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Rad Terminology

WTCC Terminology

QuestionAnswer
aden- Gland
angi- vessel
arthr- joint
blephar- eyelid
cardi- heart
cerebr- brain
dermat- skin
-ectomy surgically remove
-enter- intestines
gastr- stomach
gingiv- gum
hepat- liver
-itis inflammation
-malacia soft
megal- enlarged
nephr- kidney
-ologist specialist
-ology study of
-oma tumor
-osis any condition
-otomy cut into, incision
path- disease
plast- surgical repair
rhin- nose
spasm involuntary contraction
-algia pain
cervic- neck
chole- bile
chondr- cartilage
crani- skull
cyan- blue
cyst- sac containing fluid
end- inside, within
hem- blood
hemi- half
hyper- above, more than normal
hypo- under
hyster- uterus
lip- fat
lith- stone
-lysis loosening, destruction
my- muscle
oid- like, resembling
ophthalm- eye
ost- bone
ostomy create opening
Created by: judysmith1959