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terminology dictation

diarrhea the frequent passage of loose,watery stool
postpartum after chilbirth
afebrile without fever
tachycardia abnormal condition of fast heart
hepatomegaly abnormal enlargement of the liver
intravenous pertaining to the inside of a vein
anemia without blood-a decrease in quality of hemoglobin in the blood
hepatic pertaining to the liver
laparoscopy process of viewing the abdomen
pathology the study of disease
adenocarcinoma cancerous tumor of the glands
oncology the study of tumors
hypoalbuminemia condition of low levels of albumin in the blood
bilateral pertaining to both sides
subcutaneous beneath the skin
cell foundations of all parts of the body
tissue composed of similar cells that come together to perform a common function
organ groups of tissue working together to perform a specific function
system different organs that work together to perfom various functions of the body as a whole
cytology study of cells
sagittal plane divides the body into right and left portions or segments
transverse plane divides body into upper and lower portions or segments
supine face up;lying on back
prone face down;lying on abdomen
distal away from the trunk of the body; farthest from the point of origin of a body part
Created by: tucker1697