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Terminology Week 2

The ones I didn't know off the bat

alveol/o alveolus
anter/o front
andenoid/o adenoids
bi two
later/o side
-malacia softening
-rrhea discharge, flow
dors/o back
trans- through, across, beyond
dist/o away (from the point of attachment of a body part)
caud/o tail (downward)
per- through
-ia diseased or abnormal state, condition of
-coccus berry shaped (form of bacterium)
para- beside, beyond, around, abnormal
xer/o dry
epi- on, upon, over
strept/o twisted chains
staphyl/o grapelike clusters
rhytid/o wrinkles
pachy/o thick
heter/o other
crypt/o hidden
necr/o death (cells, body)
myc/o fungus
coni/o dust
bi/o life
aut/o self
trich/o hair
hidr/o sweat
kerat/o horny tissue, hard
seb/o sebum (oil)
-ad toward
-ior pertaining to
uni- one
medi/o middle
infer/o below
proxim/o near (the point of attachment of a body part)
ventr/o belly (front)
Created by: eveldhuizen