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16 A good professional to seek out for help with schizophrenia: (a) Neurosurgeon (b) Physiatrist (c) Neurologist (d) Pharmacologist (e) Psychiatrist 17 A spinal cord transection refers to: (a) A cut made all the way across and through the cord (b) An operation to remove a spinal tumor (c) Surgical repair of the cerebellum (d) Proprioception alone (e) An operation involving slicing through the cerebral cortex 18 A mixed gland: (a) Thyroid (b) Pineal (c) Trachea (d) Pancreas (e) Sebaceous 19 Someone with blepharitis would be suffering from in ammation associated with what particular body structure (a) Tear gland (b) Lens of the eye (c) Eyelid (d) Optic nerve (e) Auricle 20 A network of rods and cones on the back of the eyeball: (a) Retina (b) Optic chiasm (c) Cornea (d) Iris (e) Pupil 21 Cousin George s eyeball is abnormally short! Therefore, he probably suffers from: (a) Hyperopia (b) Retinal detachment
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(c) Myopia (d) Iriditis (e) Conjunctival fusion 22 The / is a snail shell present within the inner ear (a) Cochle/ar (b) Stape/s (c) Cochle/a (d) Mito/chondrion (e) Nas/al 23 In the word, intraocular, the root is: (a) Intra (b) In (c) Ular (d) Ocular (e) Ocul 24 Ophthalmoscopic (ahf-thal-mah-SKAHP-ik) literally translates as: (a) Relating to an instrument used to examine the ear (b) Presence of a device employed for food foraging (c) Pertaining to a scope that scoops up blackheads (d) Referring to an instrument used to examine the eye (e) The process of removing the eyeball using a special scope 25 Otitis media represents: (a) A defect in visual refraction (b) Special types of bacteria infecting the middle ear cavity (c) Conditions of near-blindness due to aging lenses (d) Cataractous eyeballs, but without glaucoma (e) A process of hardening of the three auditory ossicles
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Welcome to Life in the Land Down Under !
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CHAPTER
Terms Related to Disorders of the Digestive Tract
This nal unit of our study takes us to the Land Down Under ! No, we don t mean Australia! We are referring to the digestive (die-JES-tiv) system (here in 12) and the genitourinary (jen-ih-toh-UR-ih-nair-ee) system ( 13)
Background and History
The digestive system is also called the digestive tube or tract This tube extends from the mouth (oral cavity) all the way down to the anus (AY-nus) (View Figure 121) The anus is literally the small, muscular ring (an) present (-us) at the terminal end of the digestive tube/tract
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Fig 121 The digestive tube and its general functions
THE FIVE MAJOR FUNCTIONS OF THE DIGESTIVE TRACT
The word, digest (die-JEST), comes from the Latin for separate, carry apart, or dissolve Digestive therefore pertains to (-ive) carrying apart It should be no surprise that one of the major functions of this tube is digestion (die-JES-chun) This word literally means the process of (-ion) carrying or breaking apart (digest) food Digestion begins very soon after ingestion (in-JES-chun), which carries (food) in (ingest) The process of digestion begins in the mouth, where the food is chewed and mixed with spit or saliva (sah-LIE-vah) An ingested (in-JES-ted) ham sandwich, for instance, quickly becomes a food bolus (BOH-lus) This soft ball (bol ) is digested into small fragments of nutrients (such as glucose and other simple carbohydrates) These tiny nutrient particles then undergo absorption Absorption is the movement of material from the lumen (light space) of the digestive tube into the bloodstream By the process of absorption, then, ingested glucose molecules that used to be part of the bread in a ham sandwich eventually move out of the digestive tract and become blood glucose molecules Besides ingestion, digestion, and absorption, a fourth major function associated with the digestive tract is secretion Figure 121 shows that there are several
Disorders of Digestive Tract
accessory (ak-SESS-or-ee) digestive organs that add secretions to the digestive tube lumen These include the salivary (SAH-lih-vair-ee) glands, liver, pancreas, and cholecyst (KOH-leh-sist) or gall (chole) bladder (cyst) It is the salivary glands, of course, that secrete the sticky saliva into the oral cavity Finally, the last major function of the digestive tube is called egestion (ee-JESchun) or defecation (deh-feh-KAY-shun) Egestion is the process of (-ion) carrying (gest) waste matter out (e-) of the anus Its synonym, defecation, is the process of (-tion) releasing feces (FEE-sees) from (de-) the anus Summarizing the above info yields: + Digestion + Absorption GENERAL DIGESTIVE = Ingestion + Secretion + Egestion (defecation) TRACT FUNCTIONS
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