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Integ./Dig./Res. Sys

Integ./Dig./Res. System

Outer Covering of the Body Skin
the outermost, nonvascular layer of the skin epidermis
Beneath the skin Subcutaneous
Protection, Sensory, Temp. Regulation, metabolism, and waste elimination 5 Functions of the skin
Removal of the tissue from body for examinations Biopsy
Removal of contaminated or devitaled tissue from a lesion debridement
Tissue or organ for implantation or transplantation Graft
Malignant new growth made up of the epithelial cells Carcinoma
Horny Growth, such as a wart or callosity Keratosis
mole or growth nevus
inflammation of the skin and subcutaneous tissue cellulitis
shingles; inflammation disease of a nerve herpes zoster
ringworm tinea
infection of the scalp by ringworm tinea capitis
infection of the body by ringworm tinea corporis
infection of the groin of ringworm tinea cruris
athlete's foot tinea pedis
lice pediculosis capitis
redness in the skin eczema
chronic, hereditary, recurrent dermatosis psoriasis
disorder that causes various skin lesions diabetes mellitus
venereal disease syphilis
chicken pox varicella
Test for TB PPD or Mantoux Test
no body pigment albinism
baldness alopecia
thermal injury to the skin Burn
redness of the skin bc of heat First Degree Burn
redness and blisters caused by heat Second Degree Burn
Full thickness burns Third Degree Burn
localized hyperplasia of the horny layer of the epidermis caused by friction callus
study of skin and its diseases dermatology
bruise ecchymosis
redness of the skin erythema
hard crust produced by burns eschar
falling off in scales and layers exfoliation
necrotic or dead tissue gangrene
cut or tearing fo skin laceration
itching pruritus
pus containing vesicle pustule
mark remaining after wound scar
swelling; that may be benign or malignant tumor
destruction of tissue from sloughing of necrotic inflammatory tissue ulcer
hives urticaria
blister containing liquid vesicle
loss of pigment vitiligo
localized area of swelling on the body surface wheal
oral cavity forming the beginning of the digestive system mouth
organ of taste tongue
membranous passage extending from extending from the pharynx to the stomach esophagus
musclomembranous expansion of the digestive tract between the esophagus and duodenum stomach
pear shaped reservoir for bile gallbladder
first part of large intestine cecum
opening of the rectum anus
malignant tumor carcinoma
inflammation of the colon colitis
to fold or bend flexure
flow of gastric acid contents back up into the esophagus causing heartburn gastroesophageal reflux disease
inflammation of the tongue glossitis
common symptoms in many gi disorders nausea and vomiting
defect of the surface of an organ or tissue ulcer
removal of the appendix appendectomy
excision of the gallbladder cholecystectomy
surgical formation of an opening between the colon and the body surface colostomy
excision of the stomach gastrectomy
incision through the abdominal wall laparotomy
part of the stomach stapled to permit passage of a small amount of food stomach stapling
cutting the vagus nerve to reduce stomach stimulation vagotomy
insertion of the gloved finger into the rectum or vagina digital examination
using endoscopes to examine esophagus, stomach,a and duodenum esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EDG)
inspection of the stomachs interior with a gastroscope gastroscopy
small stool sample for laboratory results stool sample or specimen
using ultrasound to obtain a visual record of any organ ultrasonography
building up nurtients for growth and development anabolism
act of swallowing deglutition
thin leaf shaped structure posterior to the root of tongue epiglottis
taking food, liquids, drugs, etc. by mouth ingestion
small rough elevations on tongue and roof of mouth; taste buds papillae
small cone-shaped tissue hanging from soft plate of the mouth ovula
generalized massive edema anasarca
severe malnutrition and wasting cachexia
disease of the intestine enteropathy
pertaining to the tongue glossal
washing out an organ (stomach or bowel) lavage
mouth (artificially created) stoma
structures of the jaws for biting and masticating food teeth
pertaining to the saliva salivary glands
the throat pharynx
membraneous passage extending from the pharynx to the stomach esophagus
the first portion of the small intestine duodenum
part of the small intestine from the duodenum to the ileum jejunum
last portion of the small intestine, from jejunum to cecum ileum
large, elongated gland situated transversely behind the stomach pancreas
the large, dark red gland int he upper part of the abdomen on the right side, just beneath the diaphragm liver
large intestine colon
the last of the large intestine rectum
union of the two surfaces normally seperated adhesion
inflammation of the appendix appendicitis
extreme food poisoning botulism
gallstones cholelithiasis
interstitial inflammation of an organ cirrhosis
material expelled from the stomach during vomiting emesis
inflammation of the esophagus esophagitis
peptic or duodenal tissue inflammation of the stomach or intestinal linings, with pain and sometimes bleeding from perforation gastric ulcers
inflammation of the stomach lining gastritis
inflammation of the stomach and intestine caused by ingested harmful bacterial toxin, with acute nausea and vomiting, cramps, and diarrhea gastroenteritis
inflammation of the liver hepatitis
protrusion of a portion of an organ or tissue through an abnormal opening hernia
increased motility of the small or large intestine causing nausea, pain, anorexia, and trapping of gas throughout the intestinal tract IBS
Body Mass Index >30 obesity
inflammation of the pancreas pancreatitis
endoscopic examination of the colon colonoscopy
noninvasive scanning in visualize fluid, and soft and bone tissue MRI; Magnetic Resonance Imaging
the uptake from the intestine of fluids, solutes, proteins, fats, and other nutrients into the intestinal wall cells, blood, lymph, or body fluids anabolism
breaking down nutrients catabolism
act of converting food and fluids into chemical substances that can be absorbed and assimilated digestion
excreting solid waste elimination
exerting body solid and liquid waste excretion
muscular movement of food and liquid through the GI tract peristalsis
wide, short tube, commonly called the windpipe trachea
abnormal accumulation of edematous fluid within the peritoneal cavity ascites
an intravenous feeding program similar to total perenteral nutrition hyperalimentation
no food or drink by mouth NBO Nothing by Os
windpipe trachea
two cone shaped spongy organs consisting of alveoli, blood vessels, nerves, and elastic tissues. lung
one of the larger passages conveying air to the lung lobes bronchus
one of the subdivisions of the branched bronchial tree brinchiloes
muscular partition that separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity and aids in the process of breathing diaphragm
localized collection of pus in a cavity formed by the disintegration of tissues abscess
Adult (Acute) respiratory distress syndrome ARDS
spasm and narrowing of bronchi, leading to bronchial airway obstruction asthma
abnormally slow breathing bradypnea
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD
hemorrhage from the nose epistaxis
influenza flu
acute viral infection of the respiratory tract influenza
inflammation of the larynx laryngitis
inflammation of the pharynx pharyngitis
sudden infant death syndrome SIDS
inflammation of a sinus sinusitis
upper respiratory infection URI
medication that can be sprayed from a container to relieve bronchial distress, especially asthma aerosol
without oxygen anoxia
temporary cessation of breathing apnea
lung examination using a bronchoscope bronchoscopy
cardiopulmonary resuscitation CPR
blueish looking cyanosis
labored or difficult breathing dyspnea
excess of CO2 in the blood hypercapnia
insufficient oxygen hypoxia
excision of a lobe of the lung lobectomy
purified protein derivative (TB Test) PPD
tests to assess ventilatory status pulmonary function
a device for giving artificial respiration or to assist in pulmonary ventilation respirator or ventilator
Short of Breath SOB
surgical punture of the chest wall into the parietal cavity to remove fluid thoracentesis
Created by: Chelgowitt