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Wk 3

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pernicious anemia
lack of mature red blood cells dur to inability to absorb vitamin B12 into the body
hemophilia
excessive bleeding caused by congenital lack of factor VIII or IX
coagulation time
time required for venous blood to clot in a test tube
antigen
a substance, usually foreign, that stimulates the production of an antibody
myeloid
derived from bone marrow
hemolysis
breakdown of recipient's red bood cells when incompatible bloods are mixed
urtero enterostophy
creation of a connection between the intestine and the ureter
omentum refers to
peritoneal connection between the stomach and other internal organs
lithrotipsy
procedure in which a stone is found in the gallbladder or urinary bladder is crushed or removed
vesiculotomy
medical term for making an incision into the seminal vesicle
urethroplasty
surgical repair of the urethra
hematocrit
gives the percentage of red blood cells in a volume of blood after the blood has been spun in a centrifuge
type of hernia
hernia codes are listed according to
flow and motion of urine
urodynamics pertains to
calculus & kidney stone
the concretion of mineral salts
in carcerated
a hernia that cannot be returned to the abdominal cavity
extent of the procedure
the first step in choosing the correct digestive endoscopic procedure code is to identify the ____of the procedure
autologus blood donation
requires pt to donate their own blood
imbrication
means overlapping
cystorrhapy
suture of the bladder
diaphram
the muscular wall that separates the thoracic and abdominal cavities
Vas Defrens
is part of the male reproduction system
anastomosis
any surgical connection between two parts
manipulation of teh urethra
(dilation or catheterization) strengthening of a passage that has narrowed.
coagulation
process of blood clotting
macrophages
cells in the spleen, liver, and bonemarrow that destroy the worn out red blood cells
hemoglobin
blood protein
palliative
relieving symptoms but not curing
immunoglobin
a protein with antibody activity
-stasis
suffix meaning a stop or control
chrom/o
color
deficencies
granulocytopenia and pancytopenia are both
relapse
signs and symptoms reappear
sickle cell anemia
a hereditary conditioncharacterized by abnormal sickle shapeof erythrocytes and by hemolysis.
remission
disappearance of signs of disease
heparin
anticoagulant substance
aplastic anemia
failure of blood cell production due to aplasia of bone marrow cells.
serum
plasma minus clotting proteins and cells
hemolytic anemia
reduction in red cells due to excessive destruction
purpura
multiple pinpoint hemorrhages and accumulation of blood under the skin
leukemia
increase in cancerous white blood cells
red blood cell morphology
microscopic examination of a stained blood smear to determine the shape of individual red cells
True
Is it the platelet in the blood system that facilitates clotting
True
Was the Rh factor first identified in the blood of a monkey
true
is erythropoietin secreted by the kidney