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CWI Med Term Chapters 4-5 and 17 prefix & suffixes

-in a substance
-or person or thing that produces or does
-atic pertaining to
-ator person or thing that produces or does
-centesis procedure to puncture
-ectasis condition of dilation
-isy condition of inflammation or infection
-meter instrument used to measure
-metry process of measuring
-pnea breathing
-ptysis abnormal condition of coughing up
-spasm sudden, involuntary muscle contraction
-thorax thorax, chest
em- in
ex- out, away from
in- in,within, not
pan- all
-ature system composed of
-ole small thing
-ory having the function of
-ule small thing
-ent pertaining to
-plasty process of reshaping by surgery
-tic pertaining to
-tome instrument used to cut, area with distinct edges
supra- above
-oid resembling
-ety condition, state
-lalia abnormal condition of speach
-mania condition of frenzy
-phile person who is attracted to or is fond of
Created by: Kirkbauer