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disorder of the lips characterized by crack like soars at the corner of the mouth cheilosis
acute infection of bile duct characterized by pain in the upper right quadrant of th a abdomen, fever and jaundice cholangitis
pertaining to the stomach and the esophagus gastroesophagel
mildest type of this condition characterized by accumalation of fat with in the liver the usually does not cause liver damage steatosis
any disease of the mouth due to fungus stomatomycosis
the surgical creation of an artificial excertory opening between the colon and the body surface colostomy
progressive degenerative disease of the liver caused by exessive alcohal use or by viral hepititis b or c cirrhosis
abnormal enlargement of the liver hepatomegaly
pain in the small intestine enteralgia
surgical fixation of the rectum proctopexy
is pain or discomfort in digestion dyspepsia
surgical repair of the cleft lip or palate palatoplasty
ring like muscle that controls flow from the ileum of the small intestine into the cecum of the large intestine ileocecal sphincter
surgical removal of the gallbladder cholecystectomy
difficulty in swallowing dysphagia
surgical repair of the rectum proctoplasty
inflammatin of the esophagus esophagitis
enlargement of the stomach gastromegaly
surgical fixation of the sigmoid colon sigmoipexy
direct visual examination of the inner surface ot the entire colon from the rectum to the cecum colonoscopy
the process of cutting the stomach gastrotomy
surgical removal of the ileum ileectomy
the vomiting of blood hematemesis
inflammation of the pancreas pancreatitis
surgical removal of diseased gingival tissue gingivectomy
Created by: SSchabow