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Chapter 1-4 Suffix

SuffixMeaning
ac Pertaining to
al Pertaining to
algia pain
cyte Cell
ectomy Excision, removal
emia Blood condition
genic Pertaining to, producing
globin Protein
gram Record
ic, ical Pertaining to
ion Process
ist Specialist
itis Inflammation
logy Process of study
oma Tumor, mass, swelling
opsy Process of viewing
osis Condition, usually abnormal
pathy Disease condition
penia Deficiency
phobia Fear
plasia Development, formation, growth
plasty Surgical repair
ptosis Falling, dropping
sclerosis Hardening
scope Instrument for visual examination
scopy Process of visual examination
stasis Stopping, controlling
stomy Opening to form a mouth
therapy treatment
tomy Incision, cutting into
trophy Development
er One who
ia Condition
ist Specialist
ole Little, small
ule Little, small
um, ium Structure, tissue
us Structure, substance
y Condition, process
ac, iac Pertaining to
al Pertaining to
ar Pertaining to
ary Pertaining to
eal Pertaining to
genic Pertaining to producing
ic, ical Pertaining to
oid Resembling
ose Full of
ous Pertaining to
tic Pertaining to
blast Embryonic, immature
crine To secrete
cyesis Pregnancy
drome To run
fusion coming together
gen Substance that produces
lapse To slide, fall, sag
lysis Breakdown, destruction
meter To measure
mission To send
or One who
partum Birth, labor
phoria Feeling, carry
physis To grow
plasia Development, formation, growth
plasm Structure or formation
pnea Breathing
ptosis Falling, dropping, prolapse
rrhea Flow, discharge
stasis Stopping, controlling
trophy Development
Created by: Dayyyoo13