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DB #6 Oral Exam Study Guide
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a narrowing of the airway caused by contraction of smooth muscles in the bronchioles.
abnormal slowing of the breathing rythm.
excessive levels of carbon dioxide in the blood.
sudden onset of symptomatic sharp pain or a convulsion; severe coughing spell.
pain in the chest region.
chronic abnormal dilation of the bronchi.
Condition in which trauma or disease causes the alveoli to collapse and prevents air from entering; collapsed lung.
acute inflammatory disease that involves the bronchioles and alveoli; also called lobar pneumonia.
fungal infection of the upper respitory tract; caused by coccidioides immitis organism; valley fever.
inflammation of the nasal membrane and pharynx.
a gas filled cavity or sac occurring especially in the lung.
a contagious bacterial infection that involves the lungs.
narrowing of the trachea due to inflammation.
x-ray image of the bronchi
pertaining to within the trachea; to open the airway.
the near extinct practice of surgically puncturing the larynx and administering mediation through the cricothyroid membrane.
diagnostic procedure that evaluates the blood circulation in the lungs.
surgical repair of the trachea.
symptom of stomach pain also known as gastralgia.
too much bilirubin in the blood. Jaundice in newborns.
presence of small pouches called diverticula on the wall of the colon, often without symptoms or mild bowel discomfort.
an ulcer or erosion in the wall of the duodenum of the small intestine.
acute inflammation of the GI tract that is caused by bacteria protozoa, or chemical irritants.
inflammation of the small or large intestine.
inflammation of the stomach and small intestine.
inflammation of the stomach, small intestine, and colon all at once.
reflux disease, "Gerd" is a digestive disorder that affects the lower esophageal.
softening of the stomach wall.
inflammation of the extensive membrane that lines the inner wall of the abdomino pelvic cavity and covers most of its organs.
another term for parotitis, or mumps, inflammation of one or both parotid glands
pertaining to the abdomen and the perineum including the pelvic area, female vulva.
plastic repair of the anus.
a drug that reduces persistalsis activity in the GI tract.
radio graphic examination of the bile and pancreatic ducts with contrast medium.
a thin flexible tube that uses a lense or miniature camera to view various areas of the gastrointestinal tract.
surgical procedure for inserting a tube through the abdomen wall and into the stomach, tube is used for feeding or drainage.
disease of the liver.
operation performed on the soft tissues of the soft palate and pharyngeal area in the treatment of sleep apnea.
abnormal presence of bacteria in the urine.
distension of the renal pelvis due to a blockage of urine.
a congenital defect in which the urinary meatus is shifted ventrally.
a ureteral stricture or narrowing.
a cystography that includes the uretha.
pertaining to the urinary bladder and urethra.
an abnormal discharge of secretion from the prostate gland.
condition of an undescended testis, also called cryptorchidism.
a condition in which both the epididymis and one or both testes are inflamed.
inflammation of the urinary bladder, inflammation of the prostate and the bladder.
a surgical procedure to remove the seminal vesicles.
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