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Medical Terminology

Unit 5 Cardiovascular System - Word Building Assignment

slow heartbeat bradycardia
incision into a vein phlebotomy
rupture of a blood vessel angiorrhexix
inflammation of an artery arteritis
removal of an embolus from a vessel embolectomy
cholesterol-lipid-calcium deposits in the wall of arteries atherosclerosis
narrowing that impairs blood flow from the left ventricle aorta;aortic aortostenosis
infuse blood our blood products transfuse
surgical puncture of the pericardium pericardiocentesis
restore normal sinus rhythm (heartbeat) cardioversion
infection or inflammation of the heart valves endomyopathy
multiple angiomata of the blood vessels hemangiomatosis
imaging procedure with injection of contrast medium into the cardiac ventricles ventriculogram
breaking up of a thrombus thrombolysis
abnormally rapid heart rate tachycardia
aortic rupture aortoclasia
stone in a vein phlebolith
having a hard firm texture scleroid
diagnostic or therapeutic radiography of the blood bessesl angiography
Created by: jaicasha