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MED 104 Mrs.D

Flashcard Ch. 13 & 14

QuestionAnswer
bronchus windpipe
bronch/i- bronchus
pharynx throat
pulmon- lung
rale rattle
spir- to breathe
-meter measure
thorac- chest
ventil- wind
epistaxis nosebleed
sinus- sinus
-pnea breathe
phon- voice
voc- voice
expiration breathe out
inspiration breathe in
pleur- pleura
-isy inflammation
cyan/o- dark blue
eu- normal
atelectasis collapse of part of a lung
pneum/o- air; lung
thora- chest
dilat- expand
muscul/o- muscle
skelet- skeleton
orth/o- straight
ped- child
oste/o- bone
tendon sinew
-genesis creation
-por- opening
-malacia abnormal softness
myel- bone marrow
-penia deficient
nonunion failure of healing of fracture
malunion fracture fail to heal together correctly
fract- break
articul- joint
abduction move away from midline
adduction move toward midline
arthr/o- joint
burs- bursa; closed sac around the joint containing synovial fluid
phalang/e- phalanx
atrophy wasting away
ten/o- tendon
vertebr- vertebra
carp- bones of the wrist
phalanx phalanges (pl) bone of a finger or toe
necrosis death
patella kneecap
respiratoy pertaining to breathe
carpal pertaining to the bones of the wrist
intervertebral pertaining to between the vertebrae
tendonitis inflammation of the tendon
phalangeal pertaining to the phalanges
bursitis inflammation of the bursa
fracture result of a break
orthopedist specialist of straight child; one who specializes in the correction and cure of deformities and diseases of the musculoskeletal system
osteogenesis creation of bone
osteoblast bone forming cell
osteoclast bone destroying cell
arthritis inflammation of the joint
osteomyelitis inflammation of the bone and bone marrow
osteoporosis condition of openings in the bone; condition in which the bones become more porous, brittle, and fragile and more likely to fracture
osteopenia deficient in bone
osteomalacia abnormal softening of the bone
periosteum structure around the bone
diaphysis shaft of a long bone
epiphysis area at the proximal and distal ends of the long bones where ligaments and tendons are attached
pneumoectomy surgical removal of a lung
lobectomy surgical removal of a lobe of the lung
fracture result of to break
ventilator device that breathes for the patient
ventilation movement of gases into and out of the lungs
respiration process again to breathe
apnea absence of respirations
dyspnea difficulty breathing
pulmonary pertaining to the lungs
pneumonectomy surgical removal of a lung
eupnea normal breathing
endotracheal pertaining to inside the trachea
lobectomy surgical removal of a lob of the lungs
Created by: Mrs.Debo
 

 
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