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ADENOMA
Tumor of glands
Arthritis
Inflammation of joints
Autopsy
View ones self
Cardiiologist
Heart specialist
Cytology
Study of bladder
Excision
cut out
gastrectomy
Removal of stomach
Gynecology
Study of
Gynecologist
Female Specialist
Hyperglycemia
Excess Sugar
Hypoglycemia
low sugar
Hypodermic
Under skin
Hypogastric
Pertaining to below stomach
Incision
Cut in
Nephritis
Inflammation of kidney
Nephrology
Study of Kidney
Prognosis
Made after the diagnosis is a prediction about the patients outcome before treatment.
Adipose Tissue
Collection of fat cells
Bilateral
Having two sides
Biology
Study of LIfe
Cytology
Study of cells
Histology
Study of Tissue
Pathology
Study of Disease
Unilateral
Involving only one side
Anterior
Front side of the body
Apex
The top, the end, such as the top of the heart
Distal
Far from the point of attachment to the trun or far from the beginning of a structure.
Inferior
Below another structure.
Lateral
Pertaining to the side.
Medial
Pertaining to, situated in, middle
Posterior
Back side of body
Prone
Lying on the belly (face down, palm down)
Proximal
Near the point of attachement to trunk
Superficial
On the surface
Superior
Above another structure
Supine
Lying on the back (face up)
Medial
Pertaining to the middle or near the medial plane of the body.
-tomy
Incision
-ist
one who specializes
-cele
Hernia
-centesis
surgical puncture to remove fluid
-ectomy
excision, surgical removal of, resection
-emia
blood condition
-plasty
surgical repair
-lysis
breakdwon, separation, loosening
-meter
to measure
-oma
tumor
-pnea
breathing
-ase
enzyme
-pepsia
to digest
-phagia
to eat
-ostomy
new opening
-emesis
vomiting
-uria
urine
-lith
stone
-cyst
sac, bladder