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Chapter 2

Combing forms, suffixes, prefixes, & terms

abdomin/o abdomen
adip/o fat
anter/o front
bolo/o to cast (throw)
cervic/o neck (of the body or uterus)
chondr/o cartilage
chrom/o color
coccyg/o tailbone
crani/o skull
cyt/o cell
dist/o far, distant
dors/o back
hist/o tissue
ili/o ilium
inguin/o groin
kary/o nucleus
later/o side
lumb/o back
medi/o middle
nucle/o nucleus
pelv/i pelvis
poster/o behind. back
proxim/o nearest
sacr/o sacrum
sarc/o muscle, flesh
spin/o spine, backbone
thel/o, theli/o nipple
thorac/o chest
trache/o trachea, windpipe
umbilic/o umbilicus, navel
ventr/o front of body, anterior
vertebr/o vertebra, backbone
viscer/o internal organs
ana- up
cata- down
epi- above
hypo- below, less than normal, deficient
inter- between
meta- change
-eal pertaining to
-iac pertaining to
-ior pertaining to
-ism process, condition
-ose pertaining to, full of
-plasm formation
-somes bodies
-type picture, classification
Created by: Stark Med Terms