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Med Term Rice Ch2

Medical Terminology Jane Rice Chapter 2

TermDefinition
asthenia weakness
ion process
itis inflammation
malacia softening
megaly large, enlargement
pathy disease, emotion
penia deficiency
pepsia to digest
phobia fear
rrhexis rupture
al pertaining to
ar pertaining to
ate use, action
ia condition
ize to make, to treat
oid resemble
or one who
ose pertaining to
ous pertaining to
trophy nourishment
um tissue, structure
ician specialist
ist specialist
iatry treatment
esis (enuresis) condition
ia condition
ism condition
osis condition
ior pertaining to
tic pertaining to
ile pertaining to
algesia condition of pain
ant forming
ase enzyme
cide to kill
blast immature cell, germ cell
crit to separate
cuspid point
cyst bladder, sac
er on who, relating to
drome that which runs together
ide having a particular quality
lymph clear fluid, serum, pale fluid
phil attraction
stasis control, stop, stand still
uria urination, condition of urine
cle small, minute
icle small, minute
ole small, minute
ula small, minute
ule small, minute
betes to go
derma skin
phasia to speak, speech
phagia to eat, to swallow
pnea breathing
ptosis drooping, prolapse, sagging
ptysis spitting
rrhage bursting forth (hemorrhage)
rrhea flow, discharge
centesis surgical puncture
ectomy surgical excision, surgical removal
gram weight, mark, record
graph instrument for recording
graphy recording
pheresis remove
stomy new opening
plasia formation, produce
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