Hca 220 Appendix G

Appendix G
Building a Medical Vocabulary Ch. 6, 7, & 14   Complete activities A, B, & C.   A. Use the word bank below to build the medical word that corresponds to each definition in problems 1-17. Word parts may be used more than once. Click the grey box to begin typing.   1. Normal immature cell Normoblast   2. Process of forming blood Hematopoiesis
3. A substance that forms red blood cells Erythropoietin
4. White blood cells     Leukocyte         5. Immature cell in the bone marrow     Myoblast
6. Process of cells eating microorganism’s     Phagocytosis
7. Cessation of bleeding     Hemostasis 8. A structure above the cellular level     Epithelium
9. A fibrous protein substance   Keratin       10. A cell that produces black pigment   Melanocyte
11. Produces fibers that hold together     Collagen
12. Full of fat     Adipose
13. Fat cell     Lipocyte   14. Pertaining to sebum     Sebaceous
15. Pertaining to the body as a whole     Systematic
16. Condition of staying the same (balance)     Homeostasis  
17. Substance that regulates calcium   Calcitonion
B. Define the following words or word parts.   -phil   Fondness for
-ity state or condition
-gen that which produces
pro- Before
-cle Small thing
-ose Full of
exo-away from
para-abnormal, beside
syn-together C. In this activity, break the medical word into its word parts. Using the word parts, create a definition of the word. Write a sentence using the word in a medical context. Use the table to record your answers. Polymorphonucleated- Composed of many shapes of nucleuses.
Looking through my powerful microscope, I observed that the white blood cells in question were more than slightly polymorphonucleated.
Agranulocytes- Without granulocyte cells
The doctor did a test on the patient and found that there was a problem with the patient agranulocytes.
Immunoglobulin- An antibody that plays critical role immunity.
There are five classes of immunoglobulin that the...