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abbrev & terms

POMR Problem Oriented Medical Record
SOMR Source Oriented Medical Record
IBD Inflammatory Bowel Disease
HAV Hepatitis A Virus
HBV Hepatitis B Virus
NAFLD Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
BIL Bilirubin
CIR Cirrhosis
GE Gastroenteritis
ICS Ileocecal Sphincter
IO Intestinal Obstruction
PU Peptic Ulcer
JAUND Juandice
MO Morbid Obesity
UC Ulcerative Colitis
Cheilosis Abnormal condition of the lips charaterized by crack like sores at the corners of the mouth.
Cholangitis An acute inflammation of the bile duct.
Gastroesophageal Pertaining to the stomach and esophagus
Steatosis Accumulations of fat within the liver that usually does not cause liver damage.
Stomatomycosis Any disease of the mouth due to a fungus.
Colostomy Surgical creation of an opening between the colon and the body surface.
Cirrhosis A progressive degenerative disease of the liver that is often caused by excessive alcohol use.
Hepatomegaly Abnormal enlargement of the liver.
Enteralgia Pain in the small intestine.
Proctopexy Surgical fixation of a prolapsed rectum.
Dyspepsia Pain or discomfort in digestion.
Palatoplasty Surgical repair of the cleft lip and or palate.
Ileocecal Pertaining to the ileum and the cecum.
Cholecystectomy Surgical removal of the gallbladder
Dysphagia Difficulty in swallowing.
Proctoplasty Surgical repair of the rectum.
Esophagitis Imflammation of the esophagus.
Gastromegaly Enlargement of the stomach.
Sigmoidpexy Surgical fixation of the sigmoid and colon.
Colonoscopy Visual examination of the colon.
Gastrotomy Surgical incision of the stomach.
Ileectomy Surgical removal of the ileum.
Hematemesis Vomiting of blood.
Pancreatitis Inflammation of the pancreas.
Gingivectomy Surgical removal of diseased gingival tissue gums.
Created by: grammie5