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Oral Quiz #6

Medical Terminology

Cephalic pertaining to the head, or to the head end of the body.
Cephalitis encephalitis. (Inflammation of the brain)
Cervical of or relating to the neck (of or relating to the narrow necklike passage forming the lower end of the uterus)
Cervicectomy Excision of the cervix of the uterus
Cheilitis inflammation of the lips. (chapped lips)
Cheilosis A condition characterized by dry scaling and fissuring of the lips, attributed by some clinicians to riboflavin deficiencies and other nutritional requirements.
Chiromegaly A condition characterized by abnormally large hands
Cholecystogram a radiograph of the gallbladder made after ingestion or injection of a radiopaque substance
Chondrofibroma a fibroma with cartilaginous elements. Fibroma a tumor composed mainly of fibrous or fully developed connective tissue.
Costophrenic angle the angle between the costal and diaphragmatic parietal pleura as they meet at the costodiaphragmatic line of pleura reflection. Used as a synonym in radiology to identify the costodiaphragmatic recess
Cranial of or relating to the skull or cranium
Craniotomy surgical opening into the skull
Cystoscope an instrument inserted into the urethra for examining the urinary bladder.
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