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Ch. 2 vocab

Afebrile (AY-FEH-brail) to not have a fever
QHS at night, from the Latin phrase quaque hora somni, which means "each night at the hour of sleep"
PERRLA pupils are equal, round, and reactive to light and accommodation
PHMx past medical history
Sequelae (she-KWEL-ah) a problem resulting from a disease or injury
Lethargic (lah-THAR-jik) a decrease in level of consciousness; in a medical record, this is generally an indication that the patient is really sick
Palliative (PA-lee-ah-tiv) treating the symptoms, but not actually getting rid of the cause
Prophylaxis (PROH-fuh-LAK-sis) preventative treatment
Percussion (per-KUH-shun) to listen
Unremarkable (un-ree-MARK-ah-bul) another way of saying normal
Created by: Jacquis21