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Medical Terminology

brady slow
anti against, opposite of
leuk/o white
epi upon, over, above
algia condition of pain
ism condition
combining vowel O
ectomy surgical removel
eponyms terms derived from famous people
sub under, beneath, below
gastro stomach
hemi half
neo new
arthr/o joint
trans across
penia deficiency or abnormal reduction in number
stomy surgical creation
oma tumor
constructed terms terms form from individual word parts
logy study or science of
prefix word part that comes to the beginning
suffix word part that is attached to the end of a word
root provides the main meaning of the word stating
scope viewing instrument
hyper excessive, abnormally high, above
epigastric region region above the stomach
Created by: bethanyblair