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medical language 1 final exam

itis inflammation
ectomy surgical removal/excision
emia blood condition
ic pertaining to
al pertaining to
gram a record
graph an instrument to record
graphy process of recording
ist a specialist
logy the study of
iasis abnormal condition or disease
osis abnormal condition
rrhea flow or discharge
penia diffency
centesis surgical puncture
hyper excessive
bi two
echo using sound waves
micro small
supra above
pre before
post after
sub below
a no
sclerosis hardening
intra within
inter in between
endo within
retro behind
trans thru/across
anti aganist
leuko white
para live births
neo new
uni one
poly excessive
scope a usually lighted instrument used to view
scopy the process of viewing with a scope
plasty surgical repair
pexy surgical fixation
megaly enlargement
tome an instrument to cut
otomy / tomy surgical incision/to cut
ostomy / stomy new or artifical opening
algia pain
lysis/lytic break up or distruction
emesis vomiting
rraphy suturing
oma tumor or mass
rrhexis rupture
tripsy crushing
cele hernation
stenosis narrowing
uria urine
ptosis drooping or sagging
rrhage/rrhagia rapid flow
glyc/o sugar
derm/o skin
later/o side(s)
cardi/o the heart
electr/o the electrical activity
bi/o life
ren/o kidney
gastr/o stomach
nephr/o kidney
lith/o stone
thromb/o clot
cyt/o cell
prandi/o meal
nas/o nose
men/o menstral
trache/o trachea
stern/o sternum
arthr/o joint
esthesi/o to have feeling
lapor/o abdomen
hepta/o liver
rhin/o nose
mast/o breast
oste/o bone
phleb/o vein
cephal/o head
thorac/o thorax (chest)
hem/o blood
path/o disease
carcin/o cancer
neur/o nerve
blephar/o eyelid
peri around
brady slow
trachy fast/rapid
dynia pain
pnea breathing
pleg/o paralysis
cide to kill
contra aganist
splen/o spleen
bacter/o bacteria
append/o appendix
colon/o colon
Created by: daniellecarrico