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WCC Medical Term


- tome instrument to cut
- tomy incision
- tripsy crushing
- edema swelling
- emesis vomiting
- emia blood condition
- itis inflammation
- malacia softening
- megaly enlargement
- oma tumor
- osis abnormal condition
- pathy disease
- penia decrease
- phagia eating/swallowing
- plasis formation/growth
- plegia paralysis
- ptosis prolapse, downward, displacement
- rrhage bursting forth
- ectomy excision
- centesis surgical puncture
- ectomy excision
- centesis surgical puncture
- stomy forming an opening
- desis binding, fixation of a bone or joint (setting)
- pexy fixation of an organ (anchoring)
- rrhaphy suture
- cele swelling
- algia pain
- clasis to break, surgical fracture
- lysis separation; destruction
- plasty surgical repair
- gram record; writing
- graph instrument for recording
- graphy process of recording
- meter intrument for measuring
- metry act of measuring
- scope instrument for examining
- scopy visual examination
- ecrasis dilation; expansion
- gen forming; producing; origin
- genesis forming; producing; origin
- iasis abnormal condition (producing something specific)
- lith stone, calculus
- plasm formation, growth
- rrhagia bursting forth
- rrhea discharge, flow
- rrhexia rupture
- sclerosis abnormal condition of Hardening
- spasm involuntary contraction, twitching
- stenosis narrowing, stricture
- toxic poison
- trophy nourishment, development
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