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chapter 1 Med term &

chapter 1 Med term & Anatomy

gloss/o tongue
bi two
lingu/o tongue
al pertaining to
sub under
arthr/0 joint
algia pain of
gastr/o stomach
tomy cutting
hepat/o liver
itis inflammation
ophthalm/o eye
scope instrument to view
ot/o ear
logy study of
rhin/o nose
plasty surgical forming, repair
icle small, tiny
is` structure, thing
ole small, tiny
ule small, tiny
um structure thing, membrane
y condition, process of
cut/o skin
hypo under
derm/o skin
arteri/o artery
ven/o vein
endo within
cardi/o heart
poly many, much
dactyl/o digtius (finger, toe)
ac pertaining to
al pertaining to
ar pertaining to
ary pertaining to
cervic/o neck
valvul/o valve
coron/o heart, crown
eal pertaining to
ic pertaining to
ous pertaining to
cele herniation
dynia pain
emia blood condition
ia conditon
malacia softening
megaly enlargement
oma tumor
osis abnormal condition
pathy disease process
ptosis prolapse, dropping
rrhage, rrhagia bursting forth
rrhea to flow, discharge
rrhexis rupture
sclerosis abnormal conditioning of hardening
stenosis abnormal conditioning of narrowing
centesis surgical punture
desis binding
ectomy cutting out
graphy recording
graph record
metry measure
opsy veiwing
pexy suspension
plasty surgical fomring
rrhaphy suturing
scopy view
Created by: Kathy Powell