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NUR100 Suffix

Nursing 100

-scopy process of visual examination
-opsy to view
-ptosis falling, drooping, prolapse
-scope an instrument to visually examine
-pathy disease condition
-lysis breakdown, destruction, seperation
-ism condition, process
-plasty surgical repair
-emia blood condition
-ion process
-ist specialist
-osis condition, usually abnormal
-stasis stopping, controlling
-graphy process of recording
-centesis surgical procedure to remove fluid
-sis state of
-sclerosis hardening
-algia pain
-penia deficiency
-logy study of
-oma tumor or mass
-therapy treatment
-cele hernia
-gram record
-stomy opening to form a mouth (stoma)
-al pertaining to
-megaly enlargement
-ac pertaining to
-phobia fear
-cyte cell
-itis inflammation
-ole little or small
-globin protein
-ia condition
-ic pertaining to
-genic produced by or produced in
-tomy cutting into
-ectomy cutting out, removal of
-y condition or process
-trophy development, nourishment
Created by: jennilicia