Flashcards in Pathology master for test #2 Deck (99)
Prefix meaning through.
A term used to designate two diseases, diabetes insipidus and diabetes mellitus, each having the symptom of polyuria in common.
The term denoting the naming of the disease or syndrome; to recognize the nature of the disease.
The condition of the heart being enlarged occurring normally, artificially, or as a result of disease.
A double bacillus, two being linked end to end to each other.
A genus of bacteria that are gram-positive organisms occurring in pairs. Also called streptococcus.
A chemical or physical agent that kills disease-causing microorganisms generally used on inanimate objects.
The destruction of infectious agents by chemical or physical means directly applied to an inanimate object.
The presence of a number of diverticula of the intestine.
Resistant, as in bacteria, to the action of a drug or drugs.
Condition that results when the body part that dies had little blood and remains aseptic and occurs when the arteries but not the veins are obstructed.
Dry Gangrene (ischemic necrosis)
Prefix meaning difficult.
Abnormal development of tissue.
Small, non-elevated hemorrhagic patch; extravasation of blood into a tissue. (another name for a bruise).
Suffix meaning dilate.
Suffix meaning removal of.
Displaced; not in the normal place, for example, extrauterine pregnancy.
The implantation of the fertilized ovum in a site other than the normal one in the uterine cavity.
Abnormal accumulation of fluids in tissue or body cavities.
Excessive wasting away of the body.
Free floating object in the bloodstream.
Obstruction of a blood vessel by free floating object in the bloodstream.
Suffix meaning vomit.
Suffix meaning blood.
Pus in the pleural cavity.
Prefix meaning in.
Inflammation of the brain.
A disease that is continuously present in a community.