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Vet Prefix/suffix

terms

TermDefinition
-Emia Blood condition.
ectomy to surgically remove
de down, from
dys difficulty
brady abnormally slow
A, An without, lack of, not
cyte cell
hyper excessive, abnormally high
itis inflammation
hypo insufficient, abnormally slow
mal bad, poor
tachy abnormally fast
penia deficiency
poly many, much, multiple
logy study of
oma tumor
scope instrument for examining
tomy cutting, incision
cardi/o heart
pnea breathing
cephal/o head
denti/i dent/o teeth
Nas/o nose
ophthalm/o eye
mamma/a mamm/o mammary gland
ot/o/ ear
iso equal, same
steth/o chest
trache/o trachea
ep, epi on, upon
cyan/o blue
neo new
pan all
ur/o urinary system
thorac/o thorax
peri around
megaly abnormally large
post after
uni one
-graphy Recording of
Eu-(yoo) Normal
-natal birth
Cyan/o Blue
-spasm Involuntary contraction
-lysis destruction of
Abdomin/o Abdomen
Gingiv/o gums
hydr/o water
multi- many
-oxia oxygen
-phagia eating
Copr/o Feces
Derm/o Dermat/o skin
Enter/o Intestines
-toxin Poison
Erythr/o Red blood cell
Hepat/o Liver
Peritone/o Peritoneum
Created by: torilynn