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VT Suffixes

TermDefinition
-ella Small
-iatric Medical treatment
-oid Resembling
-ous Characteristic of
-plast Cell / living
-plasty Surgical repair / formation / plastic repair of
-vorous Eating
-tomy Incision / cutting
-stomy Opening
-scopy Visual examination
-opsy View of / vision
-lysis Seperation
-graphy Process of recording
-ectomy Surgical removal
-centesis Puncture and aspiration
-algia Pain
-ia Pathological condition
-itis Inflammation
-genic Producing
-id Body / particle
-ine Relating to / chemical substance
-ic Characteristic of
-osis Abnormal condition / condition of
-lepsy Seizure / attack
-rrhage Bursting forth
-sclerosis Hardening
-pnea Breathing
-rrhexis Breaking open
-rrhea Flow / discharge
-dynia Pain
-emia Blood condition
-malacia Softening
-megaly Enlargement
-oma Tumor / mass
-penia Deficiency
-pathy Disease
-plegia Paralysis
Created by: juliaportella