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-chlorhydria Hydrochloric acid
-crine To secrete
-emesis Vomit
-iasis Abnormal condition, formation of, presence of
-lith Calculus, Stone
-phagia Ingesting, swallowing, eating
-rrhea Discharge, flow
-ase Enzyme
-clysis Irrigation, washing
-pepsia Digestion
-ptysis Spitting
-stalsis Contraction
-stasis Stopping, control
-stenosis Tightening, stricture
-tresia Opening
-orexia Appetite
-blast Embryonic cell
-pandial Pertaining to a meal
-clasis Break,fracture, refracture
-desis Binding, fixation (of a bone or joint)
-malacia Softening
-physics Growth
-plasty Surgical repair
-porosis Porous
-schisis A splitting
-scopy Visual examination
-y Process
-version To turn
-uria Urine
-ule Small
-ula Small
-trophy Nourishment, development
-tripsy Crushing
-toxic Poison
-tomy Incision, cut into
-tome Instrument for cutting
-therapy Treatment
-stomy New opening, forming an opening
-stenosis Stricture; narrowing
-stasis Stopping; control ,standing still
-spasm Involuntary contraction, twitching
-scopy Visual inspection
-scope Instrument for visual examination
-sclerosis Hardening
-rrhexis Rupture
-rrhaphy Suture
-rrhge -rrhagia Burst forth
-ptosis Drooping, prolapse, downward displacement
-pena Breathing
-plegia Paralysis
-plasty Surgical repair
-plasm Formation
-plasia Development; formation, growth
-phonia Sound, voice
-phobia Fear of
-philia Attraction for
-phasia Speach
-phagia Eat swallow
-pexy Fixation; to put in place (of an organ)
-penia Deficiency, decrease
-pathy Disease; emotion
-paresis Partial paralysis
-para To bear (offspring)
-osis Abnormal (morbid) condition, increase (usef primarily with blood cells)
-opia Vision
-oma Tumor
-ole Small
-oud Like,resembling
-mnesia Memory
-meter Instrument for measuring
-metry Act of measuring
-megaly Enlargement
-mania Madness
-lysis Breaking up; separation, destruction
-logy Study of
-logist Specialist in the study of
-kinesis Movement, motion
-itis Inflammation
-ist One who specializes in
-icle Small
-ic Pertaining to
-iasis Abnormal condition
-ia Condition
-graphy Process of recording
-graph Instrument for recording
-gram Record, a writing
-gnosis Knowledge
-genesis -genic Producing,forming, origin
-gen Born or producing
-emia Blood
-ectomy Removal; excision
-ectasis Dilation, stretching, expansion
-dynia Pain
-cyte Cell
-cyesis Pregnancy
-cusis Hearing
-crit To separate
-clysis Injection
-clasis Break, fracture
-cide To kill
-centesis Puncture
-cele Hernia,protrusion, swelling
-capnia Carbon dioxide
-asthenia Weakness
-arche Beginning
-algia Pain
-algesia Pain
Created by: Cbudda13