11-9-09 gastrointestinal system

11-9-09 gastrointestinal system - Gastrointestinal system A...

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Unformatted text preview: 11-9-09Gastrointestinal system A) Combining Forms•Abdomin/oabdomenabdominocentisis- puncture for aspiration of the abdomen- paracentesis- stick a needle in you and drain out fluid •Celi/oabdomenceliac- pertaining to abdomenceliosalpingectomy- excision of the fallopian tube- the excision is in the abdomen and you take out the fallopian tube•Lapar/oabdomenlaparosalpingotomy- same thinglaparocele- tumor, swelling, or hernia of the abdomen- with abdomen it means hernia- hernia of abdomen•An/oanusanoscope- instrument used to looking in anusanostosis- condition of the bone•Appendic/oappendixappendicectasis- to stretch out the appendix•Bil/Ibilebiligenic- origin or something that produce bile •Chol/ebilecholelithiasis- condition of stones in the bile and the gall bladdercholangiogastrostomy- hole from bile duct (bile vessel) to the stomach •Bucc/ocheek/mouthbuccal- pertaining to mouth or cheek•Cheil/olipcheilophagia- chewing on your lipcheiloplasty- reconstruction of the lip •Labi/oliplabiochorea- lips are in spasm- looks like they are dancing•Col/o, colon/ocoloncolopexostomy- making another anus for someonecolonscopy- tube up anus •Cyst/obladder or saccholocystectomy- removal of the gall bladder•Dent/iteethdentifrice- anything used to clean teeth dentinoclast- (clast- to break something up)- to break up the hard portion of the tooth •Doch/oductcholedochotomy- incision into bile duct•Duoden/oduodenumduodenal- •Enter/osmall intestineenterocele- tumor of small intestine•Esophagealesophagus•Gastr/ostomachgastrodidymus- (didymus- twin)- twin joined at stomach •Gingiv/ogum•Gloss/otongueankyloglossia- tongue tied •Lingu/otonguelinguoclination- (ation- process or condition)- condition where the teeth are leaning towards the tongue •Hepat/oliverhepatocolic- pertaining to the liver and colon•Hepatic/oliverhepatocholangiocystoduodenostomy- making a mouth from the bile duct (comes from liver) and going through gall bladder that connects to the duodenum•Herni/oherniaherniolaparoptomy- incision through stomach creating a hernia •Ile/oileumilea- plural of ileumileus- obstruction in the intestine •Inguin/ogroininguinocrurual- (crural- leg (L. ) or thigh)- pertaining to groin or thigh •Jejun/ojejunum (empty)jejunojejunostomy- connecting one jejunum part and another jejunum part •Lith/ostonelithotripsy- stone crushing- grinding of stones- breaking them down•Or/omouth•Stomat/omouthstomatognathic- (gnath- jaw)•Peritone/operitoneumperitoneoscopy- (what goes around the stomach)•Phag/oeat, swallowphagodynamometer- how hard someone chews or bites•Proct/oanus and rectumproctococcypexia- sewing the anus to the coccyx •Pylor/opyloruspyloric stenosis- narrowing of the pylorus(gate keeper)•Rect/orectumrectosigmoid- pertaining to area between the rectum and the sigmoid portion of the intestine...
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2009 for the course CC 306M taught by Professor Doig during the Fall '06 term at University of Texas.

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