Ch. 9 terms - cough a Pertussis 4 Process of cutting and...

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Ch. 9. Terms 1. Inflamed mucous membranes in head nose, and throat with heavy membrane discharge (also known as rhinitis) a. Catarrh 2. Inflammation of lining of lung a. Pleurisy 3. Heart stops due to insufficient oxygen a. Asphyxia, asphyxiation 4. Forms false membranes on mucous tissues that is highly communicable a. Diphtheria 5. Inflamed tissue of the throat usually caused by streptococcus bacteria a. Pharyngitis 6. Condition where the windpipe is out, dilated, or expanded a. Bronchiectasis 7. Inflammation of the cavities usually seen along with rhinitis a. Sinusitis 8. The term that means to view or examine the nose a. Rhinoscopy 9. Condition of having footed growths in the nose (two words) a. Nasal polyposis 10. Neoplastic change of epithelial and/or mucosal tissues a. Leukoplakia 1. Inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane caused by allergies, viruses, and bacteria a. Rhinitis 2. Inherited disease of exocrine glands found in the respiratory system, sweat glands and the pancreas (two words) a. Cystic fibrosis 3. Acute infectious disease usually seen in children (also known as whooping
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Unformatted text preview: cough) a. Pertussis 4. Process of cutting and forming a mouth in the windpipe a. Tracheostomy 5. Another term for Darling Disease, a deadly spore producing fungus infection, is: a. Histoplasmosis 6. Throat inflammation a. Pharyngitis 7. Inflammation of membranes lining bronchial tubes a. Bronchitis 8. A condition of mucus membranes where upper horny cells develop excessively (two words) a. Oral keratosis 9. Process of measuring one's breath a. Spirometry 10. Lung inflammation that is especially dangerous to the elderly a. Pneumonia 1. Yeast-like fungus that reproduces by budding found in normal flora of the digestive tract, skin and vagina a. Candidiasis 2. Condition of the respiratory tract caused by inhaled dust (also known as black lung) a. Pneumonoconiosis, pneumoconiosis 3. Inflamed tissue of the throat usually caused by streptococcus bacteria a. Pharyngitis...
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