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Medical Terms 'T'

Period 3 HCA Health Science

T&A tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy
T, Temp temperature
tab tablet
TB tuberculosis
tbsp tablespoon
TCDB turn, cough, deep breathe
TH thyroid hormone
TIA transient ischemic attack
tid three times a day
TLC tender loving care
TO telephone order
tol tolerated
TPN total parenteral nutrition
TPR temperature, pulse, respiration
tr, tinct tincture
TSH thyroid stimulating hormone
tsp teaspoon
TUR transurethral resection
TWE tap water enema
tx traction, treatment, transplant
tach- (o,y) rapid, fast
ten- (do,o) tendon
tetra- four
-therapy treatment
therm- (o,y) heat
thorac- (o) thorax, chest
thromb- (o) clot, thrombus
thym- (o) thymus gland
thyr- (o) thyroid gland
-tome instrument that cuts
-tox (ic) poison
trach- (e, i, o) trachea, windpipe
trans- across, over, beyond
tri- three
trich- (o) hair
-trips (y) crushing by rubbing or grinding
-trophy nutrition, growth, development
tympan- (o) eardrum, tympanic membrane
Created by: brooklynepowers