Tumor of a gland
Inflammation of a gland
Inflammation of a joint
Study of life
Removal of living tissue and examination under a microscope.
Study of the heart.
Pertaining to the head.
Pertaining to the brain.
Process of cutting into.
Process of cutting out.
Glands that secrete hormones within the body.
Process of visual examination of the urinary bladder.
Study of cells.
Inflammation of the skin.
Pertaining to under the skin.
Record of the electricity in the heart.
Record of the electricity of the brain.
Inflammation of the intestines.
A red blood cell.
Removal of the stomach.
Incision of the stomach.
State of complete knowledge; information gathered about a patient's illness.
Prediction about the outcome of an illness.
Study of females and female diseases.
Study of blood.
Collection (mass) of blood.
Inflammation of the liver.
Pertaining to being produced by treatment.
White blood cell
Inflammation of the kidney.
Study of the kidney.
Study of the nerves.
Study of tumors.
Specialist in the study of tumors.
Instrument for visual examination of the eye.
Inflammation of the bone.
Inflammation of bone and joints.
Study of disease.
One who studies diseases performs autopsies and examines biopsy samples.
Pertaining to treatment of children.
Study of the mind.
Specialist in the treatment of the mind.
Study of x-rays.
Pertaining to the kidney.
Inflammation of the nose.
Tumor flesh tissue (cancerous tumor of connective tissues, such as bone, muscle, cartilage, fat).
Process of cutting out; removal
A clotting cell.
Study of the urinary tract.
Pertaining to the heart.
Pertaining to the nerves.
Pain of a joint.
Removal (resection) of a kidney.
Blood condition of white cells; malignant (cancerous) condition.
Pertaining to producing cancer.
Pertaining to producing disease.
Pertaining to the stomach.
Pertaining to the study of nerves.
Inflammation of the urinary bladder.
Study of the endocrine glands.
Tumor (malignant) of the liver.
Abnormal condition of the kidney.
Abnormal condition (Slight increase) of normal white blood cells.
Disease of the intestines.
Disease of glands.
Instrument to visually examine within (the body).
Process of visually examining within (the body).
Incision of a bone.
Process of study of the stomach and intestines.
A decrease in erythrocytes or hemoglobin.
"Self view" - examination of a dead body, understand its function
One who specializes in endocrine glands.
Pertaining to above the stomach.
Outer layer of skin; above the dermis layer.
Condition of increased blood sugar.
Pertaining to below the stomach.
Structure (membrane) surrounding the heart.
Pertaining to behind the heart.
Pertaining to below the liver.
Pertaining to across or through the liver.
Pertaining to the abdomen.
Pertaining to fat.
Pertaining to the front
Process of casting up; Building - up or synthesizing process in a cell.
Pertaining to the neck.
Tumor of cartilage
Flesh tumor (malignant) of cartilage
"Color Bodies"; contain genetic material and are located in the nucleus of cell.
Pertaining to the tail bone.
Incision of the skull.
Contents (formation) of the cell (apart from the nucleus and cell memebrane).
Pertaining to far (from the beginning of a structure)
Pertaining to the back
Study of tissues.
Pertaining to the ilium.
Pertaining to the groin.
Picture (Classification) of the nucleus (and its chromosomes)
Pertaining to the side
Pertaining to the lumbar and sacral regions.
Pertaining to the middle.
Pertaining to the nucleus.
Pertaining to the hip bone.
Pertaining to the back; behind
Pertaining to near the beginning of a structure.
Pertaining to the sacrum (lower back)
Tumor of flesh tissue, malignant.
Pertaining to the spine, backbone.
Cell covering the surface of the skin and inner lining of body cavities and tubes.
Pertaining to the chest.
Incision of the chest.
Pertaining to the windpipe.
Pertaining to the navel.
Peratining to the belly side of the body.
Pertaining to the vertebrae.
Pertaining to internal organs.
Pertaining to casting up; building up substances (proteins) in the cell.
Process of casting down; breaking down material in the cell to release energy.
Pertaining to under the rib cartilage (area of the abdomen).
Pertaining to between the vertebrae.
State of building up (anabolism) and breaking down (catabolism)processes in a cell.
Pain in the ear.
Pain of nerves.
Pain of muscles.
Hernia of the rectum.
Hernia of the urinary bladder.
Surgical puncture to remove fluid from the chest (thoracentesis).
Surgical puncture of the amnion.
Surgical puncture of the abdomen.
Berry - shapped bacterium found in twisted chains.
Berry - shapped bacteria in clusters.
Pain in the chest wall, muscles that is aggravated by breathing.
Removal of the larynx.
Removal of a breast.
To hold back blood from an area of the body.
Condition of producing cancer.
Condition of producing disease.
Fromation of blood vessels.
Pertaining to produced within bone.
Record (xray) of the spinal cord
Process of recording (xray) blood vessels
Inflammation of veins.
Study of the eye.
Study of shape or form.
Destruction of blood (breakdown of red blood cells with release of hemoglobin).
Softening of bone.
Softening of cartilage.
Enlargement of extremities.
Enlargement of the spleen.
Tumor (benign) of muscle.
Tumor (malignant) of muscle (a type of flesh tissue).
Tumor of bone marrow.
to voluntarily refrain
to obtain entry or a means approach
to hold fast or stick together
undesired, possibly harmful
appearance of observable emotions
occuring every year.
to place, put on, or spread something
able to be heard
present on two sides
hard protective device applied to protect a broken bone while it heals
to come to an end or bring to an end
off setting or making up for something
an undesired problem that is the result of some other event
do as directed
brief to the point
degree of viscosity, how thick or thin a fluid is
to draw together or become smaller
shape or outline of a shape
a reason why something is not advisable or why it should not be done
to expel feces
a defeciency or lack of something
downward measurment from a surface
tool or piece of equipment
the distance across the center of an object
to enlarge or expand
to make a liquid less concentrated
enlarged or expanded from pressure
to lift up or place in a higher position
produced with the body
to make worse or more severe
more than what is needed or usual
produced outside of the body
to increase in size or amount
located outside of the body
resulting in death
extreme tiredness, exhaustion
limp, lacking tone
reddened or rubby appearance
sex of an individual, as male or female
maintenanace of body fluid balance
measures contributing to cleanliness
diminished or lacking some usual quality or level
likely to occur soon
reddened, swollen warm, and often tender
to swallow for digestion
to begin or put into practice
so gradual as not to become apparent for a long time
in place, unharmed
located within the body
inserting or entering into a bodypart
changing rapidly and often
present, but not active or visible
difficult to arouse
and indication or sign of a condition
substance or ingredient that provides nourishment
closed or obstructed
significantly important and dangerous
given through or affecting the mouth
obvious, easily observed
a characterisic or constant factor
beginning suddenly or abruptly
producing a strong effect
capable of occurring or likely to occur
to make more susceptible or more likely to occur
first or most significant
of great importance
the anticipated or expected course or outcome
the underlying reason
to occur again
to hold or keep
condition, state of
stringent, exact, complete
to take in addition to or to complete
to stop or subdue
being equal or the same size, shape and realative position
an indication of a problem
adverse or negative
to excrete or expel urine
spoken using words
excrete, or expel urine
amount of space occupied by a fluid
an agreeable or pleasant statement
having a fever
broken, ruptured or torn
primary health care
widest scope of healthcare (ie. family doctor)
secondary health care
specialists (ie. cardiologist, dermatologist)
tertiary health care
specialized consultative care on referral from primary of secondary health provider (ie cancer care, plastic surgeon)
an unmarried woman
contains rigid rules
pertaining to the midline
near attachment of the trunk
toward the surface
toward the head
pus forming a pocket
frontal to back positioning
related to the tail position
related to the head position
surgical removal of the cervix
pertaining to the side
bottom portion of the body
to figure something out based on evidence
not well matched
too wonderful to be compared
to suggest without saying it directly
away from attachment to trunk
willing to say what you think is true
to make a statement that claims to be true
away from the medial plane
toward the medial plane
near the front of the body
cavity composed of the abdomen and pelvis
movement of nutrients from the digestive tube into the bloodstream
imaginary line passing through the body from the head to the feet divides the body into front and back portions
movement of materials form high concentration to lower concentration
the process of water going out of a cell memebrane from high pressure to low pressure
inner lining of the uterus
functional proteins, usually ending in ASE
an imaginary line dividing the body into right and left portions
the sum total of uses of atp in the body
engulfing of materials by certain cells of the body
an imaginary line dividing the body into top and bottom portions.
a narrowing of the diameter of a blood vessel
a widening in the diameter of a blood vessel
S - patients symptoms O - results of exam A - diagnosis P - plan for follow up care
internal organs of all body cavities
sudden in nature and severe
turning the palm downward
turning the palm upward
intense state of feelings
intense unreasonable fear
continued false belief
false impressions of vision, smell, sound, or taste
injury to the integrity of the skin resulting in skin loss
low level of carbon dioxide in the blood
inflammation of the skin related to glands and hair
no menstrual discharge
inflammation of the adenoids
absence of testis
deficiency of oxygen
no urine production
abnormal expansion of lung
elevated and excessive levels of nitrogen substrates and urea in the urine.
xray of the bronchi
skin disease associated with boils
related to the tail position
inflammation of connective tissue, associated with infection and fever
related to the head position
bluish color of the skin related to poor blood supply
bruising of tissue with no loss in skin integrity