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Ch 5 Respiratory

Respiratory system terms

QuestionAnswer
ADENOID/O ADENOIDS
ALVEOL/O ALVEOLUS
BRONCH/I BRONCHUS
DIAPHRAGMAT/O DIAPHRAGM
PHREN/O DIAPHRAGM
EPIGLOTT/O EPIGLOTTIS
LARYNG/O LARYNX
LOB/O LOBE
NAS/O NOSE
RHIN/O NOSE
PHARYNG/O PHARYNX
PLEUR/O PLEURA
PNEUM/O LUNG, AIR
PULMON/O LUNG
PNEUMAT/O LUNG, AIR
PNEUMON/O LUNG, AIR
SEPT/O SEPTUM
SINUS/O SINUS
THORAC/O THORAX, CHEST
TONSIL/O TONSIL
TRACHE/O TRACHEA
ATEL/O IMPERFECT, INCOMPLETE
CAPN/O CARBON DIOXIDE
HEM/O BLOOD
HEMAT/O BLOOD
MUC/O MUCUS
ORTH/O STRAIGHT
OX/O OXYGEN
PHON/O SOUND, VOICE
PY/O PUS
SOMN/O SLEEP
SPIR/O BREATHE, BREATHING
A- WITHOUT
AN- WITHOUT
ENDO- WITHIN
EU- NORMAL, GOOD
PAN- ALL, TOTAL
POLY- MANY, MUCH
TACHY- FAST, RAPID
-ALGIA PAIN
-AR PERTAINING TO
-ARY PERTAINING TO
-EAL PERTAINIG TO
-CELE HERNIA OR PROTRUSION
-CENTESIS SURGICAL PUNCTURE TO ASPIRATE FLUID
-ECTASIS STRETCHING OUT, DILATION, EXPANSION
-EMIA BLOOD CONDITION
-GRAPHY PROCESS OF RECORDING
-METER INSTRUMENT USED TO MEASURE
-METRY MEASUREMENT
-PEXY SURGICAL FIXATION, SUSPENSION
-PNEA BREATHING
-RRHAGIA RAPID FLOW OF BLOOD
-SCOPE INSTRUMENT USED FOR VISUAL EXAMINATION
-SCOPIC PERTAING TO VISUAL EXAM
-SCOPY VISUAL EXAMINATION
-SPASM SUDDEN, INVOLUNTARY MUSCLE CONTRACTION
-STENOSIS CONSTRICTION OR NARROWING
-STOMY CREATION OF AN ARTIFICAL OPENING
-THORAX CHEST
-TOMY CUT INTO OR INCISION
ADENOIDITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE ADENOIDS
ATELECTASIS INCOMPLETE EXPANSION
BRONCHIECTASIS DILATION OF THE BRONCHI
BRONCHITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE BRONCHI
BRONCHOGENIC CARCINOMA CANCEROUS TUMOR ORINGINATING IN THE BRONCHUS
BRONCHOPNEUMONIA DISEASED STATE OF THE BRONCHI AND LUNGS
DIAPHRAGMATOCELE HERNIA OF THE DIAPHRAGM
EPIGLOTTITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE EPIGLOTTIS
HEMOTHROAX BLOOD IN THE CHEST
LARYNGITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE LARYNX
LARYNGOTRACHEOBRONCHITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE LARYNX, TRACHEA, BRONCI
NASOPHARYNGITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE NOSE AND PHARYNX
PANSINUSITIS INFLAMMATION OF ALL THE SINUS
PHARYNGITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE PHARYNX
PLEURITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE PLEURA
PNEUMATOCELE HERNIA OF THE LUNG
PNEUMOCONIOSIS ABNORMAL CONDITION OF DUST IN THE LUNGS
PNEUMONIA DISEASED STATE OF THE LUNGS
PNEUMONITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE LUNG
PNEUMOTHORAX AIR IN THE CHEST
PYOTHORAX PUS IN THE CHEST
RHINITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE NOSE
RHINOMYCOSIS ABNORMAL CONDITION OF FUNGUS IN THE NOSE
RHINORRHAGIA RAPID FLOW OF BLOOD FROM THE NOSE
THORACALGIA PAIN IN THE CHEST
TONSILLITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE TONSILS
TRACHEITIS INFLAMMATION OF THE TRACHEA
TRACHEOSTENOSIS NARROWING OF THE TRACHEA
ADENOIDECTOMY EXCISION OF THE ADENOIDS
ADENOTOME SURGICAL INSTRUMENT USED TO CUT THE ADENOIDS
BRONCHOPLASTY SURGICAL REPAIR OF A BRONCHUS
LARYNGECTOMY EXCISION OF THE LARYNX
LARYNGOPLASTY SURGICAL REPAIR OF THE LARYNX
LARYNGOSTOMY CREATION OF AN ARTIFICIAL OPENING INTO THE LARYNX
LARYNGOTRACHEOTOMY INCISION OF THE LARYNX AND TRACHEA
LOBECTOMY EXCISION OF A LOBE
PLEUROPEXY SURGICAL FIXATION OF THE PLEURA
PNEUMOBRONCHOTOMY INCISION OF LUNG AND BRONCHUS
PNEUMONECTOMY EXCISION OF A LUNG
RHINOPLASTY SURGICAL REPAIR OF THE LUNG
SEPTOPLASTY SURGICAL REPAIR OF THE SEPTUM
SINUSOTOMY INCISION OF A SINUS
THORACOCENTESIS SURGICAL PUNCTURE TO ASPIRATE FLUID FROM THE CHEST CAVITY
THORACOTOMY INCISION IN TO THE CHEST CAVITY
TONSILLECTOMY EXCISION OF THE TONSILS
TRACHEOPLATY SURGICAL REPAIR OF THE TRACHEA
TRACHEOSTOMY CREATION OF AN ARTIFICIAL OPENING INTO THE TRACHEA
TRACHEOTOMY INCISION OF THE TRACHEA
BRONCHOSCOPE INSTRUMENT USED FOR VISUAL EXAMINATION OF THE BRONCHI
BRONCHOSCOPY VISUAL EXAMINATION OF THE BRONCHI
ENDOSCOPE INSTRUMENT USED FOR VISUAL EXAMINATION WITHIN
ENDOSCOPIC PERTAINING TO VISUAL EXAMINATION WITHIN
ENDOSCOPY VISUAL EXAMINATION WITHIN
LARYNGOSCOPE INSTRUMENT USED FOR VISUAL EXAMINATION
LARYNGOSCOPY VISUAL EXAMINATION OF THE LARYNX
THORACOSCOPE INSTRUMENT USED FOR VISUAL EXAMINATION OF THE THORAX
THORACOSCOPY VISUAL EXAMINATION OF THE THORAX
CAPNOMETER INSTRUMENT USED TO MEASURE CARBON DIOXIDE
OXIMETER INSTRUMENT USED TO MEASURE OXYGEN
SPIROMETER INSTRUMENT USED TO MEASURE BREATHING
SPIROMETRY A MEASUREMENT OF BREATHING
POLYSOMNOGRAPHY PROCESS OF RECORDING TESTS DURING SLEEP
ACAPNIA CONDITION OF ABSENCE OF CARBON DIOXIDE
ANOXIA CONDITION OF ABSENCE OF OXYGEN
APHONIA CONDITION OF ABSENCE OF VOICE
APNEA ABSENCE OF BREATHING
BRONCHOALVEOLAR PERTAINING TO THE BRONCHI AND ALVEOLI
BRONCHOSPASM SPASMODIC CONTRACTION IN BRONCHI
DIAPHRAGMATIC PERTAINING TO THE DIAPHRAGM
DYSPHONIA CONDITION OF DIFFICULTY SPEAKING
DYSPNEA DIFFICULT BREATHING
ENDOTRACHEAL PERTAINING TO WITHIN THE TRACHEA
EUPNEA NORMAL BREATHING
HYPERCAPNIA CONDITION OF EXCESSIVE CARBON DIOXIDE
HYPERPNEA EXCESSIVE BREATHING
HYPOCAPNIA CONDITION OF DIFICIENT CARBON DIOXIDE
HYPOPNEA DEFICIENT BREATHING
HYPOXEMIA CONDITION OF DEFICIENT OXYGEN
HYPOXIA CONDITION OF DEFICIENT OXYGEN
INTRAPLEURAL PERTAINING TO WITHIN THE PLEURA
LARYNGEAL PERTAINING TO THE LARYNX
LARYNGOSPASM SPASMODIC CONTRACTION OF THE LARYNX
MUCOID RESEMBLING MUCUS
MUCOUS PERTAINING TO MUCUS
NASOPHARYNGEAL PERTAINING TO THE NOSE AND PHARYNX
ORTHOPNEA ABLE TO BREATHE EASIER IN AN UPRIGHT POSITION
PHRENALGIA PAIN IN THE DIAPHRAGM
PHRENOSPASM SPASM OF THE DIAPHRAGM
PULMONARY PERTAINING TO THE LUNGS
PULMONOLOGIST A PHYSICIAN WHO STUDIES AND TREATS DISEASES OF THE LUNG
PULMONOLOGY STUDY OF THE LUNG
RHINORRHEA DISCHARGE FROM THE NOSE
TACHYPNEA RAPID BREATHING
THORACIC PERTAINING TO THE CHEST
Created by: Lisa Barnett