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Chapter #s 4,6,11

Chapter #4,, #6, & #11

TermDefinition
DACTYL/O Fingers and toes
COST/O Ribs
CRANI/O Head or skull
FEMOR/O Femur (thigh bone)
TARS/O Ankle
MY/O Muscle
KINESI/O Movement
TON/O Tone
CARP/O Wrist
OSTE/O, OST Bone
CERVIC/O Cervical vertebrae (neck)
TIBI/O Tibia (shin)
LUMB/O Lower back
FASCI/O Fascia
TAX/O Order or coordination
OCUL/O, OPTHALM/O, OPT/O Eye
PHAC/O, PHAK/O Lenses
ACOUS/O Sound
MASTOID/O Mastoid bone
TYMPAN/O, MYRING/O Ear drum
MYOPIA Near sighted
LACRIM/O Tear
CONJUNCTIV/O Clear membrane that covers the eye and lines the eyelid
CYCL/O Ciliary body
SALPING/O Eustachian tube
HYPEROPIA Far sighted
DACRYOHEMORRHEA Blood in the tears
HYPERACUSIS Excessively sensitive hearing
OTORRHEA Discharge from the ear
EXOPHTHALMUS Protrusion of the eyes out of the eye socket
GLAUCOMA Eye disease causing loss of vision by damaging the optic nerve
PRESBYOPIA Decreased vision caused by old age
XEROPTHALMIA Dry eyes
PRESBYCUSIS Loss of hearing in old age
OPTOMYOMETER Device used to measure strength of eye muscles
TINNITUS Ringing in ears
CATARACT Opacity (cloudiness) of the eye lens
OD Oculus dexter (right eye)
OU Oculus uterque (both eyes)
OS Oculus sinister (left eye)
OR/O, STOMAT/O Mouth
GINGIV/O Gums
ESOPHAG/O Esophagus
DUODEN/O Duodenum (first section of the small intestine) means twelve (it's length is about the same width as 12 fingers)
ILE/O Ileum (third section of the small intestine) means groin (located in the lower abdomen)
SIGMOID/O Sigmoid colon (located at the end of the colon before the rectum begins) and has an "S" shape
BIL/I,CHOL/E Bile (gall) is a substance produced in the liver that is required for the body to digest food
HYPEREMESIS Excessive vomiting
EGD Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (procedure for looking inside the esophagus, stomach, or duodenum)
LUQ Left upper quadrant
DENT/O, ODONT/O Tooth
GLOSS/O Tongue
ENTER/O Small instestine
JEJUN/O Jejunum (second section of the small intestine) means empty (found empty during dissections)
COL/O, COLON/O Colon (large intestine)
PROCT/O Anus and rectum
APHAGIA Inability to eat
LAPROSCOPE Instrument for looking inside the abdomen
ERCP Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography
RUQ Right upper quadrant
Created by: DGarland