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Chapter 6/7

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Thormbopenia two few clotting
Lymphadenitis Inflammation of lymph glands
Epiglottis Flap of cartilage that covers larynx when a person swallows.
Influenza Inflammation of the larynx
Pathogen Disease baring organsim
Hematopiesis Process of forming blood
croup Acute viral respiratory infection most common in infants and small children
Anemia Redcution in number of red blood cells (RBC)
Lymphoma Tumor of lymphatic Tissue
Ventilation Movement of air in and out of lungs
Phlebotomist A person who specializes in blood removal
Pneumothorax Collection of air and gas in pleural caivty
Cila little hairs to keep out dust particles/ pathogens
Otorhinolaryngology Ear nose and throat doctor
Serum Clear sticky fluid
Pneumonia Inflammation conditions of the lungs
Edema Condition in which body tissue contains excessive amounts of fluid
Hemostasis To stop bleeding, or stagnatiuon of blood circulation
Bronchioles Narrowest air tubes in lungs
Spleneoctomy Excision of spleen
Rhinorrhea Excreation of fluid from nose
Vaccination Provides protection against communicable diseases
Adenoids Tonsils
Alveoli Tiny air sacs at the end of each bronchiole
Antigen Substance capable of inducing formation of antibodies
Laryngitis inflamation of the larynx
Lymphoma tumor
metastasize cancerous cells migrate
pulmonary embolism blood clot air bubble in pulmonary artery
splenectomy surgical removal of spleen
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