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Sufix 2

Medical Terminology Sufix

TermDefinition
-a No, not, without
-ad Toward
-al Pertaining to
-algia Pain
-cele Hernia
-centesis Surgical puncture to remove fluid
-cyst Bladder, Cyst
-cyte Cell
-cytes Cell
-cytes Cells
-derm Skin
-desis Binding, Fusion
-dynia Pain
-ea Pertaining to
-eal Pertaining to
-ectomy Excision, surgical removal or cutting out
-ectomy Excision
-edema Swelling
-emesis Vomiting
-emia Condition of the blood
-genesis Producing, forming
-gram A record
-graphy Process of recording
-ia Condition
-ic Pertaining to
-ism Condition
-ist The one who
-itis Inflammation
-ium Membrane
-lith Stone, Calculus
-logic Pertaining to the science or study of
-logical Pertaining to the science or study of
-logist One who studies; specialist
-logy Study or science of
-lysis Destroying
-lysis Process of destroying
-malacia Abnormal softening
-megaly Enlargement
-metry Process of measuring
-neo New
-nulli None
-oid Resembling
-oma Tumor
-opia Vision
-osis Condition
-ous Pertaining to
-pathy Disease
-pexy Surgical fixation
-plasty Surgical, repair
-pnea Breathing
-poiesis Production
-ptosis Prolapse
-rraphy Suture
-rrhea Flow, Discharge
-scope Instrument used for viewing
-spasm Twitching, cramp
-therapy Treatment
-tomy Incision, cutting into tissue
-toxic Poison
-tripsy Surgical crushing
-y Condition
Created by: villanuc