Is eld a Scrabble?

Yes, eld is a valid Scrabble word. More definitions: (a.) Old.

What words have ECT in them?

Words That Contain ECT
  • eject.
  • elect.
  • erect.
  • recta.
  • recti.
  • recto.
  • sects.
  • tecta.

What are 5 letter words ending in GE?

5-Letter Words Ending In GE
  • BADGE.
  • FUDGE.
  • HINGE.
  • MIDGE.
  • NUDGE.
  • RIDGE.
  • STAGE.
  • WEDGE.

Is UGE a word?

UGE is not a valid scrabble word.

What 5 letter word ends with it?

Some of the most commonly used 5-letter words ending in ‘it’ are orbit, petit, fruit, rebit, habit, admit, remit, etc.

What is a 5 letter word starting with I?

5-letter words starting with I

How many 5 letter words are there?

The Free Dictionary lists more than 158,000 words with five letters. The the Official Scrabble Dictionary (which allows some pretty obscure five-letter words), puts the number at about 9,000.

Is ECT a Scrabble word?

ECT is not a valid scrabble word.

What is ECT in medical terms?

A treatment for severe depression and certain mental disorders. A brief seizure is induced by giving electrical stimulation to the brain through electrodes placed on the scalp. Also called electroconvulsive therapy and electroshock therapy.

Is etc a Scrabble word?

ETC is not a valid scrabble word.

Is ECT shock therapy?

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a procedure, done under general anesthesia, in which small electric currents are passed through the brain, intentionally triggering a brief seizure. ECT seems to cause changes in brain chemistry that can quickly reverse symptoms of certain mental health conditions.

How many ECT treatments is too many?

People undergoing ECT need multiple treatments. The number needed to successfully treat severe depression can range from 4 to 20, but most people need a total of 6 to 12 treatments. The treatments are usually given three times a week — Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Can ECT cause brain damage?

The review of literature and present evidence suggests that ECT has a demonstrable impact on the structure and function of the brain. However, there is a lack of evidence at present to suggest that ECT causes brain damage.