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21 terms
language of medicine
hema
electro
cardi
gastr
blood
electricity
heart
stomach
hema
blood
electro
electricity
10 terms
Language of Medicine
Latin Ligamentum
Cardi(o)
Tendon
Greek Genos
Ligament
Kardia
tendo
Gene
Latin Ligamentum
Ligament
Cardi(o)
Kardia
Language of medicine
Adenoma
Adenitis
Arthritis
Biology
Tumor of a gland
Inflammation of the gland
Inflammation of the joint
Study of life
Adenoma
Tumor of a gland
Adenitis
Inflammation of the gland
156 terms
Language of Medicine
-algia
dys-
-ectomy
hyper-
pain and suffering
bad, difficult, painful
surgical removal
excessive or increased
-algia
pain and suffering
dys-
bad, difficult, painful
175 terms
Language of Medicine
quadrant
patient
mucus
knee
a quarter
to suffer or undergo; a person who is under medical or surgic…
clear, sticky secretion
an angular shape; the joint between the upper and lower leg
quadrant
a quarter
patient
to suffer or undergo; a person who is under medical or surgic…
22 terms
Language of Medicine
Hepat/o
Cardi/o
Cephal/o
Cyt/o
Liver
Heart
Head
Cell
Hepat/o
Liver
Cardi/o
Heart
39 terms
Language of medicine
Aden/o
Arthr/o
Bi/o
Carcin/o
Gland
Joint
Life
Cancerous
Aden/o
Gland
Arthr/o
Joint
85 terms
Language of Medicine
Hematology
Dermatology
Electrocardiogram
Gastritis
Study of blood
Study of skin
Record of electricity of heart
Inflammation of stomach
Hematology
Study of blood
Dermatology
Study of skin
177 terms
Language of Medicine
a-,an-
ab-, apo-, ex-, exo-
Abdomin/o
Celi/o
No, not, without
Away from
Abdomen
Abdomen, belly
a-,an-
No, not, without
ab-, apo-, ex-, exo-
Away from
Language of medicine
Endo-
Enter
Epi-
Erythro
Within
Small intestine
Upon
Red
Endo-
Within
Enter
Small intestine
9 terms
Language of Medicine
-prandial
steatorrhea
dental caries
hyperkalemia
Which suffix means "meal"?
Fat in the feces is which of the following?
Which of the following means tooth decay?
Which of the following means high levels of potassium in the…
-prandial
Which suffix means "meal"?
steatorrhea
Fat in the feces is which of the following?
41 terms
Language Medicine
-ic, ical
-ac
-al
-genic
Pertaining to
Pertaining to
Pertaining to
Pertaining to
-ic, ical
Pertaining to
-ac
Pertaining to
19 terms
language of medicine
headache
eye doctor
record
inflammation
cephalgia
opthalmologist
gram
itis
headache
cephalgia
eye doctor
opthalmologist
82 terms
Language of medicine
Hemat
Logy
Electr
Cardi
Blood
Process of study
Electricity
Heart
Hemat
Blood
Logy
Process of study
234 terms
Language Of Medicine
aden/o
arthr/o
bi/o
carcin/o
gland
joint
life
cancerous,cancer
aden/o
gland
arthr/o
joint
87 terms
Language of Medicine
AIDS
ARC
ASHD
BE
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
AIDS related complex
arteriosclerotic heart disease
Barium Enema
AIDS
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
ARC
AIDS related complex
117 terms
Language of Medicine
Gynec-
Respir-
Gastr-
Enter-
Female
Breathing
Stomach
Intestine
Gynec-
Female
Respir-
Breathing
39 terms
Language of Medicine
Bas/o
Chrom/o
Coagul/o
Cyto/o
Base(alkaline, the opposite of acid)
Color
Clotting
Cell
Bas/o
Base(alkaline, the opposite of acid)
Chrom/o
Color
84 terms
Language of Medicine
AIDS
ARC
ASAP
ASHD
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
AIDS-related complex
as soon as possible
arteriosclerotic heart disease
AIDS
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
ARC
AIDS-related complex
51 terms
Language of Medicine
Microorganisms
Ischemia
Men heart attack
Malaise
It likes moist, Dank, Dark, and food
Lack of oxygen
Elephant on chest, nausea/vomiting, pallor (blue lips), diapo…
Feeling of discomfort
Microorganisms
It likes moist, Dank, Dark, and food
Ischemia
Lack of oxygen
25 terms
language of medicine
superior
inferior
anterior/ventral
posterior/dorsal
toward the head
toward the feet
in front of
in the back of
superior
toward the head
inferior
toward the feet
77 terms
Language of Medicine
adenoidectomy
adenoid hypertrophy
adenoids
alveolar
removal of the adenoids
enlargement of the adenoids
lymphatic tissue in the nasopharynx
pertaining to the alveolus
adenoidectomy
removal of the adenoids
adenoid hypertrophy
enlargement of the adenoids
372 terms
Language of Medicine
affect
conversion disorder
Delirium tremens
dementia
External expression of emotion, or emotional response.
Condition marked by physical symptoms with no organic basis,…
Delirium associated with alcohol withdrawal.
Loss of intellectual abilities with impairment of memory, jud…
affect
External expression of emotion, or emotional response.
conversion disorder
Condition marked by physical symptoms with no organic basis,…
17 terms
Language of Medicine
gastric
epi
histo
ology
belly
above
tissue
study
gastric
belly
epi
above
20 terms
Language of medicine
Amnio
Bartholino
Cervico
Chorio, choriono
Amnion
Bartholin gland
Cervix neck
Chorion
Amnio
Amnion
Bartholino
Bartholin gland
51 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 2
abdomin/o
adip/o
anter/o
cervic/o
abdomen
fat
front
neck (of the body or of the uterus)
abdomin/o
abdomen
adip/o
fat
24 terms
language of medicine
adipose tissue
cartilage
epithelial cells
histologist
collection of fat cells
flexible connective tissue attached to bones at joints.
skins cells that cover the outside of the body and line the i…
specialist in the study of tissues
adipose tissue
collection of fat cells
cartilage
flexible connective tissue attached to bones at joints.
78 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 1
aden/o
arthr/o
bi/o
carcin/o
gland
joint
life
cancerous, cancer
aden/o
gland
arthr/o
joint
113 terms
Medicine Language
a-, an-
ab-
ad-
anti-
negative, without
away from
towards
against
a-, an-
negative, without
ab-
away from
126 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 3
abdomin/o
acr/o
acu/o
aden/o
abdomen (combining form)
extremities, top, extreme point (combining form)
sharp, severe, sudden (combining form)
gland (combing form)
abdomin/o
abdomen (combining form)
acr/o
extremities, top, extreme point (combining form)
85 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 1
aden/o
arthr/o
bi/o
carcin/o
gland
joint
life
cancer, cancerous
aden/o
gland
arthr/o
joint
63 terms
Chapter 6: The language of Medicine
-ectasis
-emesis
-pepsia
-phagia
dilation (widening)
vomiting
digestion
eating (swallowing)
-ectasis
dilation (widening)
-emesis
vomiting
149 terms
The Language of Medicine CHAPTER 8
adnexae uteri
amnion
areola
Bartholin glands
fallopian tubes, ovaries, and supporting ligaments
innermost membranous sac surrounding the developing fetus
dark-pigmented area surrounding the breast nipple
small mucus-secreting exocrine glands at the vaginal orifice
adnexae uteri
fallopian tubes, ovaries, and supporting ligaments
amnion
innermost membranous sac surrounding the developing fetus
27 terms
Language of Medicine
What is the hardest substance in the b…
What treatment might a person need if…
How much saliva is produced by salivar…
The medical term for throat is
Enamel
Root canal
1.5 liters
Pharynx
What is the hardest substance in the b…
Enamel
What treatment might a person need if…
Root canal
25 terms
The Language of Medicine- Quiz 1
Carin/o
Enter/o
Ped/o
Arthr/o
Cancer
Intestine, usually small intestine
Child
Joint
Carin/o
Cancer
Enter/o
Intestine, usually small intestine
161 terms
The Language of Medicine 10th edition
KIDNEYS
PROXIMAL CONVOLUTED TUBULE
LOOP OF HENLE
DISTAL CONVOLUTED TUBULE
1. maintains the volume and composition of body fluid by filt…
1. Controlled absorption of glucose, sodium, and other solute…
1. This region is responsible for concentration and dilution…
1. Absorbs water back into the body with water-permeable coll…
KIDNEYS
1. maintains the volume and composition of body fluid by filt…
PROXIMAL CONVOLUTED TUBULE
1. Controlled absorption of glucose, sodium, and other solute…
113 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 2
Digestive system
Urinary or excretory system
Cells—The fundamental unit of all livi…
Body cavities are the spaces within th…
mouth, pharynx (throat), esophagus, stomach, intestines (smal…
kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra
Digestive system
mouth, pharynx (throat), esophagus, stomach, intestines (smal…
Urinary or excretory system
kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra
85 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 1
aden/o
arthr/o
bi/o
carcin/o
gland
joint
life
cancer, cancerous
aden/o
gland
arthr/o
joint
63 terms
Chapter 6: The language of Medicine
-ectasis
-emesis
-pepsia
-phagia
dilation (widening)
vomiting
digestion
eating (swallowing)
-ectasis
dilation (widening)
-emesis
vomiting
56 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 7
Cali/o... Calic/o
Cyst/o
Glomerul/o
Meat/o
Calyx (calix)... Ex: Caliectasis
Urinary bladder
Glomerulus
Meatus
Cali/o... Calic/o
Calyx (calix)... Ex: Caliectasis
Cyst/o
Urinary bladder
126 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 3
abdomin/o
acr/o
acu/o
aden/o
abdomen (combining form)
extremities, top, extreme point (combining form)
sharp, severe, sudden (combining form)
gland (combing form)
abdomin/o
abdomen (combining form)
acr/o
extremities, top, extreme point (combining form)
209 terms
The Language of Medicine - Chapter 4
Carp/o
Cib/o
Cis/o
Cost/o
Wrist bones
Meals
To cut
Rib
Carp/o
Wrist bones
Cib/o
Meals
100 terms
The Language of Medicine quiz 1
aden/o
arthr/o
bi/o
carcin/o
gland
joint
life
cancerous, cancer
aden/o
gland
arthr/o
joint
119 terms
The Language of Medicine, Chabner, Chapter 3
abdomin/o
acr/o
aden/o
adip/o
space below the chest
extremities, top
gland
fat
abdomin/o
space below the chest
acr/o
extremities, top
93 terms
Language of Medicine - ch 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.
39 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 13
bas/o
chrom/o
coagul/o
cyt/o
base (alkaline, the opposite of acid)
color
clotting
cell
bas/o
base (alkaline, the opposite of acid)
chrom/o
color
72 terms
Language of medicine unit 1
Aden/o
Arthr/o
Bi/o
Carcin/o
Gland
Joint
Biology
Cancelous
Aden/o
Gland
Arthr/o
Joint
30 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 21
aer/o
alges/o
bronch/o
chem/o
air
sensitivity to pain
bronchial tube
drug
aer/o
air
alges/o
sensitivity to pain
103 terms
Language of Medicine: Chapter 1
Adenoma
Adenitis
Arthritis
Biology
- tumor of a gland... Any neoplasm of glandular epithelium, beni…
- inflammation of a gland
- inflammation of a joint
- study of life
Adenoma
- tumor of a gland... Any neoplasm of glandular epithelium, beni…
Adenitis
- inflammation of a gland
80 terms
The Language of Medicine Chapter 1
aden/o
athr/o
bi/o
carcin/o
gland
joint
life
cancerous, cancer
aden/o
gland
athr/o
joint
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