Ch. 10 & 11

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Ch. 10 & 11
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  1. BOLUS
    A masticated morsel of food, mass of food mixed with saliva.
  2. CECUM
    Cec/o
    The cul-de-sac, about 6 cm in depth, lying below the terminal ileum, forming the first part of the large intestine.
  3. CHOLECYSTITIS
    Inflammation of the gallbladder.
  4. CHOLELITHIASIS
    Gallstones, formation or presence of bile stones in the gallbladder.
  5. DUODENUM
    Duoden/o
    The first division of the small intestine, most digestion occurs here.
  6. EMESIS
    Vomiting
  7. ERUCTATION
    Belching

    The voiding of gas or of a small quantity of acidic fluid from the stomach through the mouth.
  8. FLATULENCE
    Presence of an excessive amount of gas in the stomach and intestines.

    Farting
  9. GALLBLADDER
    accesory organ that stores bile.
  10. HEMATEMESIS
    Hemat/o = Blood
    -Emesis = Vomiting
    Vomiting blood
  11. ILEOCECALVALVE
    muscle situated at the junction of the small intestine (ileum) and the large intestine, Its critical function is to limit the reflux of colonic contents into the ileum.

    it is used for Vitamin B12 and bile acid absorption.

    Functionally, roughly two litres of fluid enters the colon daily through the ileocecal valve.
  12. ILEOCECAL VALVE

    ILEOCECAL- Pertaining to the ileum and cecum
    The valve is a muscular ring tht prevents liquid waste from flowing back into the small intestines
  13. LIVER
    Produces biles, which is necessary for the digestion of fats.
  14. MELENA
    Abnormal black tarry stool containing digested blood.
  15. PERISTATIS
  16. TRUSH
    Fungal infection of the mouth and throat that produces creamy white patches on the tongue and oral surfaces.
  17. ACCESORY ORGANS
    • Liver
    • Pancreas
    • Gallbladder
  18. Digestive system in order of importance
    Oral cavity---> Pharynx--->Esophagus--->Stomach---->Small Intestines(Duodenum---Jejunum-Ileum)--->Large Intestines---->Rectum---Anus
  19. LITH/O
    CALCULI
    STONE
  20. ENURESIS
    Bed wetting
  21. Ur/o; Urin/o
    Urine
  22. OR/o; STOMAT/o
    Mouth
  23. GLOSS/O; LINGU/O
    Tongue
  24. PHARYNG/O
    Pharynx
  25. ESOPHAG/O
    Esophagus
  26. COL/O; COLON/O
    Colon
  27. NOCTURIA
    Excessive urination at night
  28. DIURESIS
    Secretion of large amounts of urine.
  29. DIURETIC
    Increasing the secretion of urine; a substance that increases the secretion of urine
  30. POLYURIA
    Excessive urination
  31. URINARY INCONTINENCE
    Loss of urinary bladder control
  32. URINARY RETENTION
    Inability to empty the urinary bladder
  33. LITHOTOMY

    Lith/o--Stone
    Otomy--incision
    An incision to remove stones.
  34. 1. Cutting for stone; a cutting operation for the removal of a calculus,
  35. NEPHROLITH
    Kidney Stones
  36. NEPHROLITHIASIS
    Presence of stones in the kidneys; kidney stones; also called renal calculi
  37. URETERECTASIS
  38. URETERORRHAGIA
    Bleeding in the ureter
  39. URETHRORRHAGIA
    Bleeding in the Urethra
  40. URETHROSTENOSIS
    Narrowing of the urethra
  41. URETEROLITH

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