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Aden Gland
Adip/o Fat
Caud/o Low Part of the Body, Tail
Cephal/o Head
Col/o Colon, Large Intestine
Coron/o Crown ,Coronary
Cyt/o Cell
Hepat/o Liver
Hist/o Tissues
Hister/o Uterus
Lapar/o Abdomen, Abdominal Wall
Nephr/o Kidney
Oste/o Bone
Path/o Suffering, Disease, Feeling and Emotion
Retr/o Straght
Abdomen Constitutes the part of the body b/w the thorax (chest) and pelvis
Abdominal Part of the abdomen
Abdominalpelvic The Division b/w the abdominal and the pelvic cavity
Adenetomy Surgecal removal of the gland
Adenitis Immflamation of a gland
Adenoma A benigh tumor in which the cell from recognizable glandular structures
Adenomalacia Abnormal softening of a gland
Adenosclerosis Abnormal hardening of a gland
Adenosis Any disease condition to a gland
Adipose Fat
Anaplasia Change in the structure of the cell form recognizable glandular structures
Anatomy A branch of biology that stuidies human stucture
Anomaly A deviation from what is regarded as normal
Anterior Means situated in the from. it also means on the farward part of the an organ
Aplasia Lack of development of an organ or tissue
Ascities Is an abdnormal accomulation of clear or milky serous (watery) fluid in the peritoneal cavity
Caudal Means toeward the lowest part of the body
Cephalic Means toward the head
chromosomes A thread like structure of nucleic acid and protein found in the nucleus of most living cells, carrying genetic information in the form of genes
Communicables Any disease transmittered from one person to another by eother direct or indirect contact
congential a condition existing at , & usually befor, birth;referring to conditions that are present at birth, regardless of their causation
Coronal A coronal plane through the body is vertical plane from head to foot & parallel to the shoulder
Cytology the study of cell biology
cytoplasm The material or protoplasm within a living cell , excluding the nucleus
Dexyribonucleic DNA
Distal Situated farthest from the midline or begginig of the body structure
Dorsal Refer to the back of the body organ
Dysplasia Abnormal development or grwoth of cells
Endemic Refers to the on going present of disease within a population
Endocrine Secreting internally, most commonly into the systemic circulation. The secretion of an endocrine
Epidemic Sudden & widespread outbreak of a disease within a popular groud or area
Epidemiologist A specialist in the study of outbreaks of a disease within a population group
Epigastric Pertaining to the epigastrium , the area above the stomach
Epithelial Pertaining to or involving the outer layer of the skin
Etilogy Is the study of the coause of disease
Exocrine The sweat glands secrete their chemicals substances into ducts that lead either to other organs or out of the body
Genetictist The study of heredity and the variation of inherited characteristics
Hemophilia A group of hereditary bleeding disorder in which one of the factors needed to clot blood is missing
Histologist A medical scientistist who specializes in the study of the structure of organ tissues, including the composition of cells & their organization into various body tissues
Histology the study of microscopic structure of tissue
Homeostasis to control bleeding
Created by: Leane