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questrions from mid-term

aden/o gland
High blood levels of pigment released by the liver with bile hyperbilirubinemia
saclike membrane surrounding heart pericardium
Incision to remove a renal calculus Nephrolithotomy
nehphro kidney
litho stone
calculus stone
uria urine
upper lateral regions of the abdomen, beneath the ribs hypochondriac regions
ili/o large intestine
removal of internal and reproductive organs in the region of the hip pelvic exenteration
jejun/o middle portion of the small intestine, between the duedenom and ileum
resection surgery
gland below the bladder ad surrounding the urethra prostrate
pertaining to the rounded mass of tissue surrounding the urethra at the root of the penis. bulbourethral
trigone portion of the urinary bladder
opening between the stomach and the duodenum pylorus
pyloric stenosis NARROWING(stenosis) of the opening between stomach and intestine
incision of the perineum during childbirth episiotomy
Created by: lanakj