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pertaining to across or through the abdomen
transabdominal
creation of an opening in the stomach and small intestine
gastroenterostomy
saliva / stone / incision
sialolithotomy
suture the tongue
glossorrhaphy
vomiting blood
hematemesis
surgical repair of the lip and mouth
cheilostomatoplasty
inflammation of the appendix
appendicitis
incision of the abdomen
celiotomy
bile / vessel / record
cholangiogram
process of examination of the colon
colonoscopy
pertaining to the anus and rectum
anorectal
inflammation of the small intestine and colon
enterocolitis
pertaining to the mouth and tongue
orolingual
anus and rectum / sigmoid colon / process of examination
proctosigmoidoscopy
instrument for examination of the abdomen
laparoscope
condition of painful, difficuly, or faulty eating or swallowing
dysphagia
creation of an opening in the pancreas and duodenum
pancreatoduodenostomy
surgical repair or reconstruction of a hernia
hernioplasty
pertaining to bile
biliary
pertaining to the stomach and esophagus
gastroesophageal
bile / duct / incision
choledochotomy
discharge of fat
steatorrhea
pain in the teeth
dentalgia
involuntary contraction of the pylorus (gatekeeper)
pylorospasm
pertaining to poisoned liver
hepatotoxic
inflammation of the ileum and jejunum
ileojejunitis
puncture the peritoneum for aspiration
peritoneocentesis
pertaining to the cheek and gum
buccogingival
bile / bladder or sac / excision
cholecystectomy
pertaining to around the rectum
perirectal
removal of half of the colon
hemicolectomy
inflammation of the appendix
appendicitis
suture of the lip
cheilorrhaphy
incision for removal of gallstones
cholelithotomy
surgical repair of the mouth
stomatoplasty
x-ray of bile ducts (vessels)
cholangiogram
excessive level of bilirubin in the blood
hyperbilirubinemia
partial removal and repair of the stomach
gastric resection
the presence of diverticula
diverticulosis
abdomen
lapar/o
tongue
gloss/o
small intestine
enter/o
teeth
dent/i
stomach
gastr/o
cheek
bucc/o
bile
chol/e
mouth
stomat/o
liver
hepat/o
eat
phag/o
stone
lith/o
rectum
proct/o
inflammation of the stomach
gastritis
loss of appetite
anorexia
inability to swallow
aphagia
in the cheek
buccal
gas in the stomach or intestines
flatulence
rupture or protrusion of a part from its normal location
hernia
black tarry stool
melena
belch
eructation
instrument used to examine the rectum
proctoscope or rectoscope
inflammation of the large intestine
colitis
portion of upper GI series x-ray used to examine the esophagus only
barium swallow
accumulation of fluid in the peritoneal cavity
ascites
inflammation of the gallbladder
cholecystitis
feces containing fat
steatorrhea
presence of inflammed abnormal side pockets in the gastrointestinal tract
diverticulosis
peptic ulcer located in the stomach
gastric ulcer
enlargement of the liver
hepatomegaly
tongue-tie condition
ankyloglossia
lower lateral groin regions
inguinal regions
upper lateral regions beneath the ribs
hypochondriac regions
upper middle region below the sternum
epigastric region
region below the navel
hypogastric region
middle lateral regions
lumbar region
region of the navel
umbilical region