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Medical terms 350

Centene course - non clinical medical terms

lobo Section (Lobectomy)
emesis Vomiting
contra Against, Counter
iasis Condition
trans Through, Across (Transfusion)
brady Slow
ectasis Expansion
cyt Cell
odont Tooth
leuk White
esthesia Sensation
cantho Angle at the end of the eyelid
steno Narrow, contracted (Stenosis)
cheli Lip
cele Hernia
benign Not cancerous, mild
semen Seed
celio Abdomen
erythro Red (
vaso Vessel (Vascular)
melan Black
cauda Tail
lingua Tongue
myring Eardrum
spondyl Spinal column (Spondylous)
ovar Egg, female reproductive cell
centesis Puncture
oto Ear
bili Bile
squam Scale
mening Membrane
cec Blind passage
macul Spot
pexy Suspension
onco Tumor
or Mouth
sub Under
spiro Coil
lacrim Tear
viscero Organ
lact Milk
onych Nail, claw
thorac Chest
pyle Gate
vesic Bladder
sphenic Wedge
myel Marrow, spinal cord
anti Against
myco Fungus
hallux Great toe (big toe)
physio Nature
bucc(o) Cheek
palpebr Eyelid
plasia Development
rug Wrinkle, fold, crease
aur Ear
acoust(i) Hearing
colp(o) Hollow, vagina
phon Voice, sound
leio Smooth
cor Heart
ren Kidney
orchi Testis
encephal Brain
thalam Inner chamber
Plexus Braid
cilia Eyelash
dendr Tree, branch
phleb Vein
pilo Hair
histo Tissue
stoma Mouth
tympan Eardrum
umbilic Navel
salpingo Tube
helio Sun
astr Star shaped
asthenia Weakness
fascia Sheet, band
iso Equal
tarso Ankle
tope Place
pod Foot
malign Bad
adnexa Ties, connections
ocul Eye
lapar Abdominal wall
dacry Tear
ment Mind
part Labor, bring forth
scler(a) Hard
somato Body
trachel neck
sinus Hollow space
hypno Sleep
sept Wall, fence
scirr(h) Hard
antr Cavity
crine To secrete
dura Hard
-ic,-al,-ac Pertaining to
-ical Pertaining to as set forth
-y The result of
-ia Unhealthy state, disease
-um um is used to form a complete name from a root word "momentum"
-is -is is used to form the name of a thing from the root "dermis"
aden Gland
angi Vessel
arthr Joint
blephar Eyelid
cardi Heart
cerebr Brain
dermat Skin
ectomy Surgical removal (Arthrectomy)
enter Intestines (Enteritis)
gastro Stomach (Gastrointestinal)
gingiv Gum (Gingivitis)
hepat Liver (Hepatic)
itis Inflammation (Gatritis)
malacia Soft (Adenomalacia)
megal Enlarged (Cardiomegaly)
nephr Kidney (Nephritis)
ologist Specialist (Gastrologist)
ology The study of disease (Dermatology)
oma Tumor (Angioma)
osis Condition of, disease of (Nephrosis)
otomy Surgical incision, to cut into (Gastrotomy)
path Disease (Cardiopathy)
plast Repair of (Angioplasty)
rhin Nose (Rhinoplasty)
spasm Involuntary contraction(s) (Blepharospasm)
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