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Health Records

Word Parts, Terms and Abbreviations

TermDefinition
QID four times daily, from Latin phrase quarter in die, which means "each day"
BID twice daily, from the Latin phrase bis in die, which means "two in a day"
coronal plane divides the body into slices from front to back. corona is Latin for crown; this plane divides the body in half from the top of the head down
sagittal plane divides the body into slices right to left; sagitta is Latin for arrow; think of this as dividing the body in half as if someone shot an arrow through it
transverse plane divides the body from top to bottom
sequelae result of disease/injury
pathogen organism that causes the disease
lesion diseased tissue
FHx family history
SOAP acronym that stands for the four general parts of a medical note. Subjective, Objective, Assessment, and Plan
Created by: bmack10