#1. acid - any substance that can yield a hydrogen ion (H+) or hydronium ion when dissolved in water; releases H+ proton #2. base - substance that can yield a hydroxyl ion (OH-); accepts H+ proton...
Pmborton|4 years ago|±0|25 views
#1. cancer - autonomous growth of tissue #2. neoplasm - solid mass or tumor #3. oncogenes - promote proliferation of normal cells #4. tumor-suppressor genes - counter-balance of oncogenes #5. tumo...
Pmborton|3 months ago|±0|2 views
#1. a, an - without #2. anti - against #3. brady - slow #4. contra - against #5. de - remove, loss of #6. dys - difficult #7. hyper - excessive #8. hypo - below, insufficient #9. mal - bad, p...
Jesscia8899|11 years ago|±0|25 views
Origins and Insertions of the Shoulder
#1. Infraspinatus - O: infraspinatus of scapula I: greater tubercle of humerus #2. Subscapularis - O: subscapular fossa I: lesser tuberosity of humerus #3. Teres Minor - O: auxillary bord...
klbennett99|4 years ago|±0|7 views
#1. Sternoclavicular Joint - 6 movements & range of motion - Motion: Protraction Moves anteriorly 15° Retraction Moves posteriorly 15° Elevation Moves superiorly 45° Depression Moves inferiorly 5...
KKBlack|5 years ago|±0|34 views
#1. a-, an- - without, not, lack of #2. ab- - away from #3. ad- - to, toward, near #4. ante- - before, forward, in front of #5. anti- - against #6. auto- - self #7. bi- - double, two, twice #8....
emstheword|8 years ago|+1|59 views
#1. The three joints of the shoulder girdle - Sternoclavicular (SC), acromioclavicular (AC), scapulothoracic #2. Shoulder girdle movement - Movements of the shoulder girdle can be described as movem...
KKBlack|5 years ago|±0|30 views
I got skills! ...I mean scales.... *must be above 18 to use these I believe*
brclancy|10 years ago|±0|406 views
#1. Why are safety standards necessary - to regulate material durability, protective equipment maintenance, repair and replacement #2. Who is liable for injuries caused by defective equipment - Ma...
UrbanaAT|7 years ago|±0|22 views
Common Pharmacy Abbreviations
#1. ad - right ear #2. as - left ear #3. au - both ears #4. AAA - apply to affected area #5. APP - apply #6. IM - intramuscular #7. IV - intravenous #8. IVP - intravenous push #9. inj - injec...
jingle|11 years ago|+2|394 views
Medizinische Parasitologie (in German)
General Introduction into parasites that are of medical importance. The questions include how such parasites are obtained, how they are detected and what types of prophylaxes exist against them.
Katarina_Milanovic|3 years ago|±0|25 views