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Medical Terminology

chapter 4

cutane/o, dermat/o skin
trich/o hair
bas/o base
melan/o black, dark
kerat/o hard, horny
vascul/o vessel
squam/o scaly
myc/o fungus
onych/o nail
-y condition or process
-rrheic pertaining to discharge
-osis abnormal condition
-oma tumor, mass or swelling
-ous pertaining to
ec- out, outside, out of
tel/e- distant, far
a- no, not or without
par- near, beside
auto- self, own
Bx biopsy
Hx history
Ung oinment
subcutaneous under the skin
dermatitis inflammation of the skin
hypertrichosis abnormal condition of hair growth
basal cell carcinoma most common type of skin cancer
keratinous cyst hard cyst
squamous cell carcinoma second most common type of skin cancer
onychomycosis nail fungus
melonoma most deadly type of skin cancer
Created by: angfli