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Med term

Chapter 8

An/o Anus
Append/o Appendix
Bar/o Weight
Bucco/o Cheek
Cec/o Cecum
Chol/o Bile
Cholangi/o Bile duct
Cholecyst/o Gall bladder
Choledoch/o Common bile duct
Cerrh/o Yellow
Col/o Colon
Dent/o Tooth
Diverticul/o Pouch
Duoden/o Duodenum
Gingiv/o Gums
Gloss/o Tongue
Hepat/o Liver
Jejun/o Jejunum
Labi/o Lip
Lapar/o Abdomen
Lingu/o Tongue
Lith/o Stone
Odont/o Tooth
Or/o Mouth
Palat/o Palate
Pancreate Pancreas
Proct/o Anus and rectum
Pylor/o Pylorus
Pry/o Fire
Sigmoid/o Sigmoid colon
Ven/o Vein
-emesis Vomiting
-lithiasis Condition of stones
-orexia Appetite
-pepsia Digestion
-prandial A meal
-ptosis Drooping
-tripsy Surgical crushing
Post- After
Buccolabial Pertaining to cheeks and lips
Cholecystic Pertaining to gall bladder
Colorectal Pertaining to colon and rectum
Esophageal Pertaining to the esophagus
Glossal Pertaining to the tongue
Bradypepsia Slow digestion
Cholecystalgia Pain in gall bladder
Dysorexia Abnormal appetite
Pharyngoplegia Paralysis of the throat muscle
Cholelithiasis Condition of stones in bile
Created by: Any wadsworth