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what produces bile?
liver
what produces insuline?
pancreas
what stores bile?
gallbladder
where the buccal cavity is located?
mouth
abnormal passage?
fistula
cleft or cracklike lesion?
fissure
decay?
caries
improper bite?
malocclusion
inflammation of a salivary gland?
sialadenitis
enlarge and swollen veins at the lower end of the esophagus?
esophageal varices
lower esophageal sphincter fails to relax properly?
esophageal achalasia
esophagus ends in a blind pouch or is too narrow?
esophageal atresia
open sore or lesion?
ulcer
potrusion of an organ through the wall of a cavity?
hernia
the three classes of nutrients and their functions?
carbohydrates:basic source of cell energy
fats:energy reserve,and help cushion and insulate vital organs
protein:building material for development,growth,and maintenance of the body.
the four accesory organs of digestion and combining forms
liver=hepat(o)
gallbladder=cholecyst(o)
pancreas=pancreat(o)
salivary glands=sial(o)
or sialaden(o)
absence of thirst?
adepsia
any disease of the stomach?
gastrpathy
enzyme that breaks down starch?
amylase
excessive vomiting
hyperemesis
excision of the gallbladder
cholecystectomy
incision of the vagus nerve
vagotomy
inflammation of the stomach
gastritis
pertaining to the throat
pharyngeal
poor digestion
dyspepsia
visual inspection of the duodenum
duodenoscopy
a branch of the trachea
bronchus
a muscular partition that facilitates breathing
diaphragm
commonly called the windpipe
trachea
connected with the paranasal sinuses
nose
contains the palatine tonsils
pharynx
contains the vocal cords
larynx
where oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange occurs
aveolus
accumalation of coal dust in the lungs
anthracosis
can result from disorders such as chronic bronchitis and chronic asthma
copd
congenital,incomplete expansion of a lung or a portion of a lung
atelectasis
destruction of the alveolar walls that leads to hindered gas exchange
emphysema
paroxysmal cough,ending in a whooping inspiration
pertussis
paroxymal dyspnea accompanied by wheezing
asthma
air from nose to lungs
nasal cavity
pharynx
larynx
trachea
bronchi
bronchioles
alveoli
an internal blood clot
thrumbus
difficult or weak voice
dysphonia
direct visualization of the bronchi
bronchoscopy
drawing in or out as by suction
aspiration
inflammation of the throat
pharyngitis
presence of nasal calculi
rhinolithiasis
pertaining to the air sacs of the lungs
aveolar
radiographic examination of the larynx
laryngography
profuse nosebleed
rhinoorragia
within the nose
intranasal