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This is neurotransmitter
Neurotransmitter
A nother word for prgancy
Gestation
A name for when the ovaries release the egg
Ovulation
What is BUN
Blood Urine Nitrogen
This is a depression in the Kindey?
Hilum
This if found in the bladder
Trigone
Another name for Voiding urine
Micturition
This is called bed wetting
Enuresis
Med term for an urge to pee
Frequency
The accumulation of urinary waste products in the blood
Uremia
This is male sterilization
Vasectomy
X-ray picture of the kidneys and ureters after injection of a radiopaque dye
IVP (intravenous pyelography)
Various diseases, including chancroid, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis are called this
STDs
These are cells that produce melan and are found in the BASAL LAYER
Melancytes
Another name for Hives
Urticaria
Med term for Itching
Pruritis
This give the skin its elasticity (bounce back) Also found in bone
Collagen
This is a hearing and bone conduction test
Tuning fork
This is a dark-brown vascular coat of the eye between the sclera and the retina
Choroids
This is the part of the eyeball containing the rods and cones
Retina
This is the the white, outer, tough coating of the eyeball
Sclera
This is the color portion of the eyeball
Iris
This is Partial paralysis of the facial muscles
Bells Palsy
This means under the tongue
Sublingual
Hypersensitivity induced by exposure to a substance (AKA REACTION)
Anaphylaxis
This is a drug, such as opium which can cause sleepyness or a stupor
Narcotic
A medication that reduces or eliminates pain
Analgesic
What is NOP
NOTHING BY MOUTH
What I PRN
As Needed
What is QOD
Every other day
What is QID
4 Times a Day
What is QD
Every day
This is a mood disorder
bipolar disorder
This is a lack of emotion or care
Apathy
False personal belief
Delusion
A False sensitive Preception
Hallucination
A Morbid Fear attached to something
Phobia
An abnormal fear of open or Crowed public places
Agoraphobia
An abnormal fear of high places.
Acrophobia
Own Body Aches
Hypochondriasis
Mental conflicts
Somatoform disorder
This is your Mediator
EGO
These are your Pressure Sensors
ID
Internalized Conscience
Superego
A psychotic disorders usually characterized by withdrawal from reality
Schizophrenia
A syndrome caused by an increased production Cortisol
Cushing's syndrome
This helps maintain internal equilibrium (constant environment)
Homeostasis
This is an antidiuretic hormone
ADH
This stimulates the contraction of smooth muscle of the uterus during labor
Oxytocin
Abnormal Deviation of the sys
Strabismus
Impairment of vision as a result of old age
Presbyopia
Loss of hearing due to old age
Presbycusis
A method of female sterilization
Tubal ligation
One of the three bones of the middle ear
Ossicles
Malignant tumor from epithelial tissue
Carcinoma
Ringing in the Ear
Tinnitus
Freshy Tuissue
Sarcoma
A Method of treatment
Modality
Apperance and Spreeding
Grading and Staging
insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
IDDM
Non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
NIDDM
To spread or to be spread widely and Evenly
Diffuse
Blocking of the X-Ray
Radiopaque
X-Ray that passes through
Radiolucent
This is an absorption by a tissue of a substance
Uptake
This constant muscle tighting
Tetany
This is no Lens
Aphakia
Causing enlargement of the pupils
Mydriatics
What is FSH
Follicle-Stimulating Hormone
A substance that causes constriction of the pupil of the eye
Miotics
A Twisted curved tubules in each lobule of the testis in which spermatogenesis occurs
Seminiferous Tubules
A system of evaluating a newborn's physical condition criteria: heart rate, respiratory effort, muscle tone, response to stimuli, and skin color
Apgar Score
Inflammation of the glans penis.
Balanitis
Name for Foreskin
Prepuce
Located in the testies and produce Testosterone
Interstitial cells
This contains the Brain and Spinal cord and has 31 Paris
Central Nervous System
These are the folds and the Grooves in the brain
Gyri and Sulci
Bleeding that is not associated with menstruation (between Periods)
Metrorrhagia
This is Excessive Bleeding
Menorrhagia
This is a sex cell
Gamete
This is a sex organ
Gonads
Paralysis of the lower half of the body including both legs
Paraplegia
This happens before puberty and is the overgrowth of the body
Gigantism
This is enlargement of the Extermities
Acromegaly
This is cause by hypersecretion of the growth hormone
Drawfism
No Brain
Anencephaly
A disorder of pregnancy in which the placenta prematurely separates from the wall of the uterus
Abruptio Placentae
The Placenta is deliverd first
Placenta Previa
Releaving but not Curing
Palliative