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Ch.5 Fluids

Suffixes

TermDefinition
-al, -ar, -ic, -ical, -tic pertaining to
-ation process; condition
-blast developing cell
-crit to seperate
-cyte cell
-e (noun suffix with no meaning)
-ectomy surgical removal; excision
-emia blood condition
-emic pertaining to blood condition
-fusion to pour; to come together
-gen substance that produces
-ia condition
-in, -ine chemical; chemical compound; substance
-itis inflammation
-logist specialist
-logy study of
-lysis break down; separation; loosening
-lytic pertaining to breakdown or destruction
-megaly enlargment
-oma tumor; mass
-osis abnormal conditions
-penia deficiency
-phage eat; swallow
-pheresis removal
-phil, -philia love; attraction for
-phoresis transmission; carrying
-plasm formation; structure
-plastic pertaining to formation
-plasty surgical repair
-poiesis formation
-rrhage rupture; bursting forth (of blood)
-sis state; condition
-stasis stoppage of flow
-suppression to stop
-therapy treatment
-tomy process of cutting; incision
-globulin protien