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what is the hormone secreted by the pancreas insulin
what hormone regulates calcium in the blood and bones calcitronand and parathyroid hormone
the ovum is the female gamete
what is another name for pregnancy gestation
area between the uterus and the rectum cul-the-sac
NAME THE DIFFERENT PART OF THE VULVA LABIA MAJORA
WHAT ARE THE ACCESSORY STRUCTURES ADNEXA UTERI OVARIES AND FALLOPIAN TUBES
OVARIAN SAC CORPUS LUTEUM
RESPIRATORY DISORDER IN THE NEONATE HYALINE MEMBRANE DISEASE
INCISION OF THE PERINEUM DURING CHILDBIRTH EPISIOTOMY
FINGER LIKE ENDS OF THE FALLOPIAN TUBES ARE CALLED FIMBRIAE
THE STUDY AND TREATMENT OF NEWBORNS IS CALLED NEONATOLOGY
THE MALE GONAD TESTIS
A GLAND BELOW THE BLADDER AND SURROUNDING THE URETHRA PROSTATE
TISSUE THAT PRODUCES SPERM CELLS SEMIFEROUS TUBULES
HAIRLIKE TAIL REGION OF THE SPERM IS CALLED FLAGELLUM
TUBE THAT LEADS FROM THE EPIDIDYMIS TO THE URETHRA VAS DEFERENS
ANOTHER NAME FOR FORESKIN PREPUCE
MALE CASTRATION WOULD RESULT FROM WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS BILATERAL ORCHRECTOMY (REMOVAL OF BOTH TESTES)
INFLAMMATION OF THE GLANS PENIS BALANITIS
ONC/O TUMOR
OPTHALM/O EYE
OSTE/O BONE
PATH DISEASE
PSYCH/O MIND
REN/O KIDNEY
RHIN/O NOSE
SARC/O FLESH
SECT/O TO CUT
THROMB/O CLOT
.UR/O URINE;URINARY TRACT
SPITTING UP BLOOD FROM RESPIRATORY TRACT AND LUNGS HEMOPTYSIS
SUFFIX FOR SUTURE RRHAPHY;HERNIORRHAPHY
NEW OPENEING BETWEEN TWO PARTS OF THE JEJUNUM JEJUNOJE JUNOSTOMY
DILATION OF A LYMPH VESSEL LYMPHANGIETASIS
PORTION OF THE URINARY BLADDER TRIGONE
DEFINE MEATAL STENOSIS NARROWING OF THE OPENING OF THE URETHRA
NAME THE DIFFERENT ELECTROLYTE POTASSIUM, SODIUM, CHLORIDE AND BICARBONATE
NITROGENOUS WASTE THE BODY REMOVES
PREFFIX FOR RENAL PELVIS PYEL
PART OF THE BRAIN RESPOSIBLE FOR COORDINATIONG MUSCLE MOVEMENTS AND MAINTAING BALANCE CEREBELLUM
PERTAINING TO MUSLCES AND NERVES ACETYLCHOLINE
PART OF THE NERVE CELL THAT FIRST RECEIVES THE NERVOUS IMPULSE IS THE DENDRITE
ELEVATED PORTIONS OF THE CEREBRAL CORTEX ARE CALLED GYRI
BURNING SENSATION OF PAIN CAUSALGIA
A BLOOD VESSEL THAT CARRIES OXYGEN-POOR BLOOD FROM THE HEART TO LUNGS PULMONARY ARTERY
CONTRACTION PHASE OF THE HEARTBEAT SYSTOLE
LOCATED BETWEEN THE UPPER AND LOWER CHAMBERS OF THE HEART VENTRICLES
SAC-LIKE MEMBRANE SURROUNDING THE HEART PERICARDIUM
SENSITIVE TISSUE IN THE RIGHT ATRIUM WALL THAT BEGINS THE HEARTBEAT SINOATRIAL NODE (SA NODE)
BLOOD VESSELS BRANCHING FROM THE AORTA TO CARRY OXYGEN-RICH BLOOD TO THE HEART MUSCLE CORONARY ARTERIES
TUBES THAT BIFURCATE FROM THE WINDPIPE BRONCHI
UPPERMOST PROTION OF THE LUNG APEX
SPACE BETWEEN THE LUNGS AND CHEST MEDIASTINUM
NASOPHARYNGEAL LYMHATIC TISSUE ADENODS
PULMONARY PARENCHYMA ALVEOLI AND BRONCHIOLES
REMOVA OF THE VOICE BOX LARYNGECTOMY
PHREN/O MEANS DIAPHRAM
SPONGY, POROUS BONE TISSUE IS ALSO CALLED CANCELLOUS BONE
OUTWARD EXTENSION OF THE SHOULDER BONE IS CALLED ACROMION
AN OPENING OR PASSAGE IN BONES WHERE BLOOD VESSELSAND NERVES ENTER AND LEAVE IS A FORAMEN
THE PROJECTION OF THE TEMPORAL BONE IS THE MASTOID PROCESS
KNUCKLE-LIKE PROCESS AT THE END OF A BONE IS CALLED CONDYLE
MANDIBLE, VOMER, MAXILLA AND ZYGOMATIC ARE ALL BONES OF THE FACE
A TYPE OF EPITHELIAL CELL IN THE EPIDERMIS IS A SQUAMOUS CELL
DERMIS MIDDLE LAYER OF SKIN
A HARD PROTEIN MATERIAL FOUND IN THE EPIDERMIS KERATIN
STRUCTURAL PROTEIN FOUND IN SKIN AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE COLLAGEN
XER/O MEANS DRY
WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF THE THYROID GLAND RELEASE HORMONES THAT AFFECT THE METABOLISM OF THE BODY AND CALCIUM
WHAT IS ANOTHER NAME FOR THE ANTERIOR LOBE OF TJE PITIUTARY GLAND ANDENOHYPOPYSIS
WHICH OF THE GLANDS SECRETES CORTISOL ADRENALGLAND
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