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Med term

Chapter 12

QuestionAnswer
Alges/o Sense of pain
Astr/o Star
Clon/o Rapid, contracting
Dur/o Dura matter
Enchephal/o Brain
Esthes/o Sensation, feeling
Gli/o Glue
Medull/o Medulla oblongata
Myel/o Spinal cord
Poli/o Gray matter
Pont/o Pons
Radicul/o Nerve root
Thec/o Sheath
Tom/o To cut
Ton/o Muscle tone
-asthenia Weakness
-taxia Muscle coordination
Un- Not
Cerebellar Cerebellum
Cerebral Cerebrum
Cerebralspinal Pertaining to cerebrum and spine
Enchephalic Brain
Medullary Pertaining to the medulla oblongata
Melonic Pertaining to the spinal cord
Neuroglial Glue nerves
Pontine Pons
Thalmic Thalamus
Ventricular Ventricles
Anesthesiology Study of no feeling
Ataxia Without muscle coordination
Clon Form of siezer
Hemiparesis Half weakness
Hemiplegia Half paralysis
Cva Stroke
TIA Beginning of stroke..transient ishemic attack
Cerebralvascular Cerebrum blood vessel
Amytrophiclateralsclerosis No muscle dev. Side hardening
Myasthenia Muscle weakness
Radiculopathy Disease to the nerve root
Epidural hematoma Mass of blood outside the dura matter
Myelogram Record of spinal cord
Electroencephalograms Record of electricity in the brain
Laminectomy Surgical removal of vertebra
Neurorrhaphy Suture of nerve
Created by: Any wadsworth