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zchapter 6 digestive sys terms

word partmeaning
chol-e bile, gall
cholecyst-o gall bladder
choledoch-o dile duct
col-o colon
colon-o colon
dent-o teeth
odont-o teeth
duoden-o 1st part of the small intestine
jejun-o 2nd part of the small intestine
ile-o 3rd part of the small intestine
esphag-o esophagus
gastr-o stomach
gingiv-o gums
gloss-o tongue
lingu-o tongue
hepat-o liver
or-o mouth
stomato-o mouth
pancreat-o pancreas
proct-o anus, rectum
ptyal-o saliva
sial-o salivary glands
rect-o rectum
sigmoid-o sigmoid colon
hemat-o blood
lith-o stone, calculus
maxill-o upper jaw bone
orth-o striaght
-ectomy excision, removal
-tomy to cut
-tome instrument
-rrhaphy suture
-rrhea slow discharge
-stomy cutting a new opening
-emesis vomiting
-iasis specifed abnormal condition
-osis increase, abnormal
-pepsia digestion
-phagia swallowing, eating
-scope instrument used for exam
-scopy visual exam
-stenosis stricture, narrowing
ab from, away from
hyper excessive, above normal
hypo deficient, below normal
sub under, below
-ism condition
-ics pertaining to
-orexia appetite
-prandial meal
cyst-o blabber
Created by: sistermary789