WORK-UP

with regard to healthcare, an entire patient assessment, that might be inclusive of diagnostic processes, radiologic series, lab evaluations, and medical history.

WEIGHT REGULATION

a process, overseen by a complex range of neural devices and structures, wherein the brain seeks an ideal equilibrium between food ingestion and energy...

WHITE-COLLAR CRIME

criminal acts engaged in by individuals of high propriety and social position during the course of their employment.

WATERSHED ZONE

a zone which resides between the vascular distribution regions of two arteries. Even though the cerebral cortex is sufficiently supplied by arteries with...

WILL DISTURBANCE

an insufficiency or absence of motivation identified by Eugen Bleuler, a Swiss psychiatrist, as a fundamental indicator of schizophrenia. The individual might seem apathetic...

WITHIN-DIMENSION ATTITUDE CONSISTENCY

the degree to which particles of outlook-pertaining knowledge correlated to a sole underlying dimension are evaluative aligned with each other.

WERNICKE’S SYNDROME

A brain disorder caused by a deficiency of vitamins, particularly thiamine and niacin; first described in 1881 by the German neurologist Carl Wernicke (1848-1905).The...

WAGE COMPRESSION

the propensity for the space in salaries between permanent workers and the newly hired to thin as the rate of development of the senior...

WERNER'S SYNDROME

developed by a German doctor by the name of Carl Otto Werner.

WANDERLUST

noun. a propensity or drive to wander or roam with not intended destination or purpose.

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