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Medical Terms

Week 2-Discussion

TermDefinition
Hemolysis Hemo-lysis The rupture or destruction of red blood cells.
Ostomy Ost-omy An artificial opening in an organ of the body.
Gingivitis Gingiv-itis Inflammation of the gums.
Superior Super-ior Pertaining to above
Cephalic Cephal-ic Pertaining to the head
Hypogastric Hypo-gastric Pertaining to the lower abdominal region
Ventral Ventr-al Pertaining to the belly (front)
Dorsal Dors-al Pertaining to the back
Anatomy Anat-omy A study of the structure of internal
Inferior Infer-ior Pertaining to below
Pancreaitis Pancrea-itis Inflammation of the pancreas
Created by: Demantay