Medical Terminology 2

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Condition of pus in the plueral cavity
Destruction of red blood cells
Liquid portion of blood
Under activity of thyroid
Formation of red blood cells
Normal functioning of the thyroid gland
Irregular contractions of the atria and ventricles
Study of cells
Instrument to listen to sounds within the chest
Abnormally swollen and twisted veins in the legs
Smallest branches of bronchi
Region between the lungs in the chest cavity
Gland behind the stomach
Hypersecretion of growth hormone leading to abnormal overgrowth
Pertaining to destruction of cells
Controlling or stopping the flow of blood
Inflammation of the tubes that lead to the trachea over a long period of time
Any irregularity in the shape of red blood cells
Increases cell metabolism
Organ that produces estrogen and progesterone
Insufficeint secretion of antidiuretic hormone
Gland in the middle of the chest
Placement of a tube through the mouth into the pharynx, larynx, and trachea to establish an airway
Excessive carbon dioxide in the blood
Lid-like piece of cartilage that covers the voice box
An extra heat sound heard between normal beats
Incision of a vein
HintMedical Term
Local widening of an artery
Lack of all types of blood cells due to lack of development of bone marrow cells
Immature bone marrow cells
Difficult breathing
Removal of adrenal gland
Endoscope inserted into the bronchial tubes
Lack or resistance of insulin secretion in promoting sugar, starch, and fat metabolism in cells
Prepares uterus for pregnancy
Malignant neoplasm of bone marrow
Cell that eats or swallows other cells
Increase in number of small red blood cells
Substance that prevents clotting
Organ that produces insulin
Air containing cavities in the bones around the nose
Branches of the windpipe that lead to lungs
Excessive bleeding caused by a hereditary gene
Deficiency in numbers of red blood cells
Inherited disease in which thick mucous secretions lead to airway obstruction
Posterior side of the thyroid gland
Inability of the heat to pump its required amount of blood
Malignant neoplasm originating in the lung or bronchus
Voice box
Surgical procedure to remove fluid from the pleural space
Variation in size of red blood cells
Deficiency of oxygen
Collections of lymph tissue in the oropharynx
Dwarfism caused by deficiency of pituitary hormones
HintMedical Term
Below the brain
Oxygen containing protein in red blood cells
Air sacs of the lung
Chronic inflammatory disorder characterized by airway obstruction
On either side of the trachea
Glands above each kidney
Abnormal shape of erythrocytes
Enlargment of the extremities caused by hypersecretion of the anterior pituitary after puberty
Acute infection of the throat caused by the diptheria bacterium
Removal of a gland
Hormone that regulates blood sugar levels
Gland that produces epinephrine and norepinephrine
Membrane that lines each lung
Thrombus in a lower limb vein
Blockage of the arteries surrounding the heart leading to ischemia
Excessive production of hormones by the testes or ovaries
Increase in numbers of large red blood cells
Major surgical incision of the chest
Hormone that increases blood sugar
Infectious disease marked by increased numbers of mononuclear leukocytes
Collection of lymph tissue in nasopharynx
Spitting up blood
Hyperinflation of the air sacs with destruction of alveolar walls
Increase heart rate and blood pressure
Hormones produced by the testes in males
Blood in the pleural cavity

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