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Medical Terminology Chapter 16 Skin Laboratory Test and Clinical Procedures
bacterial analyses
fungal tests
cryosurgery
curettage
samples of skin are examined for presence of microorganisms
scraping from skin lesions, hair specimens, or nail clippings…
use of subfreezing temperature via liquid nitrogen applicatio…
use of a sharp dermal curette to scrape away a skin lesion
bacterial analyses
samples of skin are examined for presence of microorganisms
fungal tests
scraping from skin lesions, hair specimens, or nail clippings…
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Medical Terminology Ch. 6 Laboratory Tests and Clinical Procedures
amylase and lipase tests
liver function tests (LFTs)
stool culture
Hemoccult test (stool guaiac test)
tests for the levels of amylase and lipase enzymes in the blood
tests for the presence of enzymes and bilirubin in the blood
test for microorganisms present in feces
test to detect occult (hidden) blood in feces
amylase and lipase tests
tests for the levels of amylase and lipase enzymes in the blood
liver function tests (LFTs)
tests for the presence of enzymes and bilirubin in the blood
19 terms
Medical Terminology Chapter 15 Muscles, pathology, laboratory test, clinical procedures
muscular dystrophy
polymyositis
antinuclear antibody test (ANA)
erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)
group of inherited diseases characterized by progressive weak…
chronic inflammatory myopathy
detects an antibody present in serum of patients with systemi…
measures time it takes for erythrocytes to settle to the bott…
muscular dystrophy
group of inherited diseases characterized by progressive weak…
polymyositis
chronic inflammatory myopathy
8 terms
Medical Terminology Ch 9: Laboratory Tests and Clinical Procedures
PSA test
semen analysis
castration
circumcision
Measurement of levels of prostate-specific antigen in the blo…
Microscopic examination of ejaculated fluid.
Surgical excision of testicles or ovaries.
Surgical procedure to remove the prepuce of the penis.
PSA test
Measurement of levels of prostate-specific antigen in the blo…
semen analysis
Microscopic examination of ejaculated fluid.
19 terms
Medical Terminology Ch. 7 Laboratory Tests and Clinical Procedures
blood urea nitrogen (BUN)
creatinine clearance
CT urography
kidneys, ureters, and bladder (KUB)
measurement of urea levels in blood
measurement of the rate at which creatinine is cleared from t…
X-ray images obtained using computed tomography (CT) show mul…
x-ray examination (without contrast) of the kidneys, ureters,…
blood urea nitrogen (BUN)
measurement of urea levels in blood
creatinine clearance
measurement of the rate at which creatinine is cleared from t…
27 terms
Medical Terminology Ch. 11 Laboratory Tests and Clinical Procedures
BNP Test
cardiac biomarkers
lipid tests (lipid profile)
lipoprotein electrophoresis
measurement of brain natriuretic peptide in blood
chemicals are measured in the blood as evidence of a heart at…
measurement of cholesterol and triglycerides (fats) in a bloo…
lipoproteins (combinations of fat and protein) and physically…
BNP Test
measurement of brain natriuretic peptide in blood
cardiac biomarkers
chemicals are measured in the blood as evidence of a heart at…
17 terms
Medical Terminology Ch. 13 Laboratory Tests and Clinical Procedures
antiglobulin (Coombs) test
bleeding time
coagulation time
complete blood count (CBC)
test for the presence of antibodies that coat and damage eryt…
time required for blood to stop flowing from a tiny puncture
time required for venous blood to clot in a test tube
determination of the numbers of blood cells, hemoglobin conce…
antiglobulin (Coombs) test
test for the presence of antibodies that coat and damage eryt…
bleeding time
time required for blood to stop flowing from a tiny puncture
9 terms
Medical Terminology Chapter 18 Endocrine System Laboratory Test and Clinical Procedures
fasting plasma glucose
serum and urine test
thyroid function tests
exophthalmometry
also known as fasting blood sugar test. measures circulating…
measurement of hormones, electrolytes, glucose, and other sub…
measurement of T3, T4 and TSH in bloodstream
measurement of eyeball protrusion with an exophthalmometer
fasting plasma glucose
also known as fasting blood sugar test. measures circulating…
serum and urine test
measurement of hormones, electrolytes, glucose, and other sub…
17 terms
Medical Terminology Ch. 15 Laboratory Tests and Clinical Procedures
antinuclear test (ANA)
erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)
rheumatoid factor test (RF)
serum calcium (Ca)
detects an antibody often present in serum of patients with s…
measures time it takes for erythrocytes to settle to the bott…
serum is tested for the presence of an antibody found in many…
measurement of calcium level in serum
antinuclear test (ANA)
detects an antibody often present in serum of patients with s…
erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)
measures time it takes for erythrocytes to settle to the bott…
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Medical Terminology Ch. 16 Laboratory Tests and Clinical Procedures
bacterial analysis
fungal tests
cryosurgery
curettage
samples of skin are examined for presence of microorganisms
scraping from skin lesions, hair specimens, or nail clippings…
use of subfreezing temperature achieved with liquid nitrogen…
use of a sharp dermal curette to scrape away a skin lesion
bacterial analysis
samples of skin are examined for presence of microorganisms
fungal tests
scraping from skin lesions, hair specimens, or nail clippings…
36 terms
basic terminology- clinical laboratory 2
Siamese
persian
american shorthair
abyssinian
originated in thailand. thought to carry souls of royalty on…
imported from europe in the late 1800s. quiet, docile. referr…
may have been brought to america on the mayflower, became wor…
descendant of sacred cats worshipped by egyptians. Clown of c…
Siamese
originated in thailand. thought to carry souls of royalty on…
persian
imported from europe in the late 1800s. quiet, docile. referr…
134 terms
Structure/Microbiology/Clinical Laboratory Terminology
Anatomy
Physiology
Pathophysiology
Homeostasis
The study of the structure of an organism.P499
The study of the function of an organism.P499
The study of diseases and disorders of organism.P499
The body and its systems work together to maintain a constant…
Anatomy
The study of the structure of an organism.P499
Physiology
The study of the function of an organism.P499
134 terms
Structure/Microbiology/Clinical Laboratory Terminology
Anatomy
Physiology
Pathophysiology
Homeostasis
The study of the structure of an organism.P499
The study of the function of an organism.P499
The study of diseases and disorders of organism.P499
The body and its systems work together to maintain a constant…
Anatomy
The study of the structure of an organism.P499
Physiology
The study of the function of an organism.P499
20 terms
Terminology Medical Laboratory
oro
intra
phagia
phasia
mouth
inside
to eat, swallow
speech
oro
mouth
intra
inside
11 terms
Medical Terminology Ch 11: Vocabulary and Terminology-Pathology, Laboratory Tests, and Clinical Procedures
ACE inhibitor 424
acute coronary syndrome 424
aneurysm 421
angina 424
...
...
...
...
ACE inhibitor 424
...
acute coronary syndrome 424
...
225 terms
Medical Laboratory Science Review: Clinical Chemistry
What formulas correctly describes the…
A solution that has a transmittance of…
In absorption spectrophotometry...
Which wavelength would be absorbed str…
A = 2-log %T... A = log 1/T... A = -log T
2.0
Absorbance is directly proportional to transmittance
450 nm
What formulas correctly describes the…
A = 2-log %T... A = log 1/T... A = -log T
A solution that has a transmittance of…
2.0
22 terms
Clinical Laboratory Terminology - Chapter 15
Analyte
Calibration
Clinical diagnosis
Control
A substance that is being identified or measured in a laborat…
A mechanism to check the precision and accuracy of a test sys…
A tentative diagnosis of a patient's condition obtained throu…
A solution that is used to monitor a test system to ensure th…
Analyte
A substance that is being identified or measured in a laborat…
Calibration
A mechanism to check the precision and accuracy of a test sys…
52 terms
Laboratory Tests [Medical Terminology]
acid phosphatase
albumin
alkaline phosphates
alpha-fetoprotein
measurement of the amount of acid phosphatase enzyme in serum
measurement of the amount of albumin protein in the serum or…
measurement of the amount of alkaline phosphatase enzyme in s…
determination of presence of alpha-globulin protein in serum
acid phosphatase
measurement of the amount of acid phosphatase enzyme in serum
albumin
measurement of the amount of albumin protein in the serum or…
30 terms
Structure/ microbiology/ clinical laboratory terminology
Passive transport
Active transport
Negative feedback
Positive feedback
Does not require energy
Requires cellular energy
(Decrease) when the body responds to external stimuli by reve…
(Increased) process of encouraging external or internal stimu…
Passive transport
Does not require energy
Active transport
Requires cellular energy
32 terms
Medical Terminology (The Language of Medicine) Chapter 7 - Pathologic Terminology: Kidney, Bladder, And Associated Conditions; Laboratory Tests And Clinical Procedures
glomerulonephritis
interstitial nephritis
nephrolithiasis
nephrotic syndrome (nephrosis)
Inflammation of the glomeruli within the kidney.
Inflammation of the connective tissue that lies between the r…
Kidney stones (renal calculi).
Group of clinical signs and symptoms caused by excessive prot…
glomerulonephritis
Inflammation of the glomeruli within the kidney.
interstitial nephritis
Inflammation of the connective tissue that lies between the r…
26 terms
Ch. 44: Clinical Laboratory Terminology
aliquot
analyte
calibrate
centrifuge
small portion of the whole specimen
substance in a specimen being analyzed
to use a known standard to measure the accuracy of equipment
instrument used to separate specimens into component layers
aliquot
small portion of the whole specimen
analyte
substance in a specimen being analyzed
26 terms
Chapter 44: The Clinical Laboratory Terminology
aliquot
analyte
calibrate
centrifuge
small portion of the whole specimen.
substance in a specimen being analyzed.
to use a known standard to measure the accuracy of equipment.
instrument used to separate specimens into component layers
aliquot
small portion of the whole specimen.
analyte
substance in a specimen being analyzed.
132 terms
chabner medical terminology 7th edition nuclear medicine, clinical procedures, laboratory tests
bone scan
brain scan
gallium scan
MUGA scan
radioactive substance is injected intravenously its uptake in…
radioactive substance is injected intravenously it collects i…
radioactive gallium is injected into bloodstream scanning dev…
test that uses radioactive technetium to measure the rate of…
bone scan
radioactive substance is injected intravenously its uptake in…
brain scan
radioactive substance is injected intravenously it collects i…
98 terms
Clinical Concepts Medical Terminology
A / An
Ab
Ad
Ambi
Without, Lack of (Ex: Anemia)
Away From (Ex: Abduct)
Toward, Near (Ex: Adrenal)
Both (Ex: Ambidextrous)
A / An
Without, Lack of (Ex: Anemia)
Ab
Away From (Ex: Abduct)
28 terms
Medical Terminology Abbreviations - Laboratory Abbreviations
AFB
ANA
BMP
BUN
acid-fast bacillus (tuberculosis organism)
antinuclear antibody
basic metabolic panel
blood urea nitrogen
AFB
acid-fast bacillus (tuberculosis organism)
ANA
antinuclear antibody
10 terms
Medical Terminology Clinical Vocabulary
Alphabetic index
ICD-10-CM
Insurance reimbursement
Nomenclature
A content list for a reference work organized by the first le…
Tenth revision of the International Classification of Disease…
The process of receiving payment from an insurance company fo…
An organized system of words for use in a particular field
Alphabetic index
A content list for a reference work organized by the first le…
ICD-10-CM
Tenth revision of the International Classification of Disease…
85 terms
Medical Terminology - Physical and Laboratory Abbreviations
ag
ALB
ALKP
ALT
antigen
albumin
alkaline phosphatase
alanine aminotransferase
ag
antigen
ALB
albumin
41 terms
Pathology - Medical and clinical terminology
Signs
Symptoms
Disorder
Disease
These are objective evidence of a disease
These are subjective evidence of a disease
A disruption of or an interruption with normal functions or e…
A condition of abnormal vital function involving any part of…
Signs
These are objective evidence of a disease
Symptoms
These are subjective evidence of a disease
1,917 terms
Clinical Laboratory, Emergency Care, Pocket Pets/Laboratory Animals, Medical Nursing
What is the morphology of Vibrio sp. b…
Which of the following is an important…
Bacterial endospores
Sarcinae morphology refers to what kin…
Bacillus
Attachment
Are resistant to heat and desiccation
Cubes of eight
What is the morphology of Vibrio sp. b…
Bacillus
Which of the following is an important…
Attachment
38 terms
Laboratory Abbreviations (Veterinary Medical Terminology)
ab
ABO
ag
alb
Antibody
Human Blood Groups
Antigrn
Albumin
ab
Antibody
ABO
Human Blood Groups
125 terms
Medical Terminology: Diagnostic and Laboratory Abbreviations
A & P
ASHD
CA
CBS
auscultation and percussion
arteriosclerotic heart disease
carcinoma (cancer)
chronic brain syndrome
A & P
auscultation and percussion
ASHD
arteriosclerotic heart disease
21 terms
Terminology: The Clinical Laboratory/Microbiology Part 1
Acid-fast stain
Agar
Agglutination
Aliquot
A lab staining procedure used to expose the tuberculosis orga…
A gelatin-like substance made from seaweed that gives a cultu…
Clumping together
Small portion of the whole specimen
Acid-fast stain
A lab staining procedure used to expose the tuberculosis orga…
Agar
A gelatin-like substance made from seaweed that gives a cultu…
22 terms
Terminology: The Clinical Laboratory/Microbiology Part 2
Mold
Normal flora
O&P specimen
Parasite
Fungi that grow into large
Non-pathogenic microorganism that live on the surface of the…
A stool sample that is examined for the presence of certain f…
An organism that lives in
Mold
Fungi that grow into large
Normal flora
Non-pathogenic microorganism that live on the surface of the…
36 terms
Medlab Unit 3: Clinical Laboratory calculations Terminology
Solute
Solvent
True solution
Saturated solution
- a component of a solution that is present in lesser quantit…
- A component of a solution that is present in greater quanti…
- A homogeneous mixture with uniform properties throughout
- Contains all the solute that can be dissolved at a particul…
Solute
- a component of a solution that is present in lesser quantit…
Solvent
- A component of a solution that is present in greater quanti…
152 terms
Clinical Medicine - Medical Terminology
A
Acu
Anti
Auto
without
needle
against
self
A
without
Acu
needle
16 terms
TERMINOLOGY: The Clinical Laboratory/Microbiology (1-23)
acid-fast stain
aerobe
agar
aliquot
A lab staining procedure used to expose the tuberculosis orga…
Bacteria that grows best in the presence of oxygen
A gelatin-like substance made from seaweed that gives a cultu…
Small portion of the whole specimen
acid-fast stain
A lab staining procedure used to expose the tuberculosis orga…
aerobe
Bacteria that grows best in the presence of oxygen
116 terms
Clinical Concepts: Medical Terminology
abd
ABG
ac
ADL
abdomen
arterial blood gases
before meals
activities of daily living
abd
abdomen
ABG
arterial blood gases
19 terms
clinical assessment medical terminology
ADR
allergic reaction
PRN
CC
adverse drug reaction: side effect; unwanted pharmacologic ef…
hypersensitivity to a particular antigen or allergen provokin…
as needed medication; quantify how often when applicable
chief complaint; brief statement of why the patient is seekin…
ADR
adverse drug reaction: side effect; unwanted pharmacologic ef…
allergic reaction
hypersensitivity to a particular antigen or allergen provokin…
74 terms
Medical Terminology (Integumentary; clinical)
abrasion
How do abrasions occur?
abscess
What does an abscess occur and how is…
scraping or rubbing away of a surface, such as skin by fricti…
They may occur as the result of a trauma, such as a skinned k…
Localized collection of pus at the site of an infection (char…
It can occur in any part of the body. Treatment includes oral…
abrasion
scraping or rubbing away of a surface, such as skin by fricti…
How do abrasions occur?
They may occur as the result of a trauma, such as a skinned k…
116 terms
Clinical Concepts: Medical Terminology
abd
ABG
ac
ADL
abdomen
arterial blood gas
before meals
activities of daily living
abd
abdomen
ABG
arterial blood gas
38 terms
Clinical Medical Terminology
Acetylcholine
Anencephaly
Apraxia
Astrocyte
The first neurotransmitter ever to be identified, is a small-…
absence of brain structure (above the mesencephalic region)
uncoordinated and non purposeful movements; as a result of br…
specialized non-neuronal cells that appear to couple neuronal…
Acetylcholine
The first neurotransmitter ever to be identified, is a small-…
Anencephaly
absence of brain structure (above the mesencephalic region)
116 terms
Clinical Concepts: Medical Terminology
abd
ABG
ac
ADL
abdomen
arterial blood gas
before meals
activities of daily living
abd
abdomen
ABG
arterial blood gas
25 terms
Medical terminology: clinical
ac
ad lib
ASAP
bid
Before eating
As desired
As soon as possible
Twice a day
ac
Before eating
ad lib
As desired
215 terms
Clinical Concepts: medical terminology
a-/an-
ab-
ad -
ambi-
without, lack of
away from
toward, near
both
a-/an-
without, lack of
ab-
away from
25 terms
Clinical Medical Terminology 3
Cost
Gram
Acro
Rhexis
Rib
Record
Extremities
Break, burst
Cost
Rib
Gram
Record
25 terms
Clinical Medical Terminology 2
Algia
Crani
End
Hemi
Pain
Skull
Inside within
Half
Algia
Pain
Crani
Skull
301 terms
Medical terminology clinical applications
Abrasion
Anhidrosis
Comedo
Contusion
A scrapping away of the skin surface by friction.
Abnormal condition of no sweating
A collection of hardened sebum in hair follicle. Also called…
Injury caused by a blow to the body. Skin is not broken but t…
Abrasion
A scrapping away of the skin surface by friction.
Anhidrosis
Abnormal condition of no sweating
67 terms
Medical Terminology - Clinical Biology
ortho-
peri-
bi-
tele-
straighten
around
both
distant
ortho-
straighten
peri-
around
72 terms
Medical Terminology Clinical Nutrition
-ology
Eti/o
Gastr/o
-itis
Study of
Causation
Stomach
Inflammation
-ology
Study of
Eti/o
Causation
19 terms
clinical assessment medical terminology
ADR
allergic reaction
PRN
CC
adverse drug reaction: side effect; unwanted pharmacologic ef…
hypersensitivity to a particular antigen or allergen provokin…
as needed medication; quantify how often when applicable
chief complaint; brief statement of why the patient is seekin…
ADR
adverse drug reaction: side effect; unwanted pharmacologic ef…
allergic reaction
hypersensitivity to a particular antigen or allergen provokin…
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