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Medical Terminology

arthr joint
hepat liver
ven vein
oste bone
intra- within
sub- under
-itis inflammation
-ic pertaining to
-ous pertaining to
-pathy disease
-o- combining vowel
aden gland
cyt cell
epetheli epethelium
fibr fiber
hist tissue
kary nucleus
lip fat
my muscle
neur nerve
organ organ
sarc flesh, connective tissue
viscer internal organs
cancer, carcin cancer
eti cause (of disease)
gno knowledge
iatr physician, medicine
onc tumor, mass
path disease
rhabd rod-shaped, striated
somat body
chlor green
chrom color
cyan blue
erythr red
leuk white
melan black
xanth yellow
dia- through, complete
dys- difficult, labored, painful, abnormal
hyper- above, excessive
hypo- below, incomplete, deficient
meta- after, beyond, change
neo- new
pro- before
-gen produces or causes
-genesis origin, cause
-genic producing, originating, causing
-logist one who studies and treats
-logy study of
-oid resembling
-oma tumor, swelling
-osis abnormal condition
-plasia condition of formation, development
-plasm a growth, substance, formation
-sarcoma malignant tumor
-sis state of
-stasis control, stop, standing
lie smooth
Created by: sdclark