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Terminology Ch.V

Medical terminology - Combining form, Prefix, & Suffix

abdomen/o abdomen
celi/o abdomen
lapar/o abdomen
append/o that which is added, vermiform appendix
appendic/o that which is added, vermiform appendix
chol/e bile, gall
bil/i bile, gall
cholecyst/o gall bladder
halit/o breath
colon/o colon, large intestine
col/o colon, large intestine
phag/o to eat, swallow
esophagi/o esophagus
ile/o ileum (3rd part of small intestine)
intestine/o intestine
enter/o intestine
lip/o fat
hepat/o blood
pancreat/o pancreas
py/o pus
rect/o rectum, straight
proct/o rectum/anus
enter/o small intestine, intestine
gluc/o sugar, glucose
dia- through, complete
mal- bad, poor
par- beside, near
peri- around, surrounding
-centesis surgical puncture
-chezia condition of stools
-emesis vomit, vomiting
-pepsia digestion condition
-rrhea discharge, flow
-stalsis contraction
-stenosis abnormal condition of narrowing
-tresia condition of an opening
Created by: KiwiMangos