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Med Term 2

abdomen space below the cavity
abdominal cavity between the diaphragm
anterior in the front
bronchial tubes tube that carry air from windpipe
bronchoscopy process of visually examine of the bronchial tubes
cartilage fibrous connective tissue
cervical neck
circulatory system organs that carry blood throughout the body
coccygeal pertaining to the tailbone
coccyx tailbone
cranial cavity space surrounding the skull
craniotomy incision of the skull
diaphragm muscle that separates the chest and the abdomen
digestive system organs that bring food into the body
disk pad of cartilage that is between each body
endocrine system endocrine glands
epithelial pertaining to the skin cells
esophageal pertaining to the esophagus
esophagus tube leading from the throat to the stomach
female reproductive system organ in female
frontal plane divide body into front & back portions
hepatitis inflammation of the liver
hypochondriac lateral regions of the upper abdomen
laparoscopy process of visually examine of the abdomen
laparotomy incision of the abdomen
laryngeal pertaining to the voicebox
laryngectomy surgical removal of the voice box
larynx voicebox
lateral side
lumbar pertaining to the loins
lymphocyte white blood cell which is found within te lymph
mediastinum space between the lungs
mediastinal pertaining to the mediastinum
musculoskeletal system organs that support the body & allow it to move
nervous system organs that transmit electrical messages throughtout the body
ovary organ that produces egg cells and female hormones
pelvic cavity space contained within the hip bones
pelvis lower part of the trunk in the body
peritoneal pertaining to the peritoneum
peritoneum membrane that surrounds the bone
pharyngeal pertaining to the pharynx
pharynx throat
pituitary gland endocrine gland within the brain
pleura membrane that surrounds the lungs
pleuritis inflammation of the pleur
posterior located in the back portion of the body
respiratory system organs that produce breathing
sacral pertaining to the sacrum
sacrum triangular bone in the lower back
sagittal plane divides organ or body into left & right portion
spinal cavity space in the back that contains the spinal cord
spinal column backbones;vertebrae
spinal cord nerves that extend from brain to the back
thoracic cavity space above the abdomen
thoracotomy incision of the chest
trachea tube that carries air from throat to bronchial tubes
tracheotomy incision of the chest
transverse plane divides an organ or body into upper and lower part portions
ureter tube that lead from kidney to urinary bladder
urethra tube that carries urine from the urinary bladder to outside of body
urinary system organs that produce & send urine out of the body
uterus the womb
vertebra backbone
vertebral pertaining to te backbone
Created by: Aji