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Ch7 MedTerm

Ch7 Med Term - Respiratory System

alveol/o alveolus; air sac
anthrac/o coal
atel/o incomplete
broncho/o bronchus
bronchi/o bronchus
bronchiol/o bronchiole
coni/o dust
diaphragmat/o diaphragm
epiglott/o epiglottis
laryng/o larynx
lob/o lobe
nas/o nose
orth/o straight, upright
ox/o, ox/i oxygen
pharyng/o pharynx
pleur/o pleura
pneum/o lung, air
pneumon/o lung, air
pulmon/o lung
rhin/o nose
sinus/o sinus, cavity
spir/o breathing
trache/o trachea, windpipe
-capnia carbon dioxide
-ectasis dilated, expansion
-osmia smell
-phonia voice
-pnea breathing
-ptysis spitting
-thorax chest
record of bronchus bronchogram
inflammation of bronchus bronchitis
surgical repair of bronchus bronchoplasty
produced by bronchus bronchogenic
instrument to view inside of bronchus bronchoscope
involuntary muscle spasm of bronchus bronchospasm
pertaining to bronchus bronchial
dilated bronchus bronchiectasis
pertaining to diaphragm diaphragmatic
removal of voice box laryngectomy
inflammation of voice box laryngitis
surgical repair of voice box laryngoplasty
instrument to view voice box laryngoscope
pertaining to voice box laryngeal
paralysis of voice box laryngoplegia
removal of lung lobe lobectomy
instrument to measure oxygen oximeter
condition of no oxygen anoxia
insufficient oxygen in blood hypoxemia
insufficient oxygen condition hypoxia
puncture of pleura to withdraw fluid pleurocentesis
removal of pleura pleurectomy
pleural pain pleurodynia
throat inflammation pharyngitis
pertaining to throat pharyngeal
nose and throat inflammation nasopharyngitis
lung specialist pulmonologist
inflammation of nose rhinitis
abnormal condition of nose fungus rhinomycosis
surgical repair of nose rhinoplasty
rapid flow (of blood) from nose rhinorrhagia
nose discharge rhinorrhea
inflammation of all sinuses pansinusitis
chest pain thoracalgia
incision into chest thoracotomy
pertaining to inside trachea endotracheal
incision into trachea tracheotomy
narrowing of trachea tracheostenosis
no voice aphonia
abnormal voice cysphonia
lack of CO2 acapnia
excessive CO2 hypercapnia
lack of smell anosmia
not breathing apnea
slow breathing bradypnea
difficult, labored breathing dyspnea
normal breathing eupnea
excessive (deep)breathing hyperpnea
insufficient (shallow) breathing hypopnea
(sitting)straight breathing orthopnea
rapid breathing tachypnea
blood in chest hemothorax
pus in chest pyothorax
air in chest pneumothorax
lack of 02 that can lead to unconsciousness and death asphyxia
abnormal breathing pattern Cheyne-Stokes respiration
nosebleed epitaxis
cough up blood of blood-stained sputum hemoptysis
to breathe too fast and too deep hyperventilation
breathe too slow and too shallow hypoventilation
dyspnea when laying flat orthopnea
ENT otorhinolaryngology
open or unblocked patent
thick mucus secreted by membranes in respiratory tract phlegm
grating sound in lungs pleural rub
abnormal crackling sound during inspiration rales
musical sound during expiration rhonchi
SOB shortness of breath
mucus or phlegm coughed up from lining of respiratory tract sputum
harsh, high-pitched noise breathing stridor
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