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diagestive system

gastointestinal system

abdomen/o abdomen
aliment/o nourishment, food
amyl/o starch
an/o anus
append/o appendix
bucc/o cheek
cec/o cecum
cecum 1st segment of the colon
chei/o lips
cholecyst/o gall bladder
choled/o common bile duct
col/o, colon/o colon(large intestine)
dent/I, dent/o, odont/o teeth
duoden/o duodenum (1st segment of the small intestine)
jejun/o jejunum (2nd segment of the small intestine)
ile/o ileum (3rd segment of the small intestine)
enter/o small intestine
esophagi/o esophagus (food pipe)
G.E.R.D Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease
gastr/o stomach
gloss/o, lingu/o tongue
hepat/o blood
lith/o stone
or/o, stomat/o mouth
proct/o, rect/o rectum
sial/o saliva
sigmoid/o sigmoid colon
periton/o peritoneum
epiglott/o epiglottis
epiglottitis inflamed epiglottis
peritoneal pertaining to the peritoneum
sigmoidoscopy visual exam of the sigmoid colon
sialadenitis inflammation of the saliva glands
proctologist specialist of a rectal disease
oral pertaining to the mouth
lithotripsy crushing of stones
gastrointestinal pertaining to the stomach and the intestines
ankyloglossia stiff tongue (tongue tied)
gastrectomy removal of the stomach
esophagitis inflammation of the esophagus.(food pipe)
enteropathy disease of the small intestines
ileitis inflammation of the ilium
jejunectomy removal of the jejunum
duodenal ulcers ulcers in the duodenum
dentist specialist of teeth
colonoscopy visual exam of the colon
choledolithotomy incision to remove a stone from the common bile duct
cholecystolithiais condition of gall stones
cheilitis inflamed lip
ileocecal junction where all the small intestine merges with the colon
buccal pertaining to the cheek
appendicitis inflammation of the appendix
analfissur tear in the anus
amylase enzyme that breaks down the stomach
hyperalimentation providing additional nourishment
abdominal pertaining to the abdomin
Created by: bpstears