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MT word parts #1

ante- forward; before
anti- angainst;opposite
bi- two; both; double; twice
dys- bad; faulty; painful; difficult; disordered
hemi- half
hypo- under; beneath; below; less than normal
inter- between; among
intra- within; inside; inward
nulli- none
peri- around; about; surrounding
poly- many; much
post- behind; after
pre- before; in front of
primi- first
sub- under; beneath; below; less than; deficient
super- over; above; excessive
supra- over; above
trans- across; through
aort/o aorta
derm/o skin
dermat/o skin
erythr/o red
gravid pregnancy
hyster/o uterus
kerat/o horny; hard; also refers to the cornea
my/o muscle
myel/o bone marrow; spinal cord
olig/o few; scanty
orch/o testis
presby/o old age
quadri- four
splen/o spleen
thorac/o chest
ur/o urine; urinary tract
urethr/o urethra
vas/o vessel; duct
ven/o vein
-ary pertaining to
-centesis a puncture, usually with a needle for the purpose of removing fluid
-desis fixation or binding
-graphy the process of recording
-itis inflamation
-lysis loosening; disolution; breakdown; seperation; destruction
-malacia a softening
-megaly enlargement
-ostomy the creation of an artificial mouth-like opening between two hollow structures or between a hollow structure and the abdominal wall
-otomy incision; to cut into
-pathy disease
-pexy fastening; fixation
Created by: jengirlm