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Veterinary Medical

Veterinary medical terms - suffixes

QuestionAnswer
ac, al, ic, ous, tic pertaining to, relating to
algia pain
ate having, resembling
centesis surgical puncture to remove fluid
cle, cule, ole, ola small
cyte cell
ectomy cutting out
emesis vomit
emia blood condition
ent,er person or agent
esis, ia, iasis condition or state
form, oid resembling, shapeded
genesis development, orgin
gram, graphy record, written record
graph instrument that records
ible, ile capable, able
itis inflammation of
ize use, subjet to
logy study of
oma tumor
penia lack of, deficiency of
phobia abnormal fear
plasia forming, growing, changing
rrhea flow or discharge
rrhexis rupture
scope instrument for
scopy act of examining
ostomy surical opening
tomy cut, inscission
plasty surgical repair
pathy disease of particular organ
osis condition of organ
Created by: Susancrank