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Chpt 8


epiglott(o) epiglottis
laryng(o) larynx
nas(o), rhin(o) nose
palat(o) palate
pharyng(o) pharynx
sin(o), sinus(o) sinus
alveol(o) alveoli
apic(o) apex
bronch(o), bonchi(o) bronchi
lacrim(o) tears (as in crying)
lob(o) lobe
mediastin(o) mediastinum
pleur(o) pleura
pneum(o) lungs or air
pneumon(o), pulm(o) pulmon(o) lungs
thorac(o) chest
trache(o) trachea
acid(o) acid
alkal(o) alkaline, basic
oxi(o) oxygen
phas(o) speech
phon(o) voice
spir(o) to breathe
-ation process
-capnia carbion dioxide
-pnea breathing
-ptysis spitting
anthrac(o) coal
atel(o) imperfect or incomplete
coni(o) dust
embol(o) embolus
fibr(o) fiber or fibrous
thromb(o) thrombus
meta- change; next, as in a series
-ation process
-pnea breathing
-ptosis prolapse
-ptysis spitting
-stenosis narrowing
Created by: kmbaierl