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MT 4 Quiz

Oral Quiz 7-8

RootMeaning of the rootTerm
ophthalmology ophthalm-: eye -ology: the study or science of
nephrosis nephr-: kidney -osis: condition, abnormal condition
myocardium my-: muscle cardi-: heart -um: suffix identifying singular nouns
myelosarcoma myel-: spinal cord, bone marrow -sarcoma: malignant tumor from connective tissue
metrorrhexis metr-: uterus, womb -rrhexis: rupture
meningitis mening-: membranes -itis: inflammation
lithoscope lith-: stone, calcification -scope: An instrument for viewing or observing
lipectomy lip-: fat, lipid -ectomy: removal, excision
leukemia leuk-: white -emia: condition of the blood, blood
iliofemoral ili-: ilium femoral: Of, relating to, or located in the thigh or femur
ileostomy ile-: ileum -stomy: artificial or surgical opening
hysterectomy hyster-: uterus -ectomy: removal, excision
hepatitis hepat-: liver -itis: inflammation
hematoma hem-/hemat-: blood -oma: tumor, neoplasm
glycosuria glycos-/glyc-: glucose, sugar -uria: The condition of having a specified substance in the urine
gastrectasis gastr-: stomach -ectasis: expansion, dilation
enteritis enter-: intestine, small intestine -itis: inflammation
encephalopathy encephal-: brain -pathy: disease, anomaly
encephalitis encephal-: brain -itis: inflammation
dermal derm-/derma-/dermat-: skin
dermatitis derm-/derma-/dermat-: skin -itis: inflammation
dactylomegaly dactyl-: fingers, toes -megaly: enlargement
dactylogram dactyl-: fingers, toes -gram: written or drawn; a record
dacryocyst dacry-: tears -cyst: sac of fluid, cyst, urinary bladder
dacryocele dacry-: tears -cele: hernia, tumor, protrusion
cytoplasm cyt-: cell -plasm: Material forming cells or tissue
Created by: Priscilla0
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