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/ac relating to
/al adj. relating to
/algia noun pain
/ar adj. relating to
/ary adj. relating to
/centesis noun withdrawing fluid
/cyte noun cell
/eal adj. relating to
/ectomy noun removal
/emia noun throughout the blood
/hemia noun throughout the blood
/grade adj go
/gram noun picture, record, tracing
/graph noun instrument that creates a picture or recording
/graphy noun process of creating a picture, record, tracing
/ia noun condition
/iac adj. relating to
/ic adj. relating to
/ior adj. situation, process, condition
/ist noun one who does
/itis noun inflammation
/itic adj. inflammation
/ium noun structure
/logy noun study of; also used as a root word -- log/o
/megaly noun enlargement
/meter noun distance measure, instrument to measure
/oid adj. like
/opsy noun look at
/ose adj. like, relating to (also suffix for chemical name for sugar)
/osis noun pathologic condition
/ous adj. relating to
/pathy noun disease process
/scope noun instrument to see through or with
/stasis noun control, hold in
/tic adj. relating to
/y process of
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