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medical terms sux2

medical terminology suffixes 2

logist specialist in the study of
logy study of
lysis breaking up; separation, destruction
malacia softening
mania madness
megaly enlargement
metry act of measuring
meter instrument for measuring
mnesia memory
oid like; resembling
ole small
oma tumor
opia vision
osis abnormal condition, increase
para to bear (off spring)
paresis partial paralysis
pathy disease; emotion
penia deficiency; decrease
pexy fixation; to put in place (of an organ)
phagia eat; swallow
phasia speech
philia attraction for
phobia fear of
phonia sound; voice
plasia development; formation, growth
plasm formation
plasty surgical repair
plegia paralysis
pnea breathing
poiesis formation; production
ptosis drooping, prolapse, downward displacement
ptysis spitting
rrhage burst forth
rrhagia burst forth
rrhaphy suture
rrhea flow; discharge
rrhexis rupture
sclerosis hardening
scope instrument for visual examination
scopy visual inspection
spasm involuntary contraction, twitching
stasis, static stopping; control, standing still
stenosis stricture; narrowing
stomy new opening, forming an opening
therapy treatment
tome instrument for cutting
tomy incision, cut into
toxic poison
tripsy crushing
trophy nourishment; development
ula small
ule small
version to turn
y process
uria Urine
lith stone, calculus
algesia pain
algia pain
arche beginning
ase enzyme
asthenia weakness
capnia carbon dioxide
cele hernia; protrusion, swelling
centesis punture
cide to kill
clasis break, fracture
clysis injection
crit to separate
cusis hearing
cyesis pregnancy
cyte cell
desis fixation, binding (of a bone or joint)
dynia pain
ectasis dilation; stretching, expansion
ectomy removal; excision
emesis vomiting
emia blood
gen born, or producing
genesis, genic producing, forming, orgin
glia glue
globin protein
gnosis knowledge
gram record of writing
graph instrument of recording
graphy process of recording
ia condition
iasis abnormal condition
ic pertaining to
icle small
ist one who specializes
itis inflammation
kinesis movement, motion
Created by: vfinley2009 on 2009-05-03

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