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TermDefinition
LITHOTRISPY Break down of kidney stones
Xanth/o Yelloish plaques that are slightly raised on the skin surface of the upper and lower eyelids
Distal Situated away from the center of the body, or from the the point of origin; specifically applied to the extremity or distant part of a limb or organ
Proximal Toward the beginning, the nearer of two.
Colonoscope Instrument inserted through the Anus in Oder to examine the colon
Lateral Of, at , toward , or from the side
Medical Relating to the science of medicine, or to the treatment of illness and injuries
Superior Further above or out ; higher in position
Inferior low or lower in position
HPV Human papillomavirus
Polydipsia Abnormally great thirst as a symptom of disease (such as diabetes)
Onychomalacia Abnormal softness of the fingernails or toenails
Scleroderma A chronic connective tissue disease generally classified as one of the autoimmune rhuematic diseases
Dermatome Is an area of skin that is mainly supplied by a single spinal nerve
Dermacyanosis A bluish color of the skin due to insufficient oxygen in the blood
Dystaxia Difficulty in controlling voluntary movements
Myoma A benign tumor of uterine muscle
Myasthenia Weakness and exhaustibility of voluntary muscles
Dyskinesia Impairment of voluntary movements resulting in fragmented or jerky motions
Chondrocyte A connective tissue cell that occupies a lacuna witching the cartilage matrix
Lipid The main constituents of plant and animal cells
Hypo Low, under , beneath , down , or below normal
Itis Inflammation
Emia Blood or pressure of a substance in the blood
Hyper High , beyond , excessive , or above normal
Calc/i Calcium
Kali Potassium
Dacryorrhea Excessive flow of tears
Macrophage A type of white blood cell that ingests foreign material
Ad lib At ones pleasure
Centesis Surgical puncture
Immunopathy Deficient or absent response
Fusci/o Band or fascia
Tomy Act of cutting
Pneumo Pertaining to breathing , respiration , the lungs , phuenmonia or air
SOB Small bowel obstruction
Ectomy Act of cutting out
Physi/o Physiologic ,natural , relating to physics
Fibr/o Fiber
Rraphy Surgical suture
Scapular Shoulder blade
DVR Double -valve replacement
Gastroenterologist Disorders of digestive system
Hypertension High blood pressure
Antepartum Before birth
Pyuria Pus in the urine
Hemat/o Blood
Poiseis Formation
Plasty Formation or plastic repair of
Cyst/o Bladder
Atherosclerosis Is the build up of a waxy plaque on the inside of blood vessels
Plantar Relating to the sole of the foot
Flexion The act of bending it the condition of being
Eversion A turning inside out ; a turning outward
Dorsiflexion Backward flexion or bending as of the hand or foot
Inversion A turning inward , inside out , or other reserval of the normal relation of part
Cubital Pertaining to the elbow
Cranial Pertaining to the cranium or to the head end of the body
Popliteal Pertaining to the area behind the knee
Carpal Pertaining to the carpus , or wrist
Episi Vulva
Trophy Nutrition
Adren Adrenal glands
Are/o A gas; aerial , gassy
-ism A condition
Crypt/o Hidden ; without apparent cause
Cortic/o Cortex or bark
Cystocele Hernia of the bladder, usually into the vagina
Tachypnea Rapid breathing
Intracellular Within a cell or cells
Metr/o The uterus
Cephalodynia Headache
EKG Electrocardiogram
Andr/o Imformal
Megaly Enlarged ; bigness
A phobia Without fear
Stenosis An abnormal narrowing or contraction of a body passage or opening
Sublingual Beneath the tongue
DM Diabetes Mellitus
Athr/o Joint
Cardiomegaly Enlargement of the heart
Irid/o Of the eye
Blopsy Removal and examination usually microscopic
C With
Olfact A unit of odor
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