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nervoussystem-CF

QuestionAnswer
algesi/o sense of pain
atel/o incomplete
brachi/o arm
cerebell/o cerebellum
cerebr/o cerebrum
crani/o cranium (skull)
dur/o dura
encephal/o brain
esthesi/o feeling, perception, sensation
gangli/o ganglion
gli/o glue
kinesi/o movement
lept/o slender,thin,delicate
medull/o medulla
mening/o meninges
myel/o spinal cord, bone marrow
narc/o stupor, numbing, sleep
neur/o nerve, nervous system
phas/o speech
plex/o network, tangle, braid
poli/o gray matter
pont/o pons
radicul/o nerve roots
tax/o order, coordination
thalam/o thalamus, chamber
thec/o meninges
ton/o tone, tension, pressure
ventricul/o ventricle
-asthenia loss of strength
-algesia, -algia pain
-esthesia feeling, sensation
-kinesia movement
-lepsy seizure
-lexia speech
-paresis slight paralysis
-phasia speech
-plegia paralysis
-plexy stroke, seizure
-praxia action
-taxia coordination
-trophy development, nourishment
Created by: marlenasokana