A list of debit and credit balances of accounts in double entry ledgers.
A summary of financial accounts showing the balance due , payments & adjustments made.
Transferring entries or items from a book of orginal entry to the proper account in or on a ledger. ( Writing & Giving Debits or Credits to an Account)
A book containing accounts to which debits & credits are posted.( a card accumulating all financial transactions of a particular account)
A gain or recurrent benefit usually measured in money that derives from capital or labor.
A record of transactions as a daily log or entry in double entry bookkeeping.
An accounting period of twelve months . (12 months)
An item of business outlay chargeable against a revenue for a specific period.
To pay out .
One who owes a debt , one who owes money.
One to whom a debt is owed, a person to whom money or goods are due.
The money in a person's favor on an account, Money they have paid over & above whats owed.
To compute the difference between the debits & credits of an account.
Something supplied for convenience to satisfy a need ,adjustment,reconciliation,sociology.
Records of debits & credits ( entries chronologically posted to a ledgerpage to cover transactions)
Study of the heart
The study of skin.
A person who studies the skin.
A person who studies the heart .
doctor who treats mental diseases
(n.) something of value; a resource; an advantage
the medical office's statements are equally divided and sent twice a month, weekly, or daily
the state of being legally obliged and responsible
a book for keeping financial records
record of services for billing and for insurance processing. also called a charge slip or encounter form
impairment of speech resulting from a brain lesion
passages in the inner ear associated with maintaining equilibrium
persistent ringing, whistling, clicking, or booming noise in the ears
one of the three bones of the middle ear shaped like stirrups
an instrument used to examine the ears
hardening of the ear (stapes) (caused by irregular bone development and resulting in hearing loss)
inflammation of the external auditory meatus
the malleus, incus, and stapes; small bones in the inner ear
Organ of corti
the hearing organ of the inner ear
involuntary, rapid movement of eyeball
chronic inner ear disorder, characterized by tinnitus, nerve deafness, vertigo
the ossicle attached to the eardrum, the outermost bone in the ossicular chain. One end is attached to the tympanic membrane; the other is connected to the Incus.
the ossicle between the malleus and the stapes
either of the paired tubes connecting the middle ears to the nasopharynx
The external ear seperated from the middle ear by the tympanic membrane that stretches over the auditory canal.
malleus, incus, stapes
inflammation of the stomach lining
an abnormal or unnatural dread of water
an inflammation of the kidney
infection of the mouth, inflammation
Tumor composed of nerve cells
any severe mental disorder in which contact with reality is lost or highly distorted
Infectious condition of the marginal structures around the nail
Inflammation of nerve(s) usually associated with degenerative process.
pain along the course of a nerve
Central Nervous System
the portion of the vertebrate nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord
Peripheral Nervous System
the part of the nervous system that connects the central nervous system to the body's organs and muscles
Autonomatic Nervous System
Regulates the body's internal enviornment by stimulating glands and maintaining internal organs.
Nerves that carry information from the sense receptors to the spinal cord and brain.
Sensory nerves that transport information to the brain.
conduct impulses away from the central nervous system
carry messages away from the brain and spinal cord; motor nerves
Neurons that connect sensory and motor neurons, carrying messages between the two
send and receive messages, found in brain and spinal cord functions: irritability and conduction
the long, thin cells of nerve tissue along which messages travel to and from the brain
cell body - soma, axon, myeline sheath, dendrites/terminal buttons, synapse
..., Cells which support, insulate, and protect neurons
known as glial cells: connective tissue that supports,nourishes, protects, insulates and organizes neruons
abundant, star shaped anchors neurons to nutrients and blood supply
Act as phagocytes, eating damaged cells and bacteria, act as the brains immune system
wrap CNS axons in a myelin sheath
largest part of a typical neuron; contains the nucleus and much of the cytoplasm
a part of a neuron that carries impulses away from the cell body
a layer of myelin encasing (and insulating) the axons of medullated nerve fibers
Specialized cells that myelinate the fibers of neurons found in the PNS
whitish nervous tissue of the CNS consisting of neurons and their myelin sheaths
greyish nervous tissue containing cell bodies as well as fibers
Bioelectric signals, the receptors send messages along nerves to the brain and spinal chord in response to stimuli from the enviroment, the messages are called....
the junction between two neurons (axon-to-dendrite) or between a neuron and a muscle, The junction between the axon tip of the sending neuron and the dendrite or cell body of the receiving neuron.
changes, occurring within or outside the body, that affect nervous system functioning
voltage across a membrane. ranges from -50 to -200 millivolts. inside of cell negative compared to the outside
Potassium And Sodium
two types of ions that contribute to a neuron's resting membrane potential
a light soft silver-white metallic element of the alkali metal group, K, K+
resting/inactive state of plasma membrane of neuron
"irritated state", (+) moves to inside, (-) on outside, but only at point of irritation
a neural impulse; a brief electrical charge that travels down an axon
Regaining the original charge imbalance between the inner and outer membrane surfaces (regaining the original "poles")
lacking a myelin sheath, (the lack of the myelin sheath that creates the gray color of the brain and spinal cord), small visceral afferent nerves which may conduct nerve impulses at only .5 m/sec
A straight line passing from side to side through the center of a circle or sphere.
The swelling at the end of a neurone where it forms a junction (synapse) with another neurone.
small membrane sacs that specialize in moving products into, out of, and within a cell
chemicals that carries information across the synaptic gap from one neuron to the next.
the space between the presynaptic neuron (sending the message) and the postsynaptic neuron (receiving the message)
A sensory nerve that contains processes of sensory neurons and carries nerve impulses to the CNS
Blood - Brain Barrier
Blood vessels (capillaries) that selectively let certain substances enter the brain tissue and keep other substances out
Three protective membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord
Nervous tissue within the spinal cavity
supplies nerves to the pectoral girdle and upper limbs
the inferior enlargement, extends from the ninth to the twelfth thoracic vertebra, nervews to and from the lower limbs arise form the lumbar enlargement
tracts which conduct sensory impulses to the brain
carries motor-control info down from the brain to be transmitted out by the spinal nerves to the muscles
involuntary response to a stimulus
portion of the CNS above the spinal cord; consists of hindbrain, midbrain, and forebrain
outer layer of the kidney
the part of the brain containing both the thalamus and the hypothalamus
a basal part of the diencephalon governing autonomic nervous system
area of the brain responsible for all voluntary activities of the body, largest part of the brain
a broad transverse nerve tract connecting the two cerebral hemispheres
subdivisions of the lung, two on the left and three on the right, Frontal, Parietal, Temporal, Occipital
the two lower chamber of the heart
the brain's sensory switchboard, located on top of the brainstem; it directs messages to the sensory receiving areas in the cortex and transmits replies to the cerebellum and medulla.
structure that connects the brain and spinal cord; includes the medulla oblongata and the pons
between the hind and forebrain it deals with vision, hearing and other senses
part of the brain involved in sleep regulation also connects a cerebellum to the cerebral cortex; sleep and wake cycles
contains centers that control several visceral functions, including breathing, heart and blood vessel activity, swallowing, vomiting, and digestion.
part of the brain that controls balence and body motion
12 pairs of nerves that carry messages to and from the brain
carry sensory information responsible for the sense of smell
sensory nerves; sight; eyes -> cerebral cortex
Optic Nerves II
carry visual information from special sensory receptors in the eyes,, carry visual information to the brain for interpretation
motor nerves; eye and eyelid movement, pupil reactions; Not sight; midbrain -> orbits of the eyes
NIV; smallest cranial nerve, innervates the superior oblique muscle of the eye
largest cranial nerves
the sixth pair of cranial nerves, which innervate the lateral rectus muscle of each eye
sensory nerves for taste, mixed nerves; sensory- taste receptors of anterior 2/3 tongue, tongue -> pons; motor - pons -> facial muscles (expressions)
Cranial Nerve VIII, a composite sensory nerve supplying the hair cells of the vestibular organ and the hair cells of the cochlea, hearing and balance
sensory for taste; motor fibers to the pharynx, sensory nerve to the pharynx and back of the tongue
the tenth cranial nerve that innervates digestive organs, heart and other areas
Found within the muscles of the throat,neck,back,voice box
NXII; provides voluntary motor control over tongue movements, motor fibers to tongue
31 pairs of nerves arising from the spinal cord
Formed from groups of nerves that join together to do a common function after they have left the spinal cord
sensory (afferent) fibers entering the grey matter of the spinal cord
motor (efferent) fibers exiting the gray matter of the spinal cord
clusters of neuron cell bodies in the PNS
showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity
Autonomic Nervous System
the part of the nervous system of vertebrates that controls involuntary actions of the smooth muscles and heart and glands
of or relating to the heart
disorder involving lesions or eruptions of the skin (in which there is usually no inflammation)
cosmetically appealing, not durable, poor visibility, high cost, cylindrical grasp
a piston syringe that is fitted with a hypodermic needle for giving injections, under the skin
Inflammation of the sciatic nerve
Below normal body temperature
Pertaining to the heart and kidney
loss of appetite
One who treats disorders of the feet
a 1st brachial arch syndrome
(premature fusiion of skull and facial bones similar to Crouzon's)
having borne more than one child
within the nose
any of several congenital diseases in which the skin is fishlike (dry and scaly)
abnormal dilation of the central canal of the spinal cord
involving a surface only
any pathology of the peripheral nerves
abnormal development or growth of cells, tissues, or organs
any medicine used to suppress or relieve coughing
the inability to understand written words
a serious (often fatal) disease of the immune system transmitted through blood products especially by sexual contact or contaminated needles
abnormal softening of bones caused by deficiencies of phosphorus or calcium or vitamin D
a slow growing benign tumor of consisting of bone tissue
Abnormal white or yellow vaginal discharge
abnormally heavy or prolonged menstruation
drooping of the upper eyelid
study of the eye and eye diseases
defective curvature of the cornea or lens of the eye
Inflammation of the hair follicles
pain in the eye resulting from exposure to bright light (often associated with albinism)
Unilateral or bilateral decrease of the best corrected visionwise.
inflammation of the cornea causing watery painful eyes and blurred vision
sty; an acute infection of a sebaceous gland of the eyelid
abnormal protrusion of one or both eyeballs
the eversion of the edge of an eyelid, eversion, or outward turning, of the edge of the lower eyelid
pinkeye; inflammation of the conjunctiva
Coats Of The Eye
1.fibrous tunic sclera entire white globe
a.retina fundus deepest part
b.contains rod photoreceptors for black/white dim vision
c.contains cone receptors for color daylight vision
a small sebaceous cyst of the eyelid resulting when a Meibomian gland is blocked
Opacity of the lens of the eye resulting in complete or partial blindness.
inflammation of the skin of the extremities
inflammation of the heart
inflammation of the skin
chronic abnormal enlargement of the lymph nodes (usually associated with disease)
Trade Allergan ear drops
generic colistin / neomycin
generic divalproex sodium
generic amoxicillin/ clavulanate
generic penicillin g benzathine