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Unformatted text preview: Gastrointestinal System 1. ANATOMICAL TERMS: (Matching terms) . uvula a. little grapelike structure hanging above root of tongue. 1 2- CSOPhagus b. tube carrying food from pharynx to stomach 3. cardiac sphincter c. cul de sac first part of large intestine 4- leiunum d. empty second portion of small intestine 5 . cecum e. lower esophageal circular muscle 1. ileum a. lower gateway of stomach that opens onto duodenum 2. ilium b. jarlike dilation of rectum just before anal canal 3. appendix c. worm-shaped attachment at blind end of cecum 4. rectal ampulla d. bone on flank of pelvis 5. pyloric sphincter e. lowest part of small intestine a. serous membrane stretched around abdominal cavity b. inner layer of peritoneum c. outer layer of peritoneum (1. first part of small intestine (12 fingers) e. double fold of peritoneum attached to stomach . peritoneum . omentum duodenum . parietal peritoneum . visceral peritoneum «newton!» 1. sigmoid colon a. below the ribs' cartilage 2. bucca b. cheek 3. hypochondriac c. s-shaped lowest part of large intestine above rectum 4. hypogastric d. below the stomach 5. colon e. lare intestine from cecum to anal canal 2. SYMPTOMATIC AND DIAGNOSTIC TERMS: (Matching terms) . anorexia a. bad breath . aphagia b. inflamed liver . hepatomegaly c. inability to swallow . hepatitis . d. enlarged liver . halitosis e. loss of appetite . eructation a. excess reddish pigment in blood . icterus b. liquid stools . hyperbilirubinemia c. vomiting blood . hematemesis d. belching . diarrhea e. jaundice . steatorrhea a. narrowing of orifice between stomach and duodenum . melena b. mumps . arotitis c. inflammation of stomach and small intestine P . pyloric stenosis d. black tarry feces . gastroenteritis e. fatty stool . ileitis 3. tumors with pedicels . colitis b. twisting of bowel causing obstruction . diverticulitis ~ c. inflammation of large intestine . volvulus d. inflammation of third portion of small intestine 5. polyposis e. inflamed side pocket in wall of colon 3. MATCH THESE TERMS 1. Cecal 2. Celiac 3. Celiotorny 4. Cecitis 5. Cheilitis 6. Enteritis 7. Celioma 8. Cecotomy 9. Celiomyositis 10. Cecocolopexy 11. Cholemesis 12. Cholelithiasis .13. Coloplication cholecystomy . choledochectasia . biliary calculus . cholecystostomy choledochal . colonorrhagia colocentesis coloenteritis 9. cheiloschisis 10. cheilorrhaphy 11. colitis 12. duodenitis 1. 2 3 4 5. 6 7. 8. . surgical repair of lip accumulation of fluid in peritoneum incision into lowest part of stomach pertaining to small intestine and liver 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. presence of calculi 1n gallbladder 10. bile in urine 11. located behind throat to stomach tube 12. occurring after inflammation of liver 13. occurring after jaundice 1. puncture of serous membrane surrounding abdominal cav1 . salivary tumor . swallowing air and saliva . inflammation of a salivary duct . abnormal narrowing of lowest part of stomach . inflammation of abdominal muscle biting one' s own lips incision into salivary gland 9. diminished digestive breakdown of fat 10. fungal infection of lips 11. located behind rectal orifice 12 inflammation of mouth ooflChm-AUJN ‘ty creation of opening between small intestine and gallbladder creation of opening between lst and 3rd parts of small intestine creation of opening between lst and 2nd parts of small intestine creation of artificial anus by fixation of intestine to abdominal wall a. inflammation of small intestine b. abdominal tumor c. incision into the lst part of large intestine d. inflammation of abdominal muscles e. pertaining to 1st part of large intestine f. abdominal g. incision into abdomen h. inflammation of lip i. inflammation of lst part of large intestine j. fixation of large intestine k. presence of calculi in bile ducts l. vomiting bile m. folding of large intestine a. incision into gallbladder b. pertaining to the common bile duct c. suture of a cleft lip d. cleft lip e. inflammation of large and small intestine f. puncture of 2nd part of large intestine g. sudden discharge of blood from large intestine h. inflammation of large intestine i. inflammation of lst part of small intestine j. dilation of common bile duct 1:. creation of opening into gallbladder l. cholelith a. biliuria b. cholecystolithiasis c. colopexostomy d. duodenocystostomy e. duodenohepatic f. duodenoileostomy g. duodenojejunostomy h. labioplasty i. pylorotomy j. ascites k. postesophageal l. posthepatitic m. posticteric a. pylorostenosis b. sialoangitis c. sialoaerophagy d. sialoncus e. peritoneocentesis f. hyposteatolysis g. labiomycosis h. postanal .l- stomatitis j. celiomyositis k. cheilophagia l. sialoadenotomy ...
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