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1st Medical Language

first med lang

Trache/o Trachea
-Emia A blood condition
Bi/o Life
Stern/o Sternum
Echo- Using sound
Cardi/o Heart
-Graph The machine used to record
-Graphy The process of recording
Electro- Electrical activity
Micro- Small
Thromb/o Clot
Endo- Within
Nephr/o Kidney
Lith/o Stone(s)
-Iasis Abnormal condition
Retro- Behind
Later/o Side(s)
Intra- Within
-Al Pertaining to
Muscul/o Muscle
-Ic Pertaining to
Bi- Two
Vertebr/o Vertebrae
Hypo- Under or deficiency
Inter- Between
Pre- Before
Nat/i Birth
-Gram A record
-Lodgy The study of
Men/o Menstrual
-Rrhea Flow
-Ar Pertaining to
Post- After
Prandi/o Meals
Hyper- Excessive
-Ist Specialist
Sub- Under
Nas/o Nose
Glyc/o Sugar
A- No
Cyt/o Cell
-Osis Abnormal condition
Supra- Above
Ren/o Kidney
Epi- Above
Gastr/o Stomach
Derm/o Skin
Leuko- White
Mast/o Breast
Col/o Colon
-Ous Pertaining to
-Scopy The process of using a usually lighted instrument to view.
-Itis Inflammation
Urethr/o Urethra- the tube where urine travels from the urinary bladder to the outside world.
Splen/o Spleen
-Plasty Surgical repair
Oste/o Bone
-Penia Deficiency
-Megaly Enlargement
-Pexy Surgical fixation
Para- Live(viable)births
-Scope A usually lighted instrument used to view
-Stomy A new(artificial) opening
Arthr/o Joint
Vascul/o Blood vessels
-Tome An instrument used to cut
Anti- Against
Colon/o Colon
-Centesis Surgical puncture
-Tomy A surgical incision
Multi- Many
Bacteri/o Bacteria
Lapar/o Abdomen
-Ectomy Surgical removal(excision)
Append/o Appendix
Hepat/o Liver
Phleb/o Veins
Rhin/o Nose
Trans- Across or through
Created by: juggagirl21