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Mohammed/Chapter11

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or/o, mean mouth.
stomat/o mean mouth.
dent/o, mean tooth.
odont/o x mean tooth.
gingiv/o means gum
gloss/o, mean tongue.
lingu/o x mean tongue.
esophag/o means esophagus.
gastr/o means stomach.
enter/o means intestine.
duoden/o means duodenum.
jejun/o means jejunum.
ile/o means ileum.
col/o, mean colon.
colon/o mean colon.
sigmoid/o means sigmoid colon.
rect/o rectum
an/o means anus.
sial/o means saliva.
bil/i, mean bile.
chol/e mean bile.
abdomin/o, mean abdomen.
celi/o, mean abdomen.
lapar/o mean abdomen.
cyst/o means bladder.
doch/o means duct.
hepat/o, mean liver.
hepatic/o mean liver.
pancreat/o means pancreas.
peritone/o means peritoneum.
BE – barium enema
NGT – nasogastric tube
BM – bowel movement
N&V – nausea and vomiting
EGD – esophagogastroduodenoscopy
ERCP – endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography
EUS – endoscopic ultrasound
FOBT – fecal occult blood test
LFT – liver function test
GB – gallbladder
GI – gastrointestinal
UGI – upper gastrointestinal
GERD – gastroesophageal reflux disease
PUD – peptic ulcer disease
NGT – nasogastric tube
NPO – nothing by mouth (nihil per os)
PEG – percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy
PEJ – percutaneous endoscopic jejunos
LUQ left upper quadrant
RUQ – right upper quadrant
LLQ left lower quadrant
RLQ – right lower quadrant
Ascites an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen
fecal occult blod test it is a test to detect microscopic blood in the stool .
peritoneum it is a membrane that lining the wall of the abdomen
hernia bulge or protrusion of an organ through the structure or muscle that usually contains it.
accessory organ structure that assist the functionality of other organs in a system
chyme the semifluid mass of partly digested food passed from the stomach into the duodenum.
Created by: NuhaMohammed2
 

 



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