevated levels of mostly unconjugated serum bilirubin caused especially by defective uptake of bilirubin by the liver
Gil·bert /zhemacronl-ber/ , Augustin-Nicholas (1858-1927), French physician. Gilbert is remembered for being one of the foremost clinicians of his time. He was professor of therapeutics at the Faculty of Medicine in Paris, and from 1910 he served as professor of clinical medicine at the Hôtel-Dieu. He carried out work in the chemical activity of the stomach and in the pathology of the liver. With a colleague he identified a form of alcoholic cirrhosis. He is also remembered for his description of hereditary cholemia and his contributions to knowledge of lithiasis in the biliary region. Among his published articles was one, in 1900, in which he described a type of hereditary jaundice now known as Gilbert's disease.
Might be Gilbert or Gilbert's, sometimes heard as 'Jhill-bear'. nm
Subject: Might be Gilbert or Gilbert's, sometimes heard as 'Jhill-bear'. nm

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It bears repeating to remember to
Subject: It bears repeating to remember to

try www.onelook.com. If you had entered b*ovum, you would have found your answer.
Word help s/l clyde vox disease or clydevox disease or klinvox disease???? TIA.
Subject: Word help s/l clyde vox disease or clydevox disease or klinvox disease???? TIA.


Thank to you all, it is Gilbert's!! nm
Subject: Thank to you all, it is Gilbert's!! nm

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Gilbert's it is! Thank you!!
Subject: Gilbert's it is! Thank you!!

You have no idea how long I have searched for that. You're my hero.
Gilbert's
Subject: Gilbert's

Guillain-Barrre'
Gilbert's
Subject: Gilbert's

is pronounced kinda like that, without the hard T sound at the end.
May be Gilbert's Syndrome?
Subject: May be Gilbert's Syndrome?

Gilbert's syndrome (pr. Zhil-bear), often shortened to the acronym GS, is the most common hereditary cause of increased bilirubin, and is found in up to 5% of the population. The main symptom is otherwise harmless jaundice which does not require treatment, caused by elevated levels of unconjugated bilirubin in the bloodstream (hyperbilirubinemia).

The source of this hyperbilirubinemia is reduced activity of the enzyme (glucuronyl transferase) which conjugates bilirubin and some other lipophilic molecules. Conjugation renders the bilirubin water-soluble and suitable for excretion via the kidneys.

Gilbert's syndrome was first described by French gastroenterologist Augustin Nicolas Gilbert and co-workers in 1901.[1]


I was thinking Gilbert's too..nm
Subject: I was thinking Gilbert's too..nm


Gilbert's. (french)
Subject: Gilbert's. (french)

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Gilbert's syndrome
Subject: Gilbert's syndrome

could be Gilbert's syndrome
Gilbert's maybe? (French s/l Jil-bear)
Subject: Gilbert's maybe? (French s/l Jil-bear)

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can you hear Gilbert's syndrome? It's French so
Subject: can you hear Gilbert's syndrome? It's French so

s/l Jill-bear.
Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. These are named after..
Subject: Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. These are named after..

Alzheimer's disease

Also known as:
Alzheimer's dementia
Alzheimer's sclerosis
Alzheimer's syndrome
Alzheimer-Perusini disease (misnomer)
Dementia of the Alzheimer type
Senile dementia of the Alzheimer type

Synonyms:
Presenile dementia, senile dementia.

Associated persons:
Alois Alzheimer

James Parkinson

English physician and paleontologist, born April 11, 1755, Hoxton Square, Shoreditch, London; died 1824, London.

Associated eponyms:
Parkinson's crisis
Exaggeration of the characteristics of parkinsonism associated with acute anxiety.

Parkinson's disease
A degenerative disorder of the nervous system characterized by masklike facies, a fine, slowly spreading tremor, cogwheel rigidity, bradykinesia, and postural instability with a peculiar gait.

Parkinson's facies
The immobile, expressionless, masklike facial characteristic of parkinsonism.
probable osteoarthritic disease? osteoporotic disease? nm
Subject: probable osteoarthritic disease? osteoporotic disease? nm


Skin Disease S/L En Saint Reole Disease
Subject: Skin Disease S/L En Saint Reole Disease

Pt has has pink raised ciruclar lesions on trunk and distal extremities. 


Dx is S/L En Saint Reole disease.  Any body know what the heck this is?


Thanks!


and..pronounced "E-cog"
Subject: and..pronounced "E-cog"


pronounced La-near
Subject: pronounced La-near


Rx pronounced rix?
Subject: Rx pronounced rix?

In my case, I think the doctor says, "she has a Rx here for . . ."  I was going to post a question about Ricker.  Then I saw you post, which gave me the idea.  Could you doctor me saying, "Rx for injection. . ."? (Assuming Rx is pronounced like rix.)


s/l skionbarres disease or gyonbarres disease
Subject: s/l skionbarres disease or gyonbarres disease

Doctor says:  She was diagnosed with this disease 1 year ago.  She was wheelchair bound until June. 


 


 


Thank you for any help!


that is the way tinnatus is pronounced sm
Subject: that is the way tinnatus is pronounced sm

although some say Tin-EYE-tis. 
I don't think so, the "s" sound is very pronounced.
Subject: I don't think so, the "s" sound is very pronounced.


I have always wondered why some of them pronounced cm that way....nm
Subject: I have always wondered why some of them pronounced cm that way....nm


It is pronounced with a "z" sound.
Subject: It is pronounced with a "z" sound.


He probably pronounced it wrong
Subject: He probably pronounced it wrong

Of course he won't admit to it. Thank you for all your help.
I believe it is Yokosuka? Pronounced
Subject: I believe it is Yokosuka? Pronounced

yokushka. check it out.
Probably just pronounced wrong. They do that
Subject: Probably just pronounced wrong. They do that

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...and no overall change...??? Is the 'z' sound very pronounced? nm
Subject: ...and no overall change...??? Is the 'z' sound very pronounced? nm

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I'm with you, thinking it's being pronounced con-droy-uh-tin. nm
Subject: I'm with you, thinking it's being pronounced con-droy-uh-tin. nm

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listen for Xopenex (pronounced with a Z). nm
Subject: listen for Xopenex (pronounced with a Z). nm

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Yes, that's it! Thank you. The doctor pronounced it incorrectly.
Subject: Yes, that's it! Thank you. The doctor pronounced it incorrectly.


That's what I thought too, but it is so clearly pronounced as "depential".
Subject: That's what I thought too, but it is so clearly pronounced as "depential".


No, it is actually rather pronounced as 'oh fass'..n/m
Subject: No, it is actually rather pronounced as 'oh fass'..n/m

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kind of a stretch, but if your s/l is pronounced
Subject: kind of a stretch, but if your s/l is pronounced

"boll-eye" - doc could be saying "doll's eye" - that's actually considered a "sign" and not phenomenon, but sometimes docs interchange those things - again, just a wild guess.
could it be absence seizures? pronounced "obsons". nm
Subject: could it be absence seizures? pronounced "obsons". nm


Axes- plural of axis- pronounced
Subject: Axes- plural of axis- pronounced

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Dupuytren canal (pronounced doopwetron) nm
Subject: Dupuytren canal (pronounced doopwetron) nm

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How about "petechial lesion?" (pronounced pe-tee-kial). nm
Subject: How about "petechial lesion?" (pronounced pe-tee-kial). nm

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absence seizure is pronounced ab-sonz? sm
Subject: absence seizure is pronounced ab-sonz? sm

absence seizure



a seizure characterized by impaired awareness of interaction with, or memory of, ongoing events external or internal to the person; may comprise the following elements: mental confusion, diminished awareness of environment, inability to respond to internal or external stimuli, and amnesia. (The term absence was first used by Louis-Florentin Calmeil (1798–1895) to introduce the concept of epileptic absence for the brief loss of consciousness or confusion seen in epileptic patients.)


 


That's it! I checked every vowel spelling but Sy..he pronounced it like So or Su! Thank you both
Subject: That's it! I checked every vowel spelling but Sy..he pronounced it like So or Su! Thank you both!

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absence seizures (pronounced ab' sens)
Subject: absence seizures (pronounced ab' sens)

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absent seizures are pronounced awb-saunt, so that probably is what he is saying....sm
Subject: absent seizures are pronounced awb-saunt, so that probably is what he is saying....sm

And they are absent, not absence. But like I said, it's not pronounced like if you were saying the student was absent from school. It would be pronounced just like what you are hearing.


DG


LISI procedure. pronounced "leesee" nm.
Subject: LISI procedure. pronounced "leesee" nm.

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HE probably is unaware of how it's correctly written/pronounced. I'd
Subject: HE probably is unaware of how it's correctly written/pronounced. I'd

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The answer is arc (pronounced ark), not arch. Hope you see this. nm
Subject: The answer is arc (pronounced ark), not arch. Hope you see this. nm

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I would say Escherichia coli, it's often pronounced wrong.nm
Subject: I would say Escherichia coli, it's often pronounced wrong.nm

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