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Prefix / Suffix

a- without
brady- slow
eu- good; normal
tachy- rapid
an- without
extra- outside
per- through
pro- before
trans- through; across
anti- against
epi- above
endo- within
peri- around
mono- one
intra- within; in
dys- painful; difficult
hyper- excessive
hypo- under; deficient
-pnea breathing
-centesis surgical puncture
-scope instrument for examinin
-algia pain
-stenosis narrowing
-ic pertaining to
-graphy process of recording
-osis abnormal condition
-ia condition of
-cyte cell
-emia blood condition
-gram record
-oma tumor
-phage swallowing; eating
-stasis standing still
-graph instrument for recording
-itis inflammation
-penia decreasse; deficiency
-spasm twitching
-capnia carbon dioxide; CO2
-meter instrument for measuring
-phonia voice
-ectasis dilation; expansion
-osmia smell
-plegia pralysis
-ptysis spitting
-thorax chest
-sphyxia pulse
-ptosis prolapse
-al pertaining to
-lysis seperation; loosening
-pathy disease
-rrhexis rupture
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