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Haney MedTerm Ch. 4

Diseases and Disorders

Cancer(o) Cancer
Carcin(o) Cancer
Lith(o) Stone or Calculus
Onc(o) Tumor
-cele Hernia
-emia Condition of the blood
-ia Condition
-iasis Condition
-itis Inflammation
-lith Stone or Calculus
-mania Excessive preoccupation
-maniac A person who shows excessive preoccupation
-oma Tumor
-osis Condition
-pathy Disease
-phobia Abnormal fear
-ptosis Prolapse (sagging)
Cyt(o) Cell
gen(o) Origin
Kinesi(o) Movement
Leps(o) Seizure
lys(o) Destruction
Megal(o) Large
Path(o) Disease
Phag(o) Ingest
Phas(o) Speech
Plas(o) Development
Plast(o) Repair
Pleg(o) Paralysis
Scler(o) Hard
Scop(o) To view
Troph(o) Nutrition
-megaly Enlargement
-plasia Formation or development
-sclerosis Hardening of
-scope Instrument used for viewing
Bi(o) Life or living
Hist(o) Tissue
Rhin(o) Nose
My(o) Muscle
Created by: mhtgroup