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Row 1, Col 1 System includes heart and blood vessels. What is Circulatory?
1,2 System that includes kidneys, ureters, and bladder. What is Urinary ?
1,3 System includes tendons, And muscles. What is Muscular ?
1,4 System includes Spleen Tonsils, Thymus and lymph nodes. What is Lymphatic ?
2,1 Ovaries and Testes are part Of these 2 systems. What are reproductive & endocrine?
2,2 Function is communication By secreting hormones into The bloodstream. What is endocrine?
2,3 System that clears the blood Of waste products. What is Urinary ?
2,4 System that permits gas exchange And regulates blood pH. What is respiratory?
3,1 Functions include regulation of Temperature, protection, And sensorystimuli. What is Integumentary?
3,2 What specialist cares for renal (kidney) diseases. What is a nephrologist ?
3,3 Specialist who take care of A gastric (stomach) ulcer. What is gastroenterologist?
3,4 Doctor who cares for Someone who had a CVA. What is neurologist?
4,1 A specialist who cares for Someone w/ bronchitis or pneumonia. What is a pulmonologist or respiratory therapist?
4,2 The specialist who repairs A fractured carpal. What is an orthopedic surgeon?
4,3 A specialist who would treat Acne, rosacea or psoriasis. What is a dermatologist?
4,4 Name the specialist a woman Sees for a pap test. What is a gynecologist?
5,1 Procedure when a friend or Relative donates a kidney or liver lobe to a pt. What is Living donor transplant?
5,2 What type of transplant Occurs when the donor organ is from a person who’s brain dead. What is Cadaver transplant?
5,3 Type of organ replacement when Another species is used for the Organ or tissue. What is a Xenotransplant?
5,4 Kidney dialysis and a heart-lung Machine are... What is short-term /artificial organs?
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Integumentary system Protective covering Sensory input Temperature control ORGANS Cutaneous membrane Epidermis, dermis Hair folliclesHairs, sebaceous glands.
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