(Greek: half)

1. Excision of the distal (remote) half of the stomach.
2. Surgical removal of one half of the stomach.
hemigeusia (hem" ee uh GYOO see uh); hemiageustia (hem" ee uh GYOOS tee uh)
Loss of taste from one side (half) of the tongue.
1. Surgery in which the tongue is divided lengthwise and one half is removed, usually because of cancer.
2. Resection of one side of the tongue.
1. The defective development of the mandibular (relating to the lower jaw) region on one side.
2. A developmental anomaly characterized by a partial or a complete lack of the lower jaw on one side.
Surgical removal of half or a lobe of the liver.
hemihidrosis, hemidrosis
Sweating confined to one side of the body.
hemihydrophyte, hemihydrophytes
Plants that grow part of the time in water and other times in non-aquatic soil.
hemihypalgesia (s) (noun) (no pl)
Hypalgesia affecting one side of the body: When reading in his book on medicine, James came across the term hemihypalgesia which meant a diminished or a weakened amount of sensitivity to pain involving only one side of a person's body.
hemihyperhidrosis, hemidiaphoresis, hyperhidrosis unilateralis
Excessive sweating on one side of the body.
Muscular or osseous hypertrophy of one side of the face or body.
The surgical removal of one or more of the membranous semicircular ear canals while leaving the ampullated ends and the saccule.
1. Removal of a portion of a vertebral lamina (flat sheet), usually performed for exploration of, access to, or decompression of the intraspinal (within the spinal cord).
2. The surgical removal of one side of the vertebral lamina.
Excision of one lateral (side) half of the larynx (voice box).
Surgical removal of one lateral half of the mandible.
Surgical excision of half or part of the maxilla (major bone of the upper jaw).