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Chapter 6 & 7

Test Review

Using fingertips to tap surface to determine condition beneath Percussion
Substance released by platelets Thromboplastin
Collection of air or gas in pleural cavity Pneumothorax
Universal Donor blood type Type O
Medical term for not breathing Apnea
Pneum/o lung
Medical term for Lymph Tumor Lymphoma
Using a device to measure breathing capacity of the lungs Spirometry
Medical term for Nose bleed Epistaxis
Structure known as windpipe Trachea
Foreign substance that activates immune system Antigen
Thick mucus secreted by membrane that lines the respiratory tract Phlegm
Large muscle important to respiratory system diaphragm
Inflammation of lymph gland lymphadenitis
Universal recipient blood type Type AB
Surgical repair of nose rhinoplasty
Lab test for presence of malignant cells sputum cytology
Hematologist Person who studies conditions of the blood
Abnormal crackling sound during inspiration Rales
Record of lymph vessel Lymphangiogram
Inflammation of lymph nodes Lymphadenitis
Epstein-Barr Virus causes what? Mononucleosis
Condition characterized by pus in the pleural cavity empyemia
Lymph nodes in groin Inguinal
Excessive fluid in lung tissue pulmonary edema
surgical procedure of making incision on trachea for airway tracheotomy
Hereditary bleeding disease with prolonged clotting hemophilia
Dyspenia Painful Breathing
Narrowing of trachea tracheostenosis
Cell that has ability to ingest and destroy bacteria phagocyte
Respiratory condition of barking cough Croup
Test to measure all properties of blood Complete Blood Count (CBC)
Which transfusion does blood come from another person? homologous transfusion
Nose discharge rhinorrhea
Fluid water based portion of blood plasma
lymph nodes in arm pits axillary
Hemostasis Stoppage of bleeding
Total Volume of air the can be exhaled after maximum inspiration Vital capacity
Disease producing pathogenic
Condition which lung tissue collapses Atelectasis
Chest Pain Thoracalgia
Lymph tissue in nasal pharynx behind nose adenoids
Disease characterized by excessive increase of abnormal white blood cells leukemia
Blood test measures volume of RBC in given volume of blood Hematocrit
Passageway for air from pharynx to bronchi larynx
Test for infectious mononucleosis Mono Spot
Surgical removal of spleen splenectomy
Example of acquired immunity receiving pathogen from vaccine
Clear sticky fluid that remains after blood has clotted Serum
Pharynx is divided into 3 sections. Which is the most inferior? Laryngo
Condition of too many red blood cells Polycthemia Vera
Another word voicebox Larynx
Incision in to chest Thoracotomy
Rhin/o Nose
Procedure to visually examine bronchus Bronchoscopy
Decrease in platelets thrombocytopenia
Agluttin/o Clumping
Where is CO2 and O2 exchanged? Alveoli
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