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a, an Without, lack of, not
ad toward
ana up, toward, apart
cardi heart
dextr/o right
dorsi/o back
endo within, inner
eu normal, good, well, healthy
genesis development, orgin
im, in in ,into, within, not
intro into, within
latero side
limb edge, border
micr/o small
per through, excessive
pleur/o side, rib
post after, behind
pseudo false
sinistr/o left
sub beneath, below
thorac chest
ab away from
ampi, ambi, ampho both
ante before, infront of, foward
co, com, con With together
coron crown
dis apart from, free from
acetabal Vinegar Cup
Burs Pouch, Purse
carp/o area responding to the human wrist
chondro,chondr/io,chondr/i cartilage
clav Key
corax raven/ crow
e, ex,ex out of, away from
epi upon, on , over, above
extra outside of, beyond
hist/o tissue
infra below
ipsi same
lev/o left
medi middle
mult/i many
pan all, entire
pariet wall
pelv basin
peri around, enclosing
poly many
pro before,in front
sagitt arrow
somat/o, samatic/o body
supra above,beyond
ventr/l,ventr/o belly, underside of a quadruped
cranio skull
dactyl/o digit or toe
Epicondyle a projection found superior to a condyle
foramen large, naturally occuring hole completely through a bone
Fossa Shallow, elongated depression in bone
ilio ilium, or flank
Meatus Canal like passageway, naturally occurring canal within the bone
myelo bone marrow or spinal cord
occipit/o back of the head
os,osteo,oss,/eo,oss/l bone
Process a prominence or project as from the bone
scaph anything hollow,bowl, ship
spine narrow, slender or thin process of bone
stern/o breast,chest
supra/super above,superior,excess
tars/o flat surface, can refer to the area corresponding to the human ankle, or the edge of the eyelid
trophy development
tubercle small, rounded project from the bone, bumps
ula,cula,ulum,culum,cle small or little
ante in front of
brachi/o arm or upper forearm
capit/o head
cervico neck
circum, circle around, about
condyle a round, smooth knob that allows the moment of a joint
costo rib
crest narrow ridge of bone; Prominence ridge on a bone, often anterior
dia between, through, apart, across, completely
facet flat to slightly concave or convex surface that articulates with other bones
fore in front of, previous, earlier
fovea tiny pit
infra beneath, below
meta change, beyond, after
nas/o nose
oid like or resembling
phalanx a line or array of soldiers
Ramus 2 angles joining together; when a bone is in shape of letter L
Sinus a cavity found within the bone
spondylo spinal column or vertebra
sub under or beneath
sym/syn together with
trochanter Large bump: only two of them on the femur
tuber lump or swellng
tuberosity knoblike rough projection of bone, larger than tubercle
Abduction Movement away from the mid line
adduction Movement toward the mid line
Arthro joint
circumduction conical movement of a body part one end is stationary while the other moves in a circle
depression movement in an inferior direction
dorsiflexion decreases the angle between the dorsum of the foot and leg
Elevation movement in a superior direction
Eversion movements that tilt the sole of the foot away from the mid line of the body
External (Rotation) Rotation away from the center of the body
Extension Increases the angle between 2 body parts
Flexion Decreases the angle between two body parts
Internal (Rotation) Rotation towards the axis of the body
Iversion Movements that tilt the sole of the foot toward the midline of body
Lateral Rotation Rotation away from the center of the body
Medial Rotation Rotation towards the axis of the body
occlusion Motion towards of the mandible towards the maxilla making contact between the teeth
opposition Movement that involves grasping of the thumb and fingers
palmerflexion Decreasing the angle between the palm and the anterior forearm
Plantarflexion Decreases the angle between the sole of the foot and the back of the leg
Pronate Rotational movement where the hand and upper arm are turned inwards or the sole turns outward
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