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Medical Terminology Test One Part Two
Terms in this set (31)
The word element that means tail is:
A cytologist specializes in the study of:
The simplest level of the human body is the:
A condition characterized by the body's inflammatory response to infection is called:
What is the surgical procedure that joins two ducts or blood vessels to allow flow from one to the other?
What is the structure that separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominopelvic cavity?
The plane that separates the body into superior and inferior portions is the:
Adhesions can develop anywhere in the body, but form most commonly in the:
Another term for septicemia is:
A gastroscope is a type of:
What radiographic procedure employs high-frequency sound waves to produce an image?
What directional term describes the position of the mouth relative to the nose?
What is the upper right abdominopelvic region (beneath the ribs)?
Right hypochondriac region
In the anatomical position, how is the wrist described in relationship to the fingers?
The wrist is superior to the fingers.
Which term describes a separation, destruction, or loosening of tissue?
What procedure produces images of an organ or area of the body after introduction of a tracer?
Visual examination of an organ or canal with a specialized lighted instrument is called:
Where is the right lung in reference to the heart?
A noninvasive technique that uses electromagnetic energy to produce images of internal structures of the body is a(n):
The cranial and spinal cavities are subdivisions of the:
The diagnostic technique that produces an image by recording the concentration of a radiopharmaceutical is called a(n):
A surgical connection of two ducts or blood vessels is:
What is the term for a tumor composed of cartilage?
Which condition involves fever, elevated heart and respiratory rate, and low blood pressure?
Which term describes scar tissue formation during the healing process that binds anatomical surfaces together?
What suffix means separation, destruction, or loosening?
The directional term proxim/al describes a position:
nearest to the beginning of a structure.
The prefix ultra- means:
A coronal plane divides the body into:
front side and back side.
What plane divides the body into right and left halves?
The most complex level of the human body is the:
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