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Stack #2718972

QuestionAnswer
A No,without
Dys Painful,abnormal, difficult, labored
Itis Inflammation or infection
-ectomy Excision or surgical removal
-ostomy Surgical creation of artificial opening
-otomy Surgical incision
-plasty Surgical repair
-pexy Surgical fixation
-path Disease or condition
-osis Abnormal condition or disease
-algia Pain
Poly Many,much
-rhea Abnormal flow or discharge
-rrhage Excessive flow or bleeding
-rrhaphy Surgical suturing
-rrhexis Rupture
-ologist One who studies/specialist
Hemat/o Blood
-scope Instrument used for visual examination
-scopy Visual examination
-lith Stone
-lithasis The presence of stones
-gram Record, radiographic image
-graphy Process of recording radiographic image
-oma Tumor
Hyper Above
Hypo Below
Phagia Eating
-megaly Enlargement
An/o Anus
Col/o Colon (large intestine)
Enter/o Small intestine
Esophagus/o Esophagus
Gastr/o Stomach
Or/o Mouth
Stomat/o Mouth
Rect/o Rectum
Cheil/o Lip
Cholangi/o Bile duct
Chol/e Gall, bile
Cholecyst/o Gallbladder
Diverticul/o Diverticulum
Gingiv/o Gums
Gloss/o Tongue
Hepat/o Liver
Pylor/o Pyloris (pyloric sphincter)
Lapar/o Abdomen
Sial/o Saliva
Uvul/o Uvula
-pepsia Digestion
Proct/o Rectum
Pancreat/o Pancreas
Polyp/o Polyp
-emesis Vomiting
Gerd Gastroesophageal reflux disease
Ibs Irritable bowel syndrome
Ge Gastroenteritis
Uc Ulcerative colitis
Pud Peptic ulcer disease
Bun Blood urea nitrogen
Ugi Upper gastrointestinal
N+v Nausea and vomiting
Ten/o Tendon
My/o Muscle
Kinesi/o Movement, motion
-asthenia Weakness
Synovi/o Synovial fluid,synovial membrane
Fibr/o Muscle fiber
Emg Electromyogram
Md Muscular dystrophy
Mg Myasthenia gravis
Rom Range of motion
Dtr Deep tendon reflexes
Rice Rest ice compression + elevation
Created by: Krrlawfield