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MOA 140

Week 2 MT Words

coron/o coronary, crown
cutane skin
gyn(e/o) female, woman
hist/o tissue
ungu/o nail
ab- from, away
extra- outside of, beyond, in addition
per- excessive, through
-ary pertaining to
-cise cut
-emesis vomiting
-oid resembling
-ous having
ab/lacta/tion cessation of milk secretion
histo/lysis disintegration of the tissues
ungu/al pertaining to or resembling the nails
per/encephal/y a condition of one or more cerebral cysts
cutane/ous transpiration of gases through the skin
cardio/pulmon/ary relating to or involving both the heart and lungs
coron/ary thromb/osis a blood clot in a coronary artery, the most common cause of an acute coronary syndrome or MI
extra/cellul/ar outside the cell
hyper/emesis excessive vomiting
my/oid resembling muscle
ex/cise to remove by cutting
intra/ven/ous into a vein
h.s., hs, HS hour of sleep
LLQ left lower quadrant
LUQ left upper quadrant
RUQ right upper quadrant
RLQ right lower quadrant
NPO nothing by mouth
qd every day
NKDA no known drug allergies
ASA aspirin
NTP normal temperature and pulse
c with
p.c. after meals
L1, L2, etc. lumbar vertebrae
T1, T2, etc. thoracic vertabrae
strep streptococcus
ROM range of motion
GBS gallbladder (test) series
FDA Food and Drug Administration
DM diabetes mellitus
UGI upper gastrointestinal
sig sigmoidoscopy
P&P pap smear and pelvic exam
OB obstetrics
D&C dilation and curettage
NB newborn
Created by: nyanis