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Hyper suffix


1. Hyperchromia excessive pigmentation of the skin
2. Hyperlactation excessive milk production
3. Hyperchylia excessive secretion of gastric juice
4. Hyperdipsia excessive thirst
5. Hypercytosis abnormally increased number of cells
6. Hypercatabolism excessive metabolic breakdown of a specific substance
7. Hyperpnea abnormally deep or rapid breathing
8. Hyperflexion flexion of a limb or part beyond its normal range
9. Hypercalciuria excessive urinary calcium excretion
10. Hyperalimentation ingestion or administration of a great amount of nutrients
11. Hyperaphia abnormal acuteness of the sense of touch
12. Hypercholemia elevation of serum bile salt concentrations
13. Hyperkalemia high levels of potassium in the blood
14. Hyperuricemia level of uric acid in the blood that is abnormally high
15. Hyperemesis severe form of nausea and vomiting
16. Hypercholeremia abnormally elevated level of the chloride ion in the blood.
17. Hyperalgia increased sensitivity to pain
18. Hyperextension movement of joints, tendons, or muscles beyond their normal limit.
19. Hyperacidity excreting increased amount of hydrochloric acid in the stomach
20. Hyperhydration water intoxication
21. Hyperoxia excess oxygen
22. Hyperacuity greater than normal acuteness especially of a sense
23. Hyperdactylia presence of extra fingers or toes
24. Hypertonicity having extreme muscular or arterial tension
25. Hyperacute extremely acute
Created by: zhantang