Medical Terminology and Coding Chapter 9 Terminology Study Guide LARGE

Medical Terminology and Coding Chapter 9 Terminology Study Guide LARGE

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Chapter 9: Digestive System Terminology Study Guide 1. The second portion of the small intestine is the _________________. 2. Bile is produced in the _________________. 3. The first section of the large intestine is the _________________. 4. The structure(s) joining the pharynx to the stomach is (are) the _________________. 5. The small pouch attached to the cecum is the _________________. 6. The sphincter muscle at the end of the digestive tract is the _________________. 7. The small, saclike structure that stores bile is the _________________. 8. The organ located behind the stomach that helps digest all types of food and secretes insulin for carbohydrate metabolism is the _________________. 9. The combining form that means mouth is _________________. 10. The combining form celi/o is defined as _________________. 11. A combining form for tongue is _________________. 12. The combining form for intestines is _________________. 13. The combining form for rectum is _________________. 14. The combining form cec/o is defined as the _________________. 15. The combining form for gall, bile is _________________.
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Medical Terminology and Coding Chapter 9 Terminology Study Guide LARGE

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