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integumentary systm

medical terminology

a- without, absence of
an- without, absence of
ep-, epi- upon, over,above, on top
hyper- excessive, abnormally high, above
intra- within
par- along
per- through
sub- under, beneath, below
abras/o to rub away
aden/o gland
aut/o self
bi/o life
carcin/o cancer
crypt/o hidden
derm/o; dermat/o skin
erythr/o red
fibr/o fiber
hidr/o sweat
kerat/o hard, horny tissue
lei/o smooth
malan/o dark, black
myc/o fungus
necr/o death
onych/o nail
pachy/o thick
pedicul/o body louse
rhytid/o wrinkle
sarc/o flesh, meat
scler/o thick
seb/o sebum or oil
trich/o hair
zer/o dry
-ectomy surgical excision, removal
-ia condition of
-ion process
-is pertaining to
-ite condition
-itis inflammation
-malacia softening
-oma abnormal swelling, tumor
-opsy view of
-osis condition of
-ous pertaining to
-phagia eating or swallowing
-plasty surgical repair
-rrhea excessive discharge of fluid
-tome cutting instrument
Created by: mc1975