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A&P Ch. 1 & 2

graph instrument used for recording
graphy process of recording
pathologist dr. who studies cells & disease
histologist dr. who studies tissue
RUQ liver, gall bladder
LUQ stomach
RLQ appendix
LLQ rectum
superficial toward suface of body
deep away from surface into body
suffix condition, disease or procedure
connective tissue bone, cartilage, tendons, adipose
anatomical position face forward, hands & palms up, feet forward
dorsal cavity cranial cavity, brain; spinal cavity, spinal cord
thoracic cavity heart & lungs
abdominopelvic cavity small & large intestines, bladder, ovaries, uterus, prostate
9 anatomical divisions l&r hypochondriac, l&r lumbar, l&r iliac(inguinal), epigastric, umbilical, hypogastric
integumentary system skin, hair, nails, sweat glands, subaceous glands
endocrine system glands
aden/o gland
adipose fat
-algia pain
anti- against
anterior front
brady- slow
cell basic unit of all living things
chondr/o cartillage
consultation report report by another dr. whose opinion has been asked
coronal plane anterior, posterior
dorsal back
dys- painful, difficult
-ectomy surgical removal
endocrinologist dr. who studies glands & hormones
gastroenterology study of g.i. tract
-gram record or picture
gastr/o stomach
gynecologist dr. who studies female reproductive system
hemat/o blood
hyper- over, above
inferior toward feet
internist general medical dr. for adults
-itis inflammation
lateral to the side
-logy study of
malacia abnormal softening
nephr/o kidney
neurologist dr. who studies nervous system
ophthalmogist dr. who studies the eye
pathology report report on pt's tissue removed
-plasty surgical repair
posterior behind, back
proctologist dr. who studies the rectum
prone position lying horizontally face downward
pseudo- false
retro backward
sagittal left & right
superior toward head
supine postion lying horizontally facing upward
Created by: dwaynejgrant