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-ac, -al, -ar,-eal,-tic Pertaining to
-ad Toward, increase
-algesia Sensitivity to pain
-algia Pain
- ate Something that...
-blast Embryonic stage of development
-cele Swelling or herniation
-centesis Surgical puncture
-cide To kill, destory
-clasis Crushing or breaking up
-cyte Cell
-dynia Pain
-e,-a Noun ending
-eurasia,-ectasis Stretching or dilation
-ectomy Surgical removal
-ectomy Surgical removal
-emia Blood condition
-er One who
-esis Condition of
-gen That which generates
-genesis Generating, formation
-genic Pertaining to formation,producing
-gram Record or picture
-graph An instrument used to record
-graphy The process of recording
-iasis Presence of an abnormal condition
-ion Action,process
-ism,-osis,-ia Condition
-itis Inflammation
-lepsy Seizure, attack
-lith Stone
-lithiasis Presence or formation of stones
-lysis Destruction or detachment
-lytic Destruction
-mania A mental disorder, a "madness"
-megaly Enlargement
-meter An instrument used to measure
-metry The process of measuring
-oid Resembling
-oma Tumor
-opia, -opsia Visual condition
-opsy Process of viewing
-ory Pertaining to, or characterized by (auditory)
-pathy Disease
-penia Decrease in, deficiency
-pexy Surgical fixation
-philia Attraction to
- phobia Abnormal fear
-plasia Formation or development
-plasty Surgical repair
-plegia Paralysis
-pnea Breathing
-ptosis Drooping or prolaspe
-rrhagia Excessive flow or discharge
-rrhaphy Suturing
-rrhea Discharge, flow
-rrhexis Rupture
-scope An instrument used to view
-scopy The process of viewing with a scope
-stasis Stopping or controlling
-stomy The surgical creation of a new opening
-tion Process of
-tomy Incision into
-trispy Intentional crushing
-ula Small , little
-ule "Small one"
-uria A characteristic of urine
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