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ac, al pertaining to
blast immature
cyte cell
gram record
graph instrument for recording
graphy process of recording
meter instrument for measuring
metry processof measuring
iatric treatment
iatry study of
ology study of
ologist specialist
icle small
ule small
ium/eum tissue or structure
ize make, use
ate make, use
or one who
poiesis formation
scope instrument for examining
scopy examination
stasis stop or stand
centesis puncture
desis binding
ectomy surgical removal
pexy suspension
plasty surgical repair
rrhaphy suture
stomy surgical creation of an artificial opening
tomy incision
tripsy crushing
algia pain
dynia pain
cele pouch, sac
emesis vomit
emia condition of blood
form like or resembling
oid like
genic beginning
genesis production
ia, ism condition of
iasis formation of
itis inflammation
lysis breaking down
malacia softening
megaly enlargement
oma tumor
osis condition
penia abnormal reduction
phage eat
phile attraction for; love for
phobia fear of
plasia formation
pnea breathing
ptosis drooping
rrhage to burst forth
rrhea discharge or flow
rrhexis rupture or breaking
spasm involuntary contraction
trophy development
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