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Ch 11 S Term

Acquiring Medical Language

aerodontalgia tooth pain caused by exposure to air (pressure)
aphagia inability to eat
dentalgia tooth pain
dyspepsia bad digestion
esophagalgia pain in the esophagus
eupepsia good digestion
gastralgia stomach pain
gastrodynia stomach pain
gingivalgia gum pain
gingivostomatitis inflammation of the mouth and gums
hematemesis vomiting blood
hyperemesis excessive vomiting
odontalgia tooth pain
odontodynia tooth pain
stomatitis inflammation of the mouth
stomatodynia mouth pain
constipation difficulty passing feces
diarrhea passing of fluid or unformed feces
dysentery another name for diarrhea
enterodynia pain in the intestines
hemorrhoid inflammation of the veins surrounding the anus
rectalgia rectal pain
cholecystalgia pain in the gallbladder
cholemesis vomiting bile
jaundice yellowing of the skin, tissue, and fluids caused by increased levels of bilirubin in the blood
icterus another name for jaundice
sialorrhea excessive salivation
Created by: DarrinWan