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Medical Terminology

Unit 6 - Self Assessment - Digestive System

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This word means incision into the abdominal wall. Lapartomy endoscopy, laparotomy, laparascopoe lapartomy
The medical term for gallbladder is: a. cholecyst, b. choledoch, c. bile sac, d. choleduct cholecyst
Feces are stored in the ___________ prior to defecation. sigmoid colon, anus, rectum. cecum rectum. ----- the rectum is the storage area for feces. The rectum leads to the anus, which is the external opening at the end of the digestive system. Feces are evacuated through the anus.
Which medical term means inflammation of the rectum and anus? proctitis rectitis proctitis
The first part of the small intestine is called the: jejunum, ileum, duodenum, colon duodenum
Which one is a condition of the liver? Cirrhosis, Proctosis, Pylorus, Cholecysitits Cirrhosis
Which medical term means stomach pain? Duodenalgia, Gingivalgia, Enteralgia, Gastralgia Gastralgia
Which choice means vomiting? Hyperphagia, emesis, esophageal retroversion, endosis emesis
Which is NOT a function of the digestive system? Distribute nutrients, digest food, absorb nutrient, eliminate solid waste Distribute nutrients
Chron's disease often affects the : Stomach, Duodenum, Ileum, Common bile duct. Ileum
Created by: jaicasha