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Med Term (KUH)

Combined Words Chapters 1 & 2

arthr/itis joint/inflammation
hepat/itis liver/inflammation
hepat/ic liver/pretaining to
sub/hepat/ic pretaining to under(sub) the liver
intra/ven/ous pretaining to within(intra)a vein(ven)
oste/o/arthr/itis bone/joint/inflammation
arthr/o/pathy joint/disease
oste/o/arthr/o/pathy bone/joint/disease
oste/o/pathy bone disease
oste/itis bone inflammation
hepat/o/megaly liver/enlargement
sarc/oma tumor composed of connective tissue
melan/oma black tumor
epitheli/oma tumor complosed of epithelium
lip/oma tumor composed of fat
neo/plasm new growth
my/oma tumor composed of muscle
neur/oma tumor composed of nerve
carcin/oma cancerous tumor
melano/o/carcin/oma cancerous black tumor
rhabd/o/my/o/sarcoma malignant tumor of striated muscle
lei/o/my/oma tumor composed of smooth muscle
rhabd/o/my/oma tumor composed of striated muscle
fibr/oma tumor composed of fiber (fibrous tissue)
lip/o/sarcoma malignant tumor of fat
fibr/o/sarcoma malignant tumor of fiber (fibrous tissue)
aden/oma tumor composed of glandular tissue
aden/o/carcin/oma cancerous tumor composed of glandular tissue
chlor/oma tumor of green color
lei/o/my/o/sarcoma malignant tumor of smooth muscle
cyt/o/genic producing cells
cyt/oid resembling cell
cyt/o/logy study of cells
cyt/o/plasm cell substance
dys/plasia abnormal growth
epitheli/al pretaining to epithelium
erythr/o/cyte RBC Red (blood) cells
erythr/o/cyt/osis increase in the number of red (blood) cells
hist/o/logy study of tissue
hyper/plasia excessive development
hypo/plasia incomplete development
kary/o/cyte cell with a nucleus
kary/o/plasm substance of a nucleus
leuk/o/cyte WBC White (blood) cell
leuk/o/cyt/osis increase in number of white (blood) cells
lip/oid resembling fat
my/o/pathy disease of the muscle
neur/oid resembling a nerve
somat/ic pretaining to the body
somat/o/genic originating in the body
somat/o/pathy disease of the body
somat/o/plasm body substance
system/ic pretaining to a (body) system or body as a whole
viscer/al pretaining to the internal organs
cancer/ous pretaining to cancer
carcin/o/gen substance that causes cancer
carcin/o/genic producing cancer
cyan/osis abnormal condition of blue (bluish discoloration of the skin caued by inadequate supply of oxygen in the blood)
dia/gno/sis state of complete knowledge (identifying a disease)
eti/o/logy study of causes (of disease)
iatr/o/genic produced by a physician (the unexpected results from a treatment prescribed by a physician)
iatr/o/logy study of medicine
meta/stasis beyond control ( transfer of disease from one organ to another, as in the transfer of malignant tumors
neo/pathy new disease
onc/o/genic causing tumors
onc/o/logist a physician who studies and treats tumors
onc/o/logy study of tumors ( a branch of medicine concerned with the study of malignant tumors)
path/o/genic producing disease
path/o/logist a physician who studies diseases ( examines biopsies and performs autopsies to determine the cause of disease or death.
path/o/logy study of disease ( a branch of medicine dealing witht he study of the causes of disease and death)
pro/gno/sis state of before knowledge ( prediction of the outcome of disease)
xanth/o/chrom/ic pretaining to yellow color
xanth/osis abnormal condition of yellow ( discoloration)
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