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Medical Terminology

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onc(o) means tumor. is its combining form. For example, _____ study tumors and cancer
opthalm(o) means eye. is its combining form. For example, _____ refers to a medical professional who studies eyes and sight.
oste(o) means bone. is its combining form. For example, _____ is the thinning and loss of bone over time.
path(o) means disease. is its combining form. For example, _____ is the study of disease
pharmac(o) means drug or medication. is its combining form. For example, _____ is the study of drugs and medication
phleb(o) means veins. is its combining form. For example, _____ are healthcare professionals who draw blood from veins
physi(o) means nature, origin, or function. is its combining form. For example, _____ is the study of the function of living organisms
pulmon(o) means lungs. is its combining form. For example, _____ embolism is a blockage in an artery leading to the lung
thoraci(c) means chest. is its combining form. For example, thoracic means relating to the chest
Created by: rleroux