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Mod 3510 Term

Week 2

Study of the causes of diseases Etiology
Study of the structure, composition, and function of tissues. Histology
Incomplete development of an organ or tissue. Hypoplasia
Below the stomach. Hypogastric
Pertaining to the abdomen and pelvis Abdominal Pelvic
Study of the anatomy, physiology, pathology, and chemistry of the cell. Cytology
Below the ribs. Hypochondriac
Specialist in the study of the organization of tissues at all levels. Histologist
Inflammation of a gland. Adenitis
Abnormal development or growth of cells, tissues, or organs. Dysplasia
The material within the cell membrane that is not part of the nucleus. Cytoplasm
Abnormal softening of a gland. Adenomalacia
A benign tumor of a gland. Adenoma
A physician that specializes in the care of the elderly. Gerontologist
Increase in the bulk of a body part or organ that is due to an increase in the size but not the number of cells in the tissues. Hypertrophy
Study of the functions of the structures of the body. Physiology
Above the stomach. Epigastric
The defective development, or the congenital absence of an organ or tissue. Aplasia
Pertaining to the hip bone. Iliac
Surgical removal of a gland. Adenectomy
Created by: chantay.tucker