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Discussion board hints
Discussion Board Hints

It’s time to start citing your information.

If you are not doing it already!

  • If you are using a written source for the info in your posts, please give it credit at the end of your post.

  • Remember to post at least 3 times!

  • Follow APA format


Unit 4 review
Unit 4 Review

Chapter 6 & 7 Review


Chapter 6 the urinary system
Chapter 6: The Urinary System

Combining Forms

Cyst/o , vesic/o = bladder or sac

Glomerul/o = glomerulus

Meat/o = meatus (opening)

Nephr/o, ren/o = kidney

Hydr/o = water

Lith/o = stone, calculus

Noct/I = night

Pyel/o = renal pelvis


Chapter 6 the urinary system1
Chapter 6: The Urinary System

Combining Forms

Ureter/o = ureter

Urethr/o = urethra

Albumin/o = albumin

Azot/o = urea, nitrogen

Blast/o = developing cell, germ cell

Olig/o = scamty, few

Son/o = sound

Tom/o = cut, section

Urin/o, ur/o = urine, urinary tract

Glycl/o, glycos/o = sugar


Chapter 6 the urinary system2
Chapter 6: The Urinary System

Suffixes

-iasis, -esis = condition

-gram = record, radiographic image

-lysis = loosening, dissolution, separating

-megaly = enlargement

-uria = urine, urination

-ptosis = drooping, prolapse

-rrhaphy = suturing, repairing

-tripsy = surgical crushing

-trophy = nourishment, development


Chapter 6 the urinary system3
Chapter 6: The Urinary System

Analyzing

Medical Terms

Cyst/itis

Cyst/o/cele

Cyst/o/lith

Glomerul/o/nephr/it is

Hydr/o/mephr/o/sis

Nephr/o/blast/oma

Nephr/o/megaly

Urem/ia

Ureter/o/cele

Ureter/o/stenosis

Poly/cyst/ic


Chapter 7 male reproductive system
Chapter 7: Male Reproductive System

Balan/o = glans penis

Epididym/o = epididymis

Orchid/o, orchi/o,

Test/o = testis, testicle

Prostat/o = prostate gland

Andr/o = male

Suffixes

-ism = state of

  • Combining Forms

Vas/o = vessel, duct

Vesicul/o = seminal vesicle

Sperm/o, spermat/o = spermatozoa


Chapter 7 male reproductive system1
Chapter 7: Male Reproductive System

Analyzing

Medical Terms

An/orch/ism

Crypt/orchid/ism

Prostat/itis

Prostat/o/lith

Balan/o/plasty

Epididym/ectomy

Orchid/o/pexy

Vas/ectomy

Andr/o/pathy


Abbreviations
Abbreviations

Chapter 6

BUN blood urea nitrogen

Cath catheter

ESWL extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy

HD hemodialysis

IVP intravenous pyelogram

IVU intravenous urogram

SG specific gravity

UA Urinalysis

UTI urinary tract infection

VCUG voiding cystourethrogram


Abbreviations1
Abbreviations

Chapter 7

AIDS acquired immunodeficiency syndrome

BPH benign prostatic hyperplasia

DRE digital rectal examination

ED erectile dysfunction

HIV human immunodeficiency virus

HPV human papillomavirus

PSA prostate-specific antigen

RP radical prostatectomy

STD sexually transmitted disease

TUIP transurethral incision of the prostate

TUMT transurethral microwave thermotherapy

TURP transurethral resection of the prostate


True or false
True or False?

1. Spermatozoa are produced by the testes.


Answer true
Answer: True

The spermatozoa are produced by the testes.


True or false1
True or False?

2. Anorchism means scanty sperm.


Answer false
Answer: False

Oligospermia means scanty sperm

Anorchism means absence of testes


True or false2
True or False?

3. Prostatitis is a stone in the prostate gland.


Answer false1
Answer: False

Prostatolith is a stone in the prostate gland.

Prostatitis means inflammation of the prostate gland.


True or false3
True or False?

4. Inflammation of the bladder & prostate gland is termed prostatocystitis.


Answer true1
Answer: True

Inflammation of the bladder and prostate gland is termed prostatocystitis.


True or false4
True or False?

5. TURP is used to treat an enlarged prostate.


Answer true2
Answer: True

TURP (Trans Urethral Resection of the Prostate gland) is used to treat enlarged prostate glands.


  • Unit 5 Project

  • This project allows you to show your mastery of medical terminology and abbreviations.

  • Directions:

  • There are four sections in to the Unit 5 Project. Each section is worth 25 points. You may use your text, medical dictionaries or web resources to assist you in your med term search.

  • Section One - Supply the correct prefix.

  • Section Two -Supply several word roots, and then to “translate” from the patient to the health care professional.

  • Sections Three - Supply the correct suffix or word root.

  • Section Four - Proofread a short medical report and then identify and correct misspellings or misuse of medical terminology.


Project 5 is due next week
Project 5 is due next week!

How to Label Your Work:

  • Please label your projects: username-project-unit#.doc.

  • Questions ?

  • Great job!


Section 1: Supply the prefix

1.     Within, (--cellular, --cranial);  ____________________ 2.     Painful, abnormal, difficult, labored (--trophy, --pnea) ;_____________ 3.     Three, (--glyceride);  ________________ 4.     After, (-traumatic stress, --nasal drip); ________________ 5.     Below, incomplete,  deficient, (--tonic, --tension); _______________ 6.     Beside, beyond, around, abnormal, (--thyroid, --lysis); ____________ 7.     Absence of, without; ______________________________ 8.     Through, across, beyond,  ( -dermal, -plant); ____________________ 9.     Many, much,  ( -neuritis, -dipsia);  __________________________ 10.  Normal, good, (-pnea); ____________________________________


  • Inpatient Progress Report

  • Attending Physician: Morales, Javier

  • Patient: Sally Romper

  • DOT: 03/01/19XX

  • CHIEF COMPLAINT: Sally Romper is a 53-year-old woman who was admitted to the hospital for recurrent chest pain.

  • HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: This patient has a long history of stable angina pectoralis. She had a positive treadmill stress test in 2006. A Thallium exam in 2006 showed reversible ischemae. In May 2007 she underwent cataract surgery, and during her postoperative care she developed severe chest pain. An EMG at the time showed ischemic ST changes in the anterior leads. Subsequent canary angiography revealed a 90% focal stenoma left anterior descending coronary atria. The patient then underwent angioplasty of this lesion. The 90% stenosis was dialted to a 20% stenosis. The patient had an uncomplicated course.

  • Over the last 10 dailys the patient has had at least five episodes of chest pain, all relieved by rest or a single nitroglycerin table. She had an episode yesterday while gardening, which lasted almost 5 minutes before subsiding after a second nitroglycerin tablet. She went to her cardiology office yesterday. An electrocardiograph (EEG) was performed, which showed marked anterior T-wave inversion in the anterior leads and she was immediately sent to this hospital for further evaluation. Atherogenic risk factor for her age includes hypercholesterolemia and hypertension; she also smokes one pack of cigarettes per day. She is not a diabetic. Her family history reveals a brother who has had a coronary artery hypass graft.

  • Small arterial calcification is present.

  • PHYSICAL EXAM: On exam today, blood pressure is 138/86. She has tachycardia with a pulse of 120. She is no acute distress. Her plugs are clear and she has regular rhythm without a murmur. There is no edema or distention of neck veins.

  • CURRENT MEDICATIONS:

  • Lovastatin 20 mg with evening meal

  • Enalapril 20 my bid

  • Nifedpine 10 mg tid

  • Nitroglycerin 0.4 mg sublingual prn.

  • PLAN: Cardiac catheterization with possible coronary stent if necessary. Serial ECGs Creatine Phosphokinase and troponin will be obtained to rule out myocardial infarction.


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