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Body structure S/DP

TermDefinition
Infusion therapy Delivery of fluids directly into the blood stream through vein Used to treat electrolyte imbalance dehydration cancer and pain
Ablation Removal of a part. Pathway or function
Cauterize Destruction of tissue Electricity freezing heat corrosive chemicals
Curettage Scraping of a body cavity with a spoon shaped instrument called a curette
Incision and Drainage (I&D) Incision made to withdraw fluids from wound of cavity
Resection Removal of part of all of a structure organ or tissue
Blood chemistry analysis Determine if serum is within normal range
Complete Blood Count (CBC) Panel of blood test Anemia's Infections
Computed Tomography (CT) X-ray emitter rotates computer measure intensity Tumor masses Bone displacement
Fluoroscopy X-rays directed through the body to a fluorescent screen displays internal structures moving Heart
Magnetic residence imaging (MRI) Produce highly detailed views on tissues
Positron emission tomography (PET) Records the positrons emitted from a radiopharmaceutical to create images of metabolic activity of body tissues Brain tumors episode stroke Alzheimer's
Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) Injected into blood stream to visualize blood flow to tissues and organs
Ultrasonography High frequency sound waves directed at soft tissue monitor of internal body structure
Created by: Nachure18