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3 Med-Term


cutane/o,dermat/o,derm/o skin
adip/o, lip/o, steat/o fat
hidr/o, sudor/o sweat
ichthy/o dry, scaly
cyan/o blue
melan/o black
kerat/o horny tissue, hard; cornea
myc/0 fungus (plural, fungi)
onych/o nail
pil/o, trich/o hair
scler/o hardening; sclera (white of eye)
seb/o sebaceous
squam/o scale
leuk/o white
erythr/o red
-derma skin
-oid resembling
-phoresis carrying, transmission
-plasty surgical repair
onych/o/malacia softening of the nails
cry/o/therapy treatment with cold
seb/o/rrhea discharge or flow of sebum
sub/cutane/ous pertaining to under the skin
cyan/osis abnormal condition of the blue (skin)
sudor/esis condition of sweat
onych/o/malacia softening of a nail
leuk/o/cyte white cell
melan/o/cyte black cell
homo/graft or allo/graft transplantation of same
carcin/oma tumor (composed of) cancer
py/o/derma skin (condition associated) with pus
seb/o/rrhea discharge or flow of sebum
Created by: Mrs. Stribling