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vet med term

word parts

Uria Urination
Dys- Difficult, painful, bad
Endo- Within or inside
Hyper- Elevated, higher, more than normal
Inter- Between
Poly- Many or excessive
Sub- Below, under, less
A- Without or no
An- Without or no
Eu- Good, easy, normal
Exo- Without, out of, outside, away from
Ecto- Outside
Hypo- Depressed, lower, less than normal
Intra- Within
Oligo- Scant or little
Super- Above, beyond, excessive
Supra- Above, beyond, excessive
Epi- Upper
Extra- Outside
Hyper- Above, increased, more than normal
Hypo- Below, under, decreased
Infra- Below or beneath
Inter- Between
Intra- Within
Meta- Beyond
Per- Throughout
Sub- Below, under, decreased
trans- Across
gastr/o Stomach
Enter/o Small intestine
Pan- All
Leuk/o White
-penia Deficiency or reduction in number
-tomy Cutting into or incision
-stomy Surgically created opening
-ectomy Surgical removal
-pexy Suture to stabilize
-plasty Surgical repair
-stomy Surgically created opening
-tomy Cutting into or incission
-centesis Surgical puncture to remove fluid or gas
-algia Pain
-dynia Pain
-itis Inflammation
-malacia Abnormal softening
-osis Abnormal condition
-pathy Disease
-sclerosis Abnormal hardening
-um Structure
Ovari/o Ovary
Hysteri/o Uterus
-lysis Seperation or breakdown
-rragia Bursting forth
-rraphy To suture
-rrhea Flow or discharge
-rrhexis Rupture
-super Above, beyond, excessive
-supra Above, beyond, excessive
Oligo- Scant or little
-centesis Surgical puncture to remove fluid or gas
Created by: emslocum