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Quiz 3520 WK 3

Term & Abbrev

OCR Optical Character Reader
BC Blind Copy
A,AB Antibody
AG,AG Antigen
CA,CA Carcinoma
CIS Carcinoma in situ
DCIS Ductal Carcinoma in situ
HZ Herpes Zoster
HL Hodgkin's Lymphoma
IG Immunoglobulin
LE Lymphedema
MET Metastasis
met Metastasize
RICK Rickettsia
VSZ Varicella
Lymphaden/itis Inflammation of the lymph nodes
Cervic/itis Inflammation of the cervix that is usually caused by an infection
Carcin/oma A malignant tumor that occurs in epithelial tissue
Immun/ology The study of all aspects of the immune system
Adenoid/ectomy Surgical removal of the adenoids
Splen/itis Inflammation of the spleen
Anti/vir/al Against a virus
Blast/o/cyte Immature cell
Onc/ology The study of malignant neoplasms
Macro/phage A phagocyte that protects the body by engulfing or surrounding cells
Hem/o/lytic Remove and destroy red blood cells
Thym/itis Inflammation of the thymus gland
Sarc/oma Maligant tumor that arises from connective tissues
Splen/o/rrhagia Bleeding from the spleen
Strept/o/cocci Bacteria that forms a chain
Vir/al Pertaining to a virus
Immun/ologist Specializes in diagnosing and treating disorders of the immune system
Inguin/al Pertaining to the goin
Lymph/edema Abnormal amount of fluid retention in the tissues
Tele/therapy Radiation theraphy administered at a distance from the body
Anti/bacteri/al Fight against bacteria
Cyt/o/tox/ic Pertaining to poisoned blood cells
Aden/itis Inflammation of a gland
Neo/plasm New abnormal tissue formation that is either benign or malignant
Thym/oma A benign tumor originating in the thymus
Created by: grammie5