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nervous system

cerebr/o cerebrum
cephal/o head
encephal/o brain
myel/o spinal cord
mening/o meninges
meningi/o meninges
crani/o skull
neur/o nerve
psych/o mind
spin/o spine
esthes/o nerve sensation
esthesi/o nerve sensation
vascul/o blood vessel
synaps/o synapse
synapt/o synapse
syncop/o to cut off
troph/o development
hem/o blood vessel
isch/o to hold back
hemi- half
bi- two,half
hydro- water,fluid
epi- upon,on
quadri- four
mono- one,single
par-,para- both,beside
poly- many
post- after,behind
sub- below,under
-algia pain
-algesia pain,sensitivity
-ectomy to excise or cut out
-iatrist speacialist
-malacia softening
-itis inflammation
-pathy disease of
-asthenia weakness
-rrhagia,-rrhagic excessive ,forceful bleeding
-ology to study
-plasia growth or development
-tomy to make an incision in ,cut out
-trophy growth or development
-trophic growth or development
-plegia paralysis
-al,-ar,-eal,-ial--ic pertaining to
-cele hernia
-esthesia sensation
-rrhaphy to suture or stitch
-emic blood condition
CNS central nervous system
CVA cerebovascular accident
TIA transient ischemic attack
PET positron emission tomography
-central NS 1 brain 2 spinal cord
-peripheral NS 1.autonomic 2.somatic
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