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WHAT IS ADENITIS?
INFLAMMATION OF THE GLAND
"aden" means glands
"-itis" means inflammation
WHAT IS ADENOMA?
TUMOR OF GLAND
"aden" means glands
"-oma" means tumor
WHAT IS ADENOPATHY?
DISEASE OF THE GLAND
"aden" means glands
"-pathy" means disease
WHAT IS ANEMIA?
DIFFICIENCY OF BLOOD
WHAT IS ARTHRAIGIA?
JOINT PAIN
"arthr" means joint
"-igia" means pain
WHAT IS ARTHRITIS?
INFLAMMATION OF THE JOINT
"arthr" means joint
"-itis" means inflmmation
WHAT IS AUTOPSY?
VIEWING OF SELF
"auto" means self
"-opsy" means viewing
WHAT IS BIOPSY?
VIEWING OF LIFE
"-opsy" means viewing
"bio" means life
CARCINOGENIC
PERTIANING TO CANCER
RBC
RED BLOOD CELL
CBC
COMPLETE BLOOD CELL
WBC
WHITE BLOOD CELL
PRN
WHENEVER NECCESSARY
STAT
IMMEDIATELY
URI
UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION
UTI
URINARY TRACT INFECTION
CHF
CONGESTED HEART FAILURE
COPD
CHRONIC OBSTRUCTION PULMONARY DISORDER
-rrhaphy
suture
-rrhexis
rupture
-rrhagia
excessive, flow (hemorrhage)
-rrhea
discharge, flow (dirrhea
-rrhythmo
rhythm (drums)
-centesis
surgical puncture (aminocentesis)
-ectomy
surgical removal (hysterectomy)
-ostomy
surgical opening (tracheostomy)
-pexy
fixation (arthropexy)
-plasty
surgical repair (angioplasty)
-desis
fusion, fixation (arthodesis)
-tripsy
crush (lithotripsy)
sect
to sut (resection)
-otomy
surgical incision (lapraotomy)
de
defficient, down (dehydration)
dis
free of (disinfectant)
dys
difficult pain (dyslexia)
-algia
painful (arthalgia)
-algisia
sensitivty to pain
brady
slow
trachy
fast
FRONTAL
divides front & back
coronal, cephalic, cranial
superior
caudal
inferior
VENTRAL
BELLY UP (ANTERIOR)
POSTERIOR
DORSAL
POLIO
GRAY
SUPINE
LYING ON BACK (VENTRAL)
PRONE
LYING ON BELLY (DORSAL)
-OID
RESEMBLE (STERIOD)
DORSAL CAVITIES
HEAD, SPINAL
VENTRAL CAVITIES
THORACIC, ABDOMIN, PELVIC
HOW DO WE GROW?
CELL, TISSUE, ORGANS, SYSTEMS, ENTIRE BODY
WHAT IS A CELL?
FUNDAMENTAL UNIT OF ALL LIVING THINGS.
WHERE IS THE NUCLEUS FOUND?
IN THE CENTER OF THE CELL
WHAT DO LUMBAR MEANS?
BACK
THORAX, THORO, TORSO
CHEST, TRUNK