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Unit 9

Suffix and Perfix

Dors- near or on the back
Ventr- near or on the belly side of the body
Anter- toward the front or in front of
Poster- following or located behind
Cephal- upward, toward the head
Caud- downward, toward the tail
Medi- toward the midline
Later- toward the side, away from the midline
Super- above
Infer- below
Proxim- near the point of origin
Dist- away from the point of origin
Sagitt- vertical, anteroposterior direction or plane divieing into left and right
Coron- resembling a crown or encircling
-ad toward
Omphal- naval
Caud- toward the tail
Pro- before or in front of
Dia- through or throughout
Chrom- color
-phil attracted to or loves
Eu- well or easy
-tocia labor
than death
enter- small intestine
col- large intestine
-stasis act or condition of stopping or controlling
-cyesis pregnancy
pseudo- false
viscer- organ
pariet- wall
ecto- exo- (greek) outer-outside
Endo- inner-inside
meso- middle
retro- backward-behind
para- near
Created by: morgan19