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Chapter 10 study Rev

Building a Medical Vocabulary w/Spanish transition:

Dysphagia Difficulty in swallowing
Gastralgia Pain of the stomach; stomachache
Stomatodynia Painful Mouth
Cheilosis Splitting and scaling of the lips and angles of the mouth, a characteristic of riboflavin deficiency
Glossopyrosis Pain, burning,itching,and stinging of the mucus membranes of the tongue without apparent lesions of the affected areas.
Mandible lower jaw
Maxilla upper jaw
Cholecystectomy surgical removal of the gallbladder
Gall stone a calculus formed in the gallbladder of bile duct
Hyperglycemia an increased amount of sugar in the blood
Hypoglycemia an abnormally low concentration of glucose in the blood.
Rectocele hernia of the rectum with protrusion of part of the rectum into the vagina
Hemorrhoids a varicose dilation of a vein of the anal canal inside or just outside the rectum that causes pain,itching, and bleeding
Anorexia lack of loss of appetite for food
Dyspepsia poor digestion
Adipsia absence of thirst
Created by: Molly2Sweet