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Urinary System

Urinary System Word Parts

TermDefinition
cyst/o bladder; sac
vesic/o bladder; sac
glomerul/o glomerulus
meat/o meatus (opening)
nephr/o kidney
ren/o kidney
pyel/o renal pelvis
ureter/o ureter
urethr/o urethra
albumino/o albumin
azot/o urea; nitrogen
blast/o developing cell; germ cell
glyc/o sugar
glycos/o sugar
hydr/o water
lith/o stone; calculus
noct/i night
olig/o scanty; few
urin/o urine; urinary tract
ur/o urine; urinary tract
-iasis condition of
-esis condition of
-lysis loosening; dissolution; separating
-ptosis drooping; sagging; prolapse
-rrhapy suturing; repairing
-tripsy surgical crushing
-trophy nourishment; development
-uria urine; urination
-emia in the blood
-cele hernia; protrusion
-lith stone
-itis inflammation
-osis abnormal condition
-oma tumor
-megaly enlargement
-iasis condition of
-ectomy excision; surgical removal
-tomy cut into; incision
-stomy creation of an artificial opening
-pexy surgical fixation; suspension
-plasty surgical repair
-al pertaining to
-gram record; radiographic image
-graphy process of recording; radiographic imaging
-scope instrument used for visual examination
-scopy visual examination
-ous pertaining to
-logist one who studies and treats
-logy study of
Created by: Kilby-YTI