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abrasion
scraping the skin
abscess
collection of puss
alopecia
boldness
cellulitis
inflammation of connective tissue
cicatrix
scar
comedo
blackhead
contusion
bruse
decubitus ulcer
bed sore
diaphoresis
excessive sweating
edema
swelling
erythema
skin turns red
fissure
crack like sore
furuncle
boil
gangrene
death of skin
herpes
viris
herpes simplex
virus that causes fever blisters
herpes zoster
virus that causes shingles
hirsutism
excessive amount of hair
jaundice
yellow
keloid
scar, a raised scar
laceration
jaged wund
lesion
change in the skin
nevus
birth mark
pallor
pale
pediculosis
lice
pruritus
itching
psoriasis
cronic itching, red flat macules
papules
raised macules
tactile
touch
tinea
ring warm
ulcer
eroding away of skin and tissue
urticaria
hives
verruca
wart
vesicle
blister
bulid-up of Body
Cells
Tissues
Organs
Systems
Cell Membrane?
outside of the cell
cytoplasm
the body of the cell
nucleus
middle of the cell
__ chromosomes and __ pairs
46 & 23
genes
heredity charactoristics
DNA
chemical that regulates the cell
XX
Female
XY
Male
Down's Syndrome __ chromosomes
47
muscle
movement
nervous
sends messages back and forth from brain
connective
skin (outside) & internal organs
Morbidity
someone that is sick or ill
Mortality
Death
Sagittal plans
divided right & left
coronal/frontal plane
divided the body into front and back
transversal plane
divided into top and bottom
RUQ
Right Upper Quadrent
RLQ
Right Lower Quadrant
LUQ
Left Upper Quadrant
LLQ
Left Lower Quadrant
What are the organs in RUQ?
Large and Small Intestanes,
pancreas, liver, gallblader
What are the organs in the LUG?
Small and Large intestines,
pancreas, liver, stomch and spleen
What are the organs in the RLQ?
Large and small intestines,
ureter, appendix, overy, fallopian tube
What are the organs in the LUQ?
Large and Small intestines,
ureter, ovary and fallopian tube
Need to know the Body cavities on pg. 45
all 9 parts
Need to know the organs in each cavity
Pg.46
Radiography
x-ray
computed tomography
slice
Magnetic resomance imaging (MRI)
Magnets
Ultrasonography
sound waves
Disease Process
Signs
the doctor can see
Disease Process
symptoms
can't see, the pacient has to tell him
Disease Process
clinical findings
lab work
Disease Process
homeostasis
everything is working good
Disease Process
etiology
study of the cause
Disease Process
diagnosis
the name of what is wrong
Disease Process
progrnosis
is a predition
Disease Process
idiopathic
unknown disease
Superficial
toward the surface of the body
deep
away from the surface of the body
abduction
movement away from the median plane
adduction
movement toward the median plane
medial
pertaining to the midline of the body
lateral
pertaining to a side
superior
toward the head
inferior
away from the head
proximal
near the attachment of an extremity
distal
farth from the attachment of an extrimity
anterior
near the fron of the body
posterior
near the back of the body
parietal
pertaining to the outer wall of the body cavity.
visceral
pertaining to an organ
prone
lying horizontal with the face down
extension
to straighten
flexion
to bend
afferent
toward
efferent
away from
unilateral
one side
bilalateral
two sides
nuclear medicine
radioactivity
radiopharmaeutical
chemicals used to testing organs vessles or blody fluids
positron emission tomography (PET)
shows activity
Abreviations
(AP)
anteroposterior
Abreviations
(CT)scan
computed tomography scan
Abreviations
(CAT) scan
computed axial tomography scan
Abreviations
(Dx)
diagnosis
Abreviations
(MRI)
magnetic resonance imaging
Abreviations
(PA)
posteroanterior
Abreviations
(PET)
positron emission tomography
4 parts of the integumentary system
skin
hair
nail
glands
3 parts of the skin
epidermis
dermis
subcutanious
epidermis
the outer skin
dermis
inner layer
subcutanious
the under layer
skin glands
suboriferous
Parts of the Skin Glands
suboriferous, sebaceous
suboriferous
sweat glands
sebaceous
orl glands
Lumula
the half moon shape at the base of the nail
skin cancer
basal, squamous, melanoma
what does TNM stand for
T- tumor
N- nodes
M- metastasis
allograpft
transplant tissue
biopsy
excision of a small piece of tissue
debridement
removal of foreign material
fulfuration
tissue destruction
xenograft
the skin from somewhere else
biopsy
(incisional)
Part of the tumor
biopsy
(excisional)
All of the tumor and some tissue around it
Abreviations
(Bx)
biopsy
Abreviations
(I&D)
incision & drainage
Abreviations
(ung)
orntment
Degree of burns
(1st)
the skin is red
Degree of burns
(2nd)
Blisters
Degree of burns
(3rd)
Distruction of skin