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Chabner Chapter 2

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abdominal
pertaining to the abdomen
adipose
Pertaining to fat
anterior
pertaining to the front
anabolism
process of casting up (building up or synthesizing process in a cell
cervical
pertaining to the neck
chondroma
tumor of cartilage
chondrosarcoma
Flesh tumor (malignant) of cartilage
chromosomes
"color bodies" contain genetic material and are located in the nucleus and cell membrane
coccygeal
pertaining to the tailbone
craniotomy
incision of the skull
cytoplasm
contents of the cell
distal
pertaining to the far (from the begining of a structure
dorsal
pertaning to the back
histology
study of tissues
iliac
pertaining to the ilium
inguinal
pertaining to the groin
karyotype
picture (classification) of the nucleus (and its chromosomes)
lateral
pertaining to the side
lumbosacral
pertaining to the lumbar and sacral regions
medial
pertaining to the middle
nucleic
pertaining to the nucleus
pelvic
pertaining to the pelvis
posterior
pertaining to the back, behinde
proximal
pertaining to near the beginning of a structure
sacral
pertaining to tbe sacrum (lower back)
sarcoma
tumor of flesh tissue
spinal
pertaining to the spine, backbone
epithelial cell
cell covering the surface of the skin and inner lining of the body cavities and tubes
thoracic
pertaining to the chest
thoracotomy
incision of the chest
tracheal
pertaining to the windpipe
umbilical
pertaining to the navel
ventral
pertainng to the belly side of the body
vertebral
pertaining to the vertebrae
visceral
pertaining to the internal organs
anabolic
pertaning to casting up, building up substances (proteins) in the cell
catabolism
process of casting down, breaking down material in the cell release energy
epigastric
pertaining to above the stomach
hypochondriac regions
pertaining to under the rib cartilages (area of the abdomen)
intervertebral
pertaning to between the vertebrae
metabolism
state of building up (anabolism) and breaking down (catabolism) process in a cell