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Digestive System Ch8

QuestionAnswer
an/o anus, ring
bar/o pressure, weight
chlo/e bile, gall
cholecyst gallbladder
col colon, large intestine
colon colon, large Intestine
dent tooth, teeth
don give
duoden duodenum, first part of small intestine
enter small intestine
esophag esophagus
gastr stomach, belly
gloss tounge
hepat liver
ile capable of
jejun jejunum
lingu tounge
lith stone, calculus
or mouth, oral activity
pancreat pancreas
phag eat, swallow
proct anus & rectum
rect rectum, straight
sigmoid sigmoid colon
stomat mouth, oral activity
emesis vomiting
lithiasis presence of stones
pepsia diget
phagia eating, swallowing
aerophagia the excessivr swallowing of air while eating or drinking.
amebic dysentery transmitted by doos or water that is contaminated due to poor sanitary conditions
anastomosis is a surgical connection between two hollow or tubular structures.
anorexia nervosa an eating disorder characterized by a false perception of the body apperance
antiemetic a medication that is administered to prevent or relieve nausea and vomiting.
aphthous ulcers grey-white pits with a red border in the soft tissues linning the mouth.
ascites an abnormal accumulation of the serous fluid in the peritonal cavity.
bariatrics the branch of medicine concerned with the prevention and control of obesity and associates diseases.
borborygmus
botulism
bulimia nervosa
cachexia
cheilosis
cholangiography
cholangitis
cholecystectomy
cholecystitis
choledocholithotomy
cholekithiasis
cholera
cirrhosis
colonoscopy
Crohn's disease
diverticulitis
diverticulosis
dyspepsia
dysphagia
emesis
enteritis
eructation
esophageal varices
esophagogastroduodenoscopy
gastroduodenostomy
gastroesophageal reflux disease
gastrostomy tube
hematermesis
hemoccult test
hepatitis
hepatitis
herpes labialis
hiatal hernia
hyperemesis
ileus
inguinal hernia
jaundice
melena
morbid obesity
nasogastric intubation
obesity
peridontium
peristalsis
proctopexy
regurgitation
salmonellosis
sigmoidoscopy
stomatorrhagia
trismus
ulcerative colitis
volvulus
xerostomia