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Medical Terminology

Integumentary & Digestive Terms: Skin Hair Sweat Glands Nails

RootDefinition/Med Term
CUTIS SKIN (CUTITIS: SKIN INFLAMMATION)
DENT TEETH (DENTIFORM: TOOTHLIKE)
DERMA SKIN (DERMATOLOGY: SKIN, STUDY OF)
HAPSIA TOUCH (PARAPSIA: TOUCH DISORDER)
ODONT TEETH (ODONTOPRISIS: TEETH GRINDING)
ONCO TUMOR (ONCOLOGY: TUMORS, STUDY OF)
ONYCHIA NAIL BEDS (ONYCHITIS: NAIL BEDS INFLAMMATION)
PEDICULAR LICE (PEDICULOSIS: LICE, CONDITION OF)
PRURIGO ITCHING (PRURITIS: ITCHING INFLAMMATION)
PSORA ITCH (PSORIASIS: ITCH, CONDITION OF)
SARCO FLESH (SARCOLYSIS: FLESH DECOMPOSING)
SCLERO HARD (SCLEROGENOUS: HARDENING TISSUE)
SQUAMA SCALY (SQUAMOUS: SCALELIKE)
TRICHO HAIR (TRICHOID: HAIRLIKE)
CHOLE BILE; GALLBLADDER (CHOLECYSTECTOMY: GALLBLADDER EXCISION
COLON LARGE INTESTINE (COLITIS: LARGE INTESTINE INFLAMMATION)
EMESIS VOMITING (EMETIC: PRODUCES VOMIT)
ENTERO INTESTINE (ENTERITIS: INTESTINAL INFLAMMATION)
GASTRO STOMACH (GASTRITIS: STOMACH INFLAMMATION)
GLOSSO TONGUE (GLOSSOPATHY: TONGUE DISEASE)
HEPAT LIVER (HEPATITIS: LIVER INFLAMMATION)
ILE ILEUM; LAST 3 SECTIONS OF THE SMALL INTESTINE (ILEITIS: ILEUM INFLAMMATION)
LAPARO ABDOMEN (LAPAROTOMY: ABDOMEN INCISION)
MYXO MUCUS (MYXOMA: MUCUS TUMOR)
PROCTO ANUS, RECTUM (PROCTOLOGY: STUDY OF DISEASES OF THE COLON, ANUS, RECTUM)
PYLORO PYLORUS: holds food in the stomach until it is adequately digested and ready to enter the small intestines; GATEKEEPER (PYLOROSTENOSIS: PYLORIC NARROWING)
STOMA OPENING; MOUTH in reference to an artificial opening, like a surgical opening such as the stoma of a colostomy (STOMATITIS: MOUTH INFLAMMATION)
VISCERO BODY ORGANS (VISCEROMEGALY: ENLARGED ABDOMINAL ORGANS)
Created by: EMILY RUTH