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05.2 Gastroentero

Suffixes for the Gastroenterology unit.

-ase enzyme
-ate composed of; pertaining to
-ated pertaining to a condition, composed of
-ation a process: being or having
-cele hernia
-centesis procedure to puncture
-cyte cell
-ectomy surgical excision
-emesis vomiting
-ence state of
-entery condition of the intestine
-gen that which produces
-grade pertaining to going
-gram a record or picture
-graphy process of recording
-ia condition; state; thing
-iasis state of; process of
-ice state; quality
-id resembling; source or origin
-in a substance
-ion action; condition
-ist one who specializes in
-itis inflammation of; infection of
-ix a thing
-lith stone
-megaly enlargement
-oid resembling
-oma tumor; mass
-opsy process of viewing
-ory having the function of
-osis condition; abnormal condition; process
-pathy disease; suffering
-plasty process of reshaping by surgery
-post after; behind
-rrhaphy procedure of suturing
-rrhea flow; discharge
-scope instrument used to examine
-scopy process of using an instrument to examine
-sis process; condition; abnormal condition
-stomy surgically created opening
-tion a process; being or having
-tomy process of cutting or making an incision
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