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KINE 306 MT (1-60)

a- no, not, without, away from, negative
ab- away from, negative, absent
abdomin/o abdomen
abras/o rub or scrape off
abrupt/o broken away from
abscess/o collection of pus, going away
absorpt/o suck up, suck in
acetabul/o acetabulum (hip socket)
acous/o,acoust/o hearing, sound
acromi/o acromion, point of shoulder blade
acu/o sharp, severe, sudden
acuit/o, acut/o sharp, sharpness
ad- toward, to, in the direction of
aden/o gland
adhes/o stick to, cling to
adip/o fat
adren/o, adrenal/o adrenal glands
alg/e, algi/o, alg/o, algesi/o relationship to pain
-algesia, -algesic painful, pain sense
-algia pain, painful condition
align/o bring into line or correct position
alveol/o alveolus, air sac, small sac
ambi- both sides, around or about, double
ambul/o, ambulat/o walk
amput/o, amputat/o cut away, cut off a part of the body
an- no, not, without
angi/o blood or lymph vessel
angin/o angina, choking, strangling
ankyl/o crooked, bent, stiff
ante- before, in front of
anter/o before, front
anti- against
aort/o aorta
ap- toward, to
ap-, apo- separation, away from, opposed, detached
aponeur/o aponeurosis (type of tendon)
append/o, appendic/o appendix
arter/o, arteri/o artery
arthr/o joint
articul/o joint
attenuat/o diluted, weakened
aur/i, aur/o ear, hearing
aut/o self
axill/o armpit
bi- twice, double, two
bifurcat/o divide or fork into two branches
-blast embryonic, immature, formative element
blephar/o eyelid
brachi/o arm
brachy- short
brady- slow
brev/i, brev/o short
bronch/i, bronchi/o, bronch/o bronchial tube, bronchus
burs/o bursa, sac of fluid near joint
calcane/o calcaneus, heel bone
calcul/o stone, little stone
call/i, callos/o hard, hardened and thickened
calor/i heat
capit/o head
cardi/o, card/o heart
Created by: mstout



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