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AC acromioclavicular
ACL anterior cruciate ligament
AFO ankle-foot orthosis
C-spine cervical spine
CMC carpometacarpal
DDD degenerative disc disease
DIP distal interphalangeal
The acromio _____ joint is separated. clavicular
There is no anterior _____ ligament instability. cruciate
The _____ spine is within normal limits. cervical
The _____ metacarpal is normal. carpo
The distal _____ joint is intact. interphalangeal
His ankle-foot _____ helped to alleviate the problem. orthosis
His _____ disc disease caused him great pain. degenerative
DIP distal interphalangeal
AC acromioclavicular
CMC carpometacarpal
C-spine cervical spine
ACL anterior cruciate ligament
AFO ankle-foot orthosis
DDD degenerative disc disease
IP interphalangeal
IT iliotibial
L-spine lumbar spine
LS lumbosacral
MCL medial collateral ligament
MCP metacarpophalangeal
The _____ band is intact. iliotibial
The _____ phalangeal joint is unremarkable. metacarpo
Lumbo _____ spine is within normal limits. sacral
The right inter _____ joint was visualized. phalangeal
There is slight straightening of the _____ spine. lumbar
Medial _____ ligament was assessed by arthroscopy. collateral
MCP metacarpophalangeal
L-spine lumbar spine
IP interphalangeal
LS lumbosacral
IT iliotibial
MCL medial collateral ligament
MTP metatarsophalangeal
PCL posterior cruciate ligament
PIP proximal interphalangeal
SI sacroiliac
T-spine thoracic spine
tib-fib tibial-fibular OR tibiofibular
TMJ temporomandibular joint
The _____ cruciate ligament is intact. posterior
The _____ mandibular joint is imaged. temporo
_____ iliac joints appear intact. sacro
AP and lateral views of the _____ spine were obtained. thoracic
The _____ interphalangeal joint appears intact. proximal
On views of the right foot, the _____ phalangeal joint was noted to be separated. metatarso
The tibial-_____ fracture was casted. fibular
MTP metatarsophalangeal
SI sacroiliac
T-spine thoracic spine
TMJ temporomandibular joint
PCL posterior cruciate ligament
PIP proximal interphalangeal
tib-fib tibial-fibular OR tibiofibular
tibial-_____ fibular
acromio _____ clavicular
degenerative _____ disease disc
lumbo _____ sacral
_____ carpal carpometa
ilio _____ tibial
medial _____ ligament collateral
ankle-foot _____ orthosis
posterior _____ ligament cruciate
distal _____ interphalangeal
SI – _____ iliac sacro
MCP – metacarpo _____ phalangeal
TMJ – _____ joint temporomandibular
L-spine – _____ spine lumbar
IP – inter _____ phalangeal
ACL – anterior _____ cruciate ligament
PIP – proximal _____ interphalangeal
C-spine – _____ spine cervical
MTP – metatarso _____ phalangeal
T-spine – _____ spine thoracic
AFO ankle-foot orthosis
DIP distal interphalangeal
LS lumbosacral
AC acromioclavicular
DDD degenerative disc disease
PCL posterior cruciate ligament
IT iliotibial
TMJ temporomandibular joint
PIP :proximal interphalangeal
CMC carpometacarpal
AP/PA anteroposterior/posteroanterior
BE barium enema
CT computed tomography
EEG electroencephalogram
ERCP endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography
GI gastrointestinal
The chest was photographed in the antero _____ dimension. posterior
An electro _____ was performed. encephalogram
An upper _____ exam was normal. gastrointestinal
_____ tomography images were taken of the brain. Computed
An endoscopic retrograde _____ was performed. cholangiopancreatography
_____ enema was within normal limits. Barium
ERCP endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography
BE barium enema
CT computed tomography
EEG electroencephalogram
GI gastrointestinal
AP/PA anteroposterior/posteroanterior
HIDA hydroxyiminodiacetic acid
IVP intravenous pyelogram
KUB kidneys, ureters, bladder
MRI magnetic resonance imaging
MUGA multiple gated acquisition
OCG oral cholecystogram
VCUG voiding cystourethrogram
A _____ acid scan was performed. hydroxyiminodiacetic
_____ pyelogram was ordered. Intravenous
The doctor ordered a _____, ureters, and bladder x-ray. kidneys
The doctor ordered a _____, ureters, and bladder x-ray. bladder
Multiple _____ scan was normal. gated acquisition
_____ resonance imaging of the brain was performed. Magnetic
An oral _____ was done. cholecystogram
Voiding _____ was normal. cystourethrogram
MUGA multiple gated acquisition
IVP intravenous pyelogram
MRI magnetic resonance imaging
HIDA hydroxyiminodiacetic acid
KUB kidneys, ureters, bladder
VCUG voiding cystourethrogram
OCG oral cholecystogram
antero _____ posterior
_____ cholecystogram oral
multiple _____ gated acquisition
endoscopic _____ retrograde cholangiopancreatography
upper _____ gastrointestinal
_____encephalogram electro
kidneys, _____, bladder ureters
_____ tomography computed
_____ cystourethrogram voiding
_____ resonance --- magnetic
--- resonance _____ imaging
hydroxy _____ acid iminodiacetic
intravenous _____ pyelogram
barium _____ enema
EEG electroencephalogram
BE barium enema
PA posteroanterior
IVP intravenous pyelogram
MRI magnetic resonance imaging
GI gastrointestinal
CT computed tomography
KUB kidneys, ureters, bladder
OCG oral cholecystogram
MUGA multiple gated acquisition
AKA above-knee amputation
BKA below-knee amputation
CTR carpal tunnel release
EBL estimated blood loss
EGD esophagogastroduodenoscopy
He had a below-knee _____ performed. amputation
Carpal _____ release was scheduled. tunnel
GI performed an _____. esophagogastroduodenoscopy
She had no _____ blood loss was minimal. Estimated
An above-_____ amputation was performed at another facility. knee
EBL estimated blood loss
AKA above-knee amputation
BKA below-knee amputation
CTR carpal tunnel release
EGD esophagogastroduodenoscopy
ET endotracheal
I incision and drainage
IJ internal jugular
IM intramuscular
IV intravenous
For administration of medications, _____ venous line was started. intra
The administration of intra_____ drugs was ordered. muscular
Anesthesia was per _____ tube. endotracheal
The catheter was inserted via a left internal _____ approach. jugular
He had an _____ and _________ of his infected right knee abscess. incision, drainage
IV intravenous
ET endotracheal
IM intramuscular
I incision and drainage
IJ internal jugular
lap lap
laparotomy or laparoscopic laparotomy
LR lactated Ringer's
K-wire Kirschner wire
NG nasogastric
ORIF open reduction, internal fixation
Open _____ internal _________ of the fracture was performed. reduction, fixation
A _____ tube was inserted for feedings. nasogastric
_____ wire fixation was utilized. Kirschner
She failed _____ cholecystectomy, and open procedure was undertaken. laparoscopic
The patient was administered 1500 cc lactated _____. Ringer's
NG nasogastric
ORIF open reduction, internal fixation
LR lactated Ringer's
K-wire Kirschner wire
lap laparotomy
SG Swan-Ganz
T tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy
THA total hip arthroplasty
TKA total knee arthroplasty
TURBT transurethral resection of the bladder tumor
TURP transurethral resection of the prostate
A right total knee _____ was performed for degenerative joint disease. arthroplasty
_____ resection of the bladder was carried out. transurethral
A _____ catheter was inserted via the right IJ approach. Swan-Ganz
Transurethral _____ of the prostate was performed by Urology. resection
A revision total _____ arthroplasty was planned. hip
Tonsillectomy and _____ was performed. adenoidectomy
THA total hip arthroplasty
TURBT transurethral resection of the bladder tumor
SG Swan-Ganz
TKA total knee arthroplasty
TURP transurethral resection of the prostate
T tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy
Incision and _____ drainage
Swan-_____ catheter Ganz
Above-knee _____ amputation
_____-knee amputation Below
Endo_____ tracheal
_____ blood loss Estimated
Total knee _____ arthroplasty
_____ wire Kirschner
_____muscular intra
Intra_____ venous
THA – _____ hip arthroplasty total
TURP – _____ resection of the prostate transurethral
NG – naso _____ tube gastric
T&A – _____ and adenoidectomy tonsillectomy
ORIF – open _____, internal fixation reduction
IM – intra _____ muscular
I&D – _____ and drainage incision
EGD – esophagogastro _____ duodenoscopy
TURBT – transurethral resection of the bladder _____ tumor
lap – _____ laparotomy
ADA ADA
American Dieteic Association American Dietetic Association
ADL ADL
activities of daily living activities of daily living
AMA AMA
against medical advice against medical advice
ASA acetylsalicylic acid
AVM arteriovenous malformation
CLL chronic lymphocytic leukemia
CPAP continuous positive airway pressure
CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation
The patient left the hospital _____ medical ___. against, advice
Diet: low-salt, low-fat American _____ Association diet. Dietetic
He should be able to resume _____ of daily living. activities
_____ malformation was noted. arteriovenous
_____ resuscitation attempts failed. cardiopulmonary
The prognosis for his chronic _____ leukemia was poor. lymphocytic
The patient could not take _____ acid because of gastrointestinal problems. acetylsalicylic
The continuous _____ pressure helped alleviate his snoring. positive airway
AMA _____ against medical advice
CPR _____ cardiopulmonary resuscitation
ADA _____ American Dietetic Association
AVM _____ arteriovenous malformation
ADL _____ activities of daily living
ASA _____ acetylsalicylic acid
CLL _____ chronic lymphocytic leukemia
DC discontinue or discharge
DNR DO NOT RESUSCITATE
DT delirium tremens
DOB date of birth
ESWL extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy
With _____ shock-wave ___ stones can be removed without surgery. extracorporeal
With _____ shock-wave ________ stones can be removed without surgery. lithotripsy
Upon admission her chronic medications were _____. discontinued
She is a DO NOT _____ status. RESUSCITATE
Her date of _____ is not recorded on the chart. birth
In spite of a long history of alcoholism, he had no record of _____ tremens or blackouts. delirium
DT _____ delirium tremens
DNR _____ DO NOT RESUSCITATE
DC _____ discontinue or discharge
DOB _____ date of birth
ESWL _____ extracorporeal shock-wave lithotripsy
_____ of present illness as noted above. History
There was ulceration at the _____ junction. gastroesophageal
_____ has significant side effects in a very few patients. Hydrochlorothiazide
History and _____ were absent from the chart. physical
HPI _____ history of present illness
GE _____ gastroesophageal
HCTZ _____ hydrochlorothiazide
H&P _____ history and physical
She was given an Atrovent metered _____. dose inhaler
Idiopathic _____ purpura has such symptoms as easy bruisability. thrombocytopenic
_____ allergies. No known drug
Loss of _____ was less than one minute. consciousness
She was admitted for left _____ pneumonia. lower lobe
The _____ lens implant greatly increased her visual acuity in the right eye. intraocular
LOC _____ loss of consciousness
IOL _____ intraocular lens
NKDA _____ no known drug allergies
LLL _____ left lower lobe
MDI _____ metered dose inhaler
ITP _____ idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
She was injected _____. subcutaneously
Total _____ nutrition was begun. parenteral
She had severe _____ of breath. shortness
_____ by mouth for two days. Nothing
No evidence of _____ nocturnal ___. paroxysmal
No evidence of _____ nocturnal ________. dyspnea
The patient developed severe heart disease as a result of taking phentermine and_____. fenfluramine
NPO _____ nothing by mouth
SOB _____ shortness of breath
TPN _____ total parenteral nutrition
subq _____ subcutaneous
PND _____ paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea
Phen-fen _____ phentermine and fenfluramine
against medical _____ advice
_____ dose inhaler metered
date of _____ birth
total _____ parenteral nutrition
_____ of daily living activities
_____ lobe left lower
loss of _____ consciousness
_____ of breath shortness
cardiopulmonary _____ resuscitation
dis_____ continue
PND – _____ nocturnal dyspnea paroxysmal
NKDA – no known drug _____ allergies
DT – delirium _____ tremens
CPAP – continuous positive _____ pressure airway
CLL – chronic _____ leukemia lymphocytic
ESWL – _____ shock-wave lithotripsy extracorporeal
HCTZ – hydro _____ chlorothiazide
HPI – history of present _____ illness
ASA – _____ acid acetylsalicylic
IOL – intra _____ lens ocular
ADA – American [Diabetic, Dietetic] Association Dietetic
AVM – [arteriovenous, arterovenous] malformation arteriovenous
ITP – idiopathic thrombocytopenic [purpura, purpera] purpura
CLL – chronic [lymphoma, lymphocytic] leukemia lymphocytic
SOB – shortness of [breadth, breath] breath
MDI – [measured, metered] dose inhaler metered
ADL – activities of daily [living, life] living
DC – [discontinue, deliriocremens] discontinue
LLL – left lower [lobe, lung] lobe
TPN – total [parental, parenteral] nutrition parenteral
DBT – deep brachial thrombosis invalid
SOB – shortness of breath valid
SNR – sublingual nitroglycerin relief invalid
TCL – total cruciate ligament invalid
LCA – left circumflex artery valid
OMB – obtuse marginal branch valid
EMA – estimated maternal age invalid
CMB – complete metabolic blood invalid
LBC – leftover blood count invalid
HPI – history of present illness valid
EDC – estimated date of (confinement, conception) confinement
TURP – transurethral resection of the (prostrate, prostate) prostate
MI – myocardial (infarction, infraction) infarction
CVA – costo (vertebral, vertical) angle vertebral
IVC – (interior, inferior) vena cava inferior
COPD – chronic obstructive (pulmonary, pituitary) disease pulmonary
PCL – (proximal, posterior) cruciate ligament posterior
TAH-BSO – total abdominal hysterectomy, bilateral (salpingo-oophorectomy, salpingectomy) salpingo-oophorectomy
ROM – (rotation, rupture) of membranes rupture
CHF – (cardiac, congestive) heart failure congestive
BPD – biparietal (diagnosis, diameter) diameter
PIP – (posterior, proximal) interphalangeal proximal
ORIF – open reduction, (internal, instant) fixation internal
VCUG – voiding (catheter urogram, cystourethrogram) cystourethrogram
LIMA – (left, lower) internal mammary artery left
RSV – respiratory (syndactyly, syncytial) virus syncytial
KUB – kidneys, (ureters, uterus), bladder ureters
CVA – cerebrovascular (accident, angle) accident
I&D – incision and (debridement, drainage) drainage
URI – (urinary, upper) respiratory infection upper
AC – _____ circumference abdominal
IUGR – _____ growth retardation intrauterine
PTCA – _____ transluminal coronary angioplasty percutaneous
EF – ejection _____ fraction
AC – acromio _____ clavicular
ADL – activities of daily _____ living
DVT – deep venous _____ thrombosis
DJD – degenerative _____ disease joint
TIA – transient ischemic _____ attack
TMJ – temporomandibular _____ joint
D dilatation and curettage
NG nasogastric
TKA total knee arthroplasty
OR operating room
CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation
PVC premature ventricular contraction
SLE systemic lupus erythematosus
PE pulmonary embolism
PDA patent ductus arteriosus
MI myocardial infarction
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