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11/24 GI LIST

GASTROINTESTINAL TERMS

TermDefinition
GASTRORRHAGIA EXCESSIVE DISCHARGE FROM STOMACH
CHOLELITHIASIS STONES IN GALLBLADDER, GALLBLADDER STONES
ESOPHAGOCELE SWELLING, HERNIA IN THE ESOPHAGUS
COLOSTOMY SURGICAL OPENING IN THE COLON
GASTRORRHAPHY SUTURING OF THE STOMACH
GASTRODUODENOSTOMY SURGICAL OPENING BETWEEN THE STOMACH AND DUODENUM
GASTROPTOSIS ABNORMAL FALLING OF STOMACH AND DISPLACMENT OF OTHER ORGANS
GASTROENTEROSTOMY SURGICAL OPENINB BETWEEN THE STOMACH AND THE INTESTINE
PHARYNGITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE PHARYNX
GASTROCOLITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE STOMACH AND COLON
GASTROPLASTY SURGICAL REPAIR OF THE STOMACH
CHOLEDOCHOSTENOSIS NARROWING OF THE COMMON BILE DUCT
COLONMEGALIA ENLARGED COLON
CHOLECYSTOCENTESIS SURGICAL PUNCTURE OF THE GALLBLADDER
PROCTOSCOPE INSTRUMENT TO VIEW THE RECTUM
APHAGIA NOT ABLE TO SWALLOW
DYSPHAGIA DIFFICULTY TO SWALLOW
ILEOCECAL PERTAINING TO ILEUM AND CECUM
ESOPHAGECTASIS DILATATION OF THE ESOPHAGUS
SIALADENECTOMY SURGICAL FIXATION OF THE INTESTINES
CHOLEDOCHOLITHASIS STONES PRESENCE IN THE COMMON BILE DUCT
ENTEROPEXY Surgical fixation of intestine to abnormal wall
Created by: healthjuniors