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Ch3 terms - suffix

-algia pain
-cele hernia
-centesis surgical puncture to remove fluid
-coccus berry-shaped
-cyte cell
-dynia pain
-ectomy surgical removal
-emia blood condition
-genisis producing or forming
-genic produced by or in
-gram record
-graph instrument for recording
-graphy process of recording
-itis inflammation
-logy study of
-lysis breakdown
-malacia softening
-megaly enlargment
-oma tumor
-opsy to view
-osis abnormal condition (slight elevation of blood cells)
-penia deficiency
-phobia fear
-plasy surgical repair
-ptosis dropping
-rrhage bursting forth of blood
-rrhea discharge
-sclerosis hardening
-stasis stopping or controlling
-stomy opening to form a mouth
-therapy treatment
-trophy development or nourishment
-er one who
-ole little
-ule little
-um, -ium structure or tissue
-oid resembling
-ose full of (or pertaining to)
abdomin/o abdomen
Acr/o extremities
Ac/o sharp, sudden or severe
Amni/o amnion
Angi/o vessel
Arteri/o artery
Axill/o armpit
blephar/o eyelid
chem./o drug or chemical
Chondr/o cartilage
Col/o colon
Cyst/o urinary bladder
Encephal/o brain
Hydr/o water or fluid
Inguin/o groin
Isch/o to hold back
Lapr/o abdomen
Laryg/o larynx
Lymph/o lymph
Mamm/o breast
Mast/o breast
Morph/o shape or form
Muc/o mucous
My/o muscle
Myel/o spinal cord or bone marrow
Necr/o death
nephr/o kidney
neur/o nerve
Ophthalm/o eye
Ot/o ear
Oste/o bone
Peritone/o peritoneum
Phag/o to eat
Phleb/o vein
Plas/o formation or development
Pleur/o pleura
Pneum/o lungs
Pulmon/o lungs
Ren/o kidney
Sarc/o flesh
Splen/o spleen
Staphyl/o clusters
Strept/o twisted chain
Thorac/o chest
Thromb/o clot
Tonsill/o tonsils
Trache/o trachea
Ven/o vein
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