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Handed out 11/23 MED TERM STUDY GUIDE

The word part that contains the fundamental meaning of the word is the: prefix word root suffix combining vowel word root
The word part that is attached to the beginning of a word root to modify its meaning is the: word root suffix prefix combining vowel prefix
A combining form is made up of a: word root and a combining vowel prefix and a combining vowel combining vowel and a suffix prefix and a word root word root and a combining vowel
When defining a medical term, one usually begins the definition with the: word root, prefix, suffix, combining vowel suffix
A combining vowel is used to:ease pronunciation, modify the meaning of the word make analyzing a word easier make defining a word easier, ease word pronunciation
The most common combining vowel is: a, i, e, o o
In the term arthr/itis, itis is the: word root, prefix, combining vowel, suffix suffix
In the term sub/hepat/ic, which part is the prefix? ic, sub, hepat, hepat/o sub
In the term oste/o/arthr/o/pathy, which part is the suffix? the second o, oste, arthr, pathy pathy
The combining form meaning middle is: anter/o, later/o, poster/o, medio medi/o
Created by: dwall2674