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MCC Med Term Final

MCC Med Term Unit 1 & 2 Test

hyster- uterus/womb
-ectomy surgical removal
hypo- below
glyc sugar
-emia blood condition
oste/o bone
-oma tumor
hydro- water
nephr/o kidney
-osis abnormal condition
pneumo- air, lung
encephal within the head
-gram record
chole- gall, bile
cysto sac, bladder
-graphy creating a record
oste/o bone
por porous, brittle
-osis abnormal condition
arthr- joint
-itis inflammation
hemo- blood
-rrhage sudden flow
infra under
post after
anti against
ad towards
peri around
super above
bi two
hypo below
pseudo false
dia through
my muscle
oste bone
path disease
cost rib
hepat liver
lith stone
cyst sac
nephr kidney
gastr stomach
py pus
plasty reconstruction
scopy instrument exam
oid resembling
itis inflammation
oma tumor
iasis presence of
cele enlargement
pathy disease
centesis puncture
ectomy to cut out
Created by: RoPray