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Financial terms

Word PartMeaning
vesicul/o seminal vesicle
vas/o vas deferens vessels
varic/o varicose vein
semin/i semen testis
scrot/o scrotum
prostat/o prostate
phall/o penis
orchi/o testis
epididym epididymis
balan/o glans penis
sect (ion) cut, cutting, excision
pathia condition of disease
cide something that kills
posth/o foreskin prepuce
fer/o to carry
vessic/o bladder, blister
trans across, through
oligo deficiency, few
ur/o urine, urinary tract
ureter, urethr urethra
ren/a kidney
pyel/o pelvis of kidney
nephr/o kidney
cyst/o bladder
azot/o urea, nitrogen
uresis excrete in urine
trite instrument to crush
triptor instrument to crush (shock waves)
tripsy act of crushing
phyma tumor/ boil
lapoxy empty, washout, evacuate
iasis abnormal condition of
ferous pertaining to carrying, bearing
ectasis dialation, stretching
dynia condition of pain
gram xray or recording
ptosis falling, displacement
pexy surgical fixation
ectomy removal of
lysis breakdown
osis abnormal condition, disease of
clysis infusion, injection
cele swelling, protusion, hernia
azot/o urea
calc/i calcium
hydro water
metr/o a measure
trigon/o trigone of the bladder
olig/o few, little, deficiency
diverticul/o diverticulum
col/o colon
choledoch/o common bile duct
cholecyst/o gall bladder
cholangi bile vessel, duct
chol/e bile
cec/o, caec/o cecum
duoden/o duodenum
enter/o intestine
hepatic/o hepatic duct
ile/o ileum
jejun/o jejunum
lapar/o flank, abdominal wall
pancreatic/o pancreatic duct
peritone/o peritoneum
proct/o anus, rectum
pylor/o pyloric sphincter
rect/o rectum
dys difficult, painful
bil/i bile
uria condition f urine
lithiasis abnormal condition of stones
clysis injection, infusion
peri around
para beside
epi above, upon
Created by: dlt0951 on 2004-10-29



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