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  1. Bronch/o
    • Bronchus
    • What is the word part?
  2. Bronchi/o
    • Bronchus
    • Word part?
  3. Cyan/o
    • Blue
    • Word part?
  4. Laryng/o
    • Larynx- voice box
    • Word part?
  5. Word part of oxygen?
    • Ox/i
    • Ox/o
    • Ox/y
  6. Pharyng/o
    • Pharynx - throat
    • Word part?
  7. Phon/o
    • Voice- sound
    • Word part?
  8. Pleur/o
    • Pleura
    • Word part?
  9. -pnea
    • Breathing
    • Suffix word part?
  10. Word part for lung or air?
    • Pneum/o
    • Pneumon/o
  11. Pneu-
    • Lung or air
    • Prefix word part?
  12. Word part for lung?
    • Pulm/o
    • Pulmon/o
  13. Somn/o
    • Sleep
    • Word part?
  14. Spir/o
    • Breathin
    • Wp?
  15. Tachy-
    • Rapid
    • Prefix word part?
  16. Thorac/o
    • Chest
    • Wp?
  17. -thorax
    • Chest
    • Suffix word part?
  18. Trache/o
    • Trachea
    • Wp?
  19. Or/o
    • Mouth
    • Wp?
  20. Ot/o
    • Ear
    • Wp?
  21. -spasm
    • Involuntary contraction
    • SWP?
  22. Rhin/o
    • Nose
    • WP?
  23. -rrhea
    • Abnormal discharge
    • SWP?
  24. -plegia
    • Paralysis
    • SWP?
  25. -ia
    • Abnormal condition
    • SWP?
  26. Dys-
    • Bad; painful
    • PWP?
  27. Hem/o
    • Blood
    • WP?
  28. -ptysis
    • Spitting
    • SWP?
  29. Py/o
    • Pus
    • WP?
  30. -rrhagia
    • Bleeding
    • SWP?
  31. -dynia
    • Pain
    • SWP
  32. Atel
    • Incomplete
    • MT?
  33. Trachea is commonly known as?
    • Wind pipe
    • Med term for it?
  34. -us
    • Singular noun ending
    • SWP?
  35. Nas
    • Nose
    • WP?
  36. Para-
    • Near
    • PWP
  37. -al
    • Pertaining to
    • SWP?
  38. -ectasis
    • Stretching out or enlargement
    • SWP?
  39. Laryngotracheobronchitis
    • Inflammation of larynx trachea and bronchi
    • Med term for it?
  40. Coni
    • Dust
    • Med term?
  41. -osis
    • Abnormal condition
    • SWP?
  42. Asbest
    • Asbestos
    • Med term?
  43. Byssin
    • Cotton dust
    • Med term?
  44. Silic
    • Glass
    • MT?
  45. Eu-
    • Good
    • PWP?
  46. Brady-
    • Slow
    • PWP?
  47. -ventilation
    • Breathing
    • SWP?
  48. An-
    • Without
    • PWP?
  49. -emia
    • Related to blood
    • SWP?
  50. Capn
    • CO2
    • MT?
  51. -meter
    • Measurment
    • SWP?
  52. Tuss
    • Cough
    • MT?
  53. -ive
    • Perform
    • SWP
  54. Endo-
    • Within
    • PSW?
  55. -plasty
    • Surgical repair
    • SWP?
  56. Sept/o
    • Septum
    • WP?
  57. -ostomy
    • Surgical opening
    • SWP?
  58. -otomy
    • Surgical incision
    • SWP?
  59. -ectomy
    • Surgical removale
    • SWP?
  60. -centesis
    • Surgical opening to remve fluid
    • SWP?
  61. Anthrac
    • Coal dust
    • MT?
  62. Septum
    Wall that seperates two chambers
  63. Tonsils
    Form protective circle of lymphatic tissue around the entrance to the respiratory system
  64. Pharynx commonly known as?
    • Throat
    • MT?
  65. Pharynx
    Receives air after it passes through the nose
  66. What are the layers of the pharynx?
    • 1 nasopharynx
    • 2 oropharynx
    • 3 laryngopharynx
  67. Larynx Commonly known as?
    • Voice box
    • MT?
  68. Larynx
    Triangular chamber located between the pharynx and trachea
  69. Thyroid cartilage Commonly known as?
    • Adams apple
    • MT?
  70. Epiglottis
    Closes off laryngopharynx so food diesnt go down the trachea and lungs
  71. Trachea commonly known as?
    • Wind pipe
    • MT?
  72. Trachea
    Tube located in front of esophagus. Role to transport air to and from lungs
  73. Bronchi
    Formed where the trachea divides into two branches
  74. Alveoli also known as?
    • Air sac
    • MT?
  75. Alveoli
    Very small grape like clusters found at the end of each bronchiole
  76. Mediastinum
    Cavity loacted btwn lungs. Has everything including heart but no lungs
  77. Pleura
    Thin moist membrane that covers the outer surface of the lungs and lines the inner surface of the rib cage
  78. Parietal
    • Relating to the walls of cavity on the outside
    • MT?
  79. Visceral
    • Relating to the internal organs. Inner layer
    • MT?
  80. Diaphragm
    Muscle that seperates the thoracic cavity from abdomen
  81. External respiration
    Act of bringing air inti and out of the lungs and excganging gases from this air
  82. Internal respiration
    Exchange of gases within the cells of the body organs, cells, tissues
  83. Otolaryngologist also known as?
    • ENT physician
    • Full name?
  84. Otolaryngologist
    Physician who specialized training in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders of ear nose and throat and related structures of the head and neck
  85. Pulmonologist
    Physician whi soecializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disirders of the lungs and associated tissues
  86. COPD
    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  87. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Lung disease where it is hard to breath
  88. Chronic bronchitis
    Airways have become inflamedn so an increase number of mucus-producing cells
  89. Emphysema
    Progressive loss of lung function
  90. Asthma
    Chronic allergic disorder characterized by episodes of sever breathing difficulty, ciughing, and wheezing
  91. Bronchospasm
    Contraction of the smooth muscle in the walls of the bronchi and bronchioles tighten and sqeeze the airway shut
  92. Allergic rhinitis commonly known as?
    • Allergy
    • MT
  93. Croup
    Acutr respiratory syndrome in children and infants. Obstruction of the larynx, hoarseness, and a barking cough
  94. Diphtheria
    Acute bacterial infection of the throat and upper respiratory tract
  95. Epistaxis commonly known as?
    • Nose bleed
    • MT?
  96. Epistaxis
    Bleeding from the nose that is usually caused by injury, excessive use of blood thinner, or bleeding disorder
  97. Pharyngitis Commonly known as?
    • Sore throat
    • MT?
  98. Pharyngitis
    • Inflammation of the pharynx
    • MT?
  99. Laryngoplegia
    • Paralysis of the larynx
    • MT?
  100. Laryngospasm
    • Sudden spasmodic closure of the larynx
    • MT?
  101. Aphonia
    • Loss of ability of the larynx to produce normal speech sounds
    • MT?
  102. Dysphonia
    • Any change in vocal quality, or the cracking of a boy's voice during puberty
    • MT?
  103. Laryngitis
    • Inflammation of the larynx
    • MT?
  104. Bronchorrhea
    • Excessive discharge of mucus from the bronchi
    • MT?
  105. Pleurisy
    • Inflammation of the pleura that produce sharp chest pain
    • MT?
  106. Another MT for Pleurisy
    • Pleuritis
    • The other MT?
  107. Pleurodynia
    • Pain the the pleura that occurs in relation to breathing movements
    • MT?
  108. Pneumothorax
    • Accumulation of air in the pleural space causing a pressure imbalance that prevents the lung from fully expanding or can cause it to collapse
    • MT?
  109. Hemothorax
    • Collection of blood in pleural cavity
    • MT?
  110. Hemoptysis
    • Coughing up of blood as a result of a pulmonary or brachial hemmorage
    • MT?
  111. Pyothorax
    • Presence of pus in the pleural cavity btwn layers of the pleural membrane
    • MT?
  112. Atelectasis
    • Collapse of part or all of a lung by blockage of the air passages or by very shallow breathing
    • MT?
  113. Pneumorrhagia
    • Bleeding from the lungs
    • MT?
  114. Pneumonia
    • Serious infection or inflammation of the lungs in which the smallest bronchioles and alveoli fill with pus and other liquid
    • MT?
  115. Tuberculosis
    • Infectious disease which usually attacks the lungs
    • MT?
  116. Aspiration pneumonia
    • Can occur when foreign substance, such as vomit, is inhaled into the lungs
    • MT?
  117. Anthracosis
    • Caused by coal dust in the lungs
    • MT?
  118. Asbestosis
    • Caused by asbestos particles in the lungs and usually occurs after working with asbestos
    • MT?
  119. Eupnea
    • Normal breathing
    • MT?
  120. Apnea
    • Absence of spontaneous respiration
    • MT?
  121. Bradypnea
    • Abnormally slow rate of respiration usually less than 10 breaths per min
    • MT?
  122. Tachypnea
    • Abnormally rapid rate of respiration
    • MT?
  123. Dyspnea also known as?
    • Shortness of breath
    • MT?
  124. Dyspnea
    Difficult or labored breathing
  125. Cheyne-stokes respiration
    • Pattern of alternating periods of hypopnea or apnea folliwed by hyperpnea
    • MT?
  126. Hyperpnea
    • Breathng that is deeper and more rapid than is normal at rest
    • MT?
  127. Hypopnea
    • Shallow or slow respiration
    • MT?
  128. Anoxia
    • Absence of O2 from bodys blood, tissue or gases
    • MT?
  129. Asphyxia
    • Body cant get the air needed for it to function
    • MT?
  130. Asphyxiation also known as?
    • Suffocation
    • MT?
  131. Asphyxiation
    • Interuption of normal breathing leads to asphyxia
    • MT?
  132. Hypercapnia
    • Abnormal buildup of CO2 in the blood
    • MT?
  133. Hypoxemia
    • Below normal level of O2 in the blood
    • MT?
  134. Hypoxia
    Below normal O2 level in tissue and cells
  135. Bronchoscopy
    Visial examination of bronchi using bronchoscope
  136. Laryngoscopy
    Visual examination ofnthe larynx
  137. Polysomnography
    Measures physiological activity during sleep
  138. Antitussive commonly known as?
    • Cough medicine
    • MT?
  139. Pulse oximeter
    • External monitor place on earlobe or finfer to measure O2 saturation level
    • MT?
  140. Sinusitis
    • Inflammation of the sinuses
    • MT?
  141. Nebulizer
    Pumps air or oxy through liquid meds to turn into vapor. Inhaled by pta
  142. Laryngectomy
    • Surgical removal of larynx
    • MT?
  143. Pharyngoplasty
    • Surgical repair of pharynx
    • MT?
  144. Tracheostomy
    • Creation of surgical opening in trachea to insert tube to facilitate air or yake fluid out
    • MT?
  145. Tracheotomy
    • Incision made into trachea
    • MT?
  146. Lobectomy
    • Surgical removal of a lung lobe
    • MT?
  147. Pleurectomy
    • Surgucal removal of part of pleura
    • MT?
  148. Pneumonectomy
    • Surgical removal of part or all of a lung
    • MT?
  149. Thoracentesis
    • Surgical puncture of chest wall to obtain fluid from pleural cavity
    • MT?
  150. Thoracostomy
    • Surgical creation of opening into chest cavity
    • MT?
  151. Br, BR
    • Bronchitis
    • Abbre?
  152. CSB
    • Cheyne-strokes breathing
    • Abbre?
  153. Pno
    • Pneumothorax
    • Abbre?
  154. SAS
    • Sleep apnea syndrom
    • Abbre?
  155. URI
    • Upper respiratory infection
    • Abbre?
  156. CXR
    • Chest x ray
    • Abbre?
  157. SOB
    • Shortness of breath
    • Abbre?

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