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  1. flatus
    gas in gastrointestinal tract
  2. halitosis
    foul- smelling breath
  3. leukoplakia
    white patches on mucous membrane of cheek
  4. obstipation
    intractable constipation
  5. steatorrhea
    passage of fat in large amounts in feces
  6. nas/o
    nose
  7. rhin/o
    nose
  8. sept/o
    septum
  9. adenoid/o
    adenoids
  10. tonsil/o
    tonsils
  11. pharyng/o
    pharynx
  12. epiglott/o
    epiglottis
  13. laryng/o
    larynx (voice box)
  14. trache/o
    trachea (windpipe)
  15. bronchi/o
    bronchus
  16. bronch/o
    bronchus
  17. bronchiol/o
    bronchioles
  18. alveol/o
    alveolus
  19. pleur/o
    pleura
  20. pneum/o
    air, lung
  21. pneumon/o
    air, lung
  22. pulmon/o
    lung
  23. anthrac/o
    coal, coal dust
  24. atel/o
    incomplete, imperfect
  25. coni/o
    dust
  26. cyan/o
    blue
  27. lob/o
    lobe
  28. orth/o
    straight
  29. ox/I
    oxygen
  30. ox/o
    oxygen
  31. pector/o
    chest
  32. steth/o
    chest
  33. thorac/o
    chest
  34. phren/o
    diaphragm, mind
  35. spir/o
    breathe
  36. -capnia
    carbon dioxide
  37. -osmia
    smell
  38. -phonia
    voice
  39. -pnea
    breathing
  40. -ptsysis
    spitting
  41. -thorax
    chest
  42. brady-
    slow
  43. dys-
    bad, painful, difficult
  44. eu-
    good, normal
  45. tachy-
    rapid
  46. anosmia
    absence or decrease in smell
  47. apnea
    temporary loss of breathing
  48. atelectasis
    collapsed or airless lung
  49. consolidation
    loss of sponginess of lungs due to enlargement
  50. coryza
    head cold- inflammation of nose
  51. deviated septum
    displacement of middle nose cartilage
  52. emphysema
    decrease in alveolar elasticity
  53. epistaxis
    nosebleed,
  54. exudate
    inflammatory fluid high in protein with blood and cells
  55. hypoxemia
    deficiency of oxygen in blood
  56. hypoxia
    deficiency of oxygen in tissues
  57. pertussis
    whooping cough
  58. pleurisy
    inflammation of pleural membrane
  59. pneumoconiosis
    dust particles found in lungs
  60. pulmonary edema
    excessive fluid in lungs- causes cough and dyspnea
  61. surfactant
    phospholipid allows lung to expand with ease
  62. transudate
    noninflammatory fluid that resembles serum but with less protein
  63. tubercles
    granulomas associated with tuberculosis
  64. edema
    abnormal accumulation of fluid in tissue spaces
  65. suppuration
    producing of pus
  66. hematopoiesis occurs at what site
    bone marrow
  67. complicated fracture
    when a bone has injured another organ
  68. comminuted fracture
    broken bone that causes an external wound
  69. tissue type that forms blood fat and fibroblasts
    connective
  70. rheumatoid arthritis
    autoimmune disease
  71. impetigo
    inflammatory skin disease characterized by isolated pustules that become crusted and rupture
  72. protects against infection
    sebum
  73. debridement
    removes necrotized tissue from wound
  74. decubitus ulcer
    bedsores
  75. pediculosis is caused by
    lice
  76. comedo
    blackhead
  77. basal layer includes cells called
    melanocytes
  78. lentigo
    a small brown macule on skin caused by sun exposure
  79. pruritus
    itching of hands
  80. lunula
    growth area of the nail
  81. eschar
    damaged tissue following a severe burn
  82. antiseptics
    applied agents that inhibit growth of bacteria
  83. liver produces
    bile
  84. volvulus
    life threating obstruction when bowel twists itself
  85. deglutition
    swallowing
  86. villi
    fingerlike projections in small intestine, that absorb nutrients into bloodstream
  87. peristalsis
    progressive wavelike movement occurs involuntary in hollow tubes
  88. rugae
    mucosal folds in stomach wall
  89. peptic ulcer
    produces hole in stomach wall
  90. colostomies
    divert fecal flow to a bag outside of body
  91. anastomosis
    removes polyps from vessel

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