Adenocarcinoma cancerous tumor composed of glandular

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adenocarcinoma <==> cancerous tumor composed of glandular tissue neuroma <==> tumor made up of nerve (benign) sarcoma <==> tumor composed of connective tissue rhabdomyoma <==> tumor of striated muscle neoplasm <==> new growth lipoma <==> tumor containing fat leiomyoma <==> tumor of smooth muscle leiomyosarcoma <==> malignant tumor of smooth muscle adenoma <==> tumor compsed of glandular tissue cancerous <==> pertaining to cancer erythrocyt e <==> red blood cell carcinogen <==> substance that causes cancer
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cytoplasm <==> cell substance cyanosis <==> abnormal condition of blue dysplasia <==> abnormal development oncogenic <==> causing tumors anter/o <==> front ventr/o <==> belly (front) super/o <==> above caud/o <==> tail (downward) proxim/o <==> near (the point of reference) cephal/o <==> head (upward) poster/o <==> back, behind infer/o <==> below later/o <==> side medi/o <==> middle frontal or coronal <==> vertical field pasing through the body side to side, dividing the body into anterior and posterior portions sagittal <==> vertical field running through the body from front to back, dividing the body into right and left halves transverse <==> horizontal field dividing the body into upper and lower portions Fill in blank Inflammation of the liver Disease of the bone and joint Pertaining to under the liver Disease of the joint Pertaining to within the vein Inflammation of the bone Inflammation of the joint Pertaining to the liver
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Define eti/o Define path/o Define lei/o Define gno/o Define rhabd/o Define somat/o Define latr/o Define xanthochromic Define pathogenic Define visceral Define lipoid Define myopathy Define karyoplasm Define iatrology Dx is an abbbrevation for? RBC is an abbreviation for? Px is an abbreviation for? Ant is the abbreviation for? LUQ is the abbreviation for? AP is the abbreviation for? Sup is the abbreviation for?
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  • Spring '14
  • Gorman,MaryAnne
  • Malignant tumor

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