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Unit 1

Abdomino Abdomen
Acro Extremities
Anatom Body Structures
Anter Front
Blast Immature/Embryonic Cell
Caud Tail
Cephal Head
Cyan Blue
Cyt Cell
Dermat Skin
Dist Distant from Origin
Dors Back
Epitheli Epithelial
Eti Cause of Disease
Hist Tissue
Later Side
Leuk White
Medi Middle
Megal Enlarged
Muc Mucus
Pelv Pelvis
Physi Function
Pleur Lung Cavity
Poster Back
Proxim Closer to Origin
Ser Serum or serous membrane
Thorac Chest
Ventro Front
-centesis surgical puncture
-cyte cell
-ia condition
-ist a person who
-itis inflammation
-logist one who studies
-logy the study of
-megaly enlarged
-meter instrument of measure
-metry process of measuring
-osis condition or increased number
-paralysis loss of movement and feeling
-pathy disease
-tic, ous, ic, al adjective endings
-um, y, a, us noun endings
A&P Anatomy and Physiology
AP Anteroposterior
HCl Hydrochloric Acid
LAT Lateral
LLQ Left Lower Quadrant
LUQ Left Upper Quadrant
PA Posteroanterior
RLQ Right Lower Quadrant
RUQ Right Upper Quadrant
Created by: bmaas