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an/o anus
appendic/o appendix
bucc/o cheek (facial)
chol/e, bil/i gall, bile
cholecyst/o gallbladder
col/o, colon/o colon
dent/o, odont/o teeth
donto- tooth
duoden/o duodenum
enter/o small intestine
esophag/o esophagus
gastr/o stomach
gingiv/o gums
gloss/o- tongue
hepat/o liver
labi/o, cheil/o lip
lingu/o, gloss/o tongue
lip/o, steat/o fat, lipids
pancreat/o pancreas
pharyng/o pharynx, throat
proct/o anus, rectum
rect/o rectum
sial/o saliva
stomat/o mouth
tonsill/o tonsil
-ectomy surgical removal
-ist a specialist
-itis inflammation
-lithiasis calculus or stone
-logy science or study of
-lytic destruction or breakdown
-megaly enlargement
-orrhaphy surgical fixation or suturing
-ostomy creation of an artificial opening
-phagia Eating, swallowing
-plasty repair
-plegia paralysis
-prandal meal
-rrhaphy suturing in place
-scope instrument for examining
-spasm sudden involuntary muscle contraction
-tomy cutting, incision
-tresia opening
labiogingival concerning the lips and gums
labiodental concerning the lips and teeth
labioglossopharyngeal concerning the lips, tongue, and pharynx
stomatogastric concerning the stomach and mouth
stomatalgia mouth pain
stomatitis inflammation of the mouth
stomatorrhagia bleeding of mouth or gums
stomatoplasty surgical repair of the mouth
stomatologist specialist of the mouth
gingivalgia pain in the gums
gingivectomy excision of the gums
gingivitis inflammation of the gums
dentitis inflammation of the teeth
dentist specialist of teeth
orthodontist specialist of straight teeth
anodontia absence of teeth
megalogastria excessive size of the stomach
microgastria unusual smallness of stomach
gastromalacia softening of stomach walls
gastralgia stomach pain
gastrectomy removal of all or part of the stomach
enteralgia pain in the intestines
enterectomy excision of a portion of the intestines
enterotomy incision of the intestine
hepatalgia liver pain
hepatectomy removal of all or part of the liver
hepaticoduodenostomy making a duct between the liver and duodenum
hepatitis inflammation of the liver
hepatology study of the liver
hepatonephritis inflammation of liver and kidneys
cholecystenterorrhaphy suture of gall bladder to intestinal walls
cholecystitis inflammation of gall bladder
cholecysolithiasis gall stones in gall bladder
anoplasty plastic surgery or anus
anoscope tool for examining anus
colonoscopy examination of colon
colectomy excision of all or part of colon
colorrhaphy suture of colon
colonopathy any disease of colon
esophahalgia pain in the esophagus
esophagocele hernia of the esophagus
esophagogastroanastomosis joining the esophagus to the stomach
proctologist one who specializes in colon, rectum, and anus
proctalgia pain in the anus or rectum
proctoplegia paralysis of anal sphincter
cheilitis inflammation of the lip
cheilophagia habit of biting one's own lip
cheilostomatoplasty plastic surgery of lip and mouth
appendicitis inflammation of the appendix
appendalgia pain in lower right quadrant (area of appendix)
glossitis inflammation of tongue
glossoplegia paralysis of tongue1
glossology study of tongue
bradyphagia abnormally slow eating
cirrhosis chronic disease of liver
dysphagia difficulty swallowing
aphagia inability to swallow
nephr kidney
Created by: csavony