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Surg Tech Quiz 1

Fundamental Knowledge - I. Basic Sciences - A. Terminology

Adnexa refers to Accessory organs
A drop is denoted by the abbreviation gt
The abbreviation ung refers to Ointment
Proximal is a term that indicates a point Nearer to the body
Adduction Movement toward median plane
Ischemic can be defined as A decreased supply of oxygenated blood to a part or organ
A cystocele is A herniation of the urinary bladder
Nulli is a prefix that means none
False is indicated by the prefix pseudo
Tiny red or purple spots on the skin appearing as the result of small hemorrhages within the dermal or submucosal layers are called petechiae
kerato refers to Horny
The suffix lysis means breaking down
The left eye is indicated by the following letters OS
Tissue death is called Necrosis
The secretion of excessive sweat is also known as diaphoresis
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