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Circulatory System

anti- prefix aganist, opposite
dys- prefix poor, painful, difficult
a-, an- prefix not, without
cardi- BFN heart
atri- BFN atrium
ventricul- BFN ventricle
aorta- BFN aorta
arteri- BFN artery
capillar- BFN cappillary
phleb-ven- BFN vein
angi-vascul- BFN vessel
hemat-, hem BFN blood
blast- BFN embryonic cell
kary- BFN nucleus
cyt- BFN cell
thromb- BFN clot
sphygm- BFN pulse
splen- BFN spleen
path- BFN disease
phil- BFN love, affinity
phob- BFN fear, aversion
erythr- BFA red
leuk- BFA white
cyan- BFA blue
plas-, plast- BFV to form, to shape
sta- BFV to stop, to control
-ac SFA pertaining to
-t SFA instrument, agent, device
-emia ([h]em/ia) TFN blood condition
-kinesis (kine/sis), -kinesia (kine/sia), -cinesia (cine/sia) TFN movement
-sclerosis (scler/o/sis) TFN hardening
-megaly (megal/y) TFN enlargement
-cele (cel/e) TFN swelling, herniation
-penia (pen/ia) TFN deficiency
-plegia (pleg/ia) TFN paralysis, stroke
-ptosis (pto/sis) TFN prolapse, sagging
-rrhexis (rrhex/is) TFN rupture
-rrhagia (rrhag/ia) TFN discharge
-sepsis (sep/sis) TFN infection
-centesis (cente/sis) TFN surgical puncture
-clysis (cly/sis) TFN irrigation, washing
-pexy (pex/y) TFN fixation, attachment
-piesis (pie/sis) TFN pressure
-plasty (plast/y) TFN sugrical repair
-rrhaphy (rrhaph/y) TFN suture
-trophy (troph/y), -trophia (troph/ia) TFN development
Created by: meaghan-mercer