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Vocab 1 & 2

Chapter One & Two Vocab

TermDefinition
Adipose type of connective tissue
Anuria urine suppression
Auditory pertaining to hearing
Cephalic toward head, above
Coronal vertical plane, dividing anterior and posterior
Crural pertaining to leg
Cytoplasm watery internal environment of a cell
Dystrophy loss of tissue
Electrocardiogram record of electrical activity of heart
Epigastric above stomach
Gastroenterologist Doctor specializing in gastrointestinal tract
Hospice group of healthcare providers specializing in the dying
Hypochondriac pertaining to under cartilage
Opthalmologist specializing in the eye
Orthopedic specializing in the musculskeletal system
Peritoneal pertaining to peritoneum
Physiatrist nerve, muscle and bone Doctors that specialize in how you move
Physiology the study of how our cells, muscles and organs work together
Proctologist specializes in rectum
Prone lying horizontal, facing down
Proximal closest point to attachment to body
Pulmonary pertaining to lung
Quadripilegia paralysis of all extremities
Rhinoplasty plastic surgery of the nose
Sagittal Plane vertical plane, divided into left and right sections
Supine lying horizontally, facing upward
Thoracic pertaining to the chest
Transverse divides into superior (upper) and inferior (lower) sections - horizontal plane
Vertebra each of the series of small bones forming the backbone
Vesceral pertaining to viscera or internal organs
Created by: imani.kang