Study Guide part 1 for Medical Terminology (GI)

Know these terms as well as the roots, prefix and sufix within each term.

To best take advantage of this list, make cards that have the following three things: 1. The word on one side of the card.  2. The definition of the whole word on the opposite side. 3. Each of the word parts need to be separated and their definition.

  1. Enterocentesis
  2. Gastrocolic
  3. Enteropexy
  4. Gastrocolitis
  5. Gastrohepatic
  6. Enterology
  7. Enterocele
  8. Gastrolith
  9. Hepatoid
  10. Hepatorrhea
  11. Gastropexy
  12. Gastroplegia
  13. Gastromegaly
  14. Gastrolithiasis
  15. Cholangioma
  16. Choledochoplasty
  17. Cholemesis
  18. Cholecystolithiasis
  19. Cholecyst
  20. Choledochal
  21. Hepatoma
  22. Hepatomegaly
  23. Hepatopathy
  24. Hepatologist
  25. Esophagocele
  26. Esophagomalacia
  27. Esophagotomy
  28. Esophagostenosis
  29. Esophagomycosis
  30. Cirrhosis
  31. Cholangioma
  32. Endoscopy
  33. Cachexia
  34. Viscera
  35. Dysphagia
  36. Bulimia
  37. Endocrine
  38. Dentoid
  39. Laparotomy
  40. Biopsy
  41. Glossal
  42. Fistula
  43. Peristalsis
  44. Gingivectomy
  45. Stomatoplasty
  46. Anastomosis
  47. Jejunostomy
  48. Hernioplasty
  49. Cholecystectomy
  50.   Sublingual
  51. Stomatitis
  52. -osis

 

For Females Only (Sorry Guys)

Hello female students of the Galileo Health Academy.

I know this event is months off, but I have had students participate in it in years past and it was quality, inspiring and by everybody’s account – worth their while. Please read up on this and apply. It is free and worthy of your resume and of your time. Good luck!!!!

Mr. McDowell

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PSA Questions

“Three Question” Assignment

About a week ago you, or someone in your group wrote down three questions and their answers from your PSA research on a Google Doc. These three questions are supposed to be compelling questions that share information about your PSA topic. The answers are not supposed to be obvious. They should teach something about your PSA topic.

The following are examples of a question that are too simple.

What is a depressant?

What is a stimulant?

Everybody knows the answers to these two questions. They are too simple and they do not teach the person being asked the question anything about your PSA topic.

Assignment

  1. Figure out whom in your group wrote the questions and answers down on a Google Doc. You have the tools to complete this task. You have each others contact information.
    1. Learning objective – communication skills, problem solving, perseverance, following instructions.
  1. Title the doc in the following manner.

The period you have your GHA class followed by the last names of your group members then your topic all separated by commas.

For example: 2, Mcdowell, huang, stress management

A. Learning objective – use of technology, following instructions.

  1. Check to make sure questions are appropriate and the answers are present.
    1. Learning objective – Editing, organization, quality control
  1. Share the document with me before Friday at midnight making sure I have editing privileges. My email is mcdowellr@sfusd.edu
    1. Learning objectives – Time management.

Note: If nobody in your group did the assignment, it still needs to be done before Thursday midnight.

 

 

 

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Digestive system Study Guide April

Here is a collection of medical term or medical word parts that you should memorize. It is not a complete list. I don’t know what will be on your test, but I have seen these words come up almost every year. They are from your packet. In addition, you should learn number of teeth in the mouth, parts of the small and large intestine, what the gallbladder does. Also, review your GI Packet. Know these words and break them apart to know the word parts. Make cards for sure.

-osis
Anarexia
Apendectomy
Arophagia
Ascites
Borborygmus
Bucal Mucosa
Bulimia
Cheiloplasty
Cholecyst/o
Cholecystitis
Choledocholithiasis
Choledochotomy
Cholo
Cirrhosis
Cleft Pallet
Colonoscopy
Cystectomy
Cystotomy
Deglutition
Dentalgia
Dentin
Dentures
Diverticulum
Dysphagia
Emesis
Emetic
Emulsification
Entero
Epiglottis
Fecalith
Gastro
Gastrocholenoscopy
Gastroenterologist
Gastrojejunostomy
Gastrotomy
Gigiv/o
Glossectomy
Hematemesis
Hemerhoids
Hepatitis
Hepatoma
Hepatopexy
Hernia
Hypato
Hyper
Hyperbilirubinemia
Hyperglycemia
Insuline
Intussusception
Intussusception
Jaundic
Laperotomy
Larygitis
Lipomo
Lith
Motility
Nausea
Obstipation
Palatoplasty
Parotid Gland
Parts of Stomach
Peristalsis
Peritoneum
Pharynx
Phorrhea
Polyphagia
Py/o
Rectoptosis
Rectum
Sigmoidoscopy
Splenomegaly
Steatorrhea
Stenosis
Sublingual
Uvula
Visceroptosis

 

Cardiovascular Prep Assignment for 3/22 2nd period

You will be working in the library today. There is testing going on at the same time so there can be NO TALKING TODAY – NOT EVEN A LITTLE. If you have a question, ask Mr. Phelps our great librarian.

Gladys is out with the flu today. When she returns, you will be starting the cardiovascular system unit. In preparation for this unit we will be doing the following activities.

  1. Watch the “Anatomy and Physiology of the Circulatory System (Heart)” video and take copious notes. I would like to see diagrams in your notes as well. I will give you an open note test on Friday. You must use your earbuds or the headsets provided by the librarian – because there are people taking a test and they need quiet.
  2. Using the handout and the color markers provided draw arrows to indicate the direction of the flow of blood through each of the chambers and through the various arteries and veins. Use one color for oxygenated blood and another color for deoxygenated blood.
  3. When you are done, check your knowledge. Amongst other other things you should know:
    1. The function of the cardiovascular system.
    2. The flow of blood through the cardiovascular system (direction and color).
    3. The difference between arteries and veins
    4. The names of the blood vessels entering and leaving the heart.
    5. The names of the chambers and valves of the heart.
    6. The names of the layers of the heart tissue.
    7. What causes a myocardial infarction (MI).
  4. By the way, you all did an outstanding job in Sacramento and I think we need to come up with an idea to celebrate our success. The good people at the Heart Association said you guys were the best group ever – not just saying that. Thank you for being wonderful caring human beings.  – Mr. McDowell
  5. Please make today as easy as possible for Mr. Phelps our librarian. Push in chairs, put away computers and headsets, thank him, etc. 

 

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