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Suffixes

TermDefinition
Phobia Fear
Plasia Abnormal Formation
Plasty Surgical Repair
Plegia Paralysis
Pnea Breath, Respiration
Poiesis Producing
Porosis Porous Condition
Ptosis Downward displacement
Rrhage Flowing Forth
Rrhaphy Suture
Rrhea Discharge
Rrhexix Rupture
Sclerosis Hardness
Scope Device for viewing
Scopy Act of viewing
Spasm Muscular contraction
Stasis Level; Unchanging
Stenosis Narrowed; Blocked
Stomy Permanent opening
Tome Instrument for cutting
Tomy Incision
Tripsy Crushing
Cele Protrusion, hernia
Centesis Surgical puncture
Cyte Cell
Desis Surgical binding
Dynia, Algia Pain
Ectasis, Ectasia Expansion, dialation
Ectomy Surgical removal
Edema Excessive fluid in intracellular tissues
Emesis Vomitting
Emia Blood
Genic Origin, producing
Gram Written or pictorial record
Graph Device for graphic or pictorial recording
Graphy Act of graphic or pictorial recording
Ian, Iatrist, Ist, Logist, Logy, Ics, Iatry, Iatrics Specialty of, study of, practice of
Iasis Converts suffix to a noun indication a condition
Ism A condition of; a process; or a state of
Itis Inflammation
Lith Stone, calculus, calcification
Lysis Disintegration
Malacia Softening
Megaly Enlargement
Meter Device for Measuring
Oid Like
Oma Tumor
Opsy Visual Examination
Osis Abnormal condition
Pathy Disease
Penia Reduction of size or quantity
Pexy Surgical fixation
Kinesia Movement
Physis To grow
Paresis Partial or incomplete paralysis; Weakness/loss of movement
Mania "Morbid attraction to" or "impulse toward"
Mnesia Memory
Oid Like
Phasia Speech
Ectasis Dilation
Emia Blood
Created by: amb5683