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aden/o (CF) gland
cyt/o (CF) cell
epitheli/o (CF) epithelium
fibr/o (CF) fiber
hist/o (CF) tissue
kary/o (CF) nucleus
lip/o (CF) fat
my/o (CF) muscle
neur/o (CF) nerve
organ/o (CF) organ
sarc/o (CF) flesh, connective tissue
system/o (CF) system
viscer/o (CF) internal organs
cancer/o (CF) cancer (a disease characterized by the unregulated, abnormal growth of new cells)
eti/o (CF) cause (of disease)
gno/o (CF) knowledge
iatr/o (CF) physician, medicine (also means treatment)
lei/o (CF) smooth
onc/o (CF) tumor, mass
path/o (CF) disease
rhabd/o (CF) rod-shaped, striated
somat/o (CF) body
chlor/o (CF) green
chrom/o (CF) color
cyan/o (CF) blue
erythr/o (CF) red
leuk/o (CF) white
melan/o (CF) black
xanth/o (Cf) yellow
dia- (P) through, complete
dys- (P) painful, abnormal, difficult, labored
hyper- (P) above, excessive
hypo- (P) below, incomplete, deficient
meta- (P) after, beyond, change
neo- (P) new
-al (S) pertaining to
-cyte (S) cell
-gen (S) substance or agent that produces or causes
-genesis (S) origin, cause
-genic (S) producing, originating, causing
-logist (S) one who studies and treats (specialist, physician)
-logy (S) study of
-oid (S) resembling
-oma (S) tumor, swelling
-osis (S) abnormal condition (means increase when used with blood cell word roots)
-pathy (S) disease
-plasia (S) condition of formation, development, growth
-plasm (S) growth, substance, formation
-sarcoma (S) malignant tumor
-sis (S) state of
-stasis (S) control, stop, standing
Ca carcinoma
chemo chemotherapy
Dx diagnosis
mets metastasis
Px prognosis
RBC red blood cell
XRT radiation therapy
WBC white blood cell
-ic (S) pertaining to
-ous (S) pertaining to
carcin/o (CF) cancer (a disease characterized by the unregulated, abnormal growth of new cells)
pro- (P) before
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