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singular to plural m

singular to plural medical term endings

a (singular) ae (plural)
vertebra vertebrae
en (singular) ina (plural)
lumen lumina
ax (singular) aces (plural)
thorax thoraces
is (singular) es (plural)
diagnosis diagnoses
ix (singular) ices (plural)
appendix appendices
ex (singular) ices (plural)
apex apices
on (singular) a (plural)
ganglion ganglia
um (singular) a (plural)
bacterium bacteria
us (singular) i (plural)
fungus fungi
y (singular) ies (plural)
deformiy deformities
-iatry treatment
pod/o of the feet
-ism condition
incision the process of cutting in
alcohol/o alcohol abuse
gynec/o female reproductive system
-ole small
arter/i artery
-icle small
part/o part
mac/o skin lesion
-ula, or ule small
ven/o vein
Created by: Patti Belfi Reed Patti Belfi Reed