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nervous system

wood parts and nerves and problems with nerves

anxi/0 anxious; uneasy
cephal/o head
cerebell/o cerebellum
cerebr/o cerebrum
crani/o skull
dur/o dura mater
encenphal/o brain
esthes/o; esthesi/o nervous sensation
gil/o glue
hydr/o water
hypn/o sleep
isch/o back; to hold back
lamin/o lamina( thin plate or layer; arch )
lex/o word
medull/o medulla oblongata
mening/o; meningi/o meninges
neur/o nerve
phas/o speech
phob/o fear
phren/o mind
pol/o extreme
poli/o gray vmaatter
pont/o pons
psych/o mind
radicul/o nerve root
schiz/o split
somat/o body
synaps/o: synapt/o point of contact; to join
syncop/o to cut off; cut short; faint
tax/o coordination: order
tempor/o the temples
thalam/o thalamus
thec/o sheath ( meninges )
traumat/o trauma: injury; wound
troph/o development; nourishment
ventricul//o ventricle
bi- two: both
con- together: with
dys- painful; difficult
en- in: within
epi- on; over; upon
hemi- half
intra- within; into
mono- one: single
par-, para- near: beside: alongside: beyond: abnormal
poly- many; much
post- after: behind
quadri- four
sub- below: under
-al. -ar. -eal, ial, -ic, -tic pertaining to
- algesia pain; sensitivity
-algia pain
-asthenia weakness
-cele hernia; swelling: protrusion
-e ( nous suffix with no meaning )
-emic pertaining to blood condition
-esthesia feeling: sensation
- ia condition
- ion process; state; condition
-lepsy seizure
-leptic to seize; take hold of
-lysis breakdown; separation; loosening
-lytic pertaining to breakdown or destruction
-orexia appetite
-osis abnormal condition
-paresis incomplete or partial paralysis
-phasia speech
-plegia paralysis
-rrhagic pertaining to bursting forth ( of blood )
-rrhaphy suture
-sclerosis hardening; thickening
-taxia muscle coordination
-tropic turning
-um. -us structure; tissue; thing
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