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chap 22 Med term

chaber, The Language of Medicine Chap 22 CF, Suf & Pre.

anxi/o uneasy; anxious
aut/o self, own
cycl/o ciliary body of eye; cycle; circle
hallucin/o hallucination
hypn/o sleep
iatr/o physician, treatment
klept/o to steal
ment/o mind; chin
neur/o nerve
phil/o like; love; attraction to
phren/o diaphragm; mind
psych/o Mind
pyr/o fever; fire
schiz/o split
somat/o body
ton/o tension
xen/o stranger
-form resembling; in the shape of
-genic produced by or in
-kinesia movement
-leptic pretaining to seizing, taking hold of
-mania obsessive preoccupation
-oid resembling; derived from
-pathy disease; emotion
-phobia fear
-phoria to bear, carry; feeling (mental state)
-somnia sleep
-thymia pertaining to mind
-tropic pertaining to stimulating
a-, an- no, not, without
agora- marketplace
cata- down
dys- bad, painful
eu- good; normal
hypo- deficient; below; under; less then normal
para- near; beside; abnormal; apart from; along the side of
Created by: msbzepeda