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Terminology Tech

Terminology for Pharm Tech

QuestionAnswer
a, an without
ambi both
ante, pre, pro before
anti against
bi two or both
brady slow
chlor green
circum, peri around
cirrh, xanth yellow
con, sym, syn with
contra against
cyan blue
dia, trans across or through
dis seperate from or apart
dys painful or difficult
ec away or out
ecto, exo outside
endo, intra within
epi upon
erythr, rube red
eu good or normal
hemi, semi half
heter different
hyper, super, supra above or excessive
hypo below or deficient
im, in not
immun safe, protected
infra, sub below or under
inter between
iso equal
leuk white
macro large
medi, mid, meso middle
melan black
meta beyond, after, changing
micro, icle, ula, ule, ole small
mono, uni one
multi, poly many
neo new
pan all
para alongside of or abnormal
polio gray
post, retro after
pseudo false
purpur purple
quadri four
re again or back
tachy fast
tri three
ultra beyond or excessive
xer dry
ac, al, ar, ary, eal, ic, ous, tic pertaining to
algia, cynia pain
asthenia without strength
cele pouching or hernia
cyesis pregnancy
ectasis expansion or dilation
ectomy removal
emia blood conditioin
genic origin or production
gram record
graph recording instrument
graphy recording process
ia, ism condition of
iasis condition, formation of
iatry treatment
itis inflammation
ium tissue or structure
lith stone, calculus
logy study of
lysis breaking down or dissolution
malacia softening
megaly enlargement
meter measuring instrument
metry measuring process
mycosis fungal infection
oid resembling
oma tumor
opia, opsia vision
osis abnormal condition, increase
osmia smell
paresis partial paralysis
pathy disease
penia decrease
phagia swallowing
phasia speech
philia attraction for
phobia fear
plasia formation
plasty surgical repair or reconstruction
plegia paralysis, stroke
rrhage to burst forth
rrhea discharge
sclerosis narrowing, constriction
scope examination instrument
scopy examination
spasm involuntary contraction
statis stop or stand
tocia childbirth, labor
tomy incision
toxic poison
tropic stimulate
y condition, process of
angi vessel
aort aorta
card heart
oxy oxygen
pector chest
phleb, ven vein
stenosis narrowing
thromb clot (blood)
vas(cu) blood vessel
adrena adrenal
glyc sugar
lipid, adip fat
nepher, ren kidney
pancreat pancreas
somat body
thym thymus
chol bile
col colon
duoden duodenum
enter intestine
esophag esophagus
gastr stomach
hepat liver
lapar abdomen
cutane, derma skin
hist tissue
kerat hard
mast, mamm breast
necr death
onych nail
aden gland
cyt cell
hemo, hemat blood
lymph lymph
splen spleen
chondr cartilage
my muscle
fibr fiber
tendin tendon
emesis vomit
cerebr cerebrum
dementio to be mad
Created by: ajbaum on 2010-02-06



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