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chapter 2


aden/o gland
anter/o before, front
adip/o fat
caud/o lower part of body
cephal/o head
endo- in , within, inside
end- in, within, inside
exo- out of, outside away from
hist/o histi/o tissue
-ology the science or study of
-ologist specialist
path/o -pathy disease, suffering feeling, emotion
plas/I plas/o -plasia development, growth, formation
a- no, not, without away from, negative
poster/o behind toward the back
-stasis -static control, maintenance of a constant level
home/o sameness unchanging constant
abdomen/o abdomen
-stasis control, maintenance of a constant level
pelv/o pelvic bone, pelvic cavity hip
chondr/o cartilage
epi- above ,upon ,on
gastr/o stomach
lumb/o lower back loin
idi/o peculiar to one individual or organ also unknown
pan- all , entire, every
-ose full of pertaining to sugar
en- in, within, into
ana- up, apart excessive
-trophy development, nourishment
dys- bad, difficult painful
-crine skull
eti- cause of disease
carcin/o cancerous
dem/i people, population
-malacia abnormal softening
peritone/o peritoneum
retro- behind back word back of
physi/o nature physical
ventr/o in front abdomen side of body
dors/o back of body
-ic behind toward the back
-plasm producing forming
gen/o formative material of cells
-osis abnormal condition, disease
ili/o ilium, hip bone
-scierosis abnormal hardening
-oma tumor, neoplasm
Created by: sbhoyt



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