Grey’s Anatomy Medical Terms

GCS (Glasgow Coma Scale)
Coma Severity (higher the better)

asystolic
without heartbeat

multinucleate cell angiohistiocytomum
minor sarcoma

benign systolic ejection murmur
goes away with age

Doppler

deep venous thrombosis

IBC filter

BEO and encriatan elevation

phlameleonephritis

EKG

ECHO

Tetrology affirmed lower pulmonary artresia

ICP

craniotomy

trans-ventricular repair

right ventriculostomy

Jack Kevorkian

Appendectomy
1. open
2. identify
3. ligate
4. irrigate
5. close

peritoneum

secum, purse strings

Diazpepam

Prazepam

Phenobarbital

anoxia

chronic renal failure

acidosis

ceteal lesion

aneurysm

spinal tap

cerebachnoid hemorrhage

ABG

chest film

common causes of post-op fever
5 W’s
1. Wind
2. Water
3. Wound
4. Walking
5. Wonder Drugs
usually wind, splinting, pneumonia

pulmonary embolus
diagnosis: Spiral CT, VQ scan, provide O2, dose with Heparin, and consult for an IVC filter

atropine

Phenytoin

PRBCs (packed red blood cells)
transfusion

hemipelvectomy

colostomy

chordotomy

Whipple/Pancreatic Duodectomy

MRI

CT

C-arms

hematochezia

melena

afebrile

ERCP

stent and brush biopsy

vertiginous

orthostasis

prostatetectomy

jaundice

gamma or cyberknife treatment

coronary artery bypass

crit

Dyskinesia

bolus injection

intraspinal catheter

hemidiaphragm

spinal canal

DBS

perfuse

CVP

myocardial ischemia

tamponade

wide complex rhythm

bradying down

PEA

sternotomy

bronchoscopy

peritoneal signs

Coude catheter

Foley catheter

laparoscopy

gastric bypass

abscess

edema

diazepam

tourniquet

conscious sedation

hemopneumothorax

Rasmussen’s encephalitis

hemispherectomy

bovie

resection

CBC

left temporal lobectomy

short gut syndrome

pressors

amnioterone

Von Willebrand’s disease

nucleus pulposus

mitral regurge

AVM

spinal hematoma

thoracic laminae

diazoxide

Autonomic dysreflexia

agonal

cystoscopy

ascites

paracentesis

peritoneal cavity

blind vas deferens

cancomycin

hemachromatosis

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Skeletal System The bony framework on which the body is built. Purpose is to provide structural support for the body, work with the muscles to maintain body posture and produce movement, and protect the body’s internal organs. Skeletomuscular System (Musculoskeletal …

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