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AN/O
ANUS
BIL/I
BILE
BILIRUBIN/O
BILE PIGMENT
CEC/O
CECUM
CELI/O
ABDOMEN
CHOL/E
GALL/BILE
CHOLANGIO/O
BILE DUCT
CHOLECYST/O
GALLBLADDER
CHOLEDOCH/O
COMMON BILE DUCT
COL/O
COLON
DENT/I
TOOTH
ENTER/O
SMALL INTESTINE
GASTR/O
STOMACH
GINGIV/O
GUM
GLOSS/O
TONGUE
HEPAT/O
LIVER
HERNI/O
HERNIA
ILE/O
ILEUM
JEJUN/O
JEJUNUM
LAPAR/O
ABDOMEN
LINGU/O
TONGUE
OR/O
MOUTH
PALAT/O
PALATE
PERITONE/O
PERITONEUM
POLYP/O
POLYP
PROCT/O
RECTUM
PYLOR/O
PYLORUS
RECT/O
RECTUM
SIAL/O
SALIVA
SIGMOID/O
SIGMOID COLON
STOMAT/O
MOUTH
UVUL/O
UVULA
CELE
HERNIA
CHEZIA
DEFECATION
PHAGIA
EATING
ANASTOMOSIS
SURGICAL CONNECITON OF TWO TUBULAR STRUCTURES, SUCH AS TWO PIECES OF THE INTESTINE
BILIARY
REFERS TO THE GALLBLADDER, BILD OR BILE DUCT
CHOLANGIOGRAPHY
RADIOGRAPHIC RECORDING OF THE BILE DUCTS
CHOLECYSTECTOMY
SURGICAL REMOVAL OF THE GALLBLADDER
CHOLECYSTOENTEROSTOMY
CREATION OF A CONNECTION BETWEEN THE GALLBLADDER AND INTESTINE
COLONOSCOPY
FIBERSCOPIC EXAMINATION OF THE ENIRE COLON THAT MAY INCLUDE PART OF THE TERMINAL ILEUM
COLOSTOMY
ARTIFICIAL OPENING BETWEEN THE COLON AND THE ABDOMNINAL WALL
DEVERTICULUM
PROTRUSION IN THE WALL OF AN ORGAN
DYSPHAGIA
DIFFICULTY SWALLOWING
ENTEROLYSIS
RELEASING OF ADHESIONS OF THE INTESTING
EVENTRATION
PROTRUSION OF THE BOWEL THROUGH AN OPENING IN THE ABDOMEN
EVISCERATION
PULLING THE VISCERA OUTSIDE OF THE BODY THROUGH AN INCISION
EXSTROPHY
CONDITION IN WHICH AN ORGAN IS TURNED INSIDE OUT
FULGURATION
USE OF ELECTRIC CURRENT TO DESTORY TISSUE
GASTROINTESTINAL
PERTAINING TO THE STOMACH AND INTESTING
GASTROPLASTY
OPERATION ONTHE STOMACH FOR REPAIR OR RECONFIGURATION
GASTROSTOMY
ARTIFICIAL OPENING BETWEEN THE STOMACH AND THE ABDOMINAL WALL
HERNIA
ORGAN OR TISSUE PROTUDING THROUGH THE WALL OR CAVITY THAT USUALLY CONTAINS IT
IIEOSTOMY
ARTIFICIAL OPENING BETWEEN THE ILEUM AND THE ABDOMINAL WALL
IMBRICATION
OVERLAPPING
INCARCERATED
REGARDING HERNIAS, A CONSTRICTED, IRREDUCIBLE HERNIA THAT MAY CAUSE OBSTRUCTION OF AN INTESTINE
INTUSSUSCEPTION
SLIPPING OF ONE PART OF THE INTESTINE INTO ANOTHER PART
JEJUNOSTOMY
ARTIFICIAL OPENING BETWEEN THE JEJUNUM AND THE ABDOMINAL WALL
LAPAROSCOPY
EXPLORATION OF THE ABDOMEN AND PELVIC CAVITIES USING A SCOPE PLACED THORUGH A SMALL INCISION IN THE ABDOMINAL WALL
LITHOTOMY
INCISION INTO AN ORGAN OR A DUCT FOR THE PURPOSE OR REMOVING A STONE
LITHOTRIPSY
CRUSHING OF A STONE BY SOUND WAVE OR FORCE
PARAESOPHAGEAL HITAUS HERNIA
HERNIA THAT IS NEAR THE ESOPHAGUS
PROCTOSIGMOIDOSCOPY
FIBERSCOPIC EXAMINATION OF THE SIGMOID COLON AND RECTUM
SIALOLITHOTOMY
SURGICAL REMOVAL OF A STONE OF THE SALIVARY GLAND OR DUCT
VARICES
VARICOSE VEINS
VOLVULUS
TWISTED SECTION OF THE INTESTINE
THE ROOF OF THE MOUTH CONSISTS OF THE
HARD PALATE
SOFT PALATE
UVULA
THE FLOOR OF THE MOUTH CONSISTS OF THE
TONGUE
MUSCLES
TASTE BUDS
LINGUAL FRENULUM(WHICH ANCHORS THE TONGUE TO THE FLOOR OF THE MOUTH)
THE PARTS OF A TOOTH ARE
1. CROWN (OUTER PORTION)
2. NECK (NARROW PART BELOW THE GUM LINE)
3. ROOT (END SECTION)
4. PULP CAVITY (CORE)
THE NAMES OF OUR TEETH ARE
1. INCISOR
2. CUSPID
3. BICUSPID
4. TRICUSPID
HOW MANY PERMANENT TEETH SHOULD YOU HAVE
32
WHAT COVERS THE LARYNX WHEN SWALLOWING
THE EPIGLOTTIS
MUSCULAR TUBE THAT CARRIES FOOD TO THE STOMACH BY MEANS OF PERISTALSIS
ESOPHAGUS
WHAT ARE THE RING OF MUSCLES AT THE ENTRY INTO THE STOMACH, GASTROESOPHAGEAL OR CARDIAC
SPHINCTER
WHAT ARE THE 3 PARTS OF THE STOMACH
1. FUNDUS (UPPER PART)
2. BODY (MIDDLE PART)
3. ANTRUM/PYLORUS (LOWER PART)
WHAT SPHINCTER OPENS TO ALLOW FOOD TO LEAVE THE STOMACH AND ENTER THE SMALL INTESTINE
PYLORIC PHYINCTER
WHAT ARE THE THREE PARTS OF THE SMALL INTESTINE
1. DUODENUM
2. JEJUNUM
3. ILEUM
WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF THE LARGE INTESTINE
1. CECUM (FROM WHICH THE APPENDIX EXTENDS, CONNECTS THE ILIEU AND COLON
2. COLON, DIVIDED INTO ASCENDING, TRANSVERSE, DECENDING, AND SIGMOID COLON. THE SIGMOID COLON CONNECTS TO THE RECTUM THAT TERMINATES AT THE ANUS
WHAT LINES THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY AND MAINTAINS ORGANS IN THE CORRECT ANATOMIC PLACE
SEROUS MEMBRANE
WHAT IS ANOTHER NAME FOR THE THROAT
PHARYNX
THE PROJECTION AT THE BACK OF THE THROAT IS THE
UVULA
MUCOSAL MEMBRANE THAT LINES THE STOMACH IS THE
RUGAE
IS THE MEDIASTINUM AND DIAPHRAGM AN ORGAN SYSTEM
NO
THE MEDIASTINUM IS DIVIDED INTO 4 PARTS
SUPERIOR
ANTERIOR
POSTERIOR
MIDDLE
ANOTHER WORD FOR PARTITION IS
MEDIAN
WHAT SHAPE IS THE DIAPHRAGM
DOME SHAPED
DURING INSPIRATION THE DIAPHRAGM
FLATTENS OUT
WHAT SEPARTATES THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY FROM THE THORACIC CAVITY
DIAPHRAGM
WHAT IS ANOTHER NAME FOR A DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA
ESOPHAGEAL HERNIA
WHAT IS THE AREA BETWEEN THE LUNGS
MEDIASTINUM
THIS IS NOT PART OF THE SMALL INTESTINE
1. ILEUM
2. CECUM
3. DUODENUM
4. JEJUNUM
CECUM
TEAM MEANING A RING OF MUSCLES
SPHINCTER
THE THROAT IS ALSO KNOWN AS THE
PHARYNX
THE THREE PARTS OF THE STOMACH ARE
FUNDUS, BODY AND ANTRUM
COMBINING FORM MEANING ABDOMEN
CELI/O
TERM THAT MEANS TYING TOGETHER OF TWO END OF A TUBE
ANASTOMOSIS
ABBREVIATION THAT MEANS A SCOPE PLACED THROUGH THE ESOPHAGUS INTO THE STOMACH AND TO THE DUODENUM
EGD
THIS TYPE OF HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA IS HALLMARKED BY EXCESS BILE FLOW INTO THE BLOOD
POSTHEPATIC
THIS TYPE OF HETATITIS IS TRANSMITTED BY THE ORAL-FECAL ROUTE
A
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE RECOVERY STATE OF HEPATITIS
1. PREHEPATIC
2. POSTHEPATIC
3. PREICTERIC
4. POSTICTERIC
POSTICTERIC
THIS TYPE OF CIRRHOSIS IS ALSO KNOWN AS PORTAL CIRRHOSIS
ALCOHOLIC LIVER
THIS CONDITION IS THE INFLAMMATION OF THE BILE DUCTS
CHOLANGITIS
FORMATION OF GALLSTONES MOST OFTEN OCCURS WITH HIGH LEVELS OF THE FOLLOWING.
1. BILE SALTS AND TOXINS
2. CHOLESTEROL AND TOXINS
3. CHOLESTEROL AND BILE SALTS
4. TOXINS
CHOLESTSEROL AND BILE SALTS
THE PRIMARY FACTOR THAT INCREASES THE RISK OF PANCREATIC CANCER IS
SMOKING
A POTENTIAL COMPLICATION OF THIS CONDITION IS ARDS
PANCREATITIS
THE PRIMARY TREATMENT FOR JAUNDICE IS
REMOVAL OF CAUSE
THIS CONDITION HAS AS THE LARGEST GROUP THOSE THAT ABUSE ALCOHOL
CIRRHOSIS