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5 types of leukocytes basophils, eosinophils, neutrophils, monocytes, lymphocytes
autologous vs homologous one's self - someone else
fluid portion of blood plasma
what is plasma fluid portion of blood
what is serum clear, sticky fluid after blood has clotted
universal donor blood type type o
universal recipient blood type type ab
which virus causes mononucleosis epstein-barr virus
lymph nodes in neck cervical
lymph nodes in underarm axillary
lymph nodes in groin inguinal
where are adenoids located nasopharynx
what are adenoids made out of lymphs
major organs of respiratory system nasal cavity, larynx, pharynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs
3 parts of pharynx nasopharynx, oropharynx, laryngopharynx
tube connecting pharynx and bronchi trachea
what is sputum expelling phlegm from the body
what is phlegm thick mucus secreted from the lining in the respiratory tract
what is the purpose of the diaphragm muscle of inspiration
tracheotomy vs tracheostomy incision - the actual hole
what does a cytology test check for cancer
what does culture and sensitivity check for allergies
"surgical repair" -plasty
"surgical removal of" -ectomy
"visually examining" -scopy
"narrowing" -stenosis
"discharge or runny" -rrhea
"record of" -gram
"inflammation" -itis
"pain" -algia
"tumor" -oma
"chest" thorac/o
"lymph gland/node" lymphaden/o
"lymph vessels" lymphangi/o
"nose" rhin/o
trachea is also called... windpipe
larynx is also called... voice box
active acquired immunity vaccines
agglutin/o clumping
anemia reduction in number of red blood cells
antigen stimulates the immune system
apnea no breathing
atelectasis lung tissue collapses
auscultation listening to sounds of the body with a stethoscope
bronchitis inflammation of bronchial tubes
cardiologist heart specialist
croup barking cough in infants
differential blood test different leukocytes
diaphragm muscle muscle of inspiration
dyspnea painful breathing
emphysema pulmonary condition from heavy smoking
empyema pus in pleural space
epistaxis nosebleed
fibrin thrombin or fibrinogen for clotting
hematocrit blood test test for volume of red blood cells
hematologist person who studies blood
hemoglobin blood test testing iron and hemoglobin
hemophilia genetic disorder in blood clotting
hemostasis stoppage of bleeding
inferior below
leukemia cancer of WBC
lymphadenitis inflammation of lymph glands/nodes
monospot test for mononucleosis
palpation using fingers to press on body to palpate
pathogenic disease producing; fungus, bacteria, virus
percussion use of fingertips to tap body lightly/sharply to check surface below
phagocyte WBC destroys pathogen
phlebotomist blood drawer
pleural effusion fluid or gas in pleural cavity
pneum/o lung
pneumothorax air or gas in pleural cavity; can result in collapsed lung
polycythemia vera too many red blood cells
prothrombin time test measures coagulation
pulmonary edema excessive fluid in lungs
pulmonary embolism blood clot or air bubble in lungs
rales crackling sound during inspiration
ronchi wheezing; sound in asthma or infection
spirometry device used to measure breathing capacity of lungs
stridor high-pitched, noisy breathing sound due to an obstruction
thrombocytopenia too few clotting cells
thromboplastin substance released by platelets
total lung capacity maximum inhalation
vital capacity maximum exhalation
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