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MA100 ch 5&6

terms chapters 5 and 6

QuestionAnswer
ANGI/O VESSEL
AORT/O AORTA
ARTERI/O ARTERY
ATHER/O FATTY SUBSTANCE
ATRI/O ATRIUM
CARDI/O HEART
CORON/O HEART
HEMANGI/O BLOOD VESSEL
PHLEB/O VEIN
SPHYGM/O PULSE
STETH/O CHEST
THROMB/O CLOT
VALV/O VALVE
VALVU/O VALVE
VASCUL/O BLOOD VESSELS
VAS/O VESSEL
VEN/O VEIN
VENTRICUL/O VENTRICLE
-MANOMETER USED TO MEASURE PRESSURE
-OLE SMALL
-TENSION PRESSURE
-ULE SMALL
AGGLUTIN/O CLUMPING
BAS/O BASE
CHROM/O COLOR
COAGUL/O CLOTTING
EOSIN/O ROSY RED
ERYTHR/O RED
FIBRIN/O FIBERS, FIBROUS
GRANUL/O GRANULES
HEM/O BLOOD
HEMAT/O BLOOD
LEUK/O WHITE
MORPH/O SHAPE
NEUTR/O NEUTRAL
PHAG/O EAT, SWALLOW
SANGUIN/O BLOOD
THROMB/O CLOT
-APHERESIS REMOVAL, CARRY AWAY
-CYNOSIS MORE THAN NORMAL NUMBER OF CELLS
-EMIA BLOOD CONDITION
GLOBIN PROTIEN
-PENIA ABNORMAL DECREASE
-PHIL ATTRACTED TO
-POIESIS FORMATION
-STASIS STANDING STILL
ANGIOGRAM RECORD OF A VESSEL
ANGIITIS INFLAMMTION OF A VESSEL
ANGIOPLASTY SURGIAL REPAIR OF A VESSEL
ANGIOSPASM INVOLUNTARY MUSCLE CONTRACTION IN A VESSEL
ANGIOSTENOSIS NARROWNING OF A VESSEL
AORTIC PERTAINING TO THE AORTA
ARTERIAL PERTAINING TO AN ARTERY
ARTERIOLE SMALL ARTERY
ARTERIORRHEXIS RUPTURED ARTERY
ATHERECTOMY SURGICAL REMOVAL OF FATTY SUBSTANCE
ATHEROMA FATTY SUBSTANCE TUMOR/GROWTH
ATRIAL PERTAINING TO THE ATRIUM
INTERARTIAL PERTAINING TO BETWEEN THE ATRIUM
CARDIAC PERTAINING TO THE HEART
BRADYCARDIA STATE OF SLOW HEART RATE
ELECTROCARDIOGRAM RECORD OF HEART'S ELECTRICITY
CARDIOMEGALY ENLARGED HEART
MYOCARDIAL PERTAINING TO HEART MUSCLE
CARDIOLOGIST HEART SPECIALIST
CARDIORRHEXIS RUPTURED HEART
TAHCYARDIA STATE OF FAST HEART
CORONARY PERTAINING TO THE HEART
PHLEBITIS INFLAMMATION OF A VEIN
VASCULAR PERTAINING TO A BLOOD VESSEL
VALVOPLASTY SURGICAL REPAIR OF A VALVE
VALVULITIS INFLAMMATION OF A VALVE
VALVULAR PERTAINING TO A VALVE
VENOUS PERTAINING TO VEINS
VENULE SMALL VEIN
VENOGRAM RECORD OF A VIEN
VENTRICULAR PERTAINING TO VENTRICLES
INTERVENTRICULAR PERTAINING TO BETWEEN VENTRICLES
ASHD ARTERIOSCLEROTIC HEART DISEASE
AV ATRIOVENTRICULAR
BBB BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCK
BP BLOOD PRESSURE
BPM BEATS PER MINUTE
CABG CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFT
CAD CORANARY ARTERY DISEASE
CHF CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE
CPR CARIOPULMONARY RESPIRATION
CV CARDIOVASCULAR
DVT DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS
ECG ELECTROCARDIOGRAM
THN HYPERTENSION
IV INTRAVENOUS
MI MIOCARDIAL INFARCTION
mmHg MILIMETERS OF MERCURY
S1 FIRST HEART SOUND
S2 SECOND HEART SOUND
FIBRINOGEN FIBER PRODUCING
FIBRINOLYSIS FIBER DESTRUCTION
FIBRINOUS PERTAINING TO FIBERS
HEMOGLOBIN BLOOD PROTEIN
HEMOLYSIS BLOOD DESTRUCTION
HEMOLYTIC BLOOD DESTRUCTION
HEMORRHAGE RAPID FLOW OF BLOOD
HEMATOLOGIST BLOOD SPECIALIST
HEMATIC PERTAINING TO BLOOD
SANUINOUS PERTAINING TO BLOOD
ERYTHROCYTE RED CELL
LEUKOCYTE WHITE CELL
THROMBOCYTE CLOTTING CELL
GRANULOCYTE GRANULAR CELL
AGRANULOCYTE NOT A GRANULAR CELL
ERYTHROCYTOSIS TOO MANY RED CELLS
LEUKOCYTOSIS TOO MANY WHITE CELLS
THROMBOCYTOSIS TOO MANY CLOTTING CELLS
ERTHROPENIA TOO FEW RED CELLS
LEUKOPENIA TOO FEW WHITE CELLS
THROMBOPENIA TOO FEW CLOTTING CELLS
PANCYTOPENIA TOO FEW ALL CELLS
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