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Language Arts - Chapter 15
deplete
decline
species
degenerate
(v.) When you deplete a supply, you use it up or *spend all…
(n.) Something that experiences a decline has *a drop or a lo…
(n.) Two living things are the same species or classificati…
(v.) If something begins to degenerate, it *gets weaker and f…
deplete
(v.) When you deplete a supply, you use it up or *spend all…
decline
(n.) Something that experiences a decline has *a drop or a lo…
300 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 15
sprain
dislocation
Tendons
Ligaments
Trauma to ligaments with rupture.
displacement of a bone from its joints.
Connective tissue that binds muscles to bones
Connective tissue that binds bone to bone
sprain
Trauma to ligaments with rupture.
dislocation
displacement of a bone from its joints.
Chapter 15 language of dermatology
Bi/o
Opsy
Carcin
Cry/o
Life
To view
Cancer
Icy,cold
Bi/o
Life
Opsy
To view
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Chapter 15: Language and Literacy Learning
Language
Literacy
behaviorism
Maturationist
oral or hand-signed communication between humans
being able to make meaning from language in written form
a theory that bases children's acquisition of language on sti…
this theory says that every child regardless of background ha…
Language
oral or hand-signed communication between humans
Literacy
being able to make meaning from language in written form
60 terms
Language of Medicine - Chapter 15: vocabulary
acetabulum
acromion
bone
bone depression
Rounded depression, or socket, in the pelvis that joins the f…
Outward extension of the shoulder blade forming the point of…
Dense, hard connective tissue composing the framework of the…
Opening or hollow region serving as a connection for bones, o…
acetabulum
Rounded depression, or socket, in the pelvis that joins the f…
acromion
Outward extension of the shoulder blade forming the point of…
300 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 15 BIG
sprain
dislocation
Tendons
Ligaments
Trauma to ligaments with rupture.
displacement of a bone from its joints.
Connective tissue that binds muscles to bones
Connective tissue that binds bone to bone
sprain
Trauma to ligaments with rupture.
dislocation
displacement of a bone from its joints.
Chapter 15: Brain Asymmetry and Language
Spatial Cognition
Corpus Callosum
Split-brain individuals
Contralateral
The ability to navigate and understand spatial relationships…
the main band of axons that connects the two cerebral hemisph…
an individual whose corpus callosum has been surgically split…
pertaining the a location on the opposite side of the body
Spatial Cognition
The ability to navigate and understand spatial relationships…
Corpus Callosum
the main band of axons that connects the two cerebral hemisph…
84 terms
Chapter 15 Language
FOXP2
williams syndrome
phoneme
morpheme
gene that is mutated causing abnormal language acquisition
disorder characterized by impairments of spatial cognition an…
sound that is produced for language
smallest grammatical unit of a language - meaningful part of…
FOXP2
gene that is mutated causing abnormal language acquisition
williams syndrome
disorder characterized by impairments of spatial cognition an…
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language of medicine chapter 15 terminology-bones
hypercalcemia
decalcification
kyphosis
laminectomy
condition of excessive calcium in the bloodstream
process of removal of calcium from the bone
abnormal posterior curvature of thoracic vertebra
removal of the lamina to relieve the symptoms of rupture inte…
hypercalcemia
condition of excessive calcium in the bloodstream
decalcification
process of removal of calcium from the bone
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Language of Medicine - Chapter 15: Pathology - bones
Ewing sarcoma
Exostosis
Bunion
Crepitus
Rare malignant tumor arising in bone; most often occurring in…
Bony growth (benign) arising from the surface of bone.
Swelling of the metatarsophalangeal joint near the base of th…
A clinical sign in medicine that is characterized by a peculi…
Ewing sarcoma
Rare malignant tumor arising in bone; most often occurring in…
Exostosis
Bony growth (benign) arising from the surface of bone.
58 terms
Language of Medicine - Chapter 15: Combining forms
calc/o, calci/o
kyph/o
lamin/o
lord/o
calcium... -decalcification... de- means less or lack of; -fication…
humpback, hunchback (posterior curvature in the thoracic regi…
lamina (part of the vertebral arch)... -An operation often perfo…
curve, swayback (anterior curvature in the lumbar region)... -lo…
calc/o, calci/o
calcium... -decalcification... de- means less or lack of; -fication…
kyph/o
humpback, hunchback (posterior curvature in the thoracic regi…
14 terms
Academic Language 5(4) Chapter 15
arms control
arms race
capitalism
Cold War
the limiting of the production of weapons
a contest to build more and better weapons than those of your…
an economic system that encourages citizens to own property
the mainly non-military struggle for influence and control be…
arms control
the limiting of the production of weapons
arms race
a contest to build more and better weapons than those of your…
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The Language of Medicine, chapter 15 muscle vocab
Abduction
adduction
Dorsiflexion
extension
Movement away from the midline of the body
movement toward the midline of the body
backward (upward) bending of the foot
straightening of the flexed limb
Abduction
Movement away from the midline of the body
adduction
movement toward the midline of the body
14 terms
Language of Medicine - Chapter 15: Types of Muscles
striated muscle
smooth muscle
cardiac muscle
flexion
Makes up the voluntary or skeletal muscles that move all…
Makes up the involuntary or visceral muscles that contrac…
Striated in appearance but is like smooth muscle in its actio…
Decreasing the angle between two bones; bending a limb.
striated muscle
Makes up the voluntary or skeletal muscles that move all…
smooth muscle
Makes up the involuntary or visceral muscles that contrac…
11 terms
Chapter 15 - A New Language of Form
Russian Constructivism
Suprematism
Russian Revolution
15-9... El Lizzitsky, "beat the whites wi…
rejected art for art sake, was in response to the russian rev…
the Russian abstract art movement developed by Kazimir Malevi…
is the collective term for a pair of revolutions in Russia in…
Constructivism
Russian Constructivism
rejected art for art sake, was in response to the russian rev…
Suprematism
the Russian abstract art movement developed by Kazimir Malevi…
15 terms
language of medicine chapter 15 vocabulary muscle
abduction
adduction
dorsiflexion
extension
movement away from the midline of the body
movement toward the midline of the body
backward, upward bending of the foot
straightening of a flexed limb
abduction
movement away from the midline of the body
adduction
movement toward the midline of the body
13 terms
Language of Medicine - Chapter 15: Facial bones
Frontal bone
Parietal bone
Temporal bone
Occipital bone
Forms forehead and the roof of the bony sockets that contain…
The two bones (one on each side of the skull) that form the r…
The two bones that form the lower sides and base of the crani…
Forms the back and base of the skull and joins the parietal a…
Frontal bone
Forms forehead and the roof of the bony sockets that contain…
Parietal bone
The two bones (one on each side of the skull) that form the r…
14 terms
Language of Medicine - Chapter 15: Pathology -- joints
arthritis
arthritis: ankylosing spondylitis
arthritis: gouty arthritis (gout)
arthritis: osteoarthritis (OA)
Inflammation of any joint.
Chronic, progressive arthritis with stiffening of spinal join…
Inflammation and painful swelling of joints caused by excessi…
Progressive, degenerative joint disease with loss of articula…
arthritis
Inflammation of any joint.
arthritis: ankylosing spondylitis
Chronic, progressive arthritis with stiffening of spinal join…
15 terms
Language of Medicine - Chapter 15: Suffixes/ Prefixes
-blast
-clast
-listhesis
-malacia
embryonic or immature cell... -osteoblast... This cell synthesizes…
to break... -osteoclast... This cell breaks down bone to remove bon…
slipping... -spondylolisthesis... The forward slipping (subluxation…
softening... -osteomalacia... A condition in which vitamin D defici…
-blast
embryonic or immature cell... -osteoblast... This cell synthesizes…
-clast
to break... -osteoclast... This cell breaks down bone to remove bon…
244 terms
The Language of Medicine - Chapter 15 (Musculoskeletal System)
acetabulum
acromion
bone
bone depression
rounded depression, or socket, in the pelvis that joins the f…
outward extension of the shoulder blade forming the point of…
dense, hard connective tissue composing the skeleton
opening or hollow region serving as a connection for bones, o…
acetabulum
rounded depression, or socket, in the pelvis that joins the f…
acromion
outward extension of the shoulder blade forming the point of…
69 terms
Language of Medicine chapter 15-Keywords for bones
Acetabulum
acromion
articular cartilage
bone
rounded depression, or socket, in the pelvis, which joins the…
Outward extension of the shoulder blade forming the point of…
thin layer of cartilage surrounding the bone in the joint spa…
dense, hard connective tissue composing the skeleton.
Acetabulum
rounded depression, or socket, in the pelvis, which joins the…
acromion
Outward extension of the shoulder blade forming the point of…
17 terms
chapter 15 language disorder
a conglomeration of signs and symptoms…
task in which the client names as many…
the naming of items as the individual…
diseases that result in many focal nec…
dementia
generative naming
confrontational naming
multi-infarction diseases
a conglomeration of signs and symptoms…
dementia
task in which the client names as many…
generative naming
10 terms
Language Arts - Chapter 15
shallow
confront
thrive
disrupt
not deep
To face or oppose boldly
To grow very well; improve physically
To cause disorder or confusion; upset
shallow
not deep
confront
To face or oppose boldly
11 terms
Language of Medicine - Chapter 15: Types of joints / Bursae
Joint (articulation)
Suture joints
Synovial joints
Joint capsule
A coming together of two or more bones.
Immovable joint such as in between the cranial bones.
Freely movable joints. Ex: the ball and socket type joints li…
Bones in a synovial joint are surrounded by this:
Joint (articulation)
A coming together of two or more bones.
Suture joints
Immovable joint such as in between the cranial bones.
96 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 15
calc/o, calci/o
kyph/o
lamin/o
lord/o
calcium
humpback, hunchback (posterior curvature in the thoracic regi…
lamina (part of the vertbral arch)
curve, swayback (anterior curvature in the lumber region)
calc/o, calci/o
calcium
kyph/o
humpback, hunchback (posterior curvature in the thoracic regi…
217 terms
Language of Medicine- Chapter 15
acetabulum
calcaneus
carpals
clavicle
hip socket
heel
wrist bones
collar bone
acetabulum
hip socket
calcaneus
heel
269 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 15
hypercalcemia
decalcification
kyphosis
laminectomy
Excessive calcium in the bloodstream.
Removal of calcium from bones.
Abnormal posterior curvature of the thoracic vertebrae.
Removal of a lamina to relieve the symptoms of a ruptured int…
hypercalcemia
Excessive calcium in the bloodstream.
decalcification
Removal of calcium from bones.
110 terms
Medical Language Chapter 15
accommod/o-
anter/o-
aque/o-
choroid/o-
to adapt
before
watery substance
choroid
accommod/o-
to adapt
anter/o-
before
39 terms
MEDICAL LANGUAGE CHAPTER 15
ACCOMODATION
ANTERIOR CHAMBER
AQUEOUS HUMOR
CARUNCLE
change in the shape of the lens as muscles of ciliary body co…
small space between cornea and the iris, aqueous humor circul…
CLEAR WATERY FLUID PRODUCED BY THE CILIARY BODY IT CIRCULATES…
RED TRIANGULAR TISSUE AT MEDIAL CORNER OF THE EYE.
ACCOMODATION
change in the shape of the lens as muscles of ciliary body co…
ANTERIOR CHAMBER
small space between cornea and the iris, aqueous humor circul…
269 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 15
hypercalcemia
decalcification
kyphosis
laminectomy
Excessive calcium in the bloodstream.
Removal of calcium from bones.
Abnormal posterior curvature of the thoracic vertebrae.
Removal of a lamina to relieve the symptoms of a ruptured int…
hypercalcemia
Excessive calcium in the bloodstream.
decalcification
Removal of calcium from bones.
38 terms
Chapter 15: Communication and Language
words that are similar in sound and me…
when we say that a communication is __…
some grammar theoreticians have sugges…
the earliest writing systems are about…
cognates
symbolic
language acquisition device
6000
words that are similar in sound and me…
cognates
when we say that a communication is __…
symbolic
216 terms
Language of Medicine- Chapter 15
acetabulum
calcaneus
carpals
clavicle
hip socket
heel
wrist bones
collar bone
acetabulum
hip socket
calcaneus
heel
The Language of Medicine Chapter 15
acetabulum
acromion
articular cartilage
calcaneal
rounded depresion, or sockey, in the pelcis, which joins the…
outward extension of the shoulder bone forming the point at t…
thin layer of cartilage occurring at the ends of long bones a…
pertaining to the calcaneus
acetabulum
rounded depresion, or sockey, in the pelcis, which joins the…
acromion
outward extension of the shoulder bone forming the point at t…
73 terms
Language of Medicine- Chapter 15
calc/o, calci/o
kyph/o
lamin/o
lord/o
calcium
humpback, hunchback
lamina (part of the vertebral arch)
curve, swayback
calc/o, calci/o
calcium
kyph/o
humpback, hunchback
1,378 terms
Language of Medicine: Chapter 15
abduction
acetabulum
achondroplasia
acromion
Movement away from the midline of the body.
large socket in the pelvic bone for the head of the femur. Th…
A form of human dwarfism caused by a single dominant allele
scapular region to which the clavicle connects
abduction
Movement away from the midline of the body.
acetabulum
large socket in the pelvic bone for the head of the femur. Th…
133 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 15
calc/o, calci/o
kyph/o
lamin/o
lord/o
calcium
humpback, hunchback
lamina (part of the vertebral arch)
curve, swayback
calc/o, calci/o
calcium
kyph/o
humpback, hunchback
10 terms
Chapter 15 Language vocab list
Connoisseur
Conspiracy
Contrite
Distraught
An authority
A plot
Sorry or apologetic
Upset
Connoisseur
An authority
Conspiracy
A plot
Chapter 15 Language of Medicine
Condyle
Fossa
Tubercle
Trochanter
Knuckle like projection
Shallow cavity in bone
Rounded process on bone
Large process on femur for attachment of muscles
Condyle
Knuckle like projection
Fossa
Shallow cavity in bone
73 terms
Language of Medicine (chapter 15)
bone
bone depression
bone process
calcium
dense, hard connective tissue composing the skeleton
opening or hollow region serving as a connection for bones
attachment for muscles, tendons, and ligaments
a mineral in bone
bone
dense, hard connective tissue composing the skeleton
bone depression
opening or hollow region serving as a connection for bones
53 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 15
Abduction
Adduction
Ankylosis
Arthroplasty
Movement away from the midline.
Movement toward the midline.
Condition of stiffening and immobility of a joint.
Surgical repair of a joint.
Abduction
Movement away from the midline.
Adduction
Movement toward the midline.
11 terms
Chapter 15 - Sign Language.
Gestures Vs. signing
Emblems
Iconics
Deictics
Gestures - are mostly used while speaking, as a concurring wa…
Signals like thumbs up or thumbs down - conventional and depe…
Gestures that seem to be a reflection of what is being said.…
Using gestures to point while talking
Gestures Vs. signing
Gestures - are mostly used while speaking, as a concurring wa…
Emblems
Signals like thumbs up or thumbs down - conventional and depe…
19 terms
Chapter 15 Communication and Language
accent
code-switching
cognates
core vocabulary
Difference in pronunciation characteristic of a group
Using more than one language in the course of conversing
words or morphs that belong to different languages but have s…
nonspecialist vocabulary
accent
Difference in pronunciation characteristic of a group
code-switching
Using more than one language in the course of conversing
217 terms
The Language of Medicine- Chapter 15
abduction
acetabulum
achondroplasia
acromion
Movement away from the midline of the body.
Rounded depression or socket in the pelvis, which joins the f…
Inherited disorder in which the bones of the arms and legs fa…
Outward extension of the shoulder blade forming the point of…
abduction
Movement away from the midline of the body.
acetabulum
Rounded depression or socket in the pelvis, which joins the f…
217 terms
Language of Medicine- Chapter 15
acetabulum
calcaneus
carpals
clavicle
hip socket
heel
wrist bones
collar bone
acetabulum
hip socket
calcaneus
heel
64 terms
language of medicine chapter 15
cancellous bone
acromion
foramen
mastoid process
spongy porous bone tissue
outward extension of the shoulder
an opening or passage in bones where blood vessels and nerves…
the projection of the temporal bone
cancellous bone
spongy porous bone tissue
acromion
outward extension of the shoulder
175 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 15
acetabulum
acromion
calcaneal
calcaneus
large socket in the pelvic bone for the head of the femur
scapular region to which the clavicle connects
pertaining to the calcaneus
heel bone
acetabulum
large socket in the pelvic bone for the head of the femur
acromion
scapular region to which the clavicle connects
269 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 15
hypercalcemia
decalcification
kyphosis
laminectomy
Excessive calcium in the bloodstream.
Removal of calcium from bones.
Abnormal posterior curvature of the thoracic vertebrae.
Removal of a lamina to relieve the symptoms of a ruptured int…
hypercalcemia
Excessive calcium in the bloodstream.
decalcification
Removal of calcium from bones.
46 terms
CHAPTER 15: Language and Communication
language
signals
linguistics
three branches of linguistics
a system of communication using sounds, gestures, or marks th…
instinctive sounds and gestures that have a natural or self e…
the modern scientific study of all aspects of languages
descriptive, historical, and a third that focuses on language…
language
a system of communication using sounds, gestures, or marks th…
signals
instinctive sounds and gestures that have a natural or self e…
45 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 15
acetabulum
acromion
articular cartilage
calcaneal
rounded depresion, or sockey, in the pelcis, which joins the…
outward extension of the shoulder bone forming the point at t…
thin layer of cartilage occurring at the ends of long bones a…
pertaining to the calcaneus
acetabulum
rounded depresion, or sockey, in the pelcis, which joins the…
acromion
outward extension of the shoulder bone forming the point at t…
79 terms
Language of Medicine chapter 15
acetabulum
acromion
cancellous bone
cartilaginous bone
rounded depression, or socket, in the pelvis
outward extension of the shoulder blade forming point of shou…
spongy, porous, bone tissue in inner part of bone
...
acetabulum
rounded depression, or socket, in the pelvis
acromion
outward extension of the shoulder blade forming point of shou…
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