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AMA170 - Chapter 3 T


arthralgia joint pain
otalgia ear pain
neuralgia nerve pain
myalgia muscle pain
rectocele hernia of the rectum
cystocele hernia of the urinary bladder
thoracentesis surgical puncture to remove fluids from the chest
amniocentesis surgical puncture to remove fluid from the amnion sac
abdominocentesis surgical puncture to remove fluids from the abdomen
streptococcus berry shaped bacterium in twisted chains
staphylococci berry-shaped or spherical bacteria in clusters
erythrocyte red blood cell
leukocyte white blood cell
thrombocyte clotting cell
pleurodynia pain associated with the pleura
laryngectomy removal of the larynx
mastectomy removal of a breast
anemia blood condition of reduced oxygen delivery, low count of red blood cells
ischemia condition of holding back blood from an organ or tissue (no irrigation)
carcinogenesis formation or production of cancer
Created by: dgottofrey