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intrinsic

 [in-trin´sik]
situated entirely within, or pertaining exclusively to, a part.

in·trin·sic

(in-trin'sik),
1. Pertaining to the essence or nature of a thing; inherent.
2. anatomy denoting those muscles with an origin and insertion that are both within the structure under consideration, distinguished from the extrinsic muscles that have their origin outside the structure under consideration; applied especially to the limbs but also to the ciliary muscle as distinguished from the recti and other orbital muscles, which are outside the eyeball.
Synonym(s): essential (6)
[L. intrinsecus, on the inside]

intrinsic

/in·trin·sic/ (in-trin´sik) situated entirely within or pertaining exclusively to a part.

intrinsic

(ĭn-trĭn′zĭk, -sĭk)
adj.
Anatomy Situated within or belonging solely to the organ or body part on which it acts. Used of certain nerves and muscles.

in·trin′si·cal·ly adv.

intrinsic

[intrin′sik]
Etymology: L, intrinsecus, inside
1 denoting a natural or inherent part or quality.
2 originating from or situated within an organ or tissue.

intrinsic

adjective Within or referring to an internal origin Cardiac pacing Inherent; belonging to or originating from the heart itself–eg, an intrinsic or natural heart beat

in·trin·sic

(in-trin'zik)
1. Belonging entirely to a part.
2. anatomy Denoting those muscles the origin and insertion of which are both within the structure under consideration, distinguished from the extrinsic muscles, which have their origin outside of the structure under consideration; applied especially to the limbs but also to the ciliary muscle as distinguished from the recti and other orbital muscles which are outside the eyeball.
Synonym(s): essential (6).
[L. intrinsecus, on the inside]

intrinsic

Belonging to or situated within, the body or part of the body.

intrinsic

belonging to the essential nature of the object in question.

in·trin·sic

(in-trin'zik)
1. Pertaining to the essence or nature of a thing; inherent.
2. anatomy denoting those muscles with an origin and insertion that are both within structure under consideration.
Synonym(s): essential (6).
[L. intrinsecus, on the inside]

intrinsic (intrin´zik),

adj naturally occurring within; inherent; essential.

intrinsic

situated entirely within, or pertaining exclusively to, a part.

intrinsic factor
see intrinsic factor.
intrinsic host determinants
characteristics peculiar to the host that affect the spread and occurrence of a disease.
intrinsic nerve
some evidence exists for the presence of autonomous nerves, without connection to the CNS, in the adventitia of small arteries and arterioles.
intrinsic pathway, intrinsic system
see coagulation pathways.
intrinsic protein
see membrane proteins.

Patient discussion about intrinsic

Q. I have a constant pain in the inside part of my arm. What can it be? In the last few weeks I have noticed that I have a right arm pain. The strange thing is that the pain is in a specific point in the inside part of the arm, very near to the elbow. I thnk the pain started for the first time during a baseball game but I am not sure. I work in a factory and as I sad before I use my right arm for baseball, and this pain hinders me. What can it be?

A. I myself play a lot as a pitcher, and i have the same pain. It is more painful when the forearm is flexed towards the body.
I went to my GP about it because it drove me nuts, and he said that I need to take anti-inflammatory drugs, and if it will not work he will inject me something.
he prescribed me a great medication and I didn't need the injection.

Q. l have a pain in the head,l can feel sometime inside.

A. sounds like you have a brain,lol, go see a doctor

Q. Blood in stools before and after polyp removel, Avms of the deodenel loop, inside hems, and 3cin tubuo adenoma Hi, On Nov of 06 I had a colonoscopy done and they didnt find any thing that could be mking me bleed and go to the rest room often. Then in Nov of 07 did a EDg and found I have AVMs of the deodenel loop.She Burned them and I didnt have any more bleeding till June of thei yr.On 6/6/08 i had another EDg done she burned more AVMs and on Mon I started bleeding again. This time she did a colonoscopy and found I had inside hems and a 3cin tubuolvillous adenoma inflamed.She cut, burned, and took it out in peices.She saye she will go back in Nov of this yr and look again. Two weeks after I had this done I had started to bleed again and had bad such bad pain in my hip I had to hold on to walk. that same day i started to bleed again. I bled out big clots and a bowl full of blood! A few days later the pain went away but was still bleeding ever time I had bowl movement!I can bleed up to 4 days at a times sometimes. I have been taking HC supp. and it seems to have stoped the bleeding and pain!

A. It is normal that after a polyp removal you will continue bleeding some more. However, if you feel like there is a lot of bleeding, and/or you are not feeling well, you should see a doctor as soon as possible to stop the bleeding or look for the source of bleeding.

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