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gastrointestinal, laser and electrosurgery

surgeon creates a stoma by making a circular incision thru the skin and the abdominal wall at the stoma site true
in a hepatic resection, a right angle clamp allows the surgeon to reach underneath/around blood vessels, ducts & connective tissue attachments of the organs true
layer that contains adipose tissue that varies from 1/4" to more than 8" thick subcuticular layer
word meaning to bring together approximate
during a lap chole, what structure must be ligated & divided common bile duct
serous membrane lining the abdominal cavity abdominal peritoneum
type of incision that is the simplest & most common midline
wall of stomach contains a outer layer of delicate tissue serous
material used to create a nonstress closure during a hernia procedure mesh
when tissue w/in the abdomen pushes out thru a defect, may emerge between tissue layers hernia
congential weakness in the inguinal floor is called indirect inguinal hernia
procedure where a portion of the intestine is surgically severed and brought to the outside of the body colostomy
surgery performed when a incision is made in the abdominal cavity laparotomy
during this procedure, a section of the large intestine is removed and continunity is restored colostomy w/anastomsis
2 sections of small bowel that are suspended from the abdominal wall jejunum & ileum
pancreatic duct, common bile duct from the liver drains their contents into this section of the small intestine duodenum
vein transverses the liver, branches form complex extensions into the liver portal vein
pyloromyotomy is perfomed to correct pyloric stenosis
resection of the lower esophagus & upper stomach esphogogastrectomy
separates lobes of the liver falciform ligaments
2 major vessels in the spleen splenic artery & splenic veins
combining form for cecum cec/o
pertaining to the abdomen pelvic
duct that carries bile to the duodenum common bile duct
muscular wave like movement to transport food thru the digestive system Peristalsis
high blood levels of a pigment released by the liver w/bile hyperbilirubinemia
chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract crohn disease
sphincter ring of muscle
specialist in gums periodontist
pertaining to the mouth stomat/o
membrane that connects parts of the SI mesentery
swollen twisted veins esophageal varices
abnormal pockets in a hollow organ diverticula
new opening of the large bowel to the surface of the body colostomy
fats are improperly digested and appear in feces steatorrhea
membrane that connects parts of the SI mesentery
cholecystectomy cholecystectomy
twisting of the intestines volvulus
abnormal pockets in a hollow organ diverticuli
new opening of the large bowel to the surface of the body power
grounding pad that is attached to pt, directs electrical flow dispersive electrode
unit used to measure strength of electrical current ampere
gas,liquid,solid thru which light energy is passed to creat a laser beam, contained w/in the optical resonant chamber laser medium
in wave science, the # of waves per second measured in hertz frequency
all waves in a laser light have the same wave length, or color monochromatic
when using ESU, the pt must remove all body jewelry to prevent alternate site burn
reactive & doesn't cause resistance to flow of electricity metal
when using a ESU, the arcing creates the highest peak voltage available (D) fulguration & colgulation
intussusception is telescoping of the intestines
Created by: clmcnees