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Senior Med Term Chap

med term

TermDefinition
aden gland
adren adrenal gland
adrenal adrenal gland
crin secrete
gylc sugar
glycos sugar
oophor ovary
orchi testes
ovari ovary
pancreat pancreas
parathryoid parathyroid gland
pineal pituitary gland
testicul testes
thym thymus gland
thyr thyroid gland
thyroid thyroid gland
acr extremities
carcin cnacer
cyt cell
opthalm eye
toxic poison
al pertaining to
an partaining to
ar pertaining to
centesis puncture to withdraw fluid
cyte cell
dipsia thirst
ectomy surgical removal
edema swelling
emia blood condition
ic pertaining to
ism state of, condition
itis inflammation
logist one who studies
logy study of
malacia softening
megaly enlarged
oid resembling
oma tumor
osis abnormal condition
otomy cutting into
pathy disease
pexy surgical fixation
plasty surgical repair
rrhexis rupture
uria urine condition
endo within
ex outward
hypo insufficient
poly many,much
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