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HCP 101 part 2

jessica valenzuela

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aden/o gland
adip/o fat
anter/o before, front
caud/o lower part of body, tail
cephal/o head
cyt/o, -cyte cell
end-, endo- in, within, inside
exo- out of, outside, away from
hist/o, histi/o tissue
-ologist specialist
-ology the science or study of
path/o, -pathy disease, suffering, feeling, emotion
plas/I, plast/o, plasia- development, growth, formation
poster/o behind, toward the back
-stasis, -static control, maintenance of a constant level
spondyl/o vertebrae, vertebral column, backbone
synovi/o, synov/o synovial membrane, synovial fluid
-um singular noun ending
-lysis loosening or setting free
myel/o spinal cord, bone marrow
oss/e, oss/I, ost/o. oste/o bone
scoli/o curved, bent
ankyl/o crooked, bent, stiff
arthr/o joint
chondr/I, chondr/o cartilage
cost/o rib
crani/o skull
-desis to bind, tie together
kyph/o bent, hump
lord/o curve, swayback bent
bi- twice, double, two
-cele hernia, tumor, swelling
dys- bad, difficult, or painful
fasci/o fascia, fibrous band
fibr/o fibrous tissue, fiber
-ia abnormal condition, disease, plural of -ium
-ic pertaining to
kines/o, kinesi/o movement
my/o muscle
-plegia paralysis, stroke
-rrhexis rupture
tax/o coordination, order
te/o. tend/o, tendin/o tendon, stretch out, extend, strain
ton/o tone, stretching, tension
tri- three
Created by: jessica8653