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Chapter 5-6

CLAS 1111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Pus, Glycogen, Spasm


Department
Classics
Course Code
CLAS 1111
Professor
Jennifer Mah
Chapter
5-6

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CHAPTER 5 & 6: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM I and II
PARTS OF THE BODY:
COMBINING FORM MEANING COMBINING FORM MEANING
an/o anus ile/o ilium
append/o appendix jejun/o jejenum
bucc/o cheek labi/o lip
cec/o cecum lapar/o abdomen
celi/o belly, abdomen lingu/o tongue
cheil/o lip mandibul/o lower jaw
cholecyst/o gallbladder odont/o tooth
choledoch/o common bile duct or/o mouth
col/o colon palat/o palate
colon/o colon pancreat/o pancrease
dent/i tooth peritone/o peritoneum
duoden/o duodenum pharyng/o throat
enter/o small intestines proct/o anus & rectum
esophag/o esophagus pylor/o pyloric sphincter
faci/o face rect/o rectum
gastr/o stomach sialaden/o salivary gland
gingiv/o gums sigmoid/o sigmoid colon
gloss/o tongue stomat/o mouth
hepat/o liver uvul/o uvula
SUBSTANCES:
COMBINING FORM MEANING COMBINING FORM MEANING
amyl/o starch chlorohydr/o HCL acid
bil/i gall, bile gluc/o sugar
builburin/o biliburin glyc/o sugar
chol/e gall,bile glycogen/o glycogen
COMBINING FORM MEANING COMBINING FORM MEANING
lip/o fat,lipid py/o pus
lith/o stone sial/o saliva
prote/o protein steat/o fat
SUFFIX MEANING SUFFIX MEANING
-ase enzyme -ptysis sptting
-chezia defecation -rrhage bursting forth (blood)
-iasis abnormal condition -rrhagia bursting forth (blood)
-prandial meal -rraphy suture
-ectasis dilation/widening -rrhea flow, discharge
-ectacia dilation/widening -spasm involuntary
contraction of
muscles
-emesis vomiting -stasis stopping
-pepsia digestion -stenosis narrowing/titening
-phagia eating, swallowing -tresia opening
-plasty surgical repair
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