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Suffixs P-Z


poietin one that forms
pheresis removal
stat agent to maintain a state
pepsia digestion
rrhagia / rrhage heavy discharge
pathy disease
physis growing
ptosis falling / drooping
plasty surgical repair
poiesis formation
plasia / plasm formation
phobia fear
poietic forming
phylaxis protection
phonia sound
paresis slight paralysis
schisis splitting
phil / philia attraction
tropy condition of turning towards
somnia sleep
tropia / version turning
parous producing; bearing
scope instrument for observing
stasis stopping / constant
pnea breath
phthisis wasting away
penia deficiency
trophy nutrition
phoria feeling / carrying
uria urine
phasia speaking
tomy to cut or incision into (cutting operation)
rrhea flowing / flux
tome cutting instrument
pexy fixation
spasm / stalsis contraction
para bearing
scopy use of an instrument in observing
phage / phagia / phagy eating / devouring
plegic one who is paralized
tropic turning toward
phrenia of the mind
plegia paralysis
stomy creating a mouth or opening
stenosis narrowing
plastic forming
plakia plaque
static maintaing a state
rraphy surgical suturing
phoresis carrying
rrhexis rupture
Created by: partelm