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med term unit 7

amni/o amnion
cervic/o cervix, neck
colp/o vagina
ectop/o ectopia, displaced
gravid/o pregnant woman
gynec/o woman
hyster/o uterus
lapar/o abdomen/abdominal wall
mamm/o mammary glands
mast/o breast
men/o menstruation
metr/o uterine tissues
nat/o birth
o/o egg, ovum
oophor/o ovary
salping/o uterine tube
syphil/o syphilis
top/o place
vagin/o vagina
a- without, lack of
aniso- unequal
ante- before
bi- two, both
dys- difficult, painful
ecto- outside of
endo- inner
infra- below, under
iso- same, equal
multi- many
neo- new
nulli- none
post- after
pre- before, in front of
primi- first
trans- across
-blast immature or embryonic cell
-centesis surgical puncture for fluid removal
-graphy process of making a picture or record
-gravida pregnancy
-para woman who carries pregnancy to viability
-partum delivery, childbirth
-pexy fixation of a prolapse
-phobia fear
-ptosis prolapse
-scope instrument used to look
-scopy process of using a scope
-stasis control or stopping
Created by: disney2000