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Wk 1 Spelling

Week 1 spelling words ch. 1&2

adipose connective tissue known as fat
Anuria Urine suppression, lack of urine
Auditory pertaining to hearing
Cephalic Toward the head
Coronal Pertaining to the cornea
Crural Pertaining to the leg
Cytoplasm Water like substance within the cell
Dystrophy abnormal development
Electrocardiogram electric record of the heart
Epigastric Above the stomach
Gastroenterologist Specialist in the GI
Hospice Where terminally ill patients go to be cared for along with the families
Hypochondriac pertaining to under the cartilage
Ophthalmologist specialist in the eyes
Orthopedic medical branch specializing in musculoskeletal system
Peritoneal Pertaining to the peritoneum
Physiatrist Specialized in physical medicine
Physiology the study of living things
Proctologist Specialist in the rectum/anal
Prone lying horizontal, face down
Proximal closes point toward the attachment to the body
Pulmonary Pertaining to the lungs
Quadriplegia paralysis of all four limbs
Rhinoplasty surgical repair of the nose
Sagittal a plane that divides the body in half, right and left
Supine lying horizontal face up
Thoracic Pertaining to the chest
Transverse a plane that divides the body in half, top and bottom
Vertebrae one of the 33 vertebrae in spine
Visceral Pertaining to the internal organs
Created by: dfargo