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Medical Questions

Incision of a bone: Osteotomy
Pain in a joint: Arthralgia
Increase in number of malignant white blood cells: Leukemia
Membrane surrounding the heart: Pericardium
Abnormal condition of the mind: Psychosis
Pathologist is one who: Performs autopsies and examines biopsies.
Instrument to view the eye: Ophthalmoscope
Disease of the intestines: Enteropathy
Inflammation of the nose: Rhinitis
Study of cells: Cytology
Removal of the fallopian tubes and ovaries: Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
An element present in thyroxine: Iodine
Parenchymal tissue in the testes: Seminiferous Tubules
Hepatoma Tumor of the Liver
Pertaining to through the liver Transhepatic
High blood sugar: Hyperglycemia
Removal of a gland: Adenectomy
Decrease in numbers of red blood cells or hemoglobin within red blood cells: Anemia
Pertaining to the cerebrum: Cerebral
Osteitis: Inflammation of a bone.
Resection of a nerve: Neurectomy
Microscopic exam of living tissue: Biopsy
Electroencephalogram: Record of electricity in the brain.
Created by: rochelle1977