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cholecystogram x-ray record of exam of bladder uses contrast med
angiogram x-ray record of blood vessels uses contrast med
hysterosalpingogram x-ray record of the inside of uterus and fallopian tubes uses contrast med
mammography x-ray of the breast
radiology study of x-rays and radioactive material
alopecia hair loss
contrast medium radiopaque substance uses for some x-rays
anuria without formation of urine
cystitis inflammation of the bladder
antidiuretic rx that decreases urine secretion
oliguria scanty urination
urinal container to collect urine
edema tissues accumulate fluid, causes swelling
micturition to urinate
antibody protien produced by the body in response to an invading foreign substance
anemia low RBC count
allergy hypersensitivity to something usually harmless
erythrocyte RBC
hematocrit sep solids from plasma by centrifuging read as %
hemolysis destruction of RBC
hypoglycemia low blood sugar
hyperglycemia high blood sugar
leukemia DX of the blood with over production of leukocytes
serology study of serum
embolus blood clot drifting in circulation
platelets clotting cells (thrombocytes)
hemoglobin protien in RBC that gives the ability to transport oxygen
immunity resistance to injury & DX caused by foreign compounds, toxins and pathogens
lymph clear colorless fluid in the lymphatic vessles
microbes small organisms including bacteria, protazoa, algae, fungus and viruses
histology study of the microscopic structures of tissues
feces stool or bowel movement
sputum substance expelled by coughing or clearing the bronchi
urinalysis UA testing of the urine for infection or DX
void urinate or pass urine
pathology disease process, study of disease
hematoma a collection of blood under the skin, "bruise"
Created by: c indyk123