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Mr G. Medical Terms HAMS

arthro joint
cardio heart
cephalo head
cerebro brain
neuro nerve
rhino nose
hema, hemat blood
derm, dermat skin
a-, an- without, not
anti- against
auto- self, own
bi- two, double
-ac, -al, -eal, -ic pertaining to
-algia pain
-cide to kill or destroy
-ectomy removal of, excision
-emia blood condition
-gram record
cost rib
cranio skull
cyst bladder
cyto cell
arterio artery
quad- four
retro- behind, backward
semi- half
sub- under, below
tachy- fast, rapid
-oma tumor, mass or swelling
-otomy surgical incision, to cut into
-pathy disease process
-plasty surgical repair
-plegia paralysis
entero intestine
gastro stomach
geront old age, elderly
hepato liver
osteo bone
hyper- above, excessive
hypo- less than, under
inter- between
intra- within
multi- many
-itis inflammation of
-lithiasis presence of stones
-ology study of
-megaly enlargement
-oid resembling
oto ear
pneumo, pulmon lung
thoraco chest
ven, phlebo vein
brady- slow
dys- bad, difficult, painful
eu- good, normal
hemi- half
peri- around
-pnea breathing, respiration
-rrhea drainage, flow
-scope instrument to visually examine, an instrument
-stasis stoppage
lipo fat
myo muscle
nephro, reno kidney
ophthal, oculo, eye
poly- many, much
pre- before, in front
post- after, behind
pseudo- false
-graph instrument to record
-ism condition
-stomy artificial opening
acro top, extremities (arms or legs)
appendic, append appendix
angi vessel
cervi neck
chole gall
chondr cartilage
dors back
hyster uterus
laryng larynx, voice box
lapar abdomen, abdominal wall
later side
leuk white
myring eardrum, tympanic membrance
myelo bone marrow, spinal cord
necr death
oophor ovary, female egg cell
proct rectum, rectal, anus
sten contracted, narrow
vaso vessel or duct
brachi arm
endo-, end- within
micro- small
multi- many, much, a large amount
-ia condition
-ist specialist
-malcia softening
-ium structure
-osis condition, abnormal condition
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