MOA 102 Midterm

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  1. A benign tumor that arises in or resembles glandular tissue. If it becomes cancerous, it is called an adenocarcinoma
    Adenoma
  2. The inspection of the interior of the bladder by means of a cystoscope
    cystoscopy
  3. Inflammation of the intestine, especially of the small intestine.
    Enteritis
  4. Excision of a part or all of the stomach
    Gastrectomy
  5. A cut; a surgical wound; a division of the body parts, usually made with a knife.
    Incision
  6. The science concerned with the phenomena of life and living organisms.
    Biology
  7. pertaining to the head.... also means above another structure
    Cephalic
  8. Inflammation of a joint or a state characterized by inflammation of the joints.
    Arthritis
  9. Inflammation of the kidneys.
    Nephritis
  10. Renal
    Kidney
  11. A benign neoplasm derived from mesodermal cells that form cartilage.
    Chondroma
  12. Denoting fat
    • Adipose
  13. Relating to the groin
    Inguinal
  14. Relating to a neck, or cervix, in any sense.
    Cervical
  15. A connective tissue neoplasm, usually highly malignant, formed by proliferation of mesodermal cells.
    Sarcoma
  16. Relating to the viscera.
    Visceral
  17. Nearest the trunk or the point of origin, said of part of a limb, of an artery or a nerve, so situated. Toward the median plane following the curvature of the dental arch, in contrast to
    proximal
  18. ?
    lateral
  19. ?
    posterial
  20. Relating to the trachea.
    tracheal
  21. epigastric
    Relating to the epigastrium.
  22. intervertabral
    Between two vertebrae.
  23. periumbilical
    Around or near the umbilicus
  24. hypogastric
    Relating to the hypogastrium.
  25. medial
    Relating to the middle or center; nearer to the median or midsagittal plane.
  26. ?
    rectocele
  27. erythrocyte
    A mature red blood cell
  28. ?
    anemia
  29. The origin or production, or development of cancer, including carcinomas and other malignant neoplasms.
    carcinogenesis
  30. Any of various types of malignant neoplasm derived from epithelial cells, chiefly glandular (adenocarcinoma) or squamous (squamous cell carcinoma); the most commonly occurring kind of cancer.
    carcinoma
  31. 1. Pleuritic pain in the chest.2. A painful affection of the tendinous attachments of the thoracic muscles, usually only on one side.
    pleurodynia
  32. Paracentesis of the pleural cavity
    thoracentesis
  33. Radiographic contrast study of the spinal subarachnoid space and its contents
    myelogram
  34. A disease in adults characterized by a gradual softening and bending of the bones with varying severity of pain; softening occurs because the bones contain osteoid tissue that has failed to calcify because of lack of vitamin D or renal tubular dysfunction; more common in women than in men, osteomalacia often begins during pregnancy
    osteomalacia
  35. A disorder marked by progressive enlargement of peripheral parts of the body, especially the head, face, hands, and feet, resulting from excessive secretion of somatotropin; organomegaly and metabolic disorders occur; diabetes mellitus may develop
    acromegaly
  36. ?
    necropsy
  37. Morbid fear of heights.
    acrophobia
  38. 1. The arrest of bleeding.
    hemostasis
  39. Reconstitution or recanalization of a blood vessel; may involve balloon dilation, mechanical stripping of intima, forceful injection of fibrinolytics, or placement of a stent.
    angioplasty
  40. Establishment of an artificial connection between the lumen of the colon and the skin.
    colostomy
  41. 1. A natural communication, direct or indirect, between two blood vessels or other tubular structures.
    anastomosis
  42. Relating to bile or the biliary tract.
    biliary
  43. Relating to bile or the biliary tract.
    biliary
  44. The discharge of feces from the rectum.
    defecation
  45. . A double layer of peritoneum attached to the abdominal wall and enclosing in its fold a portion or all of one of the abdominal viscera, conveying to it its vessels and nerves.
    mesentery
  46. A mucous tissue lining various tubular structures consisting of epithelium, lamina propria, and, in the digestive tract, a layer of smooth muscle (muscularis mucosae).
    mucosa
  47. Difficulty in swallowing.
    dysphagia
  48. An abnormally high concentration of glucose in the circulating blood, seen especially in patients with diabetes mellitus.
    hyperglycemia
  49. Inflammation of the colon.
    colitis
  50. Inflammation of the gingiva as a response to bacterial plaque on adjacent teeth; characterized by erythema, edema, and fibrous enlargement of the gingiva without resorption of the underlying alveolar bone.
    gingivitis
  51. Inflammation of the liver, due usually to viral infection but sometimes to toxic agents.
    hepatitis
  52. Chronic dilation of bronchi or bronchioles as a sequel of inflammatory disease or obstruction often associated with heavy sputum production.
    bronchiectasis
  53. Alteration, dissolution, or destruction of red blood cells in such a manner that hemoglobin is liberated into the medium in which the cells are suspended, by specific complement-fixing antibodies, toxins, various chemical agents, tonicity, alteration of temperature.
    hemolysis
  54. Impaired gastric function or “upset stomach” due to some disorder of the stomach; characterized by epigastric pain, sometimes burning, nausea, and gaseous eructation.
    dyspesia
  55. An escape of blood from the intravascular space.
    hemorrhage
  56. Congenital absence of a normal opening or normally patent lumen.
    atresia
  57. Spitting of blood derived from the lungs or bronchial tubes as a result of pulmonary or bronchial hemorrhage.
    hemoptysis
  58. Any operation for the correction of a defect in the eyelids.
    blepharoplasty
  59. Incision or division of a sphincter muscle.
    sphincterotomy
  60. ?
    rectosigmoidoscopy
  61. ?
    hysteroptosis

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