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MED104 Mrs. D

Ch. 10 Flashcards

TermDefinition
apex summit or tip
cardi- heart
gen- produce, create
pulmon- lung
resuscit- revival from apparent death
-ation process
vascul- blood vessel
diaphor- sweat
-etic pertaining to
cost- rib
media- middle
steth/o- chest
endo- inside
epi- above, upon
infarct area of cell death resulting from an infarction
ischemia lack of blood supply to the tissue
my/o- muscle
necr- death
atri/o- entrance, atrium
ventricul- ventricle
septum partition
a- without
rrhythm rhythm
auscult- listen to
diastole dilation
sinus rhythm normal heart rhythm
systole contraction
-megaly enlargement
cor pulmonale right-sided heart failure
sten/o- narrow
-sis abnormal condition
scler/o- hardness
stern- breastbone
tens- pressure
orth/o- straight
-pnea breathe
ech/o- sound wave
son/o- sound
varic- dilated,tortuous vein
-ose full of
ven/o- vein
clav- clavicle
phelb- vein
Created by: tdeborde