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Chapter 3

Medical terminology

a, an no, without, lack of, apart
anti, contra against
auto self
brachy short
brady slow
cac, mal bad
dia through
dys pain, abnormal, bad
eu normal, good
ex, exo out, away from
hetero different
homeo similar, same, likeness, constant
hydro water
micro small
oligo scanty, little
pan all
psuedo false
sym, syn together, with
ab away from
ad toward, near, to
ante before, forward
cata down
circum, peri around
endo within, inner
epi upon, above, over
ex out, away from
extra outside, beyond
hyper above, beyond, excessive
hypo below, under, deficient
inter between
intra within, into
meso middle
para beside, alongside
retro backward
sub below, under, beneath
supra above, beyond, superior
ambi both
bi two, double
bin twice, two
centi one hundredth
deca ten
di(s) two apart
milli one thousandth
mono one
multi many, much
nulli none
poly many
primi first
quadri four
semi, hemi half
tri three
uni one
Created by: KWOLF1