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haney chapter 7

medterm chapter 7

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plasma liquid part of blood
dehydration excessive loss of fluid from body tissues
homeostasis relative constancy in the internal environment of the body
angi(o), vascul(o) vessel
cellul(o) little cell or compartment
home(o) sameness, constant
hydr(o) water
calc(i) calcium
kal(i) potassium
natr(o) sodium
shunt means to direct the flow of a body fluid from one cavity or vessel to another
lymph saliva, urine, mucus, spinal fluid, tears, gastric juices, perspiration, pus
edema swelling
electrolytes molecules that conduct electric charge
hydrocephaly abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid
cellular pertaining to cells
intracellular fluid within the cell
extracellular fluid outside the cell
intercellular fluid inside the cell
hydr(o) water
hidr(o) sweat, perspiration
hem(a), hem(o), hemat(o), -emia blood
muc(o) mucus
py(o) pus
sial(o) saliva, salivary glands
ur(o) urine
perspiration sweat
saliva clear fluid produced by the salivary glands
mucus slippery secretion of glands within mucous membranes
pus liquid part of an infection
necrotic death of tissue
cyt(o) cell
fibrin(o) fibrin
-ant that which causes
-ate to cause an action or result of the action
phil(o) attraction
coagul(o) coagulation
-cidal killing
-poietin that which causes production
necr(o) death
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