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6&7 test study

QuestionAnswer
Define Percussion beating onto body to determine sound/structure below.
Platelets release clotted substance called _____? Thromboplastin
Define Pneumothorax Collection of air or gas in pleural cavity
Blood Type: Universal Donor O
Blood Type: Universal Recipient AB
Define Apnea No Breathing
Pneum/o Lung
Medical Term for Lymph Tumor Lymphoma
Define Spirometry Measures Lung Capacity
Define Epistasix Nose Bleed
Medical Term for Windpipe Trachea
Foreign Substance that activates Immune System Antigen
What are the Organs of the Respiratory System? Nasal Cavity Pharynx Larynx Trachea Bronchial Tubes Lungs
What is the mucus lining of the the respiratory tract called? Mucus
Large Muscle Important for Respiratory System Diaphragm
Inflammation of the Lymph Gland Lymphadenitis
Define Rhinoplasty Surgical repair of the nose
Testing for Malignant cells in sputum Sputum Cytology
Define Hematologist Doctor who studies the hematic system
define rails Crackling sound during inspiration
Record of lymph vesicles lymphangiogram
what causes mononucleosis? Epsteen-Barr Virus
Define Empyema Pus within plural space
Lymph node in groin are called ______ lynguinal
lung tissue retains excessive fluid pulmonary edema
Define Tracheotomy Making and incision in trachea
Define Hemophilia hereditary bleeding disease
define Dyspenea Painful breathing
Define Trachiostenosis Narrowing of the trachea
Define croup Barking cough in children
What is the test that measures all properties of blood Complete blood count (CBC)
Blood transfusion from a different person homologous
Rhynorrhea Nasal Discharge
Lymph nodes in the armpit are called _____? axillary
define hemostasis stoppage of bleeding
liquid portion of blood plasma
vital capacity total volume of air that can be exhaled after maximum inhalation
define pathenogenic disease producing
define atelectasis lung tissue collapse
define thoracalgia chest pain
name the lymphoid tissue located in nasal pharynx behind nose adenoids
excessive increase in abnormal WBC Leukemia
define hematocrit blood test to measure volume of RBC's
passage airway from pharynx to bronchi larynx
mononeucleosis test mono spot
Define splenectomy surgical removal of spleen
example of active acquired immunity contracting disease through vaccine
Define Serum Clear Sticky fluid that remains after clotting
which of the 3 sections of the pharynx is the most inferior larygopharynx
5 types of leukocytes basophils eosinophils neutrophils monocytes lymphocyte
Define Polycythemia vera to many RBC's
medical term for voice box larynx
Define Thoracotomy making incision into chest cavity
Rhin/o nose
define bronchioscopy visually examine bronchi
define thrombocytopenia decrease in platelets (too few clotting cells)
aggluten/o clumping
where does O2 and CO2 exchange happen? alvioli
name of lymph nodes located in chest cervical
what are the major organs of the respiratory system? nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, bronchi, trachea, lungs
what is the purpose of the diaphragm? inspiration
what does a cytology test check for? cancer
what does a culture and sensitivity check for? allergies
lymphaden/o lymph gland
lymphangi/o lymph vessel
Created by: jlawrence4717