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Med term brown Mac

Chap 1

Ante- Before, in front of
Anti- Against
Auto- Self
Contra- Against
De- Without
Dys- Abnormal, painful, difficult
Endo- Within, inner
Epi- Over
Eso- Inward
Eu Normal
Ex- External, outward
Exo- Outward
Extra- Outside of
Homo- Same
Hyper- Over, above
Hypo- Under, below
Inter- Among, between
Intra- Within, inside
Macro- Large
Micro- Small
Myo- To shut
Neo- New
Pan All
Para- Beside, near, abnormal
Per- Through
Peri- Around
Pseudo- False
Retro- Behind, backwards
Sub- Below, under
Trans- Through, across
Ultra- Beyond, excess
Bi- Two
Hemi- Half
Nulli- None
Tetra- Four
-cyte Cell
Dynia Pain
Ectasis Dilation
Genesis Produces
It Condition
Iasis Abnormal condition
Ism State of
Itis Inflammation
Lytic Destruction
Megaly Large, enlargement
Oma Tumor, mass, swelling
Osis Abnormal condition
Pathy Disease
Rrhage Abnormal flow, excessive
Rrhagia Abnormal flow
Rrhea Discharge, flow
Rrhexis Rupture
Stenosis Narrowing
Ule Small
Centesis Puncture to withdrawal fluid
Ectomy Surgical removal
Ostomy Surgically create an opening
Otomy Cutting into
Pexy Surgical fixation
Plasty Surgical repair
Rrhaphy Suture
Created by: Any wadsworth