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Anatomy Chapters 6&7

Anatomy Review 6&7

5 Types of Leukocytes? Basophils, Eosinophils, Neutrophils, Monocytes, Lymphocytes
Fluid portion of the blood? Plasma
What is Serum? clear sticky fluid after clotting
Blood type of Universal donor O+
Blood type of Universal Recipient AB+
Virus that causes Mononucleosis Epstein-Barr
Lymph Nodes in the neck are called? Cervical
Lymph Nodes in the underarm? Axillary
Lymph Nodes in the groin Inguinal
What are adenoids made of? Where are they located? Lymph tissue Nasal pharynx
6 Major organs of the respiratory system Nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchia tubes, and lungs
3 parts of the pharynx Upper nasopharynx, oropharynx, laryngopharynx
Purpose of the diaphragm Divides the thoracic and abdominal cavity Main muscle of inspiration
What tube connects the pharynx and bronchi? Trachea
What does a cytology test check for? cancerous cells
What does a culture and sensitivity check for? allergens
suffix for surgical repair -plasty
surgical removal of -ectomy
suffix for tumor -oma
Lay man's tern for the trachea Windpipe
Lay man's term for the larynx Voicebox
Agglutin/o clumping
anemia reduction in number of red cells
Apnea condition of not breathing
Atelectasis collapsed lung
bronchitis inflammation of the bronchi
Croup barking cough res infection in small children
dyspnea labored breathing
Empyema pus within plural space, usually a result from infection
epistaxis Nose Bleed
Fibrin thrombin and fibrogen helps clot blood
Hemophilia prolonged blood clotting (hereditary)
Hemostasis to stop the bleeding in tissue
inferior below
Lymphadenitis swollen glands
Monospot test of mononucleosis
pathogenic disease bearing organisms, virus, bacteria and fungus
Phagocyte component of WBC destroys pathogens
Phlebotomist Vein Specialist
Pleural effusion fluid or gas in pleural cavity
Pneum/o Lung
Pneumothorax air of gas in pleural cavity causing a collapsed lung
Polycythemia vera too many red blood cells in bone marrow
Prothrombin time test time it takes for blood to coogulate
Pulmonary edema lung tissue retains fuid - labored breathing
Pulmonary embolism blood clot of air bubble in pulmonary artery or it's branches
rhonchi wheezing, musical like sound in the chest, asthma or infection
spirometry Using a device to measure breathing capacity of lungs
stridor high pitched sound when breathing from obstruction in larynx or bronchus
thrombopenia too few clotting cells (thrombocytes)
thromboplastin substance released by platelets; produces thrombine
Total lung capacity max inhalation
Suffix for the record of -gram
Combining form for chest Thorac/o
Combining form for lymph node/gland Lymphaden/o
Combining form for lymph vessels Lymphangi/o
Active acquired immunity Vaccines
Atelectasis Collapsed lung tissue
Hematocrit blood test Measures RBC in blood
Hemoglobin blood test Measures hemoglobin and iron in blood
Vital capcity Inspirations reserve volume, tidal volume, and expiritory volume
Passageway for air from pharynx to the bronchi Larynx
Suffix for too few -penia
Suffix for blood condition -emia
Suffix for more than normal number of cells -cytosis
Thromb/o Clot
Created by: Kbowers