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HCP101 part3

more terms

TermDefinition
cutane/o skin
derm/o, dermat/o skin
hidr/o sweat
hirsut/o hairy, rough
kerat/o horny. hard
lip/o fat, lipid
melan/o black, dark
myc/o fungus
onych/o fingernail or toenail
pil/I, pil/o hair
py/o pus
rhytid/o wrinkle
seb/o sebum
urtic/o rash, hives
xer/o dry
anti- against
carcin/o cancerous
immun/o immune, protection, safe
lymph/o lymph, lymphatic tissue
lymphaden/o lymph node, gland
lymphangi/o lymph vessel
neo-, ne/o new, strange
-oma tumor, neoplasm
onc/o tumor
phag/o eat, swallow
-plasm formative material of cells
sarc/o flesh, connective tissue
splen/o spleen
-tic pertaining to
tox/o poison, poisonous
caus/o burning. burn
cerebr/o cerebrum brain
concuss/o shaken together, violently agitated,
contus/o bruise
encephal/o brain
-esthesia sensation feeling
esthet/o feeling, nervous, sensations, dense of perception
-graphy the process of producing a picture or record
menig/o membranes, meninges
neur/I, neur/o nerve, nerve tissue
phobia abnormal fear
psycho mind
radicul/o root or nerve root
tropic having an affinity for
blephar/o eyelid
-cusis hearing
irid/o iris, colored part of eye
kerat/o horny, hard, cornea
myring/o tympanic membrane, eardrum
opthalm/o eye, vision
-opia vision condition
opt/o eye, vision
ot/o ear, hearng
phak/o lens of eye
presby/o old age
retin/o retina, net
scler/o sclera, white of eye, hard
trop/o turn change
tympan/o tympanic membrane, eardrum
myel/o spinal cord, bone marrow
Created by: AngelRR