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MT *Suffixes

able/ible capable of
ac/al/an/ar/ary/eal/ic/ive/tic pertaining to
ase enzyme
algia pain
cele hernia
centesis procedure to aspirate fluid
ectasia/ectasis dilation
ectomy excision or removal
edema swelling
emesis vomiting
emia blood
genic/genesis beginning/producing
gram record
graph instrument for recording
graphy process of recording
ia/iasis condition
ism condition
ist one who
itis inflammation
ium membrane
kinesia/kinesis movement/motion
logist specialist
logy study of
lysis loosening/freeing/breaking apart/destroying
lytic pertaining to destruction
malacia softening
mania preoccupation
megaly enlargement
meter instrument to measure
metry process of measuring
oid resembling
oma tumor
opia vision
ose sugar
osis condition
ous pertaining to/characterized by
pathy disease or abnormality
penia deficiency
pexy surgical fixation
phagia/gic/gy eating/swallowing
phasia speech
phobia abnormal fear
plasty surgical repair
plegia paralysis
rrhage/rrhagia excessive flow or discharge
rrhaphy suture
rrhea flow or discharge
rrhexis rupture
sclerosis hardening
scopy examination with an instrument
spasm twitching
stasis stopping
stomy forming of an opening
tome an instrument for cutting
tomy incision (cutting into)
tripsy surgical crushing
trophic/trophy nutrition
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