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Medical: #02

SUFFIXES: Grammatical / Adjective

TermDefinition
-ac Pertaining to the heart
-ad Pertaining to the head
-al Pertaining to the presence at birth
-ar Pertaining to the muscles
-ary Pertaining to the skin (a covering)
-ic Pertaining to a normal appearance of the head as used in the objective description during a physical examination
-ile Pertaining to the penis
-ior Pertaining to a surface or part situated toward the front of the body
-ose Pertaining to a feeling of greatness
-ous Pertaining to an abnormal condition in which the body tissues contain an accumulation of fluid
-tic Pertaining to an abnormal condition of the skin and mucous membranes caused by oxygen deficiency in the blood
-us Pertaining to a bedsore
-y Pertaining to a lack of normal tone or tension
Created by: proflyer