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Med Terms. Ch.6


orth/o straight
olecran/o elbow
myel/o spinal cord or bone marrow
metatars/o foot bones
metacarp/o hand bones
maxill/o upper jaw
mastoid/o mastoid process
mandibul/o mandible (lower jaw bone)
-malacia softening
malac/o softening
lumb/o loins; lower back
lord/p swayback; bent
lamin/o lamina
kyph/o humpback; pertaining to a hump
ischi/o ischium
ili/o ilium
humer/o humerus
gen/o to produce
fibul/o fibula
femor/o femur
crani/o skull, cranium
cost/o ribs
coccyg/o coccyx
clavicul/o collarbone
-clast, -clastic to break
carp/o wrist
calcane/o heel bone
calc/o , calc/i calcium
-blast, -blast/o embryonic stage or development
acetabul/o acetabulum
vertebr/o vertebra
termpor/o temples of the head
tars/o ankle bones
stern/o sternum
sten/o short, contacted, or narrow
spondly/o vertebra
scoli/o crooked, bent
scapul/o shoulder blade
radi/o radiation, also refers to the radius
rach/i spinal column
pub/o pubis
-porosis porous lessening in density
por/o cavity, opening, passage or pore
-physis growth, growing
phalang/o fingers, toes
pelv/i pelvis
patell/o, patell/a kneecap
oste/o bone
Created by: Courtneey