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nervous system

things to do with the nervous

TermDefinition
anix/o anxious , uneasy
cephal/o head
cerebell/o cerebellum
cerebr/o cerebrum
crani/o skull
dur/o dura mater
encephal/o brain
esthes/o nervous sensation
gil/o glue
hydr/o water
hypn/o sleep
isch/o back; to hold back
lamin/o lamina
medull/o medulla oblongata
meining/o menginges
neur/o nerve
phas/o speech
phob/o fear
pil/o hair
pont/o pons
psych/o mind
radicul/o nerve root
schiz/o split
stomat/o mouth
synaps/o point of contact
synapt/o point of contact to join
synop/o to cut off ;cut short; faint
tax/o coordianation
tempor/o temples
thalam/o thalamus
thec/o sheath
traumat/o trauma
troph/o developement ;nourishment
venticul/o ventricul
bi two
con together
dys painful;difficult
En in; within
epi on;upon;over
hemi half
intra within;into
mono one
par;para near;beside;alongside
poly many
post after
quadri four
Created by: saiannaholloway