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MOA-6-Chapter 2

MOA-Noun Suffixes That Mean Condition, Treatment, or Specialist

enur/esis condition of involuntary emission of urine; bedwetting
a/lopec/ia condition of loss of hair, baldness
pod/iatry treatment of diseases and disorders of the foot
obstetr/ician physician who specializes in treating the female during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum
embol/ism condition in which a blood clot obstructs a blood vessel
cardi/o/log/ist physician who specializes in the study of the heart
hyper/hidr/osis condition of excessive sweating
an/encephal/ congenital condition in which there is a lack of development of the brain
ventr/icle literally means little belly; a small cavity or chamber within a bod or organ
bronchi/ole one of the smaller subdivisions of the bronchial tubes
mac/ula small spot or discolored area of the skin
pust/ule small, elevated, circumscribed lesion on the skin that is filled with pus
Created by: suzymoa