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8 Invented the stethoscope: (a) Albert Schweitzer (b) Friedrich von Helmholtz (c) Rene Laennec (d) Beatrice Arthur 9 If a prenatal diagnosis was obtained via ultrasonography : (a) A pregnant lady had her abdomen examined by high-frequency sound waves (b) Disturbed memory of a senile patient was cured by auscultation (c) Severe morbidity in an unborn child was identi ed by careful uoroscopic probing of the uterus (YOU-ter-us) or womb (d) The patient had a severely depressed functioning of her lymphatic organs 10 An x-ray taken of just a thin section or slice through the body is most appropriately called a: (a) Sonogram (b) Radiography (c) Roentgenogram (d) CAT scan
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Several key facts were tagged with numbered icons in the page margins of this chapter Write a short summary of each of these key facts into a numbered cell or compartment within the appropriate type of Memory Pillbox that appears below Background and History Pillboxes for 5:
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Answers for 5 Summary Tables
FOR SUMMARY TABLE 51
1 2 3 4 5 condition of not serving pertaining to guarding against presence of a clear spring water cell process of cell eating referring to clear spring water
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FOR SUMMARY TABLE 52
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a condition of knowledge through presence of (something) sudden in ammation of the nose presence of a running before condition of knowledge before a process of striking a process of listening an instrument used to examine the chest a process of recording sounds beyond study of causes
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(A) Chronic refers to disease of long duration, while acute refers to one of short duration (B) Cephalitis means in ammation of the head
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Terms Related to Disorders of the Cells and Body Tissues
Two very similar words cell and cellular (SELL-you-lar) are used to identify the tiny chambers or little boxes that represent the lowest living level of body organization ANATOMY DEMYSTIFIED brought in the concept of the ancient Egyptian pyramid (see Page 119) as an organizing superstructure to help us frame the various levels of anatomy (body structure) Back in 5, several speci c examples of living body cells were mentioned You may recall that these were the lymphocytes, plasma cells, and macrophages Now, in 6, we will begin dissecting the cell level of body organization (anatomy) in much greater depth Rising above it, we shall also analyze the tissue level And we will employ the majestic Great Body Pyramid, composed of stacked horizontal levels, as our organizing frame of reference
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Disorders of Cells and Tissues
Background and History
Figure 61 (A) shows that nine different levels (I to IX) of body organization subdivide the total study of anatomy At the broad base of the Great Body Pyramid lie the smaller and simpler levels As we proceed toward the top, the various types of body structures contained within these horizontal levels become increasingly larger and more complex Figure 61 (B) reveals the idea that each horizontal level of body organization is like a grid containing a series of square fact-cells (In this book, we have visualized each level as a pillbox that holds a number of Memory Pills representing key text facts) Figure 62 provides the names for each of these nine different levels of body organization Starting at the broad base of the Great Body Pyramid, we have subatomic (sub-ah-TAH-mik) particles, which exist below (sub-) the level of the individual atom And rising above the atoms are the molecules (MAHleh-kyools), then the organelles (or-gah-NELS), and above them the cells Figure 62 calls this cell level the Life-line The Pyramid rises above the cell to include the tissues, organs, organ systems, and nally, the organism our entire human body!
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