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CYTOLOGY
STUDY OF CELLS
DERMATOLOGIST
ONE WHO SPECIALIZES IN SKIN DISORDERS
HISTOLOGY
STUDY OF TISSUE
DISTAL
FARTHEST AWAY FROM THE POINT OF ORIGIN OF A BODY PART OR FARTHEST AWAY FROM THE POINT OF ATTACHMENT OF THE OF THE ARM TO THE TRUNK
EPITHELIUM
TISSUE FORMING THE EPIDERMIS OF THE SKIN AND THE OUTER LAYER OF THE MUCOUS AND SEROUS MEMBRANES
ETIOLOGY
STUDY OF THE CAUSE OF DISEASE
LATERAL
PERTAINING TO THE SIDE; A DIRECTIONAL TERM REFERRING TO A POSITION AWAY FROM THE MIDLINE OF THE BODY OR ORGAN.
LEUKEMIA
A MALIGNANT INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF WHITE BLOOD CELLS; CONSIDERED A CANCER
PELVIC
ADJECTIVE FORM OF PELVIS
SEROSA
SEROUS MEMBRANE
PLEURITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE LUNG CAVITY
MEDIAL
PERTAINING TO THE MIDDLE; A DIRECTIONAL TERM REFERRING TO A POSITION TOWARD THE MIDLINE OF THE BODY OR ORGAN
THORACOTOMY
INCISION OF THE CHEST WALL
VENTRAL
FRONT/ADJECTIVE
MEGALOMANIA
MENTAL DISORDER/CONDITION MARKED BY FEELINGS OF OMNIPOTENCE AND GRANDEUR
MUCOSA
MUCOUS MEMBRANE
PHYSIOLOGY
BRANCH OF SCIENCE DEALING WITH THE FUNCTION OF CELL, TISUES, AND ORGANS
POSTERIOR
TOWARD THE BACK OF THE BODY OR BEHIND AN ORGAN
PROXIMAL
TOWARD OR NEAREST THE POINT OF ORIGIN OF A STRUCTURE, OR NEAREST THE POINT OF ATTACHMENT TO THE TRUNK.
ACROMEGALY
ENLARGEMENT OF THE EXTREMITIES
ANATOMY
THE STUDY OF THE STRUCTURE OF THE BODY
ANTERIOR
PERTAININ TO THE FRONT OF A BODY PART
BLASTOCYTE
EMBRYONIC OR IMMATURE CELL
CAUDAL
DIRECTIONAL TERM MEANING TOWARD THE TAIL; INFERIOR
CEPHALIC
UPWARD TOWARD THE HEAD
CYANOSIS
ABNORMAL BLUISH DISCOLORATION OF THE LIPS, SKIN, AND MUCOUS MEMBRANE DUE TO THE LACK OF OXYGEN