Exam 6 Lecture 3 - 13:06 Exam6Lecture3:

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13:06 Exam 6 Lecture 3: An abnormal side pocket in the intestines usually related to a lack of dietary  fiber is: o Diverticulum – L. devertere – to turn aside o Polyp – Gr. – polypous – many footed o Polypous is octopus in Greek o Platypus – platy (foot) pus (mouth) o Platyopic – broad face o Platyglossal – pertaining to someone who has a broad tongue Pous, Podos: o Podiatrist (someone who treats feet) o Arthropod (insect who’s appendages are jointed) o Cephalopod (insect who’s head is jointed) o Homoiopodal (pertaining to the same appendage with two axons) Peptic Ulcer – L. ulcus – sore, wound N.B. helic/o – spiral, helix – helicobacter pylori (bacteria of the gatekeeper  from stomach to small intestine), helicopter (spyrical wing), helicoid  (resembling spiral shape) Fistula – L. fistula – pipe Plumbea Fistula o Plumb/o (L. plumbum = lead) Plumbic (pertaining to lead), plumber (one 
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This note was uploaded on 07/18/2011 for the course CC 306 taught by Professor Doig during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Exam 6 Lecture 3 - 13:06 Exam6Lecture3:

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