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Chabner Final

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sac containing the egg graafin follicle
fungal infection of the ear otomycosis
specialist in gums periodontist
lipase is what kind of enzyme to digest fat (fat digesting enzyme)
example of an electrolyte potassium or sodium
local wedening of an artery aneurysm
another name for a platlet thrombocyte
macular degeneration produces what blindness (loss of vision)
nitrogenous waste urine
difficult breathing dyspnia
advance hypothyroidism in adulthood myxedema
defention of radio resistant tumor tumor that requires large doses of radiation to produce death of cells
acrogmegally enlargement of extremities
hormone produced by an endocrine gland located below the brain melatonin
new opening between 2 parts of the jujenum choledochojunostomy
adipose means pertaining to what pertaining to fat
difficult digestion dyspepsia
parkinson disease is characterized by muscle tremors
urine is held in the bladder urinary retention
antigens A substance that when introduced into the body stimulates the production of an antibody
phlebitis inflammation of a vein
disease of the heart muscle cardiomyopathy
combining form xer/o means dry
smaller of the two leg bones fibula
what can a liver and spleen scan detect cirrhosis and spleenmegally due to abcess or tumor
excessive sugar in the blood hyperglycmia
a description of electrocaurtization process of burning or heating up with electricity
term for when material is expelled from the lungs experctoration
abductor muscle does what drawing away from axis of the limb
term for xray of a joint arthrogram
xray record of the spinal cord myelogram
cytotoxic cells are what lymphocytes
protein in the urine proteinuria
stridor occurs with which upper respitory disorder croup
fainting synoscope
tachy cardia rapid heartbeat
nephrosclerosis hardening of a kidney
white plaques on the mucosa of the mouth oral leukoplakia
glaucoma is primarily diagnosed by tonometry
fdg is radiopharmeceutical used in PET scanning
forward protusion of the eye proptosis or exophthalmos
androgen steriod hormone such as testosterone or androsterone
cardiac arythmia fibrilation
clubfoot talipes equinovarus
which of the following best describes one of the roles of a clinical psychologist deal more with abnormal psychopathology
antocoagulant found in the blood heparin
visual examination of the ear otoscopy
which hormone stimulates the adrenal cortex to secrete hormones adrenocorticotropic
craniotomy insicion of the brain
inflammation of the glans penis balanitis
epithelium outside layer of cells
nasopharngial lymph tissue tonsils and adenoids
flow or discharge -rrhea
hair like tail region of sperm flagellum
inflammation of lymph tissue in the throat pharyngeal
orchiopexy surgical fixation of an undescended testes in the scrotum
SPECT single photon emission computed tomography
sharp short blows to the surface of the chest percussion
disorder of ready, writing, and learning apraxia
combining form natr/o means sodium
what term best describes localized tumor growth carcinoma "in situ"
mediastinal t-cell produces thymus
adjustment of the lens by the ciliary body accommadation
estrogen is what kind of drug female hormone
cerebral anurism; thrombosis; and or hemmorage can be cause of cerebrovascular accident
cancer arising from the lining cells of capillaries producing bluish red skin nodules kaposi sarcoma
conditino of stiffing and immobility of a joint ankylosis
CK, LD, and AST are what serum enzymes
morphine is what kind of drug analgesic
fear of obesity in which binge eating is followed by vomiting bulimia
ESWL extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy for kidney stones
nephrolythotomy small incision made in back to remove kidney stones
operation performed to relieve the symptom of a slipped disc laminectomy
type of endoscopic examination esophagogastroduodenoscopy or bronchoscopy
exopothalmos symptom of which endocrine disorder graves disease
pertaining to under the nail subungual
elevated portions of the cerebral cortex gyri
nuetrophil ?
cause of essential hypertension no identifiable cause
pertaining to the upper arm bone humeral
edometrial cacinoma can be detected by what D&C dilation & cutterage
pigment produced from hemoglobin when red blood cells are destroyed bilirubin
in which procedure is a transducer used ultrasound imaging or ultrasonography
excessive deposits of iron thoughout the body hemochromatosis
holter monitor is a portable EKG machine
which test would demonstrate choledocholithiasis gastric intubation
example of a solid tumor derived from epithelial tissue adenocacinoma
which is a description of scirrhous type tumor hard, densly, packed tumor
high blood levels of a pigment released by the liver with bile hyperbilirubinemia
sample of blood is spun in a test tube so that red cells fall to the bottom and a percentage of red blood cells are taken hematocrit
bronchial airway obstruction marked by dysmia, wheezing, and cough asthma
anphetamines and caffeine are what kind of drug stimmulants
what is another name for the anterior lobe of the pituatary gland adenohypophysis
atopy immediate allergy
drugs that produces a loss of senstaion thoughout the entire body anasthetic
what eye structure is transparent; biconvex; and focuses light on the retina lens
nongonococcal urethritus is most often caused by chlamydia
drugs are injected through a syringe into a muscle; vein; or body cavity by what administration parenteral
gernal preoccupation with bodily aches and pains and irrational fear about ones health hypochondriac
woamn who has had 3 miscarriages and 2 live births gravida 5; para 2
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