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lesson 6


-pepsia means digestion
-ptysis means spitting
-emesis means vomiting
-ptosis means sagging
-rrhagia means bursting forth of blood
-phagia means eating
the term polyphagia means excessive eating
the term odynophagia means painful swallowing
the surgical repair of the eyelid is called a blepharoplasty
the incision of a ring of muscles is called a sphincterotomy
the removal of the gallbladder is called cholecystectomy
the term for pertaining to the cheek buccal
the term for enlargement of the liver is hepatomegaly
the term for discharge of fat is steatorrhea
what is inflammation of the mouth with small ulcers called aphthous stomatitis
an enzyme to digest fat is lipase
an abnormal condition of the lip cheilosis
when a tube is inserted through the nose into the stomach it is called a nasogastric intubation
what is a measurement of bile pigment in the blood serum bilirubin
what is an xray examination of the lower gi tract barium enema
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