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KINE 306 MT(181-240)

TermDefinition
lipid/o, lip/o fat, lipid
-listhesis slipping
lux/o to slide
-lysis breakdown, separation, destruction, loosening
macro- large, abnormal size or length, long
-malacia abnormal softening
maxim/o largest, greatest
meat/o opening or passageway
metacarp/o metacarpals, bones of the hand
metatars/o bones of the foot between the tarsus and toes
micr/o, micro- small
mid- middle
midsagitt/o from front to back, at the middle
minim/o smallest, least
minor/o smaller
mission to send
mono- one, single
multi- many, much
muscul/o muscle
my/o muscle
myel/o spinal cord, bone marrow
myocardi/o myocardium, heart muscle
nas/i, nas/o nose
-necrosis tissue death
nephr/o kidney
obliqu/o slanted, sideways
occipit/o back of the skull, occiput
ocul/o eye
olecran/o elbow, olecranon
-oma tumor, neoplasm
ophthalm/o eye, vision
opt/i, opt/o, optic/o eye, vision
orbit/o orbit, bony cavity or socket
orth/o straight, normal, correct
oste/o, ost/o bone
pall/o, pallid/o pale, lacking or drained of color
palpat/o touch, feel, stroke
paralys/o, paralyt/o disable
paresi partial or incomplete paralysis
pariet/o wall
patell/a, patell/o patella, kneecap
pector/o chest
ped/o child, foot
pedi/a child
pelv/i, pelv/o pelvic bone, pelvic cavity, hip
peri- surrounding, around
perone/o fibula
phag/o eat, swallow
phalang/o phalanges, finger and toe
pharyng/o throat, pharynx
phleb/o vein
physi/o, physic/o nature, physical
plan/o flat
plant/i, plant/o sole of foot
plex/o plexus, network
plic/o fold or ridge
pneum/o, pneumon/o lung, air
pod/o foot
pollic/o thumb
poly- many
Created by: mstout
 

 



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