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LOM CHAPER 10

Language of medicaine chapter 10 medical billing

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Part of brain responsible for coordinating muscle movements and balance? cerebellum
Pertaining to muscle and nerves myoneural
neurotransmitter- a messenger inhibits nerve muscle or gland cells acetylcholine
Part of nerve cell first recieves nervous impulse Dendrite
Elevated portions cerebral cortex gyri
Burning sensation of pain Causalgia
Network interlacing nerve fibers in the peripheral nervous system plexus
portion of brain controls pituitary gland, water balance, body temperature hypothalmus
Glial cells- cell in nervous system that is supportive and communitive in function astrocytes
Space between nerve cells Synapse
Controls breathing, heartbeat, and the size of blood vessels Medulla oblongata
inability to speak apashia
Collection of spinal nerves below end of spinal cord Cauda equina
X-ray record of the spinal cord myelogram
Collection of blood within the meningeal layers subdural hematoma
Abnormal sensation of tingling or prickling paresthesia
Inflamation of spinal nerve root Radiculitis
A highly malignant brain tumor Glioblastoma
Paralysis of four extremities Quadriplegia
Cerebral aneurysm, thrombosis, or hemmorrhage ca be the cause of cerebrovascular accident (CBA)
Fainting Syncope
Spina bifida is associated with-( neural tube defects lumbar spinal column caused by imperfect vertebral meningomyelocele
Parkinson disease is charectorized by- weakness of musles, slowness of movements, degeneration of neurons in basal ganglia shuffling gait
Disorder of reading, writing, and learning Dyslexia
Condition of no nervous sensation Anesthesia
Inner core of bones manufactures most blood cells Bone marrow
malignant disease of bone marrow which excessive white blood cells are produced Leukimia
bone marrow from same species (human) allogenic
Draining device enables fluids to be drained from one area into another Shunt
CFS- cerebrospinal fluid shunt CSE- is produced in the ventricles of the brain, building pressure and causing brain damage Shunting Procedures
Decompression(freeing)intact nerves from scar tissue neuroplasty
Corrects muscle misalignment Strabismus Surgery
Inibits nerve,muscle, or gland cells a messenger. (acetylcholine) neurotransmiter
Three protective membranes that surround the brain and splint cord meninges
Composed of Lymph Tissue and is located in the left upper quadrant of the abdomen Spleen
Approach Definitive Skull Base Procedures (surgery)
limited- removal of lymph nodes only radical- removal lymph nodes, glands,and surrounding tissue Words that Describes Lyphodectomy
There are how many glands in the endocrine system nine glands
There are how many endocrine glands in the endocrine subsection of CPT Four glands
Cataracts and lens replacement uses how many different approaches? Three
Most common neuroplastic procedures carpal tunnel
The terms subtotal and partial mean less than the total
What does CBA mean? cerebrovascular accident
Central Nervous System consists of the bran and spinal cord
Created by: norrisac on 2009-12-01



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