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Mt.Sac Medl Term # 1

Mt. Sac Med Term # 1

TermDefinition
aden/o gland
atelectasis collapse of the lung tissue affecting part or all of the lung
hepat/o liver
empyema condition in which pus and fluid from infected tissue collected in body cavity
-algia pain
esophagus passage extending from the pharynx to the stomach
-itis inflammation
electrocardiogram ECG/EKG
enter/o intestine
radiology The science dealing with x-rays and other high energy radiation
-penia deficiency
dys- pain, bad, difficult
allograft transplant tissue from one person to another person
a-, an- not, without
antepartum before birth
-emesis vomiting
osteomalacia softening of the bone
myel/o marrow
laparoscope a scope for examining the peritoneal cavity
pathologist a physician specializing in the study of disease
comat/o deep sleep
antibiotics used to treat bacterial infections
subcutaneous beneath the skin
RUQ right upper quadrant
RLL right lower lobe
hyper- above, excessive
Created by: PRO Teacher rbarba