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OHS Anatomy: Suffix

OHS Anatomy suffixes

Able to -Able
Pain -Algia
Tumor, Swelling -Cele
Surgical puncture to remove fluid -Centesis
Killing, Destructive -Cide
Little -Cule
Cell -Cyte
Dilating, Strechting -Ectasia
Exsision -Ectomy
Blood -Emia
Action -Esis
Shape like -Form
Origin, Formation -Genesis, -Genetic
Tracing, Mark -Gram
Writing -Graph
Condition -ism
Inflammation -itis
To Treat -ize
Stone, Calculus -Lith
Presence of stones -Lithiasis
Disintegration -Lysis
Enlargement -Megaly
Instrument of measurement -Meter
Likeness, Resemblance -oid
Tumor -Oma
Disease of -Opathy
Surgical Repair -Orrhaphy
Disease, Condition of -Osis
To form an opening or outlet -Ostomy
To Incise -Otomy
Fixation -Pexy
Ingestion -Phage
Fear -Phobia
Plastic Surgery -Plasty
Paralysis -Plegia
To Burst Forth -Rhage
Excessive Discharge -Rhea
Rupture -Rhexis
To Visually Examine -Scopy
To Form an Opening -Stomy
To Incise Into -Tomy
Urine -Uria
Ferment -Zyme
Created by: ThelatinStudent