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Med Terms III; CMA

clinical medical assistant medical terms part 3

QuestionAnswer
NAS/O NOSE
SINUS/O SINUSES
PHARYNG/O PHARYNX (THROAT)
LARYNG/O LARYNX (VOICE BOX)
IPIGOLOTTO EPIGLOTTIS (CLOSES OFF THE TRACHEA)
TRACHE/O TRACHEA (WINDPIPE)
BRONCH/O, BRONCHI/O BRONCHIAL TUBE
ALVEOLI/O ALVEOLI (AIR SACS FOUND IN EACH BRONCHIOLE)
PHEUM/O, PNEUMON/O, PULMON/O LUNGS
UPER RESPIRATORY TRACT CONSIST OF NOSE, MOUTH, PHARYNX, EPIGLOTTIS, LARYNX, AND TRACHEA
LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT CONSIST OF BRONCHIAL TREE AND LUNGS
NASAL SEPTUM WALL OF CARTILAGE THAT DIVIDES THE NOSE INTO TWO EQUAL SECTIONS (CHAMBERS)
CILIA THE THIN HAIRS LOCATED INSIDE THE NOSTRILS
MUCOUS MEMBRANES SPECIALIZED TISSUES THAT LINE THE RESPIRATORY, DIGESTIVE, REPRODUCTIVE, AND URINARY SYSTEMS.
MUCUS SECRETION THAT FLOWS FROM THE MUCOUS MEMBRANES.
RIGHT LUNG HAS THREE LOBES: THE SUPERIOR, MIDDLE, AND INFERIOR
LEFT LUNG HAS TWO LOBES: THE SUPERIOR AND INFERIOR
DIAPHRAGM THE MUSCLE THAT SEPARATES THE THORACIC CAVITY FROM THE ABDOMEN (CONTRACTION AND RELAXATION MAKES BREATHING POSSIBLE)
RESPIRATION EXCHANGE OF THE GASES OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE THAT IS ESSENTIAL TO LIFE.
EXTERNAL RESPIRATION BREATHING
INTERNAL RESPIRATION EXCHANGE OF GASES WITHIN TEH CELLS OF ALL THE BODY ORGANS AND TISSUES.
CROUP ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROME IN CHILDREN (BARKING COUGH)
INFLUENZA ACUTE HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS VIRAL RESPIRATORY INFECTION.
PERTUSSIS CONTAGIOUS BACTERIAL INFECTION OF THE UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT.(WHOOPING COUGH)
ATEL/O INCOMPLETE
-ECTASIS ENLARGEMENT
OX/O OXYGEN
PHON/O VOICE OR SOUND
PLEUR/O MULTILAYERED MEMBRANE
-THORAX CHEST
ARDS ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME
CORD CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE RESPIRATORY DISEASE
SARS SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROME
SIDS SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME
URI UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION
Created by: dkot