Med Terms 6+11

Med Terms 6+11

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Laparotomy Incision into the abdominal cavity
Ureteritis Inflammation of a ureter
Gingivitis Inflammation of the gums
Nephroma Tumor of the kidney
Nephroptosis Drooping kidney
Nephrectomy Excision of the kidney
Gastroplasty Surgical repair of the stomach
Pancreatitis Inflammation of the pancreas
Herniorrhaphy Suturing of a hernia
Cystectomy Excision of the bladder
Cystolith Stones in the bladder
Sialolith Stone in the salivary gland
Nephrolithiasis Condition of stone in the kidney
Cystorrhaphy Suturing of the bladder
Nephritis Inflammation of a kidney
Ureterostomy Creation of an artificial opening into the ureter
Cystogram Radiographic image of the bladder
Polyuria Much(excessive)urine
Oliguria Scanty urine(amount)
Dysuria Difficult or painful urination
Pyloroplasty Surgical repair of the pylorus
Colonoscopy Visual examination of the colon
Laparoscopy Visual examination of the abdominal cavity.
Proctologist Physician who studies and treats diseases of the rectum
Hematemesis Vomiting of blood
Gastroenteritis Inflammation of the stomach and intestines
Cyst/o Bladder
Nephr/o Kidney
Hemi Half
Lith/o Stone
Tripsy Surgical crushing
Ptosis Drooping, sagging, prolapse
Ureter/o Ureter
Urethr/o Urethra
Urethroscope Instrument used for visual examination of the urethra
Cath Catheterization,catheter
BUN Blood urea nitrogen
UA Urinalysis
UTI Urinary tract infection
IVP Intravenous pyelogram
Enter/o Intestine (small intestine)
Gastr/o Stomach
Cheil/o Lip
Cholangi/o Bile duct
Gloss/o Tongue
Pepsia Digestion
BE Barium enema
IBS Irritable bowel syndrome
GERD Gastroesophageal reflux disease
N&V Nausea and vomiting
UGI Upper gastrointestinal
Hepat/o Liver
An/o Anus

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