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HAP ChPF/SF/MedScien

Prefix/Suffix Ch 1 HAP

Prefix: To hang something append-
Prefix: Heart cardi-
Prefix: Brain cerebr-
Prefix; Helmet cran-
Prefix: Back dors-
Prefix: Same homeo-
Suffix: The study of -logy
Prefix: Change meta-
Prefix: Nose nas-
Prefix: Circle orb-
Prefix: Wall pariet-
Prefix: Basin pelv-
Prefix: Around peri-
Prefix: Rib pleur-
Suffix: Standing still -stasis
Prefix: Above super-
Suffix: Cutting -tomy
cardiology branch of medical science dealing with the heart and heart diseases
dermatology study of skin and its diseases
endocrinology study of hormones, hormone-secreting glands and associated diseases
epidemiology study of the factors that contribute to determining the distribution and frequency of health-related conditions within a defined human population
gastroenterology study of the stomach and the intestines, as well as their diseases
geriatrics branch of medicine dealing with older individuals and their medical problems
gerontology study of the process of aging and the various problems of older individuals
gynecology study of the female reproductive system and its diseases
hematology study of blood and blood diseases
histology study of the structure ad function of tissues (microscopic anatomy)
immunology study of the body's resistance to disease
neonatology study of newborns and the treatment of their disorders
nephrology study of the structure, function, and diseases of the kidney
neurology study of the nervous system in health and disease
obstetrics branch of medicine dealing with pregnancy and childbirth
oncology study of cancers
ophthalmology study of the eye and eye diseases
orthopedics branch of medicine dealing with the muscular and skeletal systems and their problems
otolaryngology study of the ear, throat, larynx, and their diseases
pathology study of structural and functional changes within the body associated with diseases
pediatrics branch of medicine dealing with children and their diseases
pharmacology study of drugs and their uses in the treatment of diseases
podiatry study of the care and treatment of the feet
psychiatry branch of medicine dealing with the mind and its disordes
radiology study of X rays and radioactive substances, as well as their uses in diagnosing and treating diseases.
toxicology study of poisonous substances and their effects on physiology
urology branch of medicine dealing with the urinary and male reproductive systems and their diseases
Created by: Mrs.SHannon



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