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What is another term for Dorsal? Posterior
What is another term for Ventral? Anterior
Name the two Dorsal Cavities Cranial and Spinal
Name the Ventral Cavities Thoracic, Abdominal, Pelvic, Abdominopelvic
Define the f.f abbreviations (4 Quadrants) RUQ: LUQ: RLQ: LLQ: Right Upper Quadrant Left Upper Quadrant Right Lower Quadrant Left Lower Quadrant
Identify the Regions 1.Pertaining to the Umbilicus (navel): Umbilical Region
2.Above the stomach: Epigastric
3.Beneath the umbilicus (navel): Hypogastric Region
4.On the left lower side near the groin (ileus): Left Inguinal Region or Left Iliac
5.On the right middle side near the waist: Right Lumbar Region
List the f.f structures: 1. Cell: Cyt/o
2. Nuclues: Kary/o, Nucle/o
3.Tissue: Hist/o
List the CF’s for position and direction: 1. anterior, front: Anter/o
2. middle: medi/o
3. Lower, below: infer/o
4. side, to one side: Later/o
5. back (of body), behind, posterior: Dors/o ,poster/o
List the CF’s for regions of the body: 1. Stomach: Gastr/o
2. Chest: Thorac/o
3. Cranium (skull): Crani/o
4. pelvis: pelv/i or pelv/o
5. Abdomen: abdomin/o
6. loins(lower back): Lumb/o
List the CF’s for color: 1. red: eryhtr/o
2. white: leuk/o
3. black: melan/o
4. blue cyan/o
5. Yellow cirrh/o ,jaund/o, xanth/o
List other CF’s: 1. dry: xer/o
2. extremity: acr/o
3. internal organs: viscer/o
4. disease path/o
5. Unknown, peculiar: idi/o
Destruction of white cells: Leukocytolysis
Pertaining to coccyx: coccyg/eal
resembling red: eryhtr/oid
tumor of black cells: melan/oma
Pertaining to the neck: cervic/al
Abnormal condition of yellow(ness): cirrh/osis
abnormal condition of blue(ness): cyan/osis
pertaining to the loins lumb/ar
pertaining to a disease of unknown: idio/path/ic
pertaining to the body: somat/ic
specialist in the study of disease: path/ologist
pertaining to internal organs: viscer/al
white cell: leuko/cyte
pain in stomach: gastralgia/ gastrodynia
instrument to measure the cranium: crani/o/meter
enlargement of internal organs: viscer/omegaly
incision of the chest: thorac/otomy
study of tissues: hist/ology
record of an x-ray: radi/o/gram
pertaining to a deficient color: hypo/chrom/ic
adhesion: abnormal fibrous band binding tissues that are normally seperated
inflammation: body defense against injury and disease
febrile: feverish, pertaining to a fever
morbid: deceased, unhealthy
sepsis: presence of pathogens in blood or other tissues.
suppurative: producing, or pertaining to the generation to pus.
Visual examination of an organ or cavity Endoscopy
record of sound: sono/gram
process of recording(images using frequencies) beyond sounds: ultra/son/o/graphy
instrument to cut skin: derm/a/tome
instrument for examining bronchi: bronchi/scope
visual examination within the body: endo/scopy
pertaining to through the abdomen: trans/abdomin/al
hemat/o/logy study of the blood
instrument for measuring heat: therm/o/meter
specialist in the study of x-rays: radio/logist
morpho form, structure, shape
surgical puncture of abdomen abdominocentesis
Created by: diosabel