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Veterinary Chapter 2 Terms
Alphabetical filing system
Assessment
Cage Card
Client
Organization of medical records by patient or client identifi…
Veterinary diagnosis of problem
Identification and location of patient while in care of facil…
The owner of the animal
Alphabetical filing system
Organization of medical records by patient or client identifi…
Assessment
Veterinary diagnosis of problem
129 terms
Veterinary medical terminology chapter 2 tina
ventral
dorsal
cranial
caudal
underside of the belly
back
towards the head
towards the tail
ventral
underside of the belly
dorsal
back
20 terms
Veterinary Dentistry Chapter 2
Deciduous; baby
Interceptive
West Highland White Terriers
II
The primary teeth are also know as _____ or ____ teeth
____ orthodontics is the process of extracting primary teeth…
Cranial mandibular osteodystrophy occurs in primarily _____ _…
A Class ____ occlusion is said to occur when the mandible is…
Deciduous; baby
The primary teeth are also know as _____ or ____ teeth
Interceptive
____ orthodontics is the process of extracting primary teeth…
Veterinary Terminology Chapter 2
fat
front
gland
study of
adip/o
anteri/o
aden/o
-logy
fat
adip/o
front
anteri/o
94 terms
Veterinary terms Chapter 2
oss/i
my/o
hyster/o
pneum
bone
muscle
uterus
lungs
oss/i
bone
my/o
muscle
80 terms
Veterinary Terminology Chapter2
Abdomen/o
Aden/o
Adip/o
Anis/o
Abdomen
Gland
Fat
unequal(insize)
Abdomen/o
Abdomen
Aden/o
Gland
114 terms
Chapter 2- Veterinary Terminology
Anabolism
Catabolism
Metabolism
Cell Membrane
Process of building up complex proteins from simpler substances
Process of breaking down complex foods into simpler substances
Total Chemical Processes of Anabolism + Catabolism
Semipermeable structure surrounding/protecting cell
Anabolism
Process of building up complex proteins from simpler substances
Catabolism
Process of breaking down complex foods into simpler substances
75 terms
Veterinary Terminology: Chapter 2
mesentary
Retropertineal
congenital
anomaly
layer of peritoneum that suspends parts of the intestine in t…
superficial to the peritoneum
denotes something at birth
deviation from the norm
mesentary
layer of peritoneum that suspends parts of the intestine in t…
Retropertineal
superficial to the peritoneum
22 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 2
-logy
Physi/o
Path/o
-logist
study of
nature
disease
specialist
-logy
study of
Physi/o
nature
104 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 2
cephalic
medial
superior
inferior
pertaining to the head
toward the midline
uppermost, above, or toward the head
lowermost, below, or toward the tail
cephalic
pertaining to the head
medial
toward the midline
55 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology- Chapter 2
Dental arcade
Lingual surface
Buccal surface
Occlusal surface
Arrangement of the teeth in the mouth.
Aspect of tooth facing the tongue.
Aspect of tooth facing the cheek.
Where upper and lower surfaces meet.
Dental arcade
Arrangement of the teeth in the mouth.
Lingual surface
Aspect of tooth facing the tongue.
152 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology - Chapter 2 Where, Why and What?
cavity
cranial cavity
spinal cavity
thoracic or chest cavity
hole or hollow space in the body that contains and protects t…
hollow space that contains the brain in the skull
hollow space that contains the spinal cord in the spinal column
hollow space that contains the lungs within the ribs between…
cavity
hole or hollow space in the body that contains and protects t…
cranial cavity
hollow space that contains the brain in the skull
34 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 2
Microscopic
Cytology
Lysosomal
Intracellular
Pertaining to a small view; clinically refers to something th…
The study of cells
Pertaining to a dissolving/destructive body
Pertaining to within cells
Microscopic
Pertaining to a small view; clinically refers to something th…
Cytology
The study of cells
37 terms
Veterinary Terminology - Chapter 2 - Prefixes
a- , an-
ab-
ad-
ambi- , amphi- , ampho-
without, lack of, not
away from
toward, to, near
both
a- , an-
without, lack of, not
ab-
away from
51 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 2
Ventral
Dorsal
Cranial
Caudal
refers to the belly or underside of a body or body part.
refers to the back.
toward the head.
toward the tail.
Ventral
refers to the belly or underside of a body or body part.
Dorsal
refers to the back.
33 terms
Veterinary Terminology - Chapter 2 - Suffixes
-ac, -al, -ic, -ous, -tic
-algia
-ate
-cele
pertaining to
pain
having, resembling, acting upon
protrusion (hernia)
-ac, -al, -ic, -ous, -tic
pertaining to
-algia
pain
21 terms
Introduction to Veterinary Science, Chapter 2
tissue
organs
displaced abomasum
(FMD) Foot and Mouth Disease
a collection of cells organized for a particular function
collections of tissue
commonly called a twisted stomach in which the fourth stomach…
highly infectious viral disease that selectively attacks epit…
tissue
a collection of cells organized for a particular function
organs
collections of tissue
86 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology: Chapter 2
Veterinary Health Care Team
Clinical Veterinary Language
General Animal Disease Terms
Zoology
veterinarian ... veterinary technician/technologist ... veterinary…
not everyday English ... not a foreign language ... a fabricated la…
zoology ... zoonosis ... zoonotic ... enzootic ... epizootic (epidemic)…
the study of animals. ... zoo=animals in general ... -logy= the stu…
Veterinary Health Care Team
veterinarian ... veterinary technician/technologist ... veterinary…
Clinical Veterinary Language
not everyday English ... not a foreign language ... a fabricated la…
30 terms
Veterinary Medical Term-Chapter 2
Ventral
Dorsal
Cranial
Caudal
belly or underside of body or body part
back
toward the head
toward the tail
Ventral
belly or underside of body or body part
Dorsal
back
69 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 2
ventral
Dorsal
Cranial
caudal
belly or underside of a body or body part
refers to the back
means toward the head
means toward the tail
ventral
belly or underside of a body or body part
Dorsal
refers to the back
52 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 2
anabolism
catabolism
metabolism
cell membrane
to Add, building up complex proteins from simpler substances
to Cut, break down complex foods into simpler substances
all of the chemical processes in a cell
semipermeable structure that surrounds and protects the cell
anabolism
to Add, building up complex proteins from simpler substances
catabolism
to Cut, break down complex foods into simpler substances
167 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology - Chapter 2
Abdomin/o
Aden/o
Adip/o
Anis/o
Abdomen
Gland
Fat
Unequal (in size)
Abdomin/o
Abdomen
Aden/o
Gland
96 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 2
a-, an-,
ab-
ad-
ambi-, amphi-, ampho-
without, lack of, not
away from
toward, to, near
both
a-, an-,
without, lack of, not
ab-
away from
75 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology- Chapter 2
Ventral
Dorsal
Cranial
Caudal
Pertaining to the belly
Pertaining to the back
Towards the head
Towards the tail
Ventral
Pertaining to the belly
Dorsal
Pertaining to the back
54 terms
Veterinary Terminology Prefixes- Chapter 2
a-, an-
ab-
ad-
ambi-, amphi-, ampho
Without, Lack of, not
Away from
toward, to, near
both
a-, an-
Without, Lack of, not
ab-
Away from
35 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 2
ventral
dorsal
cranial
caudal
refers to the belly or underside of a body or body part
refers to the back
means toward the head
means toward the tail
ventral
refers to the belly or underside of a body or body part
dorsal
refers to the back
131 terms
Veterinary medical terminology chapter 2
Ventral
Dorsal
Cranial
Posterior
refers to the belly or underside of a body or body part.
refers to the back.
means toward the head
means rear of the body.
Ventral
refers to the belly or underside of a body or body part.
Dorsal
refers to the back.
35 terms
Veterinary Terminology: Chapter 2 Suffix
Ac, al, ic, ous, tic
Algia
Ate
Cele
Pertaining to, relating to
Pain
Having, resembling, acting upon
Protrusion
Ac, al, ic, ous, tic
Pertaining to, relating to
Algia
Pain
25 terms
An Illustrated Guide to Veterinary Terminology Chapter 2
ventral
cranial
anterior
rostral
refers to the belly or underside of a body or body part
means toward the head
means front of the body
means nose end of the head
ventral
refers to the belly or underside of a body or body part
cranial
means toward the head
111 terms
Chapter 2: Where, Why, and What?-Veterinary Medical Terminology
Ventral
Cranial
Anterior
Rostral
belly or underside of a body or body part
toward the head
front of the body
nose end of the head
Ventral
belly or underside of a body or body part
Cranial
toward the head
44 terms
Veterinary Medical Language Chapter 2
M
SA
Morbidity
F
Male
Small animal
The number of animals in a population that become sick expres…
Female Fahrenheit
M
Male
SA
Small animal
54 terms
Introduction to Veterinary Technology Medical Terms Chapter 2
cephalic
plamar
plantar
anterior
pertaining to the head
caudal surface of front paw
caudal surface of back paw
front of the body
cephalic
pertaining to the head
plamar
caudal surface of front paw
93 terms
Veterinary Practice Management Chapter 2
No professional veterinary business wi…
Effective management of the veterinary…
The highest quality of care possible m…
What are the 10 areas of veterinary pr…
profitable
increased competition, growing malpractice threats, new techn…
cost-effective
facility design, patient care, client communication, finance,…
No professional veterinary business wi…
profitable
Effective management of the veterinary…
increased competition, growing malpractice threats, new techn…
Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians Chapter 2
Carcinogenicity
Chronic Studies
Clinical Trials
Effective dose-50 (ED50)
The ability or tendency to produce cancer.
A toxicity test of a drug that lasts from three months to two…
tests done in the target species to determine if the drug is…
the dose of a test drug that causes a defined effect in 50 pe…
Carcinogenicity
The ability or tendency to produce cancer.
Chronic Studies
A toxicity test of a drug that lasts from three months to two…
95 terms
Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 2
What is the atom composed of
What subatomic particles are in the nu…
What are the four elements that make u…
What subatomic particle is in the outs…
Protons, neutrons, and electrons
Protons and neutrons
Nitrogen, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Carbon
Electrons
What is the atom composed of
Protons, neutrons, and electrons
What subatomic particles are in the nu…
Protons and neutrons
22 terms
Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians Chapter 2
Carcinogenicity
Chronic Studies
Clinical Trials
Effective dose-50 (ED50)
The ability or tendency to produce cancer.
A toxicity test of a drug that lasts from three months to two…
tests done in the target species to determine if the drug is…
the dose of a test drug that causes a defined effect in 50 pe…
Carcinogenicity
The ability or tendency to produce cancer.
Chronic Studies
A toxicity test of a drug that lasts from three months to two…
35 terms
Introduction to Veterinary Science (2nd edition): Chapter 2
Tissue
Organs
Displaced abomasum
Foot-and-mouth disease
Collection of cells organized for a particular function
Collections of tissue
Condition commonly called a twisted stomach in which the four…
Highlu infectious viral diseasse that selectively attacks epi…
Tissue
Collection of cells organized for a particular function
Organs
Collections of tissue
90 terms
Chapter 2 Veterinary Terms - VMT 115
a-, an-
ab-
ad-
ambi-, amphi-, ampho-
Without, lack of, not
Away from
Toward, to, near
Both
a-, an-
Without, lack of, not
ab-
Away from
40 terms
VET 1001 Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 2
lateral
sagittal plane
transverse plane
recumbent
away from the midline
plane that divides the body into unequal left and right parts
divides the body into caudal and cranial parts
lying down
lateral
away from the midline
sagittal plane
plane that divides the body into unequal left and right parts
98 terms
Veterinary A&P Chapter 2 Vocab
Nucleus
Matter
Element
Chemical Symbol
The part of the cell that contains DNA and aids in several bo…
Anything that occupies space and has mass
Any of 116 known substances that cannot be separated into sma…
The abbreviation of the name of a chemical element. Used to i…
Nucleus
The part of the cell that contains DNA and aids in several bo…
Matter
Anything that occupies space and has mass
Chapter 2 Vocabulary: Veterinary Drug Development and Control
Carcinogenicity
Chronic Studies
Clinical Trials
Effective Dose 50 (ED50)
Ability or tendency to produce cancer.
Long-term-toxicity-test, a toxicity test of a drug that lasts…
Studies done on a target species to evaluate the drug's safet…
The dose of a test drug that causes a defined effect in 50% o…
Carcinogenicity
Ability or tendency to produce cancer.
Chronic Studies
Long-term-toxicity-test, a toxicity test of a drug that lasts…
38 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology - Chapter 2 Combining Forms
abdomino/o
aden/o
adie/o
anis/o
abdomen
gland
fat
unequal
abdomino/o
abdomen
aden/o
gland
Veterinary Medical Terminology: Chapter 2: Studying
Combining physiology and pathology res…
- Logy
Path /o
- Logist
Combining physiology and pathology results in the term pathop…
The suffix -logy means the study of, specific terms are used…
Path/o means disease.
The suffix -logist means specialist.
Combining physiology and pathology res…
Combining physiology and pathology results in the term pathop…
- Logy
The suffix -logy means the study of, specific terms are used…
Veterinary Terminology - Chapter 2 - Where, Why, and What?
Ventr/o
dors/o
crani/o
anteri/o
belly
back
skull
before
Ventr/o
belly
dors/o
back
18 terms
Chapter 2 Vocabulary: Veterinary Drug Development and Control
Carcinogenicity
Chronic Studies
Clinical Trials
Effective Dose 50 (ED50)
Ability or tendency to produce cancer.
Long-term-toxicity-test, a toxicity test of a drug that lasts…
Studies done on a target species to evaluate the drug's safet…
The dose of a test drug that causes a defined effect in 50% o…
Carcinogenicity
Ability or tendency to produce cancer.
Chronic Studies
Long-term-toxicity-test, a toxicity test of a drug that lasts…
193 terms
Veterinary Terminology Chapter 9
Respiratory system
Respiration
Ventilation
Upper respiratory tract
The body system that brings oxygen from the air into the body…
The diffusion of gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) between th…
The intake of fresh air.
The part of the respiratory system that consists of the nose,…
Respiratory system
The body system that brings oxygen from the air into the body…
Respiration
The diffusion of gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) between th…
125 terms
Chapter 2- Veterinary Medical Terminology 4th edition
Mesentery
Retroperitoneal
Congenital
Anomaly
Is the layer of peritoneum that suspends parts of the intesti…
Superficial to the peritoneum
Which denotes something that is present at birth
A deviation from what is regarded as normal
Mesentery
Is the layer of peritoneum that suspends parts of the intesti…
Retroperitoneal
Superficial to the peritoneum
152 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminology - Chapter 2 Where, Why and What?
cavity
cranial cavity
spinal cavity
thoracic or chest cavity
hole or hollow space in the body that contains and protects t…
hollow space that contains the brain in the skull
hollow space that contains the spinal cord in the spinal column
hollow space that contains the lungs within the ribs between…
cavity
hole or hollow space in the body that contains and protects t…
cranial cavity
hollow space that contains the brain in the skull
19 terms
Chapter 2: Veterinary Drug Development and Control
carcinogenicity
chronic studies
clinical trials
effective dose-50 (ED50)
the ability or tendency to produce cancer
a toxicity test of a drug that lasts from three months to two…
tests done in the target species to determine if the drug is…
amount of the drug that produces a desired effect
carcinogenicity
the ability or tendency to produce cancer
chronic studies
a toxicity test of a drug that lasts from three months to two…
9 terms
Chapter 2: Veterinary Drug Development and Control
Effective Dose (ED)
Lethal Dose (LD)
Therapeutic Index
The wider the therapeutic index......
amount of drug needed for a desired effect... needs to be effect…
amount of drug that will kill an animal... needs to kill at leas…
AKA Margin of Safety... dosage that produces desired effect w/li…
the further away from toxicity the drug is while achieving th…
Effective Dose (ED)
amount of drug needed for a desired effect... needs to be effect…
Lethal Dose (LD)
amount of drug that will kill an animal... needs to kill at leas…
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