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pomr problem oriented medical record
somr source oriented medical record
ibd inflammatory bowel disease
hav hepatitis a virus
hbv hepatitis b virus
nafld non alcoholic fatty liver disease
bil bilirubin
cir cirrhosis
ge gasstroenteritis
ics iieocecal sphincter
io intestinal obstruction
pu peptic ulcers
jaund jaundice
mo morbid obesity
uc ulcerative colitis
cheliosis abnormal condition of the lips
cholangitis inflammation of the bile duct
gastroesophageal pertaining to the stomach and esophagus
steatosis abnormal condition of fat within the liver
stomatomycosis abnormal condition of fungus within the mouth
colostomy surgical creation of an opening between the colon and the body surface
cirrhosis a progressive degenerative disease of the liver that is often caused by excessive alcohol use
hepatomegaly abnormal enlargement of the liver
enteralgia pain in the small intestine
proctopexy surgical fixation of the rectum
dyspepsia pain or discomfort in the stomach -indigestion-
palatoplasty surgical repair of a palate/cleft lip
iieocecal pertaning to the ileum and cecum
cholecysectomy surgical removal of the gall bladder
dysphagia difficulty in swallowing
proctoplasty surgical repair of the rectum
esophagitis inflammation of the esophagus
gastromegaly abnormal enlargement of the stomach
sigmoidpexy surgical fixation of the sigmoid colon
colonoscopy visual examination of the colon
gastrotomy surgical incision of the stomach
iieectomy surgical removal of the ileum
hematemesis the vomiting of blood
pancreaitis inflammation of the pancreas
gingivectomy surgical removal of a diseased gingival tissues
Created by: secretsluv