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definition of body image in the Medical dictionary body image the three dimensional concept of one s self, recorded in the cortex by perception of everchanging body postures, and constantly changing with them. false image that formed by the deviating eye in strabismus. Purkinje Sanson mirror images three reflected images of an object seen in observing the pupil of the eye: two on the posterior and anterior surfaces of the lens, one on the anterior surface of the cornea. motor image the organized cerebral model of the possible movements of the body. real image one formed where the emanating rays are collected, in which the object is pictured as being inverted. virtual image a picture from projected light rays that are intercepted before focusing. body imagen.1. The cerebral representation of all body sensation organized Moncler Coats Women Mid Length Double Hooded Plaid Coffee Blue in the parietal cortex. 2. The subjective concept of one s physical appearance based on self observation and reactions of others. Body imageA term that refers to a person s inner picture of his or her outward appearance. It has two components: perceptions of the appearance of one body, and emotional responses to those perceptions. Mentioned in: Body Dysmorphic Disorder body image body image The concept of one s body or self as presented to others. One s body image is a core aspect of selfhood, which incorporates personal attitudes and perceptions concerning one s appearance. body [bod trunk (def. 1). 1. the largest and most important part of Moncler Mokacine Long Down Coat Women Brown any organ. 2. any mass or collection of material. acetone b s ketone bodies. alkapton b s a class of substances with an affinity for alkali, found in the urine and causing the condition known as alkaptonuria. The compound commonly found, and most commonly referred to by the term, is homogentisic acid. amygdaloid body a small mass of subcortical gray matter within the tip of the temporal lobe, anterior to the inferior horn of the lateral ventricle of the brain. It is part of the limbic system. aortic b s small neurovascular structures on either side of the aorta in the region of the aortic arch, containing chemoreceptors that play a role in reflex regulation of respiration. asbestos b s golden yellow bodies of various shapes, formed by the deposition of calcium salts, iron salts, and proteins on a spicule of asbestos, found in the lungs, lung secretions, and feces of patients with asbestosis. Aschoff b s submiliary collections of cells and leukocytes in the interstitial tissues of the heart in the myocarditis that accompanies rheumatic fever; called also Aschoff s nodules. asteroid body an irregularly star shaped inclusion body found in the giant cells in sarcoidosis and other diseases. Bab body metachromatic granule. Barr body sex chromatin. basal body a modified centriole that Moncler Barbel occurs at the base of a flagellum or cilium. carotid b s small neurovascular structures lying in the bifurcation of the right and left carotid arteries, containing chemoreceptors that monitor the oxygen content of the blood and help to regulate respiration. ciliary body see ciliary body. Donovan b s encapsulated bacteria (Calymmatobacterium granulomatis) found in lesions of granuloma inguinale, visible when a Wright stained smear of infected tissue is viewed under a microscope.