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Ch.1 & 2 A/P/MT

Exam 1 Questions for Anatomy, Physiology, and Medical Terminolog- Ch. 1 & 2

-graph the instrument for recording
-graphy the process of recording
A pathologist studies.... cells and diseases
A histologist studies..... tissues
The main organs of the Right Upper Quadrant liver and gallbladder
The main organs of the Left Upper Quadrant stomach
The main organs of the Right Lower Quadrant appendix
The main organs of the Left Lower Quadrant rectum
Superficial towards the surface of the skin
Deep further away from the surface of the skin
a- without
A suffix indicates..... a condition, disease, and procedure
The four types of connective tissue are..... - Bone, - Cartilage - Tendons - Adipose
Anatomical position - Standing Erect - Arms at side of body - Palms facing forward - Feet and toes pointing forwards
Main contents of the Dorsal Cavity Cranial Cavity - brain Spinal Cavity - spinal cord
Main contents of the Thoracic Cavity - Lungs - Heart
Main contents of the Abdominopelvic Cavity - Small and large intestines - Bladder - Ovaries - Uterus - Prostate
Nine anatomical divisons of the abdomen 1. Right Hypochondriac 2. Epigastric 3. Left Hypochrondriac 4. Right Lumbar 5. Umbilical 6. Left Lumbar 7. Right Iliac 8. Hypogastric 9. Left Iliac
Parts of the Integumentary System - Skin - Hair - Nails - Sweat Glands - Sebaceous Glands
Endocrine System composed of.... Glands
aden/o gland
adipose fat
-algia pain
anti- against
anterior front
brady- slow
Cells are... basic unit of all living things
chondr/o cartilage
Consultation report A report given to a specialist by another doctor who requested to evaluate and to obtain an opinion about the paitent.
Coronal plane Vertically divides body front (anterior) and back (posterior)
dys- painful, difficult, abnormal
-ectomy surgical removal
endocrinologist A doctor who studies glands and hormones
gastroenterology The study of the G.I. tract
-gram record
gastr/o stomach
gynecologist A doctor who studies the female reproductive system
hemat/o blood
hyper- over, above
inferior towards feet
Internalist General doctor for adults
-itis inflammation
lateral towards side
-logy study of....
-malacia abnormal softening
nephr/o kidney
neurologist A doctor who studies the nervous system
ophthalmogist A doctor who studies the eye
-otomy cutting into
pathology report removed tissue removed from paitent
ophthalm/o eye
-plasty surgical repair
posterior behind, back
procotologist A doctor who studies the rectum
prone positon lying horizonatally facing downward
pseudo- false
retro- backward, behind
sagittal vertically divides the body into left and right sections
superior toward head
supine positon lying horizontally facing upward
surgical report The surgeon's report on the paitent's surgery
-uria conditon of the urine
urologist A doctor who studies the Urinary System
ventral front or belly side
Created by: DougieFresh54