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CELI/O
ABDOMEN, BELLY
UVUL/O
UVULA
TONSILL/O
TONSIL
PALAT/O
PALATE
SUBMAXILL/O
LOWER JAW BONE (MANDIBLE)
SIALADEN/O
SALIVARY GLAND
CEC/O
CECUM
PERITONE/O
PERITONEUM
BILIRUBIN/O
BILIRUBIN
BIL/I
BILE OR GALL
GLYCOGEN/O
ANIMAL STARCH, GLYCOGEN
GLUC/O, GLYC/O
SUGAR, GLUCOSE, SWEETNESS
SPLEN/O
SPLEEN
AMYL/O
SPHINCTER
-IASIS
ABNORMAL
-ASE
CONDITION
-GLOBULIN, -GLOBIN
PROTEIN
-PEPSIA
DIGESTION
-OREXIA
APPETITE
DIVERTICUL/O
DIVERTICULUM
-PTYSIS
SPITTING
-STASIS
STOPPING
IVC
INTRAVENOUS CHOLANGIOGRAPHY
ALP
ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE
npo
NOTHING BY MOUTH
SBFT
SMALL BOWEL FOLLOW THROUGH
UGI
UPPER GASTRONINTESTINAL
TPN
TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION
OCG
ORAL CHOLECYSTOGRAM
abd
ABDOMEN
OR/O
STOMAT/O
MOUTH
DENT/O
ODONT/O
TEETH
BUCC/O
CHEEK
GLOSS/O
LINGU/O
TONGUE
CHEIL/O
LABI/O
LIP
SIAL/O
SALIVA OR SALIVARY GLAND
PYLOR/O
PYLORUS
GINGIV/O
GUM
JEJUN/O
JEJUNUM (2ND PART OF SMALL INTESTINE)
PHARYNG/O
PHARYNX (THROAT)
ENTER/O
INTESTINE
DUODEN/O
DUODENUM (1ST PART OF SMALL INTESTINE)
ILE/O
ILEUM (3RD PART OF SMALL INTESTINE)
PROCT/O
ANUS, RECTUM
COL/O
COLON/O
COLON
SIGMOID/O
SIGMOID COLON
APPEND/O
APPENDIC/O
APPENDIX
ESOPHAG/O
ESOPHAGUS
CHOLANGI/O
BILE VESSEL
CHOLEDOCH/O
BILE DUCT
CHOL/E
BILE, GALL
CHOLECYST/O
GALLBLADDER
-PHAGIA
SWALLOWING, EATING
-PRANDIAL
MEAL
ASCITES
ACCUMULATION OF FLUID IN THE ABDOMEN (OR OTHER ORGAN)
BORBORYGMUS
RUMBLING OR GURGLING NOISES FROM INTESTINE
CACHEXIA
GENERAL LACK OF NUTRITION OR WASTING
CHOLELITHIASIS
PRESENCE OF GALLSTONES IN GALLBLADDER OR COMMON BILE DUCT
CROHN DISEASE (REGIONAL ENTERITIS)
CHRONIC INFLAMMATION, USUALLY OF THE ILEUM
CIRRHOSIS
CHRONIC, IRREVERSIBLE, DEGENERATIVE DISEASE OF THE LIVER
COLIC
SPASM IN A HOLLOW OR TUBULAR SOFT ORGAN (ESP IN COLON)
DEGLUTITION
ACT OF SWALLOWING
DYSENTERY
INFLAMMATION OF THE INTESTINE CAUSED BY INGESTING BACTERIA, PARASITES, CHEMICAL IRRITANTS - RESULTS IN BLOODY DIARRHEA
DYSPEPSIA
INDIGESTION
DYSPHAGIA
DIFFICULTY OR INABILITY TO SWALLOW
ERUCTATION
PRODUCING GAS FROM THE STOMACH (BELCHING)
FECALITH
FECAL CONCRETION
FLATUS
GAS IN THE GI TRACT (FARTING)
GERD (GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE)
BACKFLOW OF GASTRIC CONTENTS INTO THE ESOPHAGUS
HEMATEMISIS
VOMITING OF BLOOD
OBSTIPATION
SEVERE CONSTIPATION
MALABSORPTION SYNDROME
IMPAIRED XFER OF NUTRIENTS, MINERALS, OR FLUIDS FROM VILLI IN SM INT TO BLOOD OR LYMPH
ORAL LEUKOPLAKIA
WHITE SPOTS/PATCHES IN MOUTH
MELENA
PASSAGE OF DARK-COLORED, TARRY STOOLS
PERISTALSIS
PROGRESSIVE, WAVELIKE MOVEMENT
PYLORIC STENOSIS
STRICTURE OR NARROWING OF THE PYLORIC ORIFICE
REGURGITATION
BACKWARD FLOWING
STEATORRHEA
PASSAGE OF LARGE AMOUNTS OF FAT IN THE STOOLS
HEPATITS PANEL
PANEL OF BLOOD TESTS THAT IDENTIFY THE SPECIFIC VIRUS CAUSING HEPATITIS
LIVER FUNCTION TESTS (LFTs)
TESTS THAT MEASURE LEVELS OF CERTAIN ENZYMES, BILIRUBIN, AND VARIOUS PROTEINS
SERUM BILIRUBIN
MEASUREMENT OF THE LEVEL OF BILIRUBIN IN BLOOD
STOOL CULTURE
MICROORGANISMS IN FECES ARE GROWN ON MEDIA TO IDENTIFY SPECIFIC PATHOGENS
STOOL GUAIAC
SUBSTANCE ADDED TO A STOOL SAMPLE TO DETECT MINUTE TRACES OF BLOOD
CHOLECYSTOGRAPHY
RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGE TAKEN OF GALLBLADDER (IODINE TABLET IS CONTRAST MATERIAL)
SIALOGRAPHY
RADIOLOGIC EXAM OF THE SALIVARY GLANDS AND DUCTS
ENDOSCOPIC RETOGRADE CHOLANGIOPANCREATOGRAPHY (ERCP)
ENDOSCOPIC PROCEDURE THAT PROVIDES RADIOGRAPHIC VISUALIZATION OF THE BILE AND PANCREATIC DUCTS
PERCUTANEOUS TRANSHEPATIC CHOLANGIOGRAPHY
RADIOGRAPHIC EXAM OF THE BILE DUCTS (CONTRAST MEDIUM INJECTED INTO THE HEPATIC DUCT)
ANASTOMOSIS
SURGICAL JOINING OF 2 DUCTS, VESSELS, BOWEL SEGMENTS (ANY TUBULAR STRUCTURES)
INTESTINAL ANASTOMOSIS
CONNECTION OF 2PCS OF INTESTINE (ALSO CALLED ENTEROENTEROSTOMY)
COLOSTOMY
CREATION OF AN OPENING OF THE COLON THROUGH THE ABDOMINAL WALL TO A COLOSTOMY BAG
LITHOTRIPSY
PROCEDURE FOR ELIMINATING A STONE BY EITHER SURGICALLY CRUSHING IT OR USING SOUND WAVES TO SHATTER IT (NON-INVASIVE METHOD CALLED EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCKWAVE)
PYLOROMYOTOMY
INCISION OF THE MUSCLES OF THE PYLORUS, USED TO TREAT HYPERTROPHIC PYLORIC STENOSIS
ALT AND AST
LIVER TESTS (FORMERLY CALLED SGPT AND SGOT)
Ba
BARIUM
BaE
BARIUM ENEMA
R/O
RULE OUT
PUD
PEPTIC ULCER DISEASE
NG
NASOGASTRIC
HAV, HBV, HCV, HDV, HEV
HEPATITS VIRUS'S A,B,C,D,E
BM
BOWEL MOVEMENT
GI
GASTROINTESTINAL
ac
BEFORE MEALS
bid
TWICE A DAY
pc,pp
AFTER MEALS (POSTPRANDIAL)
po
BY MOUTH
prn
AS REQUIRED
qam, qm
EVERY MORNING
qh
EVERY HOUR (OR FOR EX: q3h WOULD BE EVERY 3 HOURS)
qid
4 TIMES A DAY
qpm, qn
EVERY NIGHT
tid
THREE TIMES A DAY