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medical terminology

integumentary and digestive medical terms

cutitis skin inflammation
dentiform toothlike
dermatology skin, study of
parapsia touch disorder
odontoprisis teeth grinding
oncology tumors, study of
onychitis nail bed, inflammation
pediculosis lice, condition of
pruritis itching inflammation
psoriasis itch, condition of
sarcolysis flesh decomposing
sclerogenous hardening tissue
squamous scalelike
trichoid hairlike
cholecystectomy gallbladder excision
colitis large intestine inflammation
emetic produces vomit
enteritis intestinal inflammation
gastritis stomach inflammation
glossopathy tongue disease
hepatitis liver inflammation
ileitis ileum inflammation
laparotomy abdomen incision
myxoma mucus tumor
proctology study of diseases of colon, rectum, anus
pylorostenosis pyloric narrowing
stomatitis mouth inflammation
visceromegaly enlarged abdominal organs
Created by: tmarie25