non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus; type 2; late onset
insulin dependent diabetes mellitus; type 1; early onset
pupils equal and reactive to light
enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
pertaining to tissues (histology)
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
endoscopic retrograde choleangiopancreatography
end-stage renal disease
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
sudden infant death syndrome
transurethral resection of the prostate
herpes simplex virus, strain 2
echocardiogram; test looking at structure and function of the heart.
transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
Computerized Axial Tomography
Positron Emission Tomography scan
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Magnetic Resonance Angiography
erythrocyte sedimentation rate
bilateral otitis media (both ears; middle ear infection)
Urinary Tract Infection
Upper Respitory Infection
chronic renal failure
kidneys, ureters, bladder
Incision and drainage
Tonsillectomy and adnoidectomy
Hormone replacement therapy
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease; (Salpingitis)
Total Vaginal Hysterectomy
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy
Measles Mumps and Rubella
Diphtheria, Pertussis, and Tetnis
Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Arterial Blood Gases
Glomerular Filtration Rate
Total hip replacement
Total knee replacement
Electrocardiogram; electoral activity of heart
Electromyogram/graphy; heart muscle
Electroencephalograph; measures electrical activity of brain
transient ischemic attack (mini-stroke)
cerebrovascular accident (stroke)
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease)
glucose tolerance test
prostate specific antigen
purified protein derivative
distal interphalangeal joint
left lower extremity
central nervous system (Brain and spinal cord)
peripheral nervous system
autonomic nervous system
somatic nervous system
electro-convulsive therapy; electro shock therapy ; convulsive shock therapy
sexually transmitted infection or diseases
systemic lupus erythmatosis
high density lipoproteins
low density lipoproteins
temperature pulse respiration
acute myocardial infarction
After Meals; post cibum
Before meals; ante cibum
Posterioanterior OR Physician Assistant
Medical Doctor OR Muscular Dystrophy
Veterans Affairs OR Visual Acuity
What is the name of an agent that protects against disease?
Urination at night
Non cancerous; non progressive
tending to become worse and can cause death
the relaxation phase of the heart
the contraction phase of the heart
the condition in which there is a deficiency of O2 is being delivered to cells.
The graphic record of the electrical activity of the heart.
Different heredity inadequacies of coagulation factors that result in long bleeding times
An excessive uncontrolled increase in immature white blood cells in the blood eventually leading to infection
having an incomplete cranium or skull
surgical puncture into the plural cavity
Drooping of the upper eyelid
Spasm of the eyelid
Ringing or tinkling sounds in ears
The act of giving birth
Producing or contains pus
the serous membrane that lines long bones
process of viewing abdominal wall with a laproscope
collection of fluid in scrotal sac
diffecency of oxygen
abnormal enlargement of the spleen
accumulation of fluid within interstitial spaces
fungus in nail bed
narrowing of the intestines
softening of articular cartilage in patella
bursting of a vein
stones in bursa
condition related to sun; sunburn
benign smooth muscle tumor in uterus
good and normal movement
impairment of normal movement
malignant tumor of neuroglial cells
the process of engulfing bacteria and foreign debris
Any deviation from the norm
surgical repair of the nose
surgical breaking of bone
excessive dry skin
change of color
A relative constancy in the internal environment of the body
paralysis of lower half of body
hardening of the viscera
fear of public speaking
involuntary rhythmic jerking movement of the eyes
abnormal passageway between two tubular organs
Failure of testicles to descend into the scrotom
surgical cutting and tying Vas Deferins to prevent passage of sperm
the stretching/dialation of stomach
the surgical fracture of bone to correct deformity
The name for partial or complete loss of hair
Process of blood formation
The incomplete dislocation of a joint
The congenital condition also known as Trisomy 21
most severe form of hypertension during pregnancy
absence of one or both testicles
Distal portion of the small intestine.
The process of washing out of an organ
local dilation of wall formed at a weak point in vessel wall
Naturally occurring anti clotting factor
Sarcoma and carcinomas
two main categories of neoplasm
the act of turning the palm down and backward
Muscles that have a striped appearance when viewed under a microscope are called _____.
muscles found in the walls of hollow organs are called ____.
Joint that always moves in one direction
wasting away or w.o development
inflammation of a joint
abnormal enlargement at base of great toe
surgical repair of a joint
injury involving ligaments
injury to body of muscle
crack-like groove or sore in skin
small flat discoloration of skin not raised or depressed
small elevation of skin filled w/ pus
Wheal / Hives
circumscribe area slightly elevated lesion paler in center than around edges
scraping or rubbing away of skin as result of friction
Blister or vescicle
small thin walled skin lesion containing clear fluid
instrument used to examine nasopharynx and gustation tube.
use of otoscope to view tympanic membrane
instrument used to examine rectum ; cutting and cauterizing loop
instrument used to surgically remove tissue from body
process of viewing abdominal cavity
direct visualization of the structures of the eye at all depths
direct visualization of the vagina and cervix
process of viewing interior of a joint w/ scope
examination of interior or larynx using endoscope
radiological technique to examine function of organ/body part
use of special stethoscope to detect fetal heart beat
process by which malignancy cells spread to other parts of the body
any abnormal growth of new tissue
The term that refers to change or transformation
Muscle covers shoulder
Muscle that is triangular shaped
Muscle thats smaller muscle located in upper outer quadrant near gleutus maximus?
Muscle located in fleshy part of cheek
Main muscle of the calf
bat shaped bone @ base of skull
bone forms back of head/base of skull
this bone has a large projection at end called olecranon process
bones of the fingers
Name of more slender of two lower leg bones
voluntary blocking of unpleasant feelings or experiences from ones mind
process of transferring emotion from original idea or object to a new object/idea
transferring ones own unacceptable thoughts /feelings onto someone else
response o which a individual reverts to an earlier stage of development and comfort measures associated with that stage
ego defense mechanism where someone unconsciously identifies with another person/object and assumes the feels of that other object/person
term for branch of medicine that deals with physical therapy
term used to express a sense of well being or eulation
someone that steals
Intermittent Positive Pressure Breathing
T/F: The pulmonary arteries are the only arteries in the body that carry deoxygenated blood.
Oxygenated blood is carried by ____.
T/F: myopia is a refractive error in which the lens of the eye cannot focus on an image accurately resulting in impaired distant vision also called nearsightedness.
T/F: Psoriasis is a non infectious chronic disorder of skin, silvery white scales, intense itching
T/F: Gangreen is tissue death due to loss of adequate blood supple; produces foul odor
T/F: entrodious is the removal of certain elements from blood lymph by passing them through a semi-permiable membrane.
T/F: Sleep apena isa sudden attack of sleep.
FALSE - narcalepsy
T/F: Choleithiasis is an abnormal presence of gallstones in GB.
T/F: electromyogram is a record of electrical activity of heart
T/F: Colostomy is the surgical creation of a new opening between the stomach and the surface of the body
T/F: the transverse plane divides the body into equal right and left sides
T/F: Cancer is a malignant neoplasm
T/F: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma are the most common forms of skin cancer.
T/F: A sinus is a hollow space or an opening in a bone.
T/F: The cerebrum is the largest and uppermost part of the brain.
A CVA involves death of a specific portion of brain tissue due to lack of blood flow to that part of the brain. Also called a stroke.
subarachnoid hematoma is a collection of blood below the ____.
T/F: Reyes syndrome is an acute encephaliopathy along w/ fatty infiltration of internal organs that may follow acute viral infection; often occurs in children under 18 with fatal results
T/F: Ultrasound used to analyze inter-crainal structure of the brain is termed echoencephalography
T/F: Rhizotomy is the surgical resection of a spinal nerve root
T/F: Septicemia is systemic infection in which pathogens are present in blood stream having spread from infection in any part of body.
T/F: Purpura is the condition of blood beneath skin in pint point hemorrhages.
A straightening motion.
T/F: Endolymph and perilymph help transmit sound waves.
T/F: Is the organ or corti located in the cochlea?
muscle located above and near the ear
Bones of the wrist
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