Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 3 Meat and Bones Review.txt

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  1. oste/o
    combining form for bone
  2. oss/e
    combining form for bone
  3. oss/i
    combining form for bone
  4. comining form for bone
    oste/o, oss/e, oss/i
  5. -blasts
    suffix meaning immature
  6. suffix meaning immature
    -blasts
  7. -clasts
    suffix meaning break
  8. suffix meaning break
    -clasts
  9. osteoblasts
    immature bone cells
  10. immature bone cells
    osteoblasts
  11. osteoclasts
    cells that eat away bony tissue
  12. cells that eat away bony tissue
    osteoclasts
  13. -cyte
    suffix meaning cell
  14. suffix meaning cell
    -cyte
  15. osteocyte
    mature bone cells
  16. mature bone cells
    osteocyte
  17. -poietic
    suffix meaing pertaining to formation
  18. suffix meaning pertaining to formation
    -poietic
  19. chondr/o
    combining form for cartilage
  20. combining form for cartilage
    chondr/o
  21. articulations
    another term for joints
  22. another term for joints
    articulations
  23. arthr/o
    combining form for joints
  24. combining form for joints
    arthr/o
  25. -malacia
    suffix meaning abnormal softening
  26. suffix meaning abnormal softening
    -malacia
  27. -sclerosis
    suffix meaning abnormal hardening
  28. suffix meaning abnormal hardening
    -sclerosis
  29. epi-
    prefix meaning above
  30. physis
    root meaning growth
  31. root meaning growth
    physis
  32. peri-
    prefix meaning surrounding
  33. prefix meaning surrounding
    peri-
  34. -um
    suffix meaning structure
  35. suffix meaning structure
    -um
  36. endo-
    prefix meaning within or inner
  37. prefix meaning within or inner
    -endo
  38. meta-
    prefix meaning beyond
  39. prefix meaning beyond
    meta-
  40. ligament/o
    combining form for ligament
  41. combining form for ligament
    ligament/o
  42. ten/o
    combining form for tendon
  43. tend/o
    combining form for tendon
  44. tendin/o
    combining form for tendon
  45. combining forms for tendon
    ten/o, tend/o, tendin/o
  46. burs/o
    combining form for bursa
  47. combining form for bursa
    burs/o
  48. synovi/o
    combining form for synovial membrane and synovial fluid
  49. combining form for synovial membrane and synovial fluid
    synovi/o
  50. crani/o
    combining form for skull
  51. combining form for skull
    crani/o
  52. brachycephalic
    animals with short, wide heads
  53. animals with short, wide heads
    brachycephalic
  54. brachy-
    prefix meaning short
  55. dolichocephalic
    animals with narrow, long heads
  56. animals with narrow, long heads
    dolichocephalic
  57. mesocephalic
    animals with average width to their heads
  58. animals with average width to their heads
    mesocephalic
  59. prefix meaning short
    brachy-
  60. maxilla
    upper jaw
  61. upper jaw
    maxilla
  62. mandible
    lower jaw
  63. lower jaw
    mandible
  64. spondyl/o
    combining form for vertebrae
  65. vertebr/o
    combining form fo vertebrae
  66. combining forms for vertebrae
    spondyl/o, vertebr/o
  67. foramen
    bone term meaning hole
  68. bone term that means hole
    foramen
  69. cost/o
    combining form for ribs
  70. combining form for ribs
    cost/o
  71. scapula
    shoulder blade
  72. shoulder blade
    scapula
  73. patella
    knee cap
  74. knee cap
    patella
  75. clavicle
    collarbone
  76. collarbone
    clavicle
  77. carpus
    wrist
  78. wrist
    carpus
  79. tarsus
    ankle
  80. ankle
    tarsus
  81. onych/o
    combining form for claw
  82. combining form for claw
    onych/o
  83. ungulates
    hooved animals
  84. hooved animals
    ungulates
  85. digits
    fingers
  86. fingers
    digits
  87. phalanges
    bones of the fingers
  88. bones of the fingers
    phalanges
  89. pelvis
    hip
  90. hip
    pelvis
  91. stifle
    knee joint
  92. knee joint
    stifle
  93. hock
    ankle or tarsus
  94. ankle or tarsus
    hock
  95. axial skeleton
    Consists of the skull, hyoid bones, vertebral column, ribs, and sternum
  96. Consists of the skull, hyoid bones, vertebral column, ribs, and sternum
    axial skeleton
  97. appendicular skeleton
    framework that consists of the extremities, shoulder, and pelvic girdle
  98. framework that consists of the extremities, shoulder, and pelvic girdle
    appendicular skeleton
  99. fosssa
    bone term that means hollow depression
  100. bone term that means hollow depression
    fossa
  101. arthralgia
    joint pain
  102. joint pain
    arthralgia, arthrodynia
  103. arthrodynia
    joint pain
  104. bursitis
    inflammation of the bursa
  105. inflammation of the bursa
    bursitis
  106. arthritis
    inflammatory condition of joints
  107. inflammatory condition of joints
    arthritis
  108. chondromalacia
    abnormal cartilage softening
  109. abnormal cartilage softening
    chondromalacia
  110. chondropathy
    cartilage disease
  111. cartilage disease
    chondropathy
  112. IVDD
    intervertebral disc disease
  113. abbreviation for intervertebral disc disease
    IVDD
  114. ACL
    anterior cruciate ligament
  115. abbreviation for anterior cruciate ligament
    ACL
  116. CCL
    cranial cruciate ligament
  117. abbreviation for cranial cruciate ligament
    CCL
  118. fx
    fracture
  119. abbreviation for fracture
    fx
  120. TPO
    triple pelvic osteotomy
  121. abbreviation for triple pelvic osteotomy
    TPO
  122. FHO
    femoral head ostectomy
  123. abbreviation for femoral head ostectomy
    FHO
  124. TPLO
    tibial plateau level osteotomy
  125. abbreviation for tibial plateau osteotomy
    TPLO
  126. TTA
    tibial tuberosity advancement
  127. abbreviation for tibial tuberosity advancement
    TTA
  128. IM
    intramuscular
  129. abbreviation for intramuscular
    IM
  130. DJD
    degenerative joint disease
  131. abbreviation for degenerative joint disease
    DJD
  132. OA
    osteoarthritis
  133. abbreviation for osteoarthritis
    OA
  134. OCD
    osteochondrosis dissecans
  135. abbreviation for osteochondrosis dissecans
    OCD
  136. osteomyelitis
    inflammation of bone and bone marrow
  137. inflammation of bone and bone marrow
    osteomyelitis
  138. spondylosis
    degenerative disorder of the vertebrae
  139. degeneratve disorder of the vertebrae
    spondylosis
  140. fracture
    broken bone
  141. broken bone
    fracture
  142. onychectomy
    surgical removal of a claw (declaw)
  143. surgical removal of a claw (declaw)
    onychectomy
  144. ostectomy
    surgical removal of a bone
  145. surgical removal of a bone
    ostectomy
  146. osteotomy
    surgial incision of bone
  147. surgical incision of bone
    osteotomy
  148. ambulation
    moving from one place to another
  149. moving from one place to another
    ambulation
  150. my/o
    combining form for muscle
  151. combining form for muscle
    my/o
  152. fibr/o
    combining form for fibrous tissue
  153. fibros/o
    combining form for fibrous tissue
  154. combining forms for fibrous tissue
    fibr/o, fibros/o
  155. fasci/o
    combining form for fascia
  156. fasc/i
    combining form for fascia
  157. combining forms for fascia
    fasc/i, fasci/o
  158. anti-
    prefix meaning against
  159. prefix meaning against
    anti-
  160. syn-
    prefix meaning together
  161. prefix meaning together
    syn-
  162. synergistic muscles
    muscles that work together to create movement
  163. muscles that work together to create movement
    synergistic muscles
  164. antagonistic muscles
    muscles that work against each other
  165. muscles that work against each other
    antagonistic muscles
  166. abductor
    muscles the move a part away from the midline
  167. muscles the move a part away from the midline
    abductor
  168. adductor
    muscles the move a part closer to midline
  169. muscles the move a part closer to midline
    adductor
  170. flexor
    muscle the bends a limb at its joint or decreases the joint angle
  171. muscle the bends a limb at its joint or decreases the joint angle
    flexor
  172. extensor
    muscle the straightens a limb or increases the joint angle
  173. muscle the straightens a limb or increases the joint angle
    extensor
  174. levator
    muscle that raises or elevates a part
  175. muscle that raises or elevates a part
    levator
  176. depressor
    muscle that lowers or depresses a part
  177. muscle that lowers or depresses a part
    depressor
  178. rotator
    muscle that turns a body part on its axis
  179. muscle that turns a body part on its axis
    rotator
  180. supinator
    muscle that rotates the palmar or plantar surface upward
  181. muscle that rotates the palmar or plantar surface upward
    supinator
  182. pronator
    muscle the rotates the palmar or plantar surface downward
  183. muscle the rotates the palmar or plantar surface downward
    pronator
  184. ataxia
    lack of voluntary control of muscle movement, "wobbliness"
  185. lack of voluntary control of muscle movement, "wobbliness
    ataxia
  186. dystrophy
    defective growth
  187. defective growth
    dystrophy
  188. myositis
    inflammation of voluntary muscles
  189. inflammation of voluntary muscles
    myositis
  190. tendinitis
    inflammation of tendons
  191. myoplasty
    surgical repair of muscles
  192. surgical repair of muscles
    myoplasty
  193. myopathy
    disease of muscles
  194. disease of muscles
    myopathy

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