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Chapter 1 & 2 study

Test preparation for A&P Chapters 1 & 2 (Core week 1)

-graph an instrument for recording
-graphy the process of recording
pathologist sutdies disease and cells
histologist studies tissue
primary organs of the RUQ liver, gallbladder
primary organs of the LUQ stomach
primary organs of the RLQ appendix
primary organs of the LLQ rectum
a- without
What does a suffix indicate? condition, disease, or procedure
Four types of connective tissue? adipose, bone, cartilage, tendons
describe the anatomical position erect, facing forward, palms up, feet forward
main contents of the dorsal cavity? cranial cavity (brain), spinal cavity (spinal cord)
Main contents of the thoracic cavity? heart and lungs
main contents of the abdominopelvic cavity? small and large intestines, bladder, prostate, uterus, ovaries
main parts of the integumentary system? 1.skin 2.hair 3.nails 4.sweat glands 5.sebaceous glands
What is the endocrine system composed of? glands
aden/o gland
adipose fat, connective tissue, provides padding
-algia pain
anti- against
anterior front or belly side
brady- slow
cell basic unit of life
chondr/o cartilage
consultation report report given by a doctor who's opinion has been asked
coronal (plane) divides body into anterior and posterior sections
dorsal back
dys- painful, abnormal, difficult
-ectomy surgical removal
endocrinologist doctor who studies glands and hormones
gastroenterology study of the GI system
-gram record
hemat/o blood
hyper over
inferior towards the feet
internist general medical doctor for adults
lateral to the side
-malacia abnormal softening
nephr/o kidney
neurologist doctor who specializes in the nervous system
pathology report report given by pathologist about tissue removed from patient
-plasty surgical repair
posterior back
proctologist specializes in rectum
retro- backward, behind
sagittal (plane) divides body to left and right sections
superior towards the head
surgical report report on patient's surgery
-uria condition of the urine
urologist doctor specialized in the urinary system and male reproductive system
ventral front
adipose connective tissue (fat)
anuria complete suppression of urine
auditory pertaining to hearing
cephalic toward head
crural pertaining to the leg
cytoplasm watery internal environment of a cell
dystrophy abnormal development
electrocardiogram record of electrical activity of the heart
epigastric upper middle abdomen
gastroenterologist doctor specializing in the GI system
hospice organized group of healthcare workers providing supportive treatment to terminally ill patients and their families
hypochondriac under the cartilage
peritoneal pertaining to the peritoneum
psychiatrist doctor specialized in diagnosiing and treating mental disorders
psychology study of human behavior and thought process
proximal closest to point of attachment to body
quadriplegia/tetraplegia paralysis of all four limbs
thoracic pertaining to chest
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