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Medical Term

-al Pertaining to
-ase Enzyme
-blast Budding
-centesis Surgical Puncture
-cidal Causing Death
-clast Broken
-crit To Separate
-cyte Cell
-ectomy Excision or Surgical Removal
-emia Blood Condition
-emesis Vomiting
-gen,genesis,genic Something Written
-gila Glue
-gram Producing
-ia Conditions of, Diseased or Abnormal State
-iac, -ic, -ion Pertaining to
-ism State of
-itia,-itis Inflammation
-logy Study of
-lyte Dissolvable
-lytic Destroy, Reduce
-mania Madness or Insane Desire
-megaly Enlargement
-meter Instrument used to Measure
-odia Smell
-ologist One who Studies and Practices
-oma Tumor or Swelling
-opia Vision
-opsy To view
-orrhea Flow, Excessive Discharge
-orrhexis Rupture
-osis Abnormal Increase in Production
-ostomy Creation of an Artificial Opening
-otomy Cut Into or Incision
-oxia Oxygen
-pathy Disease
-sclerosis Hardening
-scope Instrument used fro Visual Examination
-scopy Visual Examination
-sepsis Infection
-spasm Sudden Involuntary Muscle Contractions
-stasis Control or Stop
-tomy Cutting
-tropic Influencing
Created by: kenzieraye13