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a, ac, al pertaining to
algia pain
ase enzyme
centre puncture
cide causing death
dipsia thurst
emesis vomit
emia blood
esthesia sensation
genesis origin
gram pictures
ia a disease
iasis abnormal condition
ism state of
itis inflamation
lysis destruction
malacia softening
megaly enlarged
oid like, similar
ologist speacialist
ology study of
oma tumor
orrhagia hemorrhage
orrhea flow
osis condition of
ostomy surgical opening
pathy disease
penia deficiency
phobia fear
plasty surgical repair
plegia stroke, paralysis
pnea breathing
ptosis drooping down
sclerosis hardening
scope picture, inspection
stasis stoppage
toxic poisonous
trophy development, growth
uria urine
aden gland
angio blood vessel
arterio artery
arthro joint
carcin cancer
cardio heart
cephal head
cerebro brain
chem drug
chole gall, bile
colo colon
costo ribs
cranio skull
entero intestine
epidemi among the people
erythro red
gastro stomach
gingiva gum
gloss tongue
glyco sugar
hepat liver
hemo blood
hydro water
hystero uterus
leuko white
lingua tongue
mamm, mast breast
myelo bone marrow
myo muscle
nephro, ren kidney
neuro nerve
ocul, ophthal eye
oophor, ovario ovary
odont, dent tooth
osteo bone
oto ear
ped, pod foot
phleb vein
pneumo, pulm lung
psych mind, soul
rhin nose
salpingo tube
thorac thorax, chest
trach trachea
albin white
encephalo brain
litho stone
hom same
oo egg
septic infection
stric narrowing
viscera organ
anatomy the study of the structure and shape of the body and body parts and their relationships to one another
Physiology the study of how the body and its parts work or function
atoms tiny building blocks of matter, combine to form molecules such as water, sugar, and proteins
cells the smallest units of all living things
tissues consist of groups of simular cells that have a common function
organ system is a group of organs that cooperate to accomplish a common purpose
organism an individual living thing
integumentary system the external covering of the body
skeletal system consists of bones, cartilages, ligaments, and joints
muscular system organ system consisting of skeletal muscles and their connective tissue attachments
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