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wk 5 term

terminology week 5

Anatomy structure of body
Physiology function of body
Lateral to the side
Proximal nearest to attachment
Anhidrosis no sweating
Hyperhidrosis abnormal or increased perspiration
cautery distroy tissue by heat
cryosurgery use of freezing to remove tissue
systemic effecting the entire body
atraumatic without trauma
Dressing apply directly to wound
bandages support dressing
anesthetic numbness agent
Laceration jagged tare
Exudate puss
poli/o gray
jaund/o yellow
chlor/o green
cyan/o blue
leuk/o white
eosin/o red, rosy, dawn
fusc/o dark brown
purpur/i purple
erythr/o red
xanth/o yellow
v1 rsb 4th ics
v4 mcl 5th ics
v5 between v4 and v6, 5th ics
v6 mal 5th ics
ecg electrocardiogram
gray poli/o
yellow jaund/o
green chlor/o
blue cyan/o
white leuk/o
red, rosy, dawn eosin/o
dark brown fusc/o
purple purpur/i
red erythr/o
yellow xanth/o
Created by: Seanmorrone