TEST 1- CHs 1-7 Review - Building Medical Vocabulary with Spanish Translations

Card Set Information

Author:
SPinterpreter
ID:
105038
Filename:
TEST 1- CHs 1-7 Review - Building Medical Vocabulary with Spanish Translations
Updated:
2011-09-29 11:12:30
Tags:
Test Review Chapters through Building medical vocabulary Spanish Translations
Folders:

Description:
Complete Study Guide given for Test 1, consisting of Chapters 1-7 of Building a Medical Vocabulary with Spanish Translations Book
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user SPinterpreter on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. An illuminated optic instrument for the visualization of the interior of a body cavity or organ
    endo/scope
  2. the pressure exerted by the circulating volume of blood on the walls fo the arteries and veins and on the chambers of the heart
    blood pressure
  3. an instrument for measuring temperature
    Thermometer
  4. Aden(o)
    Gland
  5. Gram, Graphy, Graph

    What do these means, respectively?
    • Gram-record
    • Graphy, Process of recording
    • graph-Instrument for recording
  6. a visual examination
    scopy
  7. a hollow flexible tube that can be inserted into a cavity of the body to withdraw or to instill fluids, perform tests, or visualize a vessel or cavity.
    catheter
  8. Incision vs Excision
    • Incision is to cut into
    • Excision is to cut out
  9. CT is the abbreviation for ?
    • Computed Tomography
    • Tomographi'a Computarizada

    Produces a detailed image of a cross section of tissue similar to what one would see if the body were actually cut in sections.
  10. PET Scan?
    • Positron Emission Tomography
    • Tomographi'a por emisio'n de positrones

    Uses radiographic technique to examine metabolic activity in various body structures
  11. ROM?
    • Range of Motion
    • Rango de movimiento
  12. Surgical removal of the breast?
    Mastectomy
  13. Semi
    Half or Part
  14. MRI
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  15. Centi-
    100
  16. Incrased Discomfort, decreased efficiency, loss of capability to respond to stimulation
    Fatigue
  17. Excessive sound
    Ultrasonic
  18. Describes the specturm of colors. Usually can not see this.
    UltraViolet
  19. Uni
    Bi
    Tri
    • One
    • Two
    • Three
  20. Types of Injection/Needle Insertions
    • Subcutaneous - below the skin
    • intramuscular - into the muscle
    • intradermal - Into outer layer of skin
    • intervenous - Into the blood stream/vein
  21. Null
    none

    Opposite of Null is Pan - all
  22. Occuring suddenly in numbers clearly in excess. This is referred to in a fast oubreak of a disease.
    Epidemic
  23. Pathologic process that tends to become malignant
    Precnacerous
  24. Extremely small size- visible on a microscope
    microscopic
  25. counter acts depression
    antidepressant
  26. disquiet, restlessness, malaise
    dysphoria
  27. A temperature scale where 0 degrees is freezing and 100 degrees is boiling
    Celsius
  28. consisting of; having steps or degrees
    centigrade
  29. Freezing is around 32 or 33 degrees
    Fahrenheit
  30. The 2 Main Body Cavities are the?
    Dorsal containing the Cerebral and Spinal Cavities

    Ventral containing the Thoracic, Abdominal and Pelvic Cavities
  31. The 3 main body planes?
    • Transverse splits the body into Upper and Lower parts
    • Frontal/Corinal splits the body into Anterior/Posterior parts
    • Midsagital splits the body into equal left and right parts
  32. ACS
    • American Cancer Society
    • Sociedad Americana del Ca'ncer
  33. AIDS
    • Acquired inmunodeficiency syndrome
    • SIDA/ Sindrome Immunodeficiencia adquirida
  34. CBC
    • Complete blood count
    • CSC/conteo sangui'neo completo
  35. CDC
    • Center disease control
    • Centro para el control de enfermedades
  36. cm
    • centieter
    • centi'metro
  37. CT
    • computed tomography
    • Tomographi'a computarizada
  38. DOB
    • Date of birth
    • Fecha de nacimiento
  39. Dx
    • Diagnosis
    • Diagnosis
  40. ECG/EKG
    • Electrocardiogram
    • electrocardiograma
  41. g
    • grams
    • gramos
  42. Hb, Hgb
    • Hemoglobin
    • hemoglobina
  43. HIV
    • Human Immunodeficiency Virus
    • Virus de immunodeficiencia humana
  44. HPV
    • Human Papiloma Virus
    • VPH/ Virus de Papiloma Humano
  45. L
    • Liter
    • Litro
  46. LLQ
    • Left Lower quadrant
    • CII, Cuadrante Inferior Izquierdo
  47. LUQ
    • Left Upper Quadrant
    • CSI, Cuadrante Superior Izquierdo
  48. PE
    • Physical Examination
    • Examen fi'sico
  49. PET
    • Positron Emission Tomography
    • Tomografi'a por emi'sion de positrones
  50. RBC
    • Red blood cells
    • Conteo de Glo'bulos rojos
  51. Rh
    • Rhesus
    • RH Rhesus (un grupo sangui'neo)
  52. RLQ
    • Right Lower Quadrant
    • CID, Cuadrante Inferior Derecho
  53. RUQ
    CSD, Cuadrante Superior Derecho
  54. Rx
    • Perscription
    • Receta, Prescripcio'n
  55. WBC
    • White blood cell
    • Conteo de Glo'bulos blancos
  56. WMD
    • Weapons of Mass destruction
    • Armas de destruccio'n en masa
  57. WNL
    • Within Normal Limits
    • Dentro de limites normales
  58. Words that are spelled exactly the same in English and Spanish in Chapters 1 - 7 review.

    The first letters of each word are:
    A,A,D,G,I,L,S,T,T,U,V
    Anemia, Anterior, Diagnosis, Genes, Influenza, Lumbar, Saliva, tinnitus, Trauma, Umbilical, Ventral
  59. A few Rules to follow
    If the word ends in -tion it becomes -cio'n
    If the word ends in -y, it becomes -ia or -io
    If the word ends in -us, it becomes -o
    If there is a (th) in the word, it becomes a (t)
    If there is a (ll) in the word, it becomes one (l)
    If the word begins with an S, it becomes Es
    Words do not end in Consenant letters in spanish as they do in english. Many times you will find that the addition of an (o) or (a) at the end of the word changes the word from English to Spanish.
  60. Allergy
    Alergia
  61. ambulatory
    ambulatorio
  62. anatomy
    anatomi'a
  63. anesthesia
    anestesia
  64. antibiotic
    antibio'tico
  65. Antigen
    Anti'geno
  66. Antiseptic
    antise'ptico
  67. Aspiration
    Aspiracio'n
  68. Autopsy
    Autopsia
  69. Biopsy
    Biospia
  70. Calculus
    ca'lculo
  71. carcinogen
    carcino'geno
  72. Coagulation
    Coagulacio'n
  73. cortisone
    Cortisona
  74. Destruction
    Destruccio'n
  75. Dilatation
    Dilatacio'n
  76. Embolism
    Embolismo
  77. Epigastric
    Epiga'strico
  78. Extracellular
    Extracelular
  79. Febrile
    Febril
  80. Fluid
    fluido
  81. Globulins
    Globulinas
  82. Hemorrhage
    hemorragia
  83. Holistic
    Holistico
  84. Internist
    internista
  85. Leukemia
    leucemia
  86. Mastectomy
    Mastectomi'a
  87. Membrane
    membrana
  88. Microorganism
    microorganismo
  89. Microscope
    Microscopio
  90. milligram
    milligramo
  91. Molecule
    Mole'cula
  92. Nutrition
    Nutricio'n
  93. Organ
    O'rgano
  94. Parasite
    Para'sito
  95. Perspiration
    Perspiracio'n
  96. rupture
    Ruptura
  97. spasm
    espasmo
  98. suction
    succio'n
  99. syndrome
    si'ndrome
  100. tonsillitis
    tonsilitis
  101. toxin
    toxina
  102. Antibodies
    anticuerpos
  103. Blood sample
    muestra de sangre
  104. Blood Transfusion
    Transfusio'n de sangre
  105. Breast
    Seno
  106. capillaries
    Capilares
  107. Cell
    Ce'lula
  108. Cell Membrane
    Membrana Celular
  109. Centimeter
    Centi'metro
  110. Cervix
    Cuello Uterino
  111. Chromosome
    cromosoma
  112. clot
    coa'gulo
  113. Dehydration
    Deshidratacio'n
  114. Derma
    Piel
  115. Disease
    enfermedad
  116. Disorder
    Desorden
  117. Dizziness
    Ve'rtigo
  118. Enzyme
    Enzima
  119. Extremities
    extremidades
  120. Family practice
    Medicina de familia
  121. Fever
    Fiebre
  122. Fiber
    Fibra
  123. fungi
    Hongos
  124. headache
    dolor de cabeza
  125. hypodermic
    hipode'rmico
  126. inflammation
    inflamacio'n
  127. Internal medicine
    medicina Interna
  128. LLQ
    Left Lower Quadrant
    • CII
    • Cuadrante Inferior Izquierdo
  129. LUQ
    Left Upper Quadrant
    • CSI
    • Cuadrante Superior Izquierdo
  130. Lymph
    linfa
  131. measure
    medida
  132. mucus
    moco
  133. Oxygen
    oxi'geno
  134. Physical Examination
    Examen fi'sico
  135. Prone Position
    posicio'n prona
  136. Quadrants
    Cuadrantes
  137. Redness
    Rojez
  138. Rheumatism
    reumatismo
  139. Ringing
    zumbido
  140. Seizure
    Ataque
  141. Stem Cell
    Ce'lula madre
  142. Stone
    piedra
  143. subcutaneous
    subcuta'neo
  144. supine position
    posicio'n supina
  145. Sweat
    sudor
  146. swelling
    hinchazo'n
  147. symptom
    si'mptoma
  148. Tears
    La'grimas
  149. Test
    Prueba
  150. Tissue
    Tejido
  151. Trachea
    Tra'quea
  152. Transfusion
    transfusio'n
  153. Vessel
    Vaso
  154. Wound
    herida

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview