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What is emesis?

vomiting

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What is the term for red blood cell?

erythrocyte

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Definition of diagnosis

the state of complete knowledge

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Term for paleness

palor

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suffix for pain

-algia

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prefix meaning bad or difficult

dys-

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definition of

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-ectomy

removal of an anatomical structure

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Term meaning excessive or above normal

hyper-

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definition of hypo-

less than normal

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suffix meaning inflammation

-itis

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-osis

abnormal condition

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-Ostomy

surgically create an opening

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suffix for cutting into

-otomy

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Plasty

surgical repair

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-rrhage

abnormal flow, excessive

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-rrhaphy

suture

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-rrhea

flow or discharge

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-rrhexis

rupture

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-scleriosis

hardening

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Abdominocentesis:

removing fluid from abdominal cavity

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abdomino-

abdominal

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-centesis

puncturing

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acronym

a way to shorten something

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acute

having rapid onset; not chronic

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angiography

x-ray of blood or lymphatic vessels

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appendectomy

surgical removal of the appendix

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arteriosclerosis

hardening of arteries

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arteri/o

artery

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arthralgia

pain in the joints

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What is a surgical opening in the colon?

colostomy

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What is bluish gray skin?

cyanosis

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dermatologist

specialist in treatment of skin

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A motion requires a ________ to be considered.

second

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a motion requires a second unless the motions is behalf a _____________.

committe

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Accorddign to Robert`s Rules of Orders, what are the types of motions?

  1. Main motions

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  1. Secondary Motions

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  1. Privileged Motions

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  1. subsidiary Motions

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  1. Incidental Motions

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Ad hoc committe

special committee

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adjourn

to close a meeting

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amend

change a motion

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amendments

these are used to change or improve a motion

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amphiarthosis

slightly immovable articulation

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anatomy

the study of the body

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angio

blood vessel

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angioplasty

surgical repair of blood vessels

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ante, pre, pro

before

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anti

against

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antihypertensive drug

drug class that treats hypertension

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Anton Van Leeuwenhoek

discovered protozoa (animalcules), improved the microscope, and laid foundation for microbiology

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aorta

largest artery in the body

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aortic valve

located between the left ventricle & the aorta

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AP

apical pulse

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Aplastic Anemia (Bone marrow Aplasia)

rare condition in which the body stops producing enough new blood cells due to bone marrow damage

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Appeal from the Decision of the Chair

Debatable, not amendable, majority

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Appendicular skeleton

forms the extremities & is composed of the shoulder gridle, arm bones, pelvic girdle, & leg bones

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arrhythmia

term for abnormal heart rhythms

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arteries

muscular and elastic blood vessel that carries oxygenated blood away from the heart

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arteri/o

artery

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artrioles

a small branch of an artery leading to capillaries

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Arteriosclerosis

hardening or thickening of the arterial walls resulting in a loss of elasticity

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Arthro

joint

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ASA

acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin)

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ASAP

As Soon As Possible

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What is the suffix -ase used to denote?

Enzyme

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ASHD

Ateriosclerotic Heart disease

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Associative Director

Karen Koeninger

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Atherosclerosis

Occurs when fatty plagues are deposited on the walls of the arteries

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Athlete`s foot

What is the contagious fungal infection that usually affects the feet

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Atria

the upper 2 chambers of the heart

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Atrioventricular node

A group of nerve cells located between the artia & venticles that sends the electrical impulse through the bundle of his

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audit

an examination of final records

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ax, Ax

axilla

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Axial Skeleton

Forms the main trunk of the body and is composed of the skull, spinal column, ribs, & sternum; division of the skeleton that protects the major organs of the nervous, respiratory, & circulatory system

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How to say yes in parliamentary procedure?

aye (I)

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What is a ballot?

a written form used in voting; a method of voting; a list of candidates for office

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What are basophils?

White blood cells that promote the inflammatory response

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Medical abbreviation for Barium Enema

BE, be

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What is Atropa Belladonna and its uses?

a drug prepared from the leaves and roots of deadly nightshade; contains atropine; uses: treats Parkinson's symptoms, and stomach pains

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Benjamin Franklin's inventions

bifocals, flexible catheter

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Medical prefix for two or both

Bi-

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abbreviation for twice daily

BID, bid

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The term bio means..

life

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what does BKA stand for?

below knee amputation

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Medical term for eyelid

Blephar-o

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What carries nutrients and oxygen to the body cells and carries metabolic waste away from cells?

blood

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BM

bowel movement

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BP

blood pressure

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BR

bed rest

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Brady

slow

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bronch

bronchus

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BRP

bathroom priveldge

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BS

blood sugar

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BSC

bedside commode

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What is the medical term for cheek?

Buccal

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What does the medical abbreviation BUN stand for? What organ does it test?

blood, uria, nitrogen; tests kidneys

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bundle of his (atrioventricular bundle)

bundle of cardiac fibers that conduct electrical impulses from AV node to the septum

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bursitis

inflammation of the bursa, small fluid-filled sacs surrounding the joints

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