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Terms for Test #5-S

PHB 110 Wk 5 Term test -- S

S without
sagittal vertical cut yielding right and left halves
sarc/o flesh, connective tissue
scler/o hard
-scope instrument, to look at
seb/o oil, sebum
sed rate sedimentation rate
segs segmented neutrophils of WBC
semi- half
septic/o sepsis, decay
SGOT serum glutamic-oxalaoacetic transaminase
SGPT serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase
SIDS sudden infant death syndrome
SOB shortness of breath
son/o sound
SOP standard operating procedure
sp. gr. specific gravity
spir/o breath, breathing
staphyl/o grapelike clusters
-stasis stopping, controlling
STAT immmediately, now
STD sexually transmitted disease
sten/o narrow
STI sexually transmitted infection
strept/o twisted chains
STS serologic or standard test for syphilis
sub- below, under
super- above, more than normal
supra- above, upon
Created by: djbroder