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Haney medterm c12 OB

Haney medterm c12 ob

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What is the digestive sysyem also known as? Gastrointestinal track, Digestive Tract, or the Alimentary Canal.
The physician who specializes in the study of diseases affecting the gastrointestinal tract, including the stomach, intestines, gallbladder, and bile duct, is known as what? Gastroenterologist.
The allied health progessional who studies and applies the principles and science of nutrition is known as what? Nutritionist.
A health professional who is trained to plan nutrition programs for sick as well as healthy people is known as. Dietitian.
What are the two sections of the digestive system? Upper gastrointestinal tract, and the Lower gastrointestinal tract.
What is the first part of the digestive tract? The oral cavity.
The pharynx is also known as what? The throat.
The stomach is located where? Upper left quadrant of the abdomen.
What is the opening through which the solid wastes are eliminated from the body? Anus.
A set of permanant teeth consist of how many teeth? 32.
What is another name for gingiva? Gums.
What is deglutition called? Swallowing.
What is a hepatocyte? Liver cell.
What is the meaning of the word element amylo/o? Starch.
What is the meaning of the word element append/o? Appendix.
What is the meaning of the word element appendic/o? Appendix.
What is the meaning of the word element -ase? Enzyme.
What is the meaning of the word element bil/i? Bile.
What is the meaning of the word element bucc/o? Cheek.
What is the meaning of the word element cec/o? Cecum.
What is the meaning of the word element celi/o? Pertaining to the abdomen.
What is the meaning of the word element -centesis? Surgical Puncture.
What is the meaning of the word element cheil/o? Lips.
What is the meaning of the word element chol/e? Bile.
What is the meaning of the word element cholecyst/o? Gallbladder.
What is the meaning of the word element cirrh/o? Yellow, and tawny.
What is the meaning of the word element col/o? Colon.
What is the meaning of the word element colon/o? Colon.
What is the meaning of the word element dent/o? Tooth.
What is the meaning of the word element duoden/o? Duodenum.
What is the meaning of the word element -ectasia? Stretching or dilatation.
What is the meaning of the word element -emesis? To vomit.
What is the meaning of the word element enter/o? Intestine.
What is the meaning of the word element esophag/o? Esophagus.
What is the meaning of the word element gastr/o? Stomach.
What is the meaning of the word element gingiv/o? Gums.
What is the meaning of the word element gloss/o? Tounge.
What is the meaning of the word element gluc/o? Sugar, and sweet.
What is the meaning of the word element glyc/o? Sugar, and sweet.
What is the meaning of the word element hepat/o? Liver.
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