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MOCT (roots 5)

MOCT roots

QuestionAnswer
meningo meninges (membranes around the brain and spinal cord)
myelo spinal cord; bone marrow
necro death (of cells)
radio x-rays
salpingo fallopian (uterine) tube
septico pertaining to infection
uro urine or urea (waste material); urinary tract
vasculo blood vessel
axillo armpit
hystero uterus
chemo drug; also chemical
inguino groin
chrono time
ischio to hold back
cryo cold
meno menses (menstruation); month
pilo hair
phako lens of the eye
tricho hair
unguo nail
vesico urinary bladder
pyelo renal pelvis
myringo eardrum
tympano eardrum
oculo eye
onycho nail
ophthalmo eye
cathetero something inserted
cortico cortex; outer layer
corporo body
Created by: magda_k