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Med. Term L2

amphi-, ampho- on both sides, around, both
ana- up, back, against
apo- away from
cata- downward, disordered
dia- through, across, apart
eso- within, inner, inward
eu- good, normal, healthy
heter-, hetero- different, other, relationship to another
homo-, homeo- same, likeness
meta- change, transformation, after, behind
para- alongside, around, abnormal, beyond
pro- before
Pros-, prosth- in place of
-al pertaining to, located in
-ase name of enzyme
-asia state or condition
-ema state or condition
-esis state or condition or procedure
-etic pertaining to
-ics science or study of
-ism state or condition or quality
-ismus state or condition or muscle spasm
-oid indicating shape, form or resemblance
-oma tumor
-ose full of, resembling
-ous pertaining to, characterised, full of
-us condition, person, sometimes malformed fetus
-ize to make, become, cause to be
acr extremities, hands and feet
ambly dull, faint
carcin cancer
cel hernia, tumor, swelling
cheir, chir hand
chol(e) bile, gall
col(i), colon colon
cyan blue
cyst(i), cystis bladder, cyst
diplo double, twin
enter intestine
erg action, work
gastr stomach
hem, hemat, em blood
hepar, hepat liver
lip fat
macr large
mega, megal large
melan dark, black
micr small
nyct night
odyn pain
onc tumor
pachy thick
pseud false
py pus
sarc flesh, soft tissue
spasm spasm
splen spleen
stom, stomat mouth, opening
Created by: sportsmess