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-AC, -AL, IC, -ARY, -AR pertaining to, related to, located in
algia pain
centesis surgical puncture to remove fluid
dynia pain
ectomy surgical removal
emesis vomit
emia blood condition
-esis, -ia, -a state or condition, disease
genesis beginning, origin
gram record
graph instrument that records
graphy process of recording
ician one who
ictal seizure,attack
-ist, -ologist a specialist in
-ites, -itis inflammation
-logy science, study of
-lysis, -lytic destroy, dissolution, separation
malacia sftening
megaly enlargement
oma tumor
plasty surgical repair
pnea breathing
-rrhage, -rrhagia excessive flow
-rrhaphy suturing in place
-rrhea flow or discharge
rrhexis rupture
sarcoma malignant tumor
sclerosis hardening
scope instrument for examining
scopy visual
oxia oxygen
paresis slight paralysis
pathy disease
penia deficient, lack of
stenosis narrowing
stomy surgical opening
tomy cutting, incision
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