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A&P - MT (d-h)

Medical Terminology (d-h)

dent- tooth
derm(o), dermat(o) skin
dipl(o) double, twofold
dors(o) back
dys- difficult, abnormal, bad, painful
-ectomy excision, removal, to cut out
-emia blood condition
encephal(o) brain, inside the head
end(o)- inside, internal, within
enter(o) intestine
epi- outer, upon
erythr(o) red
eu- normal, well, good
extra- outside, beyond
gastr(o) stomach
-genic producing, originating, forming
ger(o) old age
gingiv(o) gum, gums
gloss(o) tongue
gluc(o) and glyc(o) sugar, sugary, sweet
-gram picture, graph, record
-graph recording instrument
hemo-, hema-, hemat(o) blood
hemi- half
hepat(o) liver
hidr(o) sweat, sweat glands
hist(o) tissue
homo- same, alike, similar
hydro- water, fluid, liquid
hyper- excessive, high, above, upward
hypo- deficient, low, below, down, under
hyster(o) uterus, womb
Created by: harrisonk102