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3510 2 Terms

Adenectomy is the surgical removal of a gland
Hypogastric is located below the stomach
Hypoplasia is the incomplete development of an organ or tissue usually due to a deficiency in the number of cells
Hypochondriac individual with an abnormal concern about his or her health / below the ribs
Abdominal Pelvic contains primarily the major organs of digestion
Cytology the study of the anatomy, physiology, pathology, chemistry of the cell
Histologist is the study of the organization of tissues at all levels
Etiology is the study of the causes of diseases
Adenitis is the inflammation of a gland
Dysplasia is abnormal development o growth of cells, tissues, or organs
Cytoplasm the material within he cell membrane that is not part of the nucleus
Adenomalacia is the abnormal softening of a gland
Adenoma is a benign tumor that arises in, or resembles, glandular tissue
Gerntologist a physician who specializes in the care of older people
Hypertrophy is a general increase in the bulk of a body part or organ that is due to an increase in the size, but not in the number, of cells in the tissues
Physiology the study of the functions of the structures of the body
Epigastric is located above the stomach
Iliac are located on the left and right sides over the hip bones
Aplasia the defective development, or the congenital absence, of an organ or tissue
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