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Ch. 2 Quiz 2

Chapter 2 Abb. Quiz Part 2 pages 25, 26, 31

gland aden/o
vessel angi/o
appendix append/o , appendic/o
life or living bi/o
eyelid blephar/o
brain cerebr/o, encephal/o,
hand chir/o
colon or large intestine col/o
skin cutane/o, derm/a, dermat/o
face faci/o
liver hepat/o
breast mamm/o, mast/o
muscle muscul/o, my/o
bone marrow or spinal cord myel/o
bone oste/o
lungs pulm/o, pulmon/o, pneum/o, pneumon/o,
tonsil tonsill/o
trachea trache/o
vessel vas/o
pain -algia, -dynia, -cele
dilatation -ectasia, -ectasis
swelling -edema
vomiting -emesis
condition of the blood -emia
condition -ia, -iasis
inflammation -itis
stone or calclus -lith
soft -malacia
excessive preoccupation -mania
enlargement -megaly
resembling -oid
tumor -oma
condition -osis
disease -pathy
deficiency -penia
abnormal fear -phobia
prolapse -ptosis
excessive bleeding -rrhage, -rrhagia
flow or discharge -rrhea
rupture -rrhexis
twitching -spasm
stopping, controlling -stasis
Created by: swampchicken2006