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Chapter 3-5 Spelling

AP & Med Terms Chapter 3-5 Spelling Test

TermDefinition
Apocrine Sweat Gland
Arrhythmia Irregular heartbeat.
Arterioles Smallest branch of arteries.
Arthroscopy Visual examination of a joint.
Bicuspid Valve Valve between left atrium and ventricle.
Brachycardia Slow Heartbeat.
Cardiomegaly Enlargement of the heart.
Circumduction Circular motion from a central point.
Coccyx Tailbone.
Cyanosis Bluish Skin.
Dermatome Instrument used to cut skin.
Distal Epiphysis Wide end of a long bone located furthest from the point of attachment to the body.
Ecchymosis Bruise.
Fibrillation Quivering of heart muscles.
Fibromyalgia Muscle and soft tissue pain.
Integumentary Skin and its accessory organs.
Keratin Hard Protein substance. Found in hair and nails.
Melanin Black pigment.
Metacarpals Hand bones.
Myocardial Infarction Heart attack.
Necrosis Dead tissue.
Os Coxae Pelvic girdle.
Pericardium Sack around the heart with fluid.
Periosteum Membrane that covers most bones.
Proximal Epiphysis Wide end of a long bone located closet to the point of attachment to the body.
Sebaceous Pertaining to sebum.
Sudoriferous Producing or secreting sweat.
Tachycardia Fast heartbeat.
Tricuspid Valve Valve between right atrium and ventricle.
Venules Smallest veins.
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