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Medical Terms 6

physio- nature i.e. physiology
bucc(o)- cheek i.e. buccodistal
palpebr- eyelid i.e. palpebral
plasia- development; growth i.e. hypoplasia
aur- ear i.e. aural atresia
acoust(l)- hearing; sound i.e. acoustic neuroma
colp(o)- hollow; vagina i.e. colpectasia
phon- voice; sound i.e. aphonia
leio- smooth i.e. leiodermia
cor- heart i.e. accretio cordis
ren- kidney i.e. renicardiac
orchi- testis i.e. orchialgia
glyco- sweet; sugar i.e. glycogen
encephal- brain i.e. encephalopathy
thalam- inner chamber i.e. thalamocortical
plexus- braid; interweaving; network i.e. cardiac plexus
cilia eyelash i.e. mucociliary escalator
dendr- tree; branching (as in nervous system) i.e. dendriceptor
phleb- vein i.e. phlebangioma
pilo- hair i.e. pilomotor
histo- tissue i.e. histogenesis
stoma- mouth; opening i.e. stomatitis
tympan- eardrum or its enclosure i.e. tympanohyal
umbilic- navel i.e. umbilical cord
Created by: kross12