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medical terminology

QuestionAnswer
palpebr eyelid
hallux big toe
myco fungus
plexus braid
vaso vessel
onych nail, claw
plasia development
emesis vomitting
thalam inner chamber
cilia eyelash
celio abdomen
contra counter, against
colpo hollow, vagina
acousti hearing
aur ear
rug wrinkle, fold, crease
pyle, pyloro gate
bili bile
semen seed
lobo section
lact milk
iasis condition
mening membrane
ren kidney
cor heart
viscero organ
trans through, across
orchi testis
cec blind passage
macul spot
pexy suspension
onco tumor
or mouth
phleb vein
spiro coil
brady slow
histo tissue
sphenic wedge
anti against
vesic bladder
thorac chest
ectasis expansion
cheil lip
cele hernia
odont teeth
lacrim tear
salpingo tube
cantho angle at the end of the eyelid
benign mild, not cancerous
phon voice, sound
leio smooth
squam scale
ovar egg
umbilic navel
dendr tree, branching
myring eardrum
pilo hair
stoma mouth
tympan eardrum
cauda tail
spondyl spinal column, vertebrae
lingua language
physio nature
encephal brain
esthesia sensation
bucco cheek
collarbone clavicle
what does the tendon do connects muscle to bone
breastbone sternum
back of body dorsal
term for body not hanging axial
term for body hanging appendicular
side temples temporal
wrist bones carpal
kneecap patella
point of the elbow olecranon process
what does cartilage do creates smooth surface for motion
surgical fracture of a bone to correct a deformity osteoclasis
cheekbones zygomatic
tailbone coccyx
3 types of muscle smooth, cardiac, skeletal
sound heard when ends of broken bone move together crepitation
heelbone calcaneous
front of body ventral
what does fascia do cover and seperate muscles
shoulder blade scapula
what do muscles do make body movement possible
what do ligaments do connect one bone to another
what does bone marrow do create blood cells
kyph/o hump
ankyl/o bent, stiff, crooked
lower jaw mandible
bone on big toe side tibia
above tailbone sacral
upper arm humerous
funny bone ulna
bone just below urinary bladder pubis
upper thigh femur
hip socket acetabulum
bone on small toe side fibula
upper jaw maxilla
what do joints do work with muscles to make motion
fracture where ends of bone are crushed together comminuted
bunion hallux valgus
thumbside radius
opening in which blood vessels, nerves and ligaments pass foramen
upper sternum manubrium
lower back of skull occipital
upper back of skull parietal
back of the neck cervical vertebrae
front of skull frontal
low back pain lumbago
transplant using bone marrow from donor allogenic
pronation palm down
secondary bone cancer metastasis
shaft of a long bone diaphysis
club foot talipes
partial displacement of bone from its joints subluxation
pulling force on distal end of affected limb traction
footbone metatarsal
what does bursa do cushions area subject to friction during movement
lord/o bent backwards, forward curvature
scoli/o curved
depression going down
elevation going up
extension straightening joint
flexion bending of joint
plantaflexion toes down
dorsiflexion toes up
circumduction making a circle
BMT bone marrow transplant
CR closed reduction
TMJ temporal mandibular joint
Fx fracture
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