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Medical Terminology


blasto dividing
blastocyst Dividing cell or first two weeks of the developing embryo.
intra within
intracellular Pertaining to within the cell.
centro central
centromere Central part or a junction that holds the two chromatids together to form a chromosome.
endo inside
endoplasmic Pertaining to something inside.
co together
coordinate action together
coordination arranged action together
epi upon
epithelium Structure upon or tissue that covers surfaces or lines cavities.
peri around
periosteum Tissue around the bone
syn together
syovial Pertaining to together or pertaining to synovial fluid and synovial membrane.
hyper excessive
hypertrophy Excessive development or an increase in size, but not in number, of an individual tissue element.
epigastric Pertaining to above stomach or abdominal region below the stomach.
hypo below
hypogastric Pertaining to below the stomach or abdominal region below the stomach.
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