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Tonsil a tonsil is lymphatic tissue in the pharynx

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85. Tonsil. A tonsil is lymphatic tissue in the pharynx, the others are parts of the nose. 86. Sinus. A sinus is a cavity or channel; the others are parts of the larynx. 87. Asthma. Asthma is a chronic breathing problem caused by allergy and other factors, the others are infectious diseases. 88. URI. URI is an abbreviation for “upper respiratory infection”, the others are abbreviations for lobes of the lung. 89. RDS. RDS is respiratory distress syndrome; the others are breathing volumes or capacities Word building —————————————————————— 90. Aphonia 91. Hypercapnia 92. Dysphonia 93. Hyperpnea 94. Oximetry 95. Dyspnea 96. Hypoxia 97. Eupnea 98. Tachypnea 99. Hyperphonia
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Word analysis —————————————————————— 100. Device for measuring air flow a. Air b. Rapid, swift c. Measure 101. Incomplete expansion of the alveoli a. Incomplete b. Expansion, dilation 102. Presence of air or gas in a blood vessel of the heart a. Air, gas b. Heart c. Condition of 103. Respiratory disease caused by inhalation of dust particles a. Lung b. Dust c. Condition of Chapter 12 Labeling exercise
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The digestive system———————————————— 1. Mouth 2. Pharynx 3. Esophagus 4. Stomach 5. Duodenum (of small intestine) 6. Small intestine 7. Cecum 8. Ascending colon 9. Transverse colon 10. Descending colon 11. Sigmoid colon 12. Rectum 13. Anus 14. Parotid salivary gland 15. Sublingual salivary gland 16. Submandibular salivary gland 17. Liver (cut) 18. Gallbladder 19. Pancreas Accessory organs of digestion———————————— 1. Liver 2. Common hepatic duct 3. Gallbladder 4. Cystic duct 5. Common bile duct 6. Pancreas 7. Pancreatic duct 8. Duodenum 9. Spleen 10. Diaphragm
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Terminology Matching —————————————————— 1. d (Hypoglossal) 2. c (substance that induces vomiting) 3. b (pertaining to the gum) 4. e (absence of the jaw) 5. a (pertaining to the cheek) 6. c (organic catalyst) 7. a (tooth decay) 8. d (terminal portion of the small intestine) 9. b (wave like muscular contractions) 10. e (jaundice) 11. b (pertaining to the common bile duct)12. c (crushing of a biliary calculus) 13. d (dilatation of a bile duct) 14. e (white patches on a mucous membrane) 15. a (a type of liver disease) 16. c (belching) 17. a (part of the stomach near the esophagus) 18. d (lack of hydrochloric acid in the stomach) 19. e (a mass, as of food) 20. b (chewing) 21. d (feeding through a tube) 22. b (tooth grinding) 23. a (swallowing) 24. c (malnutrition and wasting) 25. e (partially digested food) 26. c (agent that relieves or prevents gas) 27. a (agent that controls loose watery stools)
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28. e (agent that relieves or prevents nausea and vomiting) 29. b (agent that relieves heartburn, counteracts acidity) 30. d (agent that relieves spasm) Fill in the blanks —————————————————————- 31. Bariatric surgery 32. Cecum 33. Liver 34. Gallbladder 35. Peritoneum 36. Tongue 37. Palate 38. Tooth 39. Cheek 40. Intestine 41. Liver 42. Bile 43. Hiatal hernia 44. Dysphagia 45. Stomach acid Definition ———————————————————————— 46. Hepatomegaly
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