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MedTerms Week 2

Medical Terminology Week 2

-ectomy surgical removal
-plasty surgical repair
-rrage bleeding
-rrhagia bursting forth
-otomy cutting, surgical incision
-ostomy surgically creating on opening
-rrhapy surgical suturing
arterioscelerosis abnormal hardening of the walls of an artery
colostomy surgical creation of an artificial opening of the colon to the body surface
dys- bad, difficult, painful
-algia pain, painful condition
colotomy surgical incision in the colon
hemorrhage excessive loss of blood
myorrhaphy suturing of a muscle
myorrhexis ruptured muscle
-rrhea flow or discharge
tonsillectomy removal of tonsil
hypertension high blood pressure
neuroplasty surgical repair of a nerve
gastrosis abnormal condition of stomach
hypotension low blood pressure
diarrhea flow of frequent loose watery stool
-itis inflammation
hypo- deficient/decreased
hyper- excessive/increased
dysuria painful urination
neuralgia pain in the nerve
-sclerosis abnormal hardening
-rrhexis rupture
Created by: zeldajae