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AHD1010Ch.11Mayo

GI Terms

TermDefinition
gloss/o tongue
proct/o anus or rectum
jejunum second part of the small intestines
ileum third part of the small intestines
large intestine consists of the colon and rectum
enter/o lower GI tract
gastroenterology specialist of the stomach and intestines
duoden/o duodenum
sial/o salivary glands
chol/e gallbaldder
cholecystalgia gall bladder pain
aerodontalgia toothache due to high altitudes
gingivostomatitis gum/mouth inflammation
glossoplegia paralysis of the tongue
ondontoclasis breaking of a tooth
Stomatomycosis fungus of mouth
esophagitis inflammation of the esophagus
peritonitis inflammation of the lining of the abdominal cavity
hepatosclerosis hardening of the liver
cholangioma gall bladder vessel tumor
cholelithiasis gall bladder stones
cirrhosis yellow liver disease
odontectomy tooth removal
ileorectal anastomosis creation of opening between the ileum and rectum
celiotomy incision into the abdomen
cholelithotripsy crushing of gall bladder stones
PEJ Percutaneous endoscopic jejunostomy
EGD Esophagogastroduodenoscopy
Created by: jrmayo