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word parts terminology, abbreviations

AD right ear
AS left ear
right ear AD
left ear AS
Au both ears
OD right eye
both ears AU
right eye OD
OS Left eye
OU both eyes
left eye OS
both eyes OU
WBC white blood cell
RBC Red blood cells
white blood cell WBC
red blood cell RBC
Plt Platelet
acu- needle
Platelet Plt
needle acu-
bar/o weight, pressure
-emia condition of
weight, pressure bar/o
condition of -emia
angi/o vessel
thromb/o clot
vessel angi/o
clot thromb/o
cyt/o cell
-hexia condition
cell cyt/o
condition -hexia
equi- equality, equal
-oma tumor
equality, equal equi-
tumor -oma
-dynia pain
pain -dynia
Phlebotomy Act of drawing blood
Buccal medication taken orally placed in cheek
sublingual medication taken orally placed under tongue
Pharmacology study of drugs
Plasma liquid part of blood that contains water and clotting factors
Serum liquid part of blood with out the clotting factors
Venipuncture Process of obtaining blood from the vains
Hematoma a collection of blood clotting under the skin outside of the blood vessles
Vial a small glass container used to collect or store blood, medication, ect..
Parenteral route of administration other than by mouth
medication taken orally placed in cheek Buccal
medication taken orally placed under tongue sublingual
Created by: Seanmorrone