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Chpt. 6

Chpt. 6 Suffixes

QuestionAnswer
-ac, -al, -at ,- ary, -ic, -ous pertaining to
-ant substance that promotes
-ation process; condition
-e noun suffix with no meaning
-ectomy surgical removal; excision
-emic pertaining to blood condition
-gram record; image
-graphy process of recording
-ia condition
-in, -ine chemical; chemical compound; substance
-ism process; condition
-itis inflammation
-ive substance that promotes
-lytic pertaining to breakdown or destruction
-meter measure
-or one who (or something that)takes action or does something
-osis abnormal condition
-pathy disease
-plasty surgical repair
-sclerosis hardening; thickening
-stenosis narrowing; tightening
-stomy surgical opening
-tension pressure
-tomy process of cutting; incision
-trophy condition of growth or development
-um, -us structure; tissue; thing
-version to turn
Created by: djones2003