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Med Term Less/Part 5

Medical Terminology Lesson/Parts Terms 5

acou(s)-, acu(s)- hear
amni- fetal membrane, amniotic sac, amnion
asc-, ascit- [leather bag] bladder, sac, bag
bary- heavy, dull, hard
cente- pierce
chrom-, chroma-, chromat- color, pigment
dips- thirst
echo- reverberating sound, echo
edema-, edemat- swelling
eme- vomit
gno(s)- know
Lal- talk
lapar- abdomen, abdominal wall
lex- read
mne- remember
ne- new
no- mind, mental activity, comprehension
orec-, orex- have an appetite
ox(y)- acute, pointed; rapid; acid; oxygen
pha- speak, communicate
phag- swallow, eat
pharmac(eu)- medicine, drug
phem- speech
phob- (abnormal) fear
phon- voice, sound
phrac-, phrag- enclose, obstruct
phras- speak
phren- mind; diaphram
phylac- protection (against disease)
phys(i)- nature, appearance
phyt- plant (organism), grownth
poie- produce, make
sapr- rotten, putrid, decaying
stear, steat fat, sebum, sebaceous glands
Created by: kjohnson1389