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  1. Glands that secrete hormones directly into the blood stream
  2. Free from all pathogens
  3. Muscle
  4. Method of sterilization using steam under pressure
  5. Instrument used to scrape material from a cavity
  6. Complete Blood Count
  7. Other than by mouth
  8. Breast bone
  9. Pertaining to the ribs
  10. Right ear
  11. Act of taking in the air
  12. A charge added to existing balance(an increase in asset or decrease of a liability, entered on left hand side of an account)
  13. Tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body
  14. Release of ovum from the ovary
  15. Grain
  16. Physical wasting away due to disease( cancer, AIDS)
  17. Before childbirth
  18. Relieves anxiety
  19. Swelling of one or both kidneys
  20. Both eyes
  21. Money owed to the practice by patients
  22. Pertaining to cartilage
  23. Chemical substance secreted by an endocrine gland
  24. Related to eardrum
  25. Total hip replacement
  26. Against
  27. Kidney Ureters Bladder
  28. Anemia produced due to a lack of vitamin B12
  29. Write it once system
  30. Discharge
  31. Related to joint
  32. Deoxyribonucleic Acid
  33. Yellow pigment
  34. Pertaining to breast
  35. Gland of the male reproductive system that surrounds the urethra
  36. Above normal
  37. To bind, tie together
  38. Food pipe
  39. Nearsighted (can only see things that are near)
  40. Intrauterine device
  41. Natural pacemaker of the heart
  42. Ultrasound of the heart
  43. Related to bone
  44. Hematocrit
  45. A place where patient charges and receipts are recorded each day
  46. Urinary Tract Infection
  47. Painful or lack of function
  48. Suffocation due to lack of oxygen
  49. Male gonad
  50. Benign tumor of the uterine wall
  51. Fluid filled sac found around joints
  52. Sense of smell
  53. Painful urination
  54. Without
  55. Pertaining to lips
  56. Double vision
  57. Upper jaw bone
  58. Fainting
  59. Swallowing
  60. Transferring information from one record to another
  61. Cell
  62. Four times a day
  63. Left ear
  64. Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  65. Rupture
  66. Absence of menstruation
  67. In the neck
  68. Catching, can be transmitted from person to person
  69. Felt in the groin
  70. Paralysis
  71. Increase in RBC count
  72. Pertaining to nails
  73. Urinary bladder
  74. Stone
  75. Stretching, dilation, enlargement
  76. Treatment
  77. Surgical fixation
  78. Related to the ear drum
  79. Under the tongue
  80. Turning the palm forwards
  81. Three times a day
  82. Enlargement of the extremities(hands and feet due to increased growth hormone secretion in adults)
  83. Before
  84. Basic cell of the nervous system
  85. A payment subtracted from existing balance(an increase in liability or a decrease in an asset, a bookkeeping entry reflecting payment by patient on his/her account, always entered on right hand side of the account)
  86. Onset of menstruation
  87. Fungus
  88. Measure taken to avoid conception and pregnancy
  89. Pulse taken at the apex of the heart
  90. Cell required for clotting
  91. Heartburn
  92. Metered dose inhaler
  93. Last menstrual period
  94. Low count
  95. Pertaining to blood vessels
  96. Towards the midline
  97. Organism that lives in or on another organism to derive its food
  98. Building blocks of protein
  99. Pertaining to skin
  100. Less than, inferior, under
  101. Manner of walking
  102. Muscle layer of the heart
  103. Pertaining to the thymus gland
  104. Air or lungs
  105. Abnormal protrusion of the eyeball
  106. Seizure disorder
  107. Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments
  108. Sleep
  109. Pertaining to fever
  110. Used to measure visual acuity
  111. Gray
  112. Prostate specific antigen
  113. Fracture
  114. A sample ( urine, blood, stool, pus, throat swab)
  115. Hip bones
  116. Crooked, bent, stiff
  117. Throat
  118. Master endocrine gland located in the brain
  119. Process of measuring
  120. Smaller bone of the lower leg
  121. Hives
  122. High power field(microscope)
  123. High blood sugar levels
  124. A person named on the check as the receiver of the amount
  125. Fetus is outside the uterus
  126. Surgical removal
  127. Surgical fixation
  128. Paralysis on one side of the body
  129. Employee withholding allowance certificate
  130. Process of recording or picture
  131. Anything of value that is owned by a person or business
  132. Produces calming effect without causing sleep(tranquilizer)
  133. Increase in WBC's
  134. Party responsible for the payment written on the check
  135. Inflammation
  136. Condition resulting from lack of thyroid hormone at birth
  137. Chewing
  138. Abnormal softening
  139. Paralysis from the waist down
  140. Involuntary discharge of urine
  141. Both the ears
  142. Painful or difficulty swallowing
  143. Prevents vomiting relieves nausea
  144. A substance involved in a chemical reaction
  145. Blood in the urine
  146. Quality control
  147. Inflammation/infection of the lungs
  148. Dilates the pupils
  149. Narrowing
  150. Entry into living tissue
  151. Presence of stones
  152. Wind pipe
  153. Middle muscle layer of the uterus
  154. Organ that stores urine
  155. Plasma with the clotting factors removed
  156. Incision and drainage
  157. Smallest pathogen
  158. Pain
  159. Bone of the forearm on the medial side
  160. Breathe
  161. Black colored stools
  162. Complete physical exam
  163. Opacity/cloudy in the lens of the eye
  164. Chronic disease produced due to lack of insulin
  165. Inflammation of the bladder
  166. Moving a body part away from the midline
  167. Decreased production of thyroid hormone
  168. Right eye
  169. Visual Acuity
  170. Picturing or a recordingiik
  171. Signature on the reverse of a check
  172. Before meals
  173. Related to the spinal cord
  174. White
  175. Can be transmitted from person to person
  176. Albumin(protein)in the urine
  177. every hour
  178. Partially digested food in the stomach and small intestine
  179. Scanty
  180. Vitamin D deficiency
  181. Pelvic inflammatory disease
  182. To crush
  183. Red
  184. Knee cap
  185. Tissue
  186. Twice a day
  187. Ratio of the volume of packed red blood cells to that of whole blood
  188. Professional courtesy discounts, write offs, amounts not paid by insurance
  189. Pertaining to the gallbladder
  190. First portion of the small intestine
  191. Abdominal pain
  192. Stone
  193. Slow
  194. Eating or swallowing
  195. Hour of sleep, bedtime
  196. Superficial injury
  197. Pertaining to the uterus
  198. Total knee replacement
  199. Before childbirth
  200. Human Immunodeficiency Virus
  201. Hernia
  202. Pain and suffering
  203. Vagina
  204. Nutrient needed for growth and repair of cells and tissues
  205. Chest
  206. Pertaining to ovaries
  207. Range of motion
  208. Nose bleed
  209. Phenylketonuria( heel puncture done in babies)
  210. Moving a body part towards the midline
  211. Last and longest portion of the small intestine
  212. Cutting or surgical incision
  213. Disease producing microorganism
  214. Ringing in the ears
  215. Condition resulting from excessive growth hormone production in childhood
  216. Pertaining to mouth
  217. Hormone produced by the pancreas gland
  218. Setting free, loosening
  219. Decrease in size or wasting
  220. Surgical repair
  221. Membranes covering the brain and spinal cord
  222. Left eye
  223. Producing sounds by tapping on body surface
  224. A small glass container that has single dose of medication
  225. Drugs that reduce inflammation
  226. Formation of red blood cells
  227. Glucose Tolerance Test( 3hr test used to diagnose diabetes and hypoglycemia)
  228. Increases the excretion of urine
  229. To break
  230. Memory loss
  231. Clotting
  232. Back
  233. Slow breathing
  234. Through the skin
  235. Condition resulting from lack of thyroid hormone in adults
  236. Bent
  237. Female gonad
  238. Low blood sugar levels
  239. Bluish discoloration of the skin
  240. Normal breathing
  241. Undescended testis
  242. Pertaining to the liver
  243. Pertaining to rectum
  244. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
  245. Muscle of breathing
  246. Lower jaw bone
  247. Pertaining to testes
  248. Escape of fluid into the thoracic cavity
  249. A sexually transmitted disease
  250. Surgical repair
  251. Related to the brain
  252. Decrease in WBC count
  253. Space between two neurons
  254. Do not repeat, no refill
  255. Female hormone produced by the ovaries
  256. Counteracts poisons
  257. Red blood cell
  258. Instrument used to widen an opening
  259. Towards the side
  260. Sweetened liquid medicine
  261. Pertaining to the nose
  262. Thigh bone
  263. Vaccine information sheet
  264. Dilated veins that occur in anal canal
  265. Two
  266. Vitamin C deficiency
  267. Differential count(different types of WBC's)
  268. Pertaining to the small intestine
  269. Hunchback
  270. Collection of pus
  271. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (urine test for pregnancy)
  272. Microorganism that can grow in the absence of oxygen
  273. Clotting time
  274. Kidney stones
  275. Functional unit of the kidneys
  276. Method of growing microorganisms from a sample
  277. Shoulder blade
  278. Tiny finger like projections
  279. Turning the palm backward
  280. Fasting blood sugar
  281. Between the cheek and gums
  282. Inflammation of the sciatic nerve
  283. Breakdown of RBC's
  284. Paralysis from the neck down
  285. Accumulation of air in the pleural cavity
  286. Inner lining of the uterus
  287. Air sacs in the lungs where exchange of gases
  288. Packed Cell Volume
  289. Excessive production of thyroid hormone
  290. Whooping cough
  291. Muscle at the front of the thigh
  292. Absence of breathing
  293. Many
  294. Anti microbial agent that is applied to non-living objects to destroy microorganisms
  295. Pertaining to the kidneys
  296. Tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder
  297. Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the peritoneal cavity
  298. Swelling
  299. Pertaining to eyelids
  300. Is a person who has no symptoms of the disease but can still transmit it to others
  301. A sac occurring in the wall of the colon
  302. Destruction, breaking down
  303. Vomiting blood
  304. Front or belly side
  305. Method of examination using hands or fingers
  306. Pain in the urinary bladder
  307. Wage and tax statement
  308. Permanent cessation of menstruation
  309. Kidney disease
  310. Decrease in platelet count
  311. Shin bone
  312. Inflammation of the kidneys
  313. Excessive hunger
  314. To make something germ free by cleaning
  315. Enlargement of the thyroid gland
  316. A sexually transmitted disease
  317. Scanty urination
  318. Inflammation of the renal pelvis
  319. Instrument used to grasp tissue
  320. Protrusion of a part or whole of a organ into another organ
  321. Temperature pulse respiration
  322. Prevents or delays blood clotting (ex. Coumadin/warfarin)
  323. To listen for sounds produced by the body
  324. Nothing by mouth
  325. A small cash fund readily available for minor office expenses
  326. Medication administered on top of the skin
  327. Acute pain in kidney area caused by blockage due to stones
  328. Vomiting
  329. Free of all microorganisms
  330. Inability to control the flow of urine
  331. Postprandial blood sugar
  332. Making observation
  333. Fast breathing
  334. Inflammation of the nasal mucosa
  335. Skull
  336. Difficulty breathing
  337. Abnormal band of tissue narrowing a body passage
  338. Pertaining to the kidneys
  339. Yellowish discoloration of the skin
  340. Pertaining to nails
  341. A liquid preparation which mixes fine droplets of oil in water
  342. Bones of the wrist
  343. Clumping together of cells
  344. Tail bone
  345. Study of
  346. Urinalysis
  347. Cheek bone
  348. Hormone produced by the adrenal gland
  349. Presence of glucose or sugar in the urine
  350. Measure of acidity or alkalinity
  351. Creating a surgical opening
  352. Pertaining to nose
  353. Bones of the hand
  354. Urination
  355. Disease,suffering
  356. Personal Protective Equipment
  357. Butterfly or H-shaped gland located in the neck
  358. Painful cramps during menstruation
  359. Highly resistant form of bacteria
  360. Without fever
  361. Dilation and curettage
  362. Entrance to the uterus
  363. Dilates the blood vessels
  364. Injury to the muscle or tendon
  365. Way of delivering medication by inhalation
  366. Pertaining to glomerulus
  367. Subjective Objective Assessment Plan
  368. Fibrous tissue connecting muscle to the bone
  369. Sweating
  370. Before
  371. Oil
  372. Breathing possible only on sitting or standing position
  373. Cut
  374. Instrument used to spin a sample
  375. Black
  376. Muscle at the back of the thigh
  377. After meals
  378. Sex gland
  379. Microorganism that needs oxygen to grow
  380. Blue
  381. Is passage of a sterile tube(through the urethra) into the bladder
  382. Digestive juice produced in the liver
  383. Surgical suturing
  384. Underarm or armpit
  385. Collar bone
  386. Specialist in kidney disorders
  387. To bend a body part
  388. Enlargement of the liver
  389. Lower most portion of the sternum
  390. Difference between debit and credit
  391. Pertaining to the fallopian tubes
  392. Fever
  393. A small glass/plastic tube that contains multiple doses of medication
  394. Fibrous connective tissue that connects one bone to another
  395. Bones of the foot
  396. Childbirth or labor
  397. Well, good, normal
  398. Bones of the fingers and toes
  399. Inflammation of the fallopian tubes
  400. Inhibits growth of bacteria or kills the bacteria
  401. After childbirth
  402. 24 hour ECG
  403. Pregnant
  404. Electrocardiogram
  405. Cerebrospinal fluid
  406. Inflammation of the gums
  407. Iron containing pigment in RBC's(carries oxygen)
  408. Inflammation of the bronchial walls
  409. An agent that destroys micro organisms on living tissue
  410. Act of breathing out
  411. Dry
  412. Fast
  413. Used to shock the heart back into normal rhythm
  414. To straighten a body part
  415. Bone of the forearm on the thumb side
  416. Lens of the eye
  417. Pertaining to the eye or sight or vision
  418. Instrument used to cut
  419. Fertilized egg
  420. Drug that relieves pain
  421. Excessive thirst
  422. Hidden, obscure, not easily visible
  423. Biopsy
  424. Towards the lower part of the body
  425. Pertaining to large intestine
  426. Drop, drops
  427. as desired, as much as needed
  428. Below normal
  429. Lack of hemoglobin or decrease in oxygen carrying capacity of the blood
  430. Relieves allergies
  431. Discharging heavily
  432. Torn or jagged wound
  433. Using freezing temperature to destroy tissue
  434. Pertaining to
  435. Middle portion of the small intestine
  436. Pertaining to the stomach
  437. Intravenous pyelography
  438. Male hormone secreted by the testes
  439. Membrane covering the lungs
  440. Above, over
  441. Genetic disorder due to abnormal hemoglobin shape
  442. After
  443. Cerebrovascular accident(stroke)
  444. Taking small tissue for examination
  445. Voice box
  446. Movement
  447. Speech
  448. Inflammation of the meninges
  449. Partial thromboplastin time(clotting time)
  450. Bone of the upper arm
  451. Produces sleep
  452. Nerve pain
  453. Process by which an object or area becomes unclean
  454. Anemia caused due to bone marrow failure to produce all cells including RBC's
  455. Abnormal hardening
  456. Glands that secrete substances through a duct
  457. Skin Prick Test(scratch test - used for allergy testing)
  458. Intradermal TB test
  459. Platelet
  460. Pus
  461. Inflammation of the pleura
  462. As needed
  463. Provide energy needs of the body
  464. Abnormal shortening of a muscle
  465. Drug that reduces fever
  466. Neutralizes acidity (tums, pepto)
  467. Presence of protein in the urine
  468. Blood Urea Nitrogen
  469. Lid like structure that closes the windpipe
  470. Excessive urination
  471. Excessive fluid in the body
  472. Fraudulent signature
  473. Inflammation of the liver
  474. Skull
  475. A sharp instrument used to obtain capillary blood sample
  476. Instrument used to stop bleeding
  477. Non sufficient funds
  478. Felt in the back of the knee
  479. Half
  480. Unwanted activity on ECG
  481. Money owed to others but not yet paid
  482. Discharge
  483. Narrows or constricts the blood vessels
  484. Bladder
  485. immediately
  486. Pertaining to tears
  487. Wave like muscular movement seen in hollow structure
  488. Increased excretion of urine
  489. Pertaining to ears
  490. Bile duct
  491. Measuring oxygen saturation in blood
  492. Injury to ligament
  493. Itching
  494. Loss of appetite
  495. Absense of urine
  496. Abnormal passage between two internal organs
  497. Accumulation of blood in the pleural cavity
  498. Inflammation of the gallbladder
  499. Intermittent muscular spasms(hypocalcium)
  500. Inflammation of the glomerulus
  501. Pertaining to renal pelvis
  502. Noun ending
  503. Bones of the ankle
  504. Towards the head
  505. Drooping
  506. Enlargement
  507. Abnormal condition
  508. Visual examination of the urinary bladder using a cystoscope
  509. Ear wax
  510. Drug that relieves cough
  511. Coughing blood
  512. Lack of oxygen
  513. Blood, blood condition
  514. Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate
  515. A formal record of a transaction
  516. Dilates the bronchi (in the lungs)
  517. One-half
  518. Membrane surrounding the heart
  519. Creating an opening in the trachea