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abdomin/o
abdomen
adip/o
fat
anter/o
front
brachi/o
arm
caud/o
tail
cephal/o
head
cervic/o
neck
chondr/o
cartilage
crani/o
skull
crur/o
leg
cyt/o
cell
dist/o
away from
dors/o
back of body
epitheli/o
epithelium
glute/o
buttock
hist/o
tissue
infer/o
below
later/o
side
medi/o
middle
muscul/o
muscle
neur/o
nerve
organ/o
organ
oste/o
bone
pelv/o
pelvis
peritone/o
peritoneum
pleur/o
pleura
poster/o
back
proxim/o
near to
pub/o
genital region
somat/o
body
spin/o
spine
super/o
above
system/o
system
thorac/o
chest
ventr/o
belly
vertebr/o
vertebra
viscer/o
internal organ
muscle
movement
nervous
send messages back and forth to brain
connective
cartilage, blood, bone, and fat
epithelial
skin, lining of internal organs
morbidity
sickness or disease
mortality
death
febrile
fever
sagittal plane
right to left
coronal/frontal
front and back
transverse
top and bottom
RUQ
Right Upper Quadrant
large & small intestines, pancreas, liver, gallbladder
LUQ
Left Upper Quadrant
large & small intestines, pancreas, liver, stomach, spleen
RLQ
Right Lower Quadrant
large & small intestines, right ureter, appendix, right ovary & fallopian tube
LLQ
Left Lower Quadrant
large & small intestines, left ureter, left ovary & fallopian tube
Signs
healthcare worker can see
symptoms
what patient tells
clinical findings
lab work, x-rays, etc, tests that are ran
homeostasis
everything is working how it should
etiology
study of cause
diagnosis
name of what is wrong
prognosis
prediction of outcome
idiopathic
unknown disease
extension
to straighten
flexion
to bend
afferent
towards
efferent
away from
unilateral
one side
bilateral
two sided
oblique
at an angle
internal
inside
external
outside
central
in the middle
dorsal
back
cranial
brain
spinal
spinal cord
ventral
front
thoracic
lungs, heart, associated structures
abdominopelvic
digestion, excretory, reproductive
diaphragm
seperates thoracic from the abdominal cavity