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Lesson 1

Medical Terms

adenoma gland tumor
calculosis stones
hydrocele water cyst, tumor
cytology study of cells
glycosuria sugar in the urine
homeostasis same environment
linguiform tongue-shaped
lipoma fat tumor
lithotripsy stone dissolve
madarosis loss of eyelashes or eyebrows
psycho mind; study of psychology; mental processes
pyogenic pus producing
radiology study of rays
thermobiosis exists at high temperature
arthritis joint inflammation
carpoptosis wrist dropping
intercostal between ribs
chondromalacia soft cartilage
craniotomy skull incision
dactylitis finger inflammation
iliosacral ilium and sacrum
manicure hand care
myeloma marrow tumor
myoedema muscle swelling
orthopedic concerning deformities
osteoplast bone surgery
pedicure foot care
spondylitis vertebra inflammation
cholelithiasis condition of stones in the gallbladder or bile ducts
craniosynostosis closed skull sutures in an infant
myonecrosis A severe form of gangrene
myelomeningocele spina bifida - The spinal canal remains open after birth
osteoporosis condition of reduced bone mass
Created by: esilko