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Body Systems Flipbook

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Integumentary systemMusculoskeletalNervousSpecial sensesCardiovascularRespiratoryDigestiveUrinaryReproductive

Integumentary (Day 1)Function-Protection, regulation and sensationderm/o or dermat/o- relating to skinkerat/o- keratinxer/o- dryxanth/o-yellowerythr/o-redpedicu/o-footonych-fingernail/toenailmyc/o-funguspil/o-hairlip/o-fatrhytid/o-wrinklealbin/o-pale skin

Integumentary ContinuedEsthetician-Usually in a spa, can help enhance skin featuresDermatologist-Diagnose and treat skin conditions.Cancer - Cells abnormally divide and in this case most likely skin cells.Lupus- Inflammatory disease commonly called butterfly rash, where the immune system attacks icold sores- Herpes simplex virus attacks the outside of the lipsVitiligo- The loss of skin pigment in some areas causing blotchy skin coloring. Table of Contents

Musculoskeletal (Day 2)Function-It supports the body, which allows for movement, and protects vital organs. my/o- muscle myel/o- bone marrow oste/o- bone cost/o- rib crani/o-skull -pexy- fixation chondr/o-cartilage arthr/o-joint -plegia- paralysis kinesi/o- movement

Musculoskeletal Continued Osteoporosis-too much calcium causes density loss which causes them to be easily fractured. Bursitis- small closed sac with lubricating fluid. Carpal tunnel- overuse of wrist may cause tingling or loss of grip in fingers (especially the thumb Cerebral Palsy- Impaired muscle coordination typically caused by brain damage Orthopedics- medication to heal, correct any musculoskeletal injuries. Physical Therapist- Helps rehabilitate injured patients. Table of Contents

Nervous (Day 3)Function- The nervous system is used to communicate to the rest of the body using electrical signals.neur/o-pertaining to a nerve or nerves in the nervous systemencephal/o- brainmyel/o- spinal cordambul/o- walking-esthesia- sensationmening/o- membrane covering the spinal cord and brainpsych/o- mindconcuss/o- shaken together

Nervous ContinuedAmyotrophic lateral sclerosis- a disease of the nerve cells of the brain and spinal cord that controAlzheimers- Alzheimer's disease is a disease also called dementia that affects the memory of theMigraine- A migraine headache is a common type of headache that occurs with symptoms such asMunchausen syndrome- a person who has a disease or illness and tries to draw attention to themDyslexia- Dyslexia is a learning disorder marked by impairment of the ability to recognize and coAnesthesiologist- a medical doctor who administers in anesthetics during surgeries.Neurologist- someone who studies the nerves of the body Table of Contents

Special Senses (Day 4)Function- Senses that allow you to interpret the world and respond correctlyirid/o- iris-cusis-hearing-iopia-visionot/o- eartympan/o- tympanic membrane (eardrum)opthalm/o- eye-metry- Measure

Special Senses ContinuedAllergist- Helps diagnose allergiesOptician- Helps diagnose vision and prescribe sunglasses, glasses, and contactsMyopia- NearsightednessConjunctivitis- Pink eyeStrabismus- When eyes do not move or focus togetherGlaucoma-A condition of increased intraocular pressure caused by an excessive amount of aqueou Table of Contents

Cardiovascular (Day 5) Function- Provide body with oxygen and help dispose of nutrients cardi/o- heart angi/o- vessel (blood) hem/o, hemat/o Brady- slow Tachy- fast thromb/o- clot -emia- blood condition leuk/o-white erythr/o- red arteri/o- artery Table of Contents

Cardiovascular ContinuedMurmur- abnormal swishing sound caused by improper closure of the heart valvesAneurysm- a weakness in the wall of an arteryCoronary thrombosis- a blocking of an artery by a blood clot in the coronary circulationMyocarditis- inflammation of the muscle of the heartCardiologist- Studies to help combat diseases relating to the heartEMT/Paramedic- helps in emergencies to help resuscitate Table of Contents

Respiratory (Day 6)Function- system of organ that allow us to take in oxygen and let out carbon dioxide.bronch/o- Bronchus Haemoptysis- Coughing up of blood from the lungs, usually bright red andcyan/o-blue Asphyxia- Suffocation caused by an obstruction or lack of oxygenlaryng/o- larynx Pleurisy- Inflammation of the pleura, producing fluid-oxia- oxygenation (oxygen) Pneumonia- Inflammation of the lungsOxy- presence of oxygen athletic trainers (ATs)- usually works with a physician who specializes in sports medicine. Prevent andpleur/o- pleura treat athletic injuries and provide rehab services to athletes.pneum/o- lung Respiratory therapy technicians (RTTs)- basic diagnostic tests, record informationpulmon/o-lungthorac/ot- chest/ thoraxtrache/o- trachea

Respiratory Continued Table of Contents

Digestive (Day 7)Function- breakdown of food into small molecules, which are then absorbed into the bodycholecyst/o- gallbladderenter/o- intestinescol/o, colon/o- colonhepat/o- livergastr/o- stomachor/o- mouth-pepsia- digestionchol/e- bileproct/o- anus and rectum

Digestive ContinuedHeartburn- Acid reflux burning sensationGastroenteritis- Inflammation of mucous membrane lining of the stomach and intestineUlcer- Sore or lesion that forms in the lining of the stomachAppendicitis- When appendix becomes inflamed, and when ruptured can spread bacteriaDietitian- Professional trained to assess nutrition status and recommendappropriate diet therapy.Gastroenterologist- a physician who specializes in diseases of the gastrointestinaltract Table of Contents

Urinary (Day 8)Function- remove liquid waste from the blood in the form of urine; keep a stable balance of salts and othersubstances in the blood-cele-tumor, hemia, cavity Urology-provide urinary management-lysis-destruction Nephrologists- provide medical management to patients with kidney diseasecyst/o-bladder Dysuria- difficulty or pain in passing urinenephr/o-kidney Enuresis- bedwettingren/o-kidney Glomerulonephritis- any group of kidney diseases involving the glomeruli-uria-urine Glycosuria-presence of glucose in the urine-pexy-fixation-ectasis-dilationpyel/o-pelvis or kidney

Urinary Continued Table of Contents

Reproductive (Day 9)Function- The female reproductive system has functions to produce egg cells, and to protect and nourish theoffspring until birth. The male reproductive system produces and places sperm.cervic/o- cervix Chlamydia- a sexually transmitted infection caused by bacteriasalping/o- uterus fibroid tumors- benign muscle tumors in the uterusov/o- egg genital warts- human papillomanirus sexullay transmitted diseaseorchid/o- testis pelvic inflammatory disease(PID)- inflammation of the female pelvic orgaoophor/o- ovarymen/o- menstruation Gynecologist- Diseases of the female reproductive systemmamm/o- breast Obstetrician-Pregnancy and Childbirthgynec/o-womancolp/o-vaginaprostat/o- prostate gland

Reproductive Continued Table of Contents

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