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MS / GI Sys

Prefix / Suffix

a-, an- without
dia- through
per- through
ultra- beyond
dys- painful; difficult
endo- within
peri- surrounding
epi- over; upon
ante- before
hypo- below
leuko- white
inter- between
quadra- four
quadri- four
sub- below; under
syn- joined together
schisis a splitting; cleft
graphy process of recording
tomy incision
osis abnormal condition
ectasis dilation; expansion
centesis surgical puncture
ology study of
al, ar, ic pertaining to
plegia paralysis
ptosis prolapse
meter instrument for measuring
scopy visual examination
plasty surgical repair
porosis porous
emesis vomitting
iasis abnormal condition of
megaly enlargement
orexia appetite
pepsia digestion
phagia swallowing; eating
prandial meal
rrhea discharge; flow
ectomy surgical removal
itis inflammation
scope instrument used for visual examination
oma tumor
blast embryonic cell
clasis break; fracture
desis surgical fixation
malacia softening
physis growth
stomy forming an opening
an, ian, ism condition of
algia pain
pexy fixation of an organ
rrhexis rupture
pathy disease
cele hernia
emaia blood condition
Created by: Wandybear